01638 662295

01638 662295

Welcome to Dentata Charta... The family dentistry centre...
Welcome to Dentata Charta... The family dentistry centre...
Welcome to Dentata Charta... The family dentistry centre...
Welcome to Dentata Charta... The family dentistry centre...

General Dentistry

Treatments - White Fillings

Private treatment fees from £95.00

A simple treatment carried out under local anaesthetic if required. The material will be a composite material matching as close as possible to your tooth shade. Deep composite fillings may be sensitive for a few days after treatment however this should ease.

Why should I consider white fillings?
Most people have fillings of one sort or another in their mouths.

Nowadays fillings can be natural looking, as well as doing the job they're meant to do. Many people don't want silver fillings that show when they laugh or smile because they are more conscious about the way they look.

Are white fillings expensive?
Because many white fillings are classed as a 'cosmetic' treatment, you can only have them done privately. So costs can vary quite a lot from dentist to dentist. Costs usually depend on the size and type of white filling used, and the time it takes to carry out the treatment. Costs may also vary from region to region, but your dentist will be able to give you an idea of the cost before you agree to treatment.

Are they as good as silver amalgam fillings?
White fillings have always been considered less long lasting than silver amalgam fillings. But there are now new materials that are almost as good as silver amalgam, and these are proving to be very successful. How long a white filling lasts can depend a lot on where it is in your mouth and how heavily your teeth come together when you bite. Your dentist can tell you about how long your fillings should last.

Is it worth replacing my amalgam fillings with white ones?
It is usually best to change fillings only when your dentist decides that an old filling needs replacing. When this happens you can ask to have it replaced with a tooth-coloured filling.

Some dentists prefer not to put white fillings in back teeth as they are not always successful. One way around this would be to use crowns or inlays, but this can mean removing more of the tooth and can be more expensive.

All of our dentists are trained to help patients with Dental phobia.