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As an alternative to the usual silver/mercury fillings, we offer tooth-colored fillings for a more natural look. Porcelain inlays and composite resins create fillings that are not only more attractive, but also add strength to the weakened teeth. These restorations are also quite durable and long-lasting thanks to improved bonding technologies.

Case Studies


I got my fillings from ADC around two years back. They still work without fail.
- Emma Clint
Expert care, attentive dentists and friendly staff- ADC has made my life easier through their dental restoration treatment and excellent services.
- Damion Foster

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why Should I Consider White Fillings?

Aside from its functionality, many people consider aesthetic reasons when it comes to their dental treatment. Hence, the white filling has become popular since it is more natural-looking than the silver fillings.

Are White Fillings As Good As Silver Amalgam Fillings?

White fillings have always been considered less long lasting than silver amalgam fillings. But now, there are new materials available with properties comparable to silver amalgam, which are proving to be very successful. The life expectancy of a white filling can depend greatly on where it is placed in your mouth and how heavily your teeth come together when you bite. You can ask your dentist to explain about the life expectancy of your fillings.

Is It Worth Replacing My Amalgam Fillings With White Ones?

It is usually best to change fillings only when your dentist advises you to. If such a situation arises, you can ask to have it replaced with the tooth-colored material.

White fillings are not always appropriate for teeth with large cavities. An alternative would be to place porcelain restorations such as inlays or crowns.