At some point in our lives, many of us will require dental restorations to repair a broken or decayed tooth.
When it comes to restoring teeth, we utilise a material called composite resin.
This tooth-coloured material is available in a variety of shades, allowing us to carefully match your tooth colour and create a natural-looking result. Composite resin offers several advantages, including durability, strength, and aesthetics.
Our dentists are committed to utilising the most updated methods and materials for dental restorations. We stay up to date with the latest advancements in dentistry to ensure that we provide you with the highest quality of care and deliver optimal results.
When performing dental restorations, our providers prioritise a conservative approach. We aim to preserve as much natural tooth structure as possible while effectively addressing the issue at hand. By taking a conservative approach, we can maintain the integrity of your tooth, promote its longevity, and minimize the need for more extensive treatments in the future.
Dental restorations with composite resin provide a cost-effective solution for addressing broken or decayed teeth. Not only do they restore the appearance and functionality of your tooth, but they also promote oral health and prevent further damage or decay.
Our skilled team is dedicated to delivering exceptional care, utilising the most advanced techniques and materials to preserve your natural tooth structure and create healthy, beautiful smiles.
At Lifetime Dental Care, we offer fissure sealants, a fantastic solution for our younger patients. Fissure sealants are tooth-coloured protective coatings that are applied to the teeth to prevent tooth decay in hard-to-reach areas.
Fissure sealants are thin, protective coatings that are placed on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth, specifically on the pits and grooves. These pits and grooves can be too deep for toothbrush bristles to reach, making them prone to food particles and bacteria build-up, leading to tooth decay. Fissure sealants act as a barrier, sealing off these vulnerable areas and protecting the teeth from decay.