Fillings

When we consume sweet foods or beverages, the permanent bacteria (or plaque) that live in our mouths produce an acidic substance. Regularly brushing and flossing our teeth and gums are vital for the maintenance of our oral health, but this acid can eventually corrode our teeth and cause toothache and decaying such as holes or cavities.

Although enamel is the strongest substance in the human body, unfortunately this decay is not irreversible. In order to repair the tooth, a substitute for the enamel in the form of a dental filling is required.

At no.8 Clinic Shannon St we offer quick and effective white fillings with minimal discomfort. Please contact no.8 Clinic Shannon St now to book your appointment.

Click on the videos below to view our patient friendly animations

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Fractured Cusp

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Amalgam replacement with white fillings

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What happens when you neglect to get your teeth checked

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White tip replacement for a broken tooth