For small restorations on front teeth, composite resin is a marvellous option.
What is composite resin?
Used in a large number of consumer products, the composite is a polymer consisting of plastic particles. This dental restorative material is found in different forms and formats:
The white filling is a composite resin that contains monomers (urethane dimethacrylate) and minerals (glass, quartz, silica, pyrogen). This is a type of plastic that dentists use to fill tooth cavities. It is cured (hardened) with blue light.
Benefits of composite resin restorations
Disadvantages of composite resins
How to find the right dentist?
Asepsis, the fight against germs at the dentist’s
Cavities (Tooth Decay)
Oral Hygiene and Prevention
Dental Amalgam Fillings
Permanent Dentition (Adult Teeth)
HALITOSIS (BAD BREATH)
Root Canal Treatment
Composite Resin Restoration (White Filling)