Aesthetic composite fillings

Direct dental composites fillings in aesthetic resin are restorations performed directly in the mouth by the dentist without going through a dental laboratory.  Composite resins are used in dentistry to fill and rebuild damaged or defective teeth.  They are especially useful for anterior tooth fractures, as they can be shaped and sculpted to mimic the natural shape and color of the tooth.  They are also used to cover tooth imperfections, as well as to reconstruct teeth damaged by decay or trauma.

In our clinic we use only the best resins available on the market.

Aesthetic dental composites are an alternative to indirect restorative treatments, such as veneers and ceramic onlays, which can be more expensive.

The making of an aesthetic dental composite involves several steps:

  • Tooth insulation with a rubber dental dam
  • Tooth preparation: The dentist cleans and prepares the tooth by removing any cavities or damaged tissue.
  • Resin modeling: The dentist applies the composite resin to the tooth and model to match the desired shape and color.
  • Polymerization: the resin is exposed to special light to harden and solidify.
  • Finishing: the dentist polishes the restoration to make it smooth and natural looking.

It is important to follow your dentist’s care and maintenance instructions to extend the life of your aesthetic dental composite. This may include regular check-ups, daily brushing, and flossing.

  • Tooth insulation

  • Dental dam

  • Tooth preparation

  • Resin modeling:

  • Polymerization

  • Finishing

Our rates
Aesthetic composites : From 190.- to 412.-

Our dental clinic adheres to the SSO dental pricing.

Chairside Whitening : 499.- CHF
Internal Bleaching : ~720.-

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the advantages of resin composites?

They are aesthetically pleasing as they blend with the natural tooth color, they are less invasive, and can be applied in a single visit.

Why choose aesthetic resin composite?

It’s both an aesthetic and functional option to restore a tooth while preserving as much of its natural structure as possible.

Can resin composite be used for veneers?

Yes, composite is sometimes used to create direct veneers in a single visit.

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Take care of your dental health!

We are committed to combating healthcare avoidance, believing that in our current environment, every citizen should be able to maintain their health and enhance their appearance, especially their smile. Our rates are designed to be not only competitive but also, and most importantly, affordable. Nevertheless, they never compromise the quality of our service, which we strive to make impeccable.