Composite restorations are used on anterior and posterior (front and back) teeth. They are made of a mixture of acrylic materials and resin plastics.
The advantage of the restoration is that they match the tooth colour and are aesthetically pleasing. They are also capable of bonding directly to the tooth structure, reducing the amount of enamel reduction and the possibility of leakage.
The composite resin material changes from a plastic state to a hardened restoration under a high intensity fiber-optic light (not ultra-violet). This process is called photopolymerisation.
The size of the restoration determines the length of time needed for the appointment.
Your tooth will be restored to its original function with an aesthetically pleasing result.