Cosmetic Dentistry | Tooth Bonding | Tooth-Colored Fillings | Tuscaloosa AL
Walter H Smith

Serving Tuscaloosa and the surrounding areas

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Colored Fillings

Even if you take excellent care of your teeth with regular dental visits, proper hygiene, and a healthy diet, you may still develop a cavity. When this happens, we need to take care of the problem as soon as possible to prevent more damage and to protect your teeth.


Our goal is to improve your oral health by providing you with affordable, conservative dental treatments. Tooth-colored composite fillings allow us to repair a damaged tooth.

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One of the main reasons our patients choose composite fillings over amalgam is that they can be made to closely match a tooth’s natural color. These restorations blend perfectly with surrounding dental enamel, and you really won’t be able to see the repair – just a beautiful, healthy tooth.

Amalgam fillings, on the other hand, can appear as dark spots on white dental enamel. In addition, amalgam fillings gradually discolor teeth over time, causing teeth to take on a darker, bluish hue.

Since tooth-colored fillings blend so perfectly with your smile, we can also use them to address a number of cosmetic dental concerns:


  • Create seamless fillings for teeth that show when you smile

  • Fill uneven gaps and spaces between teeth

  • Repair broken or cracked teeth

  • Fill in minor chips

  • Alter the shape of irregular teeth


Tooth-colored fillings repair the damage, look great, and strengthen the tooth. The process we use to place composite fillings bonds the material securely to the tooth structure. This increases the overall strength of the tooth being restored.


Don't compromise when it comes to your appearance. Get in touch with the professionals at Wright & Smith Dentistry for complete cosmetic dentistry. Schedule an appointment with our highly renowned specialists and get a whole range of cosmetic dentistry services.

Structural Integrity

Until recently, metallic (amalgam) fillings were the only option we had to fill a cavity and provide a stronger, healthier tooth. Today, we can fill cavities using tooth-colored fillings that restore your tooth and look completely natural.

Reasons to Choose Tooth-Colored Fillings

Tooth-Colored Fillings