The amalgam filling was a good solution for years, but nowadays it doesn’t meet the aesthetic requirements of today.

Fortunately, there are several different options from which by choosing the most suitable one aesthetic and durable tooth restorations can be made.

Such fillings are called aesthetic white or composite filling, porcelain or golden inlay.


The modern composite fillings have synthetic resin basis strengthened with ceramic particles. The biggest advantage of the aesthetic dentistry fillings is that they can be formed for a long time when placed inside the tooth, then they can be solidified by using a lamp using light with special wavelength.

These tooth-colored fillings have the hue and transparency of the patients tooth.

Inlay, Onlay

During the process, the dentist removes the rotten parts of the tooth. This is followed by sampling and the onlay/inlay is made in laboratory.

The onlay is suitable for supplementing more extended occlusal surface.

Thanks to its perfect fitting and extremely strong and resistant material, its lifetime exceeds the lifetime of traditional fillings.

They are usually made from ceramics, micro ceramics or gold.

GOLDEN Inlay, Onlay

Gold is perfectly tissue friendly and antibacterial; therefore it prevents the bacteria responsible for rotting from settling. Thanks to its high ductility it can be made to fit the material of the tooth by polishing providing perfect closing on the edges.

The lifetime of the carefully made golden inlay or only over exceeds the lifetime of any fillings.

PORCELAIN Inlay, onlay

Porcelain inlays and onlays are made in dentistry laboratories in special environment at high pressure and temperature which makes it extremely resistant to different forces.

Its color and transparency perfectly fits the other layers of the tooth, it provides a fantastic aesthetic experience and is very durable too.


Root canal treatment becomes necessary when the tooth gets rotten or the pulp dies due to any other causes.

During the treatment, the dentist opens the root canals in the particular tooth, cleans them, sterilizes and closes them with root filling preventing the bacteria from getting in the tissues. In case the tooth is already inflamed, temporary sensitivity is natural.

In case of teeth with complicated anatomy, it might happen that not all the canals and branches can be opened up or provide filling all along the canal. If so, some canals or part of canals may still have bacteria or self-produced toxins in them preventing the inflammation from going away.

Dead teeth, after root canal treatment and root filling, can go dry and become fragile which often leads to the removal of the tooth. That is why, especially in case of back teeth, crown is advisable to be fitted on the root canal treated tooth.