White Fillings

Tooth coloured fillings that blend seamlessly with the natural colour of teeth

White Fillings

White fillings at Huntly Dental Practice Aberdeenshire

White fillings, also known as composite fillings, are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to traditional silver amalgam fillings. Not only do white fillings blend seamlessly with the natural colour of teeth, but they are also mercury-free and require less removal of healthy tooth structure. Moreover, white fillings are more durable than ever before and can last for many years with proper care. With these advantages, it’s no wonder that more individuals are choosing white fillings to improve the appearance and health of their teeth.

Here at Huntly dental practice we offer affordable and quality white (composite resin) fillings that help you keep smiling with confidence. While white fillings are available on the NHS for anterior teeth, however, they are not available under the NHS on premolar and molar teeth with the private cost of these fillings ranging from £68* to £98*, depending on the size of the filling you require. The cost is always discussed with you before the treatment begins and you also receive a written treatment plan with an estimate. There are no surprises.

*based on rates as of April 2023 and may be subject to change without notice. For the most up-to-date pricing information, please refer to the fees section of our website.

Affordable, Quality and Lasting White Fillings

White filling materials available today are long lasting and are comparable with amalgam fillings. The life expectancy of the filling depends on where it is in your mouth and how heavily you bite together. Your dentist can advise you on how long your fillings should last.

White fillings make your teeth look natural and don’t compromise your smile. They also offer a good solution for minor cracks, chips, tooth discolouration, or to replace amalgam fillings with tooth coloured fillings.

To learn more about how white fillings can benefit you, speak with your dentist during your next appointment. They can provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision.