Before After
  • Amalgam replaced by mercury-free composite 
  • Defective composite filling replaced by a new one. See how the decay (cavity) infiltrated the margins before. 
  • Defective composite filling replaced by a new one. See how the decay (cavity) infiltrated the margins before. 
  • Decay (cavity) removed and new white mercury-free filling placed in. 
  • Removed decay and filled with white mercury-free filling 
  • Old amalgam replaced by mercury-free composite 
  • Decay removed and new white mercury-free filling placed in. 
  • Brown staining at the gum margin removed and white filling done. 
  • Recession with pain to cold and sweet The patient did not want a gum graft so we covered the area with white filling. More esthetic and no more pain! 
  • Recession with pain to cold and sweet The patient did not want a gum graft so we covered the area with white filling. More esthetic and no more pain! 
  • Broken veneer repaired with white filling. The patient will have her veneer redone but in the meantime, she can smile and not think about her tooth! 
  • Defective white filling with new decay. Replaced with new one. 
  • Defective white filling with new decay. Replaced with new one. 
  • Sometimes, a little polishing goes a long way There was no decay here, just stain! No freezing involved! 
  • Decay removed and filling placed in. 
  • Defective filling with cavity restored back to health 
  • Broken tooth with extensive filling restored with a beautiful new porcelain crown (no metal so no black visible at the gumline) 
  • This is decay (cavity) on a baby molar treated with white filling (no mercury) You should start flossing your children's teeth as soon as they are coming out: that will make them used to it and create a habit at a young age + prevent decay between the teeth. We can only detect these lesions with x 
  • This is what we call "abrasion" and it's often due to hard brushing and a scrubbing motion It is often sensitive and unesthetic. We can repair this with a simple white filling 
  • Amalgam replaced by white mercury-free filling 
  • Defective white filling with open margins replaced by a new one The little red dot you see on the tooth are simply residue of that paper we place between your teeth to check your bite. Goes away with brushing! 
  • Chipped tooth alert! Quick restoration with white filling and VoilĂ ! Always fragile in future but at least it's esthetic again... 
  • Defective restoration now beautiful and healthy again! 
  • Obviously defective white filling with new decay Restored with new white mercury-free restoration 
  • This patient broke a tooth ; her extensive filling to be more precise The second picture shows what was left of the tooth once all the very defective part + the decay was removed. It was very deep! The final picture shows the tooth after the porcelain crown was placed. NO ROOT CANAL 
  • Same case as the previous broken tooth : different view Final result after porcelain crown placed. The laboratory had to reproduce the recession that the patient has on all her teeth... 
  • Defective restoration now totally reaffected by decay. See the fissure with infiltrated decay and putting the tooth at risk for fracture! Now all restored with mercury-free white filling. Still fragile as the restoration is big but the patient is considering an onlay or a crown as a preventive measure. 
  • Chipped Tooth