Tooth Filling & Bonding for a Healthy, Attractive Smile

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Tooth-Coloured (White) Fillings

Tooth-coloured fillings were first introduced to the North American public in the mid-1960s. Since then, tooth-coloured filling materials have undergone continual improvements in durability, esthetics and material handling.


Composite Resin Filling

The most versatile and widely used tooth coloured filling today is composite resin filling. A composite is a material in which filler particles are encased in and bound together by a hard matrix material. For composite resin fillings, a fluid matrix of an acrylic, called BIS-GMA, is hardened around glass filler particles to form composite resin.


Your Tooth Looks Completely Natural!

Tooth-coloured fillings are dental fillings that restore and mimic the natural appearance of tooth structure. In addition to restoring teeth that have fractured or decayed, tooth-coloured fillings may also be used cosmetically to change the size, colour and shape of teeth. This quality is particularly useful in closing gaps between teeth; repairing chipped teeth and making teeth appear to be more straight or even.


Tooth Bonding

Bonding is achieved using the tooth-coloured composite resin filling material usually used to repair cavities. This procedure is ideal for improving the look of chipped, worn, or slightly crooked front teeth.


Bonded teeth are a conservative and effective way to improve your smile. They do need occasional repair or re-polishing, and the color stability varies greatly, depending on individual’s habits (tea drinking, smoking, etc.). Call Dr. Allan J. Petrisor today to ask about composite fillings or bonding.


Take a look at the before and after pictures!

Tooth Bonding

new smile

Bonding is achieved using the tooth coloured composite resin filling material usually used to repair cavities. This procedure is ideal for improving the look of chipped, worn, or slightly crooked front teeth.



Bonded teeth are a conservative and effective way to improve your smile. They do need occasional repair or repolishing and the color stability varies greatly depending on individual habits (tea drinking, smoking, etc...).


Take a look at the before and after picture!

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