Children's dental fillings

Discover our pediatric dental fillings for strong, healthy smiles

  • Our dental fillings for children provide durable and protective solutions for cavity treatment.
  • Our pediatric dentistry ensures a comfortable experience during filling procedures.
  • Restore your child’s oral health with our specialized dental fillings.
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Indications for children's dental fillings

  • Dental fillings are typically recommended for children with cavities.
  • Fillings are recommended for children experiencing tooth sensitivity, especially to hot or cold foods and drinks.
  • If a child has visible signs of tooth damage such as chips, cracks, or fractures.
  • In some cases, dental fillings may be recommended as a preventive measure for children at high risk of developing cavities.

This is not a complete list of indications. More readings in the FAQ section

You should keep in mind that the decision to use fillings for children is made by the dentist after consultation and examination.

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Children’s dental fillings are a common dental treatment aimed at restoring decayed or damaged teeth in pediatric patients. These fillings, often made from composite resin or amalgam materials, help to rebuild the tooth structure, prevent further decay, and restore normal tooth function. Dental fillings for children are typically recommended by dentists after thorough examination and assessment of the child’s oral health. The procedure involves removing the decayed portion of the tooth, cleaning the affected area, and filling it with the appropriate material to restore its shape and function.

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Tooth-colored fillings for children are dental fillings made from materials that closely match the natural color of the teeth, such as composite resin or porcelain.

The color of a permanent filling in a tooth can vary depending on the material used and the shade selected by the dentist to match the natural color of the child’s teeth.

The cost of tooth-colored fillings for children at VieClinic depends on factors such as the size of the filling and the material used. Please contact our clinic for pricing information.

Materials commonly used for tooth-colored fillings include composite resin and porcelain, both of which can be matched to the natural color of the child’s teeth.

Yes, there are different types of tooth-colored fillings available, including composite fillings and porcelain fillings, each with its own advantages and suitability for different situations.

Composite fillings are tooth-colored fillings made from a mixture of resin and glass or ceramic particles. They are durable and can be closely matched to the natural color of the teeth.

Amalgam fillings, also known as silver fillings, are made from a mixture of metals including silver, tin, copper, and mercury. They are typically silver in color and are less commonly used for children’s teeth due to aesthetic concerns.

Tooth-colored fillings are often considered the best option for children as they provide a natural appearance and can effectively restore the function of the tooth while minimizing the risk of dental decay.

Yes, VieClinic has a privacy policy in place to protect the confidentiality of children’s dental treatments and information.

In some cases, children may have input into the color of their fillings, especially with tooth-colored options like composite resin. However, the final decision is typically made by the dentist to ensure the best aesthetic result and functionality.

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