Washington Court House composite fillings
Composite resins, or “tooth-colored fillings,” provide durability and resistance to fracture in small- to mid-size fillings that need to withstand moderate pressure from the constant stress of chewing. They can be used on either front or back teeth and are completely safe. We only use high quality composite materials and believe they are superior to amalgam fillings. Our Washington Court House dental office is 100% mercury free.
Advantages of composite fillings
- They are safe and contain no mercury.
- They are strong and can be used in any tooth.
- They are attractive, with many shades of white to match your smile.
- Composite material bonds to the tooth surface better than metal amalgam.
- Patients report reduced sensitivity compared to amalgam fillings.
Washington Court House White Composite Fillings
Dr. Wotring and his team provides white composite fillings at our Washington Court House dental practice. White composite fillings are a great way to seal a crack or cavity in your tooth and because of durability and contour-ability, white composite fillings can be used to shape a tooth for a natural look. Unlike other filling materials, composite fillings can be closely matched to the color of your existing teeth to provide a more natural look. Dr. Wotring and his team can also examine your existing fillings to make sure they aren't leaking, which can lead to cavities.
We are a full-service dental practice, located in Washington Court House, just south of downtown. Our office is located on Highland Avenue and offers plenty of parking on either side of the building, including handicap accessible spots with easy access to the entrance. Our dental practice in Washington Court House provides white composite fillings as part of our general and restorative dentistry, serving patients in Fayette County and the surrounding areas of Jeffersonville, Jeffersonville, Mt. Sterling, Port William, Good Hope, Bloomingburg and Octa suburbs.