Get the Smile You Deserve with QDT Dental Fillings

Quality Dental Care with our Trusted Team

QDT Dental Fillings

At QDT Dental, we offer high quality dental fillings that can restore your smile and help you achieve the look you want. Our team of experienced dentists will work with you to determine the best option for your needs and provide you with the highest quality of care. We have a range of dental fillings to choose from, all designed to help restore your oral health and give you the smile you deserve.

Detailed Care and Attention

When it comes to dental fillings, we understand that everyone’s needs are different. Our team of experienced dentists will take the time to get to know you and your needs, so that we can provide you with the best care possible. We will provide a detailed assessment of your oral health and work with you to create a tailored plan that meets your needs.

Long Lasting Results

At QDT Dental, our team is committed to providing you with long lasting results. Our dental fillings are designed to last for years, giving you peace of mind that your smile is in good hands. We use only the highest quality materials and techniques to ensure that your dental fillings are strong and durable, so that you can enjoy your results for years to come.
When a tooth is damaged by decay or trauma a filling is placed to restore it. When a tooth requires a filling, the dentist modifies the shape of the tooth by removing the dental decay. The affected area is then cleaned and refilled with a type of filling material. This bonded material helps to restore the tooth back to its original shape and function.Your dentist will work with you to determine which of the many varieties of filling material is best for you. Many factors determine what should be used such as extent of repair, location or cost. We will elaborate on each filling materials below:
  • Composite resins come in many color variations therefore it is possible to create a natural appearance by matching the shade to your natural teeth. These “tooth colored” fillings are less noticeable than other materials, but may chip or wear over time. Every 3-10 years they need to be replaced, because they often become stained from coffee, tea or tobacco etc…
  • Porcelain fillings are typically called inlays or onlays and are made in the lab specifically to bond to your tooth. They can also be matched to your natural tooth color, and the porcelain is more resistant to staining. This particular restoration covers most of the tooth, which makes the filling nearly undetectable. Porcelain fillings generally cost the same as gold fillings.
If a large portion of the tooth is damaged by decay or fracture then a filling may not be the best restoration and a crown may be indicated.