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Fillings in Noosa

Tooth decay is a common oral health concern. If you have a cavity, it is a bacterial infection that can spread to other teeth. You want to preserve your pearly whites, which makes it essential that you have any decay treated early on. Our minimally invasive white fillings are the perfect choice.

Our composite fillings are matched to the shade of your natural teeth, making them virtually invisible. Though silver fillings were the standard, they are now rarely used thanks to the ease and aesthetics of white fillings.

Do You Need a Filling?

You might not notice decay until it becomes severe. Your regular dental checkups every six months are important to recognise any tooth decay early on, so that you won’t experience pain or other symptoms.

The signs that you may have decay include

  • Sensitive teeth
  • Pain when chewing
  • A dull or sharp ache in a tooth
  • Discolouration
  • Food that is caught inside or between teeth
  • Rough edges of a tooth that can be felt with your tongue
  • Floss that catches around a tooth
  • Areas of bleeding gums

You can find out whether you have decay at an examination with our team. We’ll take X-rays to identify whether a cavity is present, looking at the damage in the tooth structure that can’t otherwise be seen. We can make an assessment and recommend the filling that is right for you.

Be Proactive About Your Dental Care

The best way to ensure your smile stays healthy is to keep your regular hygiene appointments with us. At these visits, we’ll evaluate your teeth and gums to make sure they’re in great shape. If needed, we can apply fillings that will fit seamlessly into your smile. Contact our friendly team today to book your first appointment!

* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.


Fillings Noosa Heads, Noosa Junction, Noosaville QLD | (07) 5473 5117