Properties of filling materials

Conservative and aesthetic dentistry

Modern light-cured composite materials which are used to fill defects give really excellent results in terms of both aesthetics and strength.

The nano-hybrid structure of the materials, i.e. the sufficiently large fragmentation of the filler parts, causes an excellent cosmetic effect (the so-called “chameleon effect”), which means that the filling in terms of color and reflection of light resembles tooth enamel.

The high strength of modern materials makes it possible to recreate the tooth's function even in the case of extensive cavities, cracks, fractures of parts of the tooth crown and in many other cases.


see also: Anesthetics Diast closing Reconstruction of teeth after injury Composite veneers Dentine hypersensitivity Treatment of dentine hypersensitivity Endocrown Treatment of enamel hypoplasia