Restore your smile with durable, aesthetic fillings at Gramercy Dental Suite. Our tooth-colored composite fillings provide a natural-looking solution to tooth decay. During the process, our dental professionals remove the decayed portion of the tooth, clean the area thoroughly, and place the filling material, shaping it to match your natural tooth.

The Process:

Restore your tooth’s strength and appearance with custom dental crowns at Gramercy Dental Suite. Our experienced team utilizes advanced technology like 3D imaging and scanners to create crowns that seamlessly blend with your natural smile. The process involves preparing the affected tooth, taking detailed digital impressions, and placing a temporary crown while your custom one is being made.

Decay Removal: Our dental team will carefully remove the decayed portion of the tooth, ensuring that only healthy tooth structure remains.

Cleaning: The area is thoroughly cleaned to remove any debris and bacteria, preparing it for the filling material.

Filling Placement: We place the tooth-colored composite filling material in layers, carefully shaping and sculpting it to match the natural contours of your tooth.

Curing: A special light is used to harden and cure the filling material, ensuring a strong and durable restoration.

Final Adjustments: Any necessary adjustments are made to ensure a comfortable bite and proper alignment with adjacent teeth.

We offer tooth-colored composite fillings at Gramercy Dental Suite. These fillings blend seamlessly with your natural teeth, providing both durability and aesthetics.

The time required for a dental filling depends on the size and location of the cavity, as well as the type of filling material used. Generally, a dental filling procedure takes about 30 – 90 minutes.

After getting a dental filling, maintain good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing regularly. Avoid chewing on hard objects or ice, as it may damage the filling. Attend regular dental check-ups and cleanings to ensure the longevity of your filling and monitor your overall oral health.