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Dental Fillings in Mississauga – Look Natural and Long Lasting

  • Say goodbye to tooth decay.
  • Support the tooth from future problems.
  • Over 30 years experience with dental fillings.
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What are Dental Fillings?

Simply put, dental fillings are a modern technology that dentists use to fill in a tooth. Tooth fillings prevent bacteria from getting in holes caused by cavities, look natural and they provide structural support to the tooth itself.

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    How Much Do Teeth Fillings Cost in Mississauga

    The cost of dental fillings in Mississauga ranges from $200 to $500 per toothThe cost varies so much because it depends on several factors: 1) which tooth needs the filling 2) how many surfaces of the tooth are involved and 3) what materials are used in the filling. Also, has the tooth been cleaned before work begins? It’s important to not have a dirty tooth that could contaminate the area.

    Also, how much you actually pay depends on your dental insurance. If you are 80% covered for restorative fillings, then if the fee is $200, you would only pay $40 out of pocket.

    Our Patient Google Reviews

    Read our verified patient Google reviews, some have been with us for decades, about our dental services in Mississauga.  At Dr. Bobby Brown and Associates, we don’t just focus on the quality of dental work but also patient relationships.

    Tina Tit
    Tina Tit
    I'm a regular at the place , Dr Jenny is a faviorate and a very insightful and professional ,informative doctor. Dr Bai is a great general dentist and the whole crew including Micheal feel like family , the best in the Mississauga area. Reccomend this place for sure.
    JJ Dynomite
    JJ Dynomite
    Very professional office. Everyone is welcoming and friendly!
    sandeep joshi
    sandeep joshi
    I have visited the clinic a couple of times for dental procedures and the staff is really friendly and all the doctors are humble and wel qualified. The good thing is that the environment is so friendly that it eases out the fear and anxiety right away.
    Marcus Belardi
    Marcus Belardi
    I have been going to this office for 30 years. Always pleasant. I feel like they take good care of me and are very kind. I don't live in Mississauga anymore but i still make the time to go back.
    Schere Pocha
    Schere Pocha
    I have been a patient of Dr. Bobby Brown for 20 years. He is very knowledgeable, personable and a great dentist! I always feel confident I am receiving the best care. You are greeted at the reception by Michael & Vanessa who know your name, share a riddle and make you feel so welcomed. Urszula the dental assistant and Engy the hygienist are both great to work with. I highly recommend them for all your dental needs.
    Lizbeth Mendonca
    Lizbeth Mendonca
    I am blessed to have an awesome team to look after my dental health. Michael and Vanessa at the front desk are always so welcoming and make me feel at ease right away. Michael takes special efforts to do the paperwork and make sure I receive the best possible coverage from my benefits plan. The dental team is very professional and I have confidence in their expertise.
    Annette Heikamp
    Annette Heikamp
    Dr. Brown and his team are amazing. Very accommodating and they take their time and do a great job. I would highly recommend them!
    anand kanhe
    anand kanhe
    Starting from front office, Michael and Vanessa takes good care of you and are considerable in booking a slot for you in busy schedule. I personally have done 3 fillinds and 12 scaling sessions, the results were pretty good. Not t only they treat us but educate to how to maintain oral hygiene in detailed way. My wife and 11 year old kid also went under same treatment and very much satisfied with it. Preeti did a great work for our scaling. Thank you so much for helping my family achieving healthy smiles.
    andrew h
    andrew h
    I've attended this office for a year now. The hygiene team is exceptional with a gentle touch and genuine empathy. Dr. Brown has shown himself to be as capable as his reputation - kind, gentle, skilled, quick, patient, with a great sense of humor. My entire family attend this office and will continue to deal w Dr. Brown and his team

    What is a Filling Made Of?

    There are 4 main types of fillings that dental offices use to fill in cavities or reinforce teeth structures.

    Composite fillings (natural coloured)

    Composite fillings are most often preferred because they match the tooth in colour and aesthetics. They are made from a mixture of powdered glass quartz, silica or other ceramic particles added to a resin base. They also bond really well to the tooth surface.

    Gold filling

    Gold fillings are requested sometimes because of the desired glamour look. They are very durable though but cost much more than composites.

    Amalgam fillings

    Amalgam fillings (also called silver fillings) are less often or not used in modern dental offices as they contain small amounts of mercury and also due to the metal look in the mouth. They are the least expensive.

    Ceramic fillings

    Ceramic fillings are made from porcelain. They are very durable but can cost as much as the gold ones.

    If you have amalgam fillings and want to convert to composite, then that is available for you, however, it is not recommended unless they are already old and need to be replaced anyways.

    A Cavity is the Result of Tooth Decay and Fillings Protect Your Teeth and Can Save Your Life.

    When we eat sugars and starches and not clean our teeth properly, dental plaque forms. Dental plaque is a clear, sticky film that coats your teeth.  That wouldn’t be so bad, except that bacteria start feeding on it.

    The longer that plaque stays on your teeth, it hardens into tartar (also called calculus). This gives the bacteria a kind of shield and makes things much worse for you.

    A byproduct of eating the sugar is that the bacteria produce acid. This acid eats away at your tooth enamel and causes small holes, called a cavity. Enamel might be restored at this stage if teeth are cleaned properly at your dentist. However, if left unchecked, the cavity gets bigger until it reaches the dentin. Dentin is soft and has tiny tubes that lead to your tooth’s nerve, making you more sensitive to hot and cold.

    Futher down, after the dentin, if the cavity is still unchecked, the bacteria can get to the pulp (inner tooth material), that’s where the nerves and blood vessels are. The blood vessels swell and can compress the nerves causing pain. This  pain can radiate outwards from the tooth.

    Once they have reached the pulp, an abscess can form and is quite painful and potentially life threatening. At this point, a root canal treatment or tooth extraction might be needed.

    The final stage can be avoided through regular home care and regular visits to your dentist for treatment such as tooth fillings.

    Trusted by thousands of Mississauga families over 30 years

    We have long standing relationships with our patients  and community that go back several decades.

    Convenient Services

    We are a one-stop dental clinic, with a wide range of dental services, saving you time.

    Convenient Hours

    We are open 6 days a week, early mornings, evenings and Saturdays.

    Convenient Location

    We are located right next to Square One Shopping Mall in the heart of Mississauga. Parking is free for 2 hours.

    Request an Appointment for Dental Fillings In Mississauga

    At Dr. Bobby Brown and Associates, your Mississauga dentist, we value patient relationships. If you want to ask questions about anything from tooth fillings in Mississauga, to dental insurance plans to dental anxiety, we are here. We offer you free, friendly advice. If you are ready to book an appointment to fix your tooth and prevent future problems, simply call our dental office and book today, we can offer you complimentary benefits checks.