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Amalgam Fillings

Amalgam fillings (also known as silver fillings) have been used for many years and are considered strong, durable, and not sensitive to saliva contamination compared to other materials. However, many patients do not choose to use amalgam fillings because of their silver color.

Composite Fillings

Composite fillings (also known as white fillings) are made of a glass or quartz filler within a resin medium that produces a tooth-colored material. Composites are often used in small to mid-size restorations, as they provide strength, durability and resistance to fracture.

Pulpotomy (baby root canal treatment)

The dental pulp is the soft tissue found inside the tooth containing nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue that provide nutrients to the tooth as it grows. When the soft tissue in the pulp chamber is infected (has bacteria in it) or affected (is inflamed), it can be removed under local anaesthetic. A pulpotomy removes the diseased pulp tissue within the crown portion of the tooth. Next, an agent is placed to prevent bacterial growth and to calm the remaining nerve tissue. This is followed by a final restoration (usually a stainless steel crown).

Stainless Steel Crown/White Crown

A dental crown is a restoration that covers or caps a tooth, preserving the tooth structure, withstanding biting and chewing forces well, and protecting it from further cracking or breakage.