White Fillings and Amalgam Filling Removal In Toronto

To treat your cavities and tooth decay, Fortinsky Dentistry offers white composite fillings to create a natural look for your teeth and restoring them to their original shape and function. Following our holistic approach to dentistry, we only use white filling materials without BPA.

White Fillings and Amalgam Filling Removal

With white or composite fillings, we can create a natural and beautiful looking smile without sacrificing the strength of your teeth. The material is strong enough for chewing surfaces.

White fillings are made of a material that bonds to the natural tooth for a tight seal. Compared to other dental restorations, less of the healthy part of the tooth needs to be removed. Cosmetically, these fillings are colour-matched, making them almost invisible.

Should you have any preexisting amalgam fillings that you would like removed, we can do that too. As holistic practitioners, Fortinsky Dentistry offers to remove any existing silver-mercury from your smile following the IAOMT SMART protocol.

If you want to transform your smile into a bright and healthy one, please call or visit us at Fortinsky Dentistry today.

Other Services

In keeping with our holistic and comprehensive approach to dental care and treatment, Fortinsky Dentistry offers homeopathic remedies for dental complaints such as toothaches, facial pain, post-treatment discomfort.

Choosing the right dentist is an individual decision. Fortinsky Dentistry is a family-friendly place with comprehensive care that is customized to the needs of each of our patients. From the moment you first contact us, we’ll strive to make sure you are accommodated.

At Fortinsky Dentistry, we use digital radiography (digital X-ray), the latest technology used to take dental X-rays. This safe and holistic technique uses a digital sensor (instead of X-ray film) that captures and stores the digital image on a computer.

Temporomandibular disorders (TMD disorders) refers more generally to a group of jaw–related conditions that can cause patients pain in the muscle areas of their head, face, ear, neck, throat, shoulder or even back.

When your body senses threats like infections, lacerations or foreign bacteria, it is designed to rush support to try to heal and protect the area being threatened. The inflammatory response in healthy individuals kills off bacteria and helps to speed healing.