White dental filling in Boca Raton

If you have small or medium problems in any of your teeth, the white dental filling provided by Smile Of Boca is the best option for your dental health.

If tooth decay is not treated, it can cause pain, infection, and even tooth loss. In general, tooth decay does not cause symptoms if it is early. As it progresses, it can cause pain in the tooth or sensitivity in the tooth to sweets, heat or cold. For all of the possible bad things that can happen, resorting to a correct dental treatment may be the best solution to all the problems that cause cavities.

Composite fillings

What is white dental filling?

Tooth decay is the most frequent dental disease in our society, from children to seniors can suffer from this, so white dental filling is the usual treatment to eliminate or prevent tooth decay. 

It is very likely that at some point you have had to go to the dentist to do some procedure and in this treatment is the one. At this point, it should be remembered that tooth decay is a destruction of tooth tissues that occurs for two fundamental reasons. 

  • On the one hand, it is due to the intake of acids and sugars contained in food and beverages. 
  • On the other hand, it is the result of poor oral hygiene, either by insufficient tooth brushing or by errors in the technique of said brushing. 

The white dental filling is a dental product composed of plastic that in most cases is the same color of the tooth and this is used in the restoration and repair of damage to the teeth.

 Composite resin

Benefits of using white dental filling

Taking care of your dental health is already a benefit, it is important to be clear what type of disease or damage you have in your teeth to determine what type of treatment or procedure you need.
The main benefits of this treatment is to eliminate tooth decay and restore functionality to the part that was affected. Most of the time the tooth is fully restored by the white dental filling and this is finally the proposition that Smile Of Boca has for you, an incredible dental health.

If you are wondering “how much is a white filling?” Well as we always say, each person has their own unique case, however the range price is $150 to $300 for 1–2 teeth or $200 to $550 for 3 or more teeth.


Metal fillings

Why choose us?

Why choose us?

Nobody wants to suffer from dental diseases and we all know how uncomfortable it is to have problems in our mouth when eating or at any time in our life.However, talking about problems or minor dental diseases such as tooth decay, The best option is to go to Smile Of Boca and have the dental white filling treatment. 

The expert dentists will make the necessary assessment, you will start the treatment, it will cost depending on the treatment you require and finally the results will speak for themselves. 

What our patients are saying


What is a White Filling or Resin Composite Bonding?
It’s a tooth-colored, plastic-based dental material used in the restoration of small to medium-sized cavities.
How is it different from Silver Amalgam Fillings?
Amalgam restorations, more commonly referred to as “silver fillings” are made up of a mercury-based alloy (silver, tin, copper, and others). For years they have been the standard for simple restorative material in dentistry. Lately, amalgam has received a bad rep on the news due to the mercury content and its supposed toxicity. Even though numerous studies have proven the safety of the material, more and more patients choose white fillings or resin composites because of its perceived safety and improved cosmetic result.
How much does it cost?
The cost of any dental restoration is based on multiple factors: the size of the lesion, choice of material, among others. A simple, one-surface resin composite restoration can range from $80-150. Additional procedures may be warranted (i.e., pulp cap, retentive pins), depending on the conditions found during clinical treatment. The doctor will advise you whether these other procedures should be expected and the cost they carry with them.
How long does the procedure take?
A simple one-surface filling can take about 10-15 minutes, but times greatly vary depending on the size and location of the cavity, the need for anesthesia among others. When the case calls for it, several fillings can be done at the same time, saving the patient time and trouble. You can expect a dental filling(s) procedure to last about 30-40 minutes.
Are they painful?
Most of the time, you will be numb during the whole procedure, so pain is a non-issue. Only a mild initial discomfort can be expected during the numbing procedure as the tip of the needle pinches the gum, and that’s about it! After the numbness goes away (usually an hour or so), some discomfort can be expected as the tooth adjusts to changes in temperature, but this shouldn’t last more than 24-48 hours.
Should I do White Fillings or Silver Fillings?
This really is more of a personal choice than a technical one. Even though resin composites are slightly more costly than amalgams, that doesn’t prevent most people from choosing white fillings vs. silver fillings because of the cosmetic advantages. Technically speaking, resin composite restorations allow dentists to preserve a little more tooth structure than when doing amalgam restorations. A properly done amalgam should serve well for many years, but it is our experience that when they fail, the failure is almost certainly catastrophic: tooth fracture that may or may not compromise the nerve of the tooth. That’s not to say that composites are infallible: they too can fail but are usually easier and less costly to repair. Due to the overwhelming popularity of white fillings, our office does not currently offer amalgam “silver” fillings.
How is a white filling done?
After anesthetizing (numbing) the area, the cavity or fractured tooth is cleaned out and prepared for bonding (gluing) the composite to the tooth, and then the materials are placed in layers that are incrementally light-cured (hardened) with a UV light lamp. Ultimately, the filling is adjusted to your bite and polished to give it a natural-looking appearance.
How long do they last?
When carefully placed, composite restorations can successfully serve for many years. Wear and discoloration are most often the causes for replacement. Given proper care and maintenance, white fillings can be expected to last for at least 7-10 years.

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Smiles of Boca

Dirección: 1590 NW 10th Ave #200, Boca Raton, FL 33486

Teléfono: (561) 392-3970

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How do i get to Smiles of Boca?

Smiles of boca is located 4 min drive from Town Center at Boca Raton

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We are located 0.2 mile from Florida Atlantic University

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Smiles of boca is located 10 min drive from I-95 (Autopista Interestatal)