They are tooth-colored fillings, also known as white fillings. They are made of composite resin-based material. They are placed in the tooth when the dough consistency and brought to a hard consistency with halogen or led light source. They are chemically bound to the tooth. The presence of a well-made composite sealant is difficult to distinguish.
RESISTANCE IN COMPOSITE FILLING
With the developing technology, the content of the composite fillings that we use is reinforced. After the decay is removed, it is chemically bonded to the remaining tooth tissue, making the tooth more resistant to fractures.
HOW LONG IS THE LIFE OF THE COMPOSITE FILL?
Depending on the selected material, application sensitivity, oral hygiene and feeding habits of the patient, it may vary between 10-15 years and sometimes longer.