For quite some time, cavities were filled with silver or mercury amalgams; materials which not only required a great amount of the original tooth structure to be removed, but were also unaesthetic and caused the tooth to weaken over time. Today, cavities are preferably filled with tooth-coloured materials such as composite resins (plastic) or porcelain, allowing minimal tooth structure removal, as well as adding strength, longevity, and a confident, aesthetic look.

Paddington Surgery

Unit 1, 238 Oxford Street Paddington, NSW 2021

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02 9387 1414

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Regents Park Surgery

22C Amy Street, Regents Park NSW 2143

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02 9645 4368

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