Teeth Filling

Dental fillings and composite restorations are essential procedures in modern dentistry aimed at restoring the function and aesthetics of teeth affected by decay, damage, or wear.

  • Cervical Abrasions
  • Dental decay or Cavities
  • Fractured Tooth
  • Old failed restoration

Dental fillings and composite restorations play a crucial role in maintaining oral health and restoring the function and appearance of damaged teeth. With advancements in materials and techniques, composite restorations have become the preferred choice for many patients and dentists due to their esthetic appeal, versatility, and conservative nature. By understanding the options available, patients can make informed decisions about their dental care to achieve optimal outcomes.

Interdental black triangles, also known as black triangles or open gingival embrasures, are triangular spaces that form between adjacent teeth near the gumline. These spaces can occur when there is a loss of gum tissue or bone support between the teeth, resulting in a visible gap that appears black or dark due to the shadowing effect.

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