Why settle for unsightly metal fillings when you can have custom-matched, tooth-colored white fillings from an experienced Mexico dentist. Today, modern, tooth-colored fillings — or white fillings — made of durable resin or porcelain can be bonded to your teeth for a stronger, more natural-looking effect.
It will also blend in much better with any tooth whitening services you may have received. Each dentist in our dental office in Mexico is a master at matching the exact filling shade to your individual tooth color. These revolutionary white tooth fillings are virtually undetectable and are easy to apply. When you open your mouth, all anyone will see is your white, bright teeth.
COMPOSITE WHITE FILLINGS.
Dental composite bonding is a popular choice for fillings because the material can match the shade, translucency and even the texture of your own natural teeth and provides a much better result than old amalgam/silver fillings, which can be unsightly when you smile. Cosmetic dentists often replace old metal fillings with tooth-colored composite.
CAN BONDING BE USED FOR ALL CAVITIES?
Bonding is not suitable if you have large cavities in your teeth, as the material does not have a strong structure over large areas. Bonding is ideal for small fillings that are not exposed to great forces.
REPLACING OLD FILLINGS THAT DISCOLOR TEETH
Amalgams can discolor teeth because they tend to allow moisture to leak in, which turns the tooth even darker. Also, amalgam expends as it sets, and unfortunately, this expension never stops. Over time, because of this continual expansion especially large fillings may cause teeth to crack: the larger the filling, the more it will expand and the greater the chance the tooth will crack.
WHY DON’T USE AMALGAMS?
Amalgam dental fillings are made of a combination of metals including silver, tin, copper and mercury. The advantage of using amalgam is that it’s extremely durable and able to withstand the grinding and chewing of the molar teeth over long periods of time. Here are a few facts about mercury amalgam fillings:
Causes Damage to Brain in Children In February, 1998, a group of the world’s top mercury researchers announced that mercury from amalgam fillings can permanently damage the brain, kidneys, and immune system of children.
Amalgam Fillings Linked to Neurological Problems, Gastrointestinal Problems The first large-scale epidemiological study of mercury and adverse reactions was recently completed and showed that of the symptoms looked at, there was a link seen to gastrointestinal problems, sleep disturbances, concentration problems, memory disturbances, lack of initiative, restlessness, bleeding gums and other mouth disorders.
HOW MUCH DO DENTAL FILLINGS COST?
The cost of a dental filling will vary greatly, depending the type of filling (quality) and surface-to-fill. A composite resin fillings is range from $150 to $300 for a single surface white in USA. Your dentist in Naco, we offer dental work in Mexico using high quality resin between $ 70 to $ 150.