Tooth restorations (fillings) are used to replace natural tooth structure when a small section of a tooth is lost or becomes unhealthy due to caries (decay), tooth wear or breakages.
Dentistry on Unley uses tooth coloured filling materials (composite resin) which are designed to look more natural as well as being strong and durable.
Unlike amalgam (silver) restorations, tooth coloured filling materials bond to the natural tooth structure and can prevent cracks and splits from increasing.
Tooth coloured filling materials can also be used on your front teeth to match your existing tooth shade and be unnoticeable.
Our highly skilled, experienced dentists have undertaken further training by some of the worlds leading experts in the field of tooth coloured restorations. We will only use the best materials and most current, proven techniques and will take the time to make sure you are completely satisfied with the result.
Our Adelaide based practice hosts a wide range of skilled staff and modern technologies to ensure you receive professional services from start to finish. Throughout any appointment our caring dental team will make sure you are most relaxed and comfortable, to ensure you receive the best dental treatment possible. Your treatment options will be openly and honestly discussed, with your individual needs and desires of utmost importance. A comprehensive treatment plan, including all fees, will be presented before starting any treatment.
Please visit our Photo Gallery for examples of what can be achieved with our tooth coloured restoration services.
Our practice provides comfortable, modern surroundings for your dental visit.
We have incorporated some of the newest technology in dental care including CEREC ceramic dentistry, laser and air-abrasion dentistry, digital radiography (x-rays), OPGs (full mouth x-rays), intra-oral cameras and Zoom in-chair whitening.
We are currently focusing on becoming a more sustainable and ecologically friendly practice. As a part of this we have elected a Green committee to act as leaders in going green. Some of the initiatives in place so far include: