One Step Closer to Natural-Looking Teeth

Tooth decay and cavities, some of the most common dental issues, have historically required noticeable and aesthetically unpleasing solutions. However, thanks to the advent of modern dental technology, we now have invisible fillings. These provide a robust defence against further decay while seamlessly blending with your natural teeth.

Invisible fillings at The Dental Lounges present three key benefits that ensure your dental care is efficient, aesthetic, and economical:

  • Natural Appearance: Enhance your smile with fillings that seamlessly blend with your natural teeth.
  • Efficient Placement: Enjoy quicker treatments due to the easy adhesion of composite resin material.
  • Cost-effective Solution: Opt for this affordable choice that restores tooth function without the need for pricier crowns or implants.

At our dental practice, we specialise in providing high-quality composite fillings front teeth solutions, ensuring an aesthetic and durable result for our patients. Let’s find out more about how Invisible fillings can restore the whiter smile you have been waiting for so long.


Virtually undetectable fillings, so you can get back to looking your best

At The Dental Lounges, we are committed to using highly authentic restorations like composite resin, porcelain inlays, onlays, and glass ionomer to offer an aesthetically pleasing and healthy smile. Our team of experienced dentists is well-versed in performing composite dental filling procedures, delivering a pain-free experience and exceptional results that help restore your oral health and confidence.

  1. Composite Resin Fillings: Commonly known as white fillings, these are a blend of glass or quartz filler and offer a natural look that matches your tooth colour. Perfect for visible areas of your mouth, composite teeth filling let you express your joy without revealing any dental work.
  2. Porcelain or Ceramic Fillings: Known as inlays or onlays, these fillings are custom made, durable, and stain-resistant. With their strength and discretion, these white dental filling  are an excellent choice for those seeking functionality with aesthetics.
  3. Glass Ionomer Fillings: These fillings are beneficial for situations like below the gum line or for young children. Made from a mix of acrylic and a specific type of glass material, they offer a suitable invisible filling solution, even if they are not as durable as composite or porcelain.

Choosing the right type of dental filling depends on the location, the extent of the repair, any allergies, and cost considerations. Our range of treatments includes porcelain options for creating breathtaking, lifelike crowns and veneers, especially for front teeth.  With this personalised approach and high-quality restorative options, we’re committed to making your smile the best it can be.


Before and Afters

Results: Invisible Fillings

The restorative process begins with the cavity being prepared to reveal the deterioration. Once the damage has been completely removed, the cavity is cleaned and repaired with an invisible filling. For the most part, the complete restoration process would take around an hour.


Results: Composite Filling

Composite resin is bonded to the tooth structure using a bonding agent after the cavity has been prepared by the dentist. Composite is custom-made to match your teeth’s hue. Layer by layer, the composite is inserted into the cavity. A laser beam is used to stiffen up each layer. Afterwards, the filler is trimmed and polished to get its natural appearance.


How Do Invisible Fillings Work

Step 1

The initial stage is to evaluate and get more exact information about where and how bad the decay is.

Step 2

The dentist will next give a local anaesthetic to numb the region surrounding the damaged tooth.

Step 3

Preparation for restoration begins with cleaning and shaping the tooth and the surrounding gums.

Step 4

This step includes polishing the completed tooth to bring the dental filling procedure to a close.

Step 5

It will be difficult for the casual observer to detect that you have had any work done on your teeth after your invisible filling is in place

The Dental Lounges Pricing

The dental filling cost varies depending on the number of surfaces to be filled. For example, one tooth may only have one surface impacted by decay, whereas another tooth may have many decayed or damaged surface areas. Whatever the case, you can rest assured that The Dental Lounges offers affordable Invisible fillings, allowing us to ensure both comfort and long-lasting results for our patients.

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Why Choose
The Dental Lounges?

  • We’re open 6 days a week with flexible opening hours.
  • We have a highly skilled – patient focused team.
  • Free internet access.
  • An ultra-modern interior with your comfort in mind.
  • Sit back and enjoy a relaxed environment.
  • Late evening appointments for those with busy working schedules.
  • State-of-the-art facilities to ensure the highest level of dental care.


The majority of patients who choose invisible fillings do so because of the aesthetic advantages they provide. To ensure that your fillings integrate perfectly into your smile, your dentist at The Dental Lounges will craft a filling that is precisely matched to the white colour of your teeth. Invisible fillings, like other fillings, safeguard your teeth from deterioration and damage. These fillings also help avoid sensitivity once the decaying tooth is removed.

It takes about 30-60 minutes to put an invisible filling on. The time required for placement is determined by the size and location of the cavity. The greater the size, the longer the process will take.

Composite fillings typically last ten years or more. But if you take good care of your fillings, they may last you a good long time! To extend the life of your composite fillings, you should see your dentist twice a year for cleanings and examinations, brush twice daily, floss daily, and eat a range of healthful foods.

Layers of the composite are deposited into the created cavity, and a specific laser is used to solidify them. To minimise stains and early wear, the composite is moulded and polished when the procedure is completed.

Abrasive toothpaste should be avoided at all costs. Brushing and flossing with a gentle toothbrush should be done at least twice a day. Avoid dark meals and beverages including coffee, tea, berries, and red wine. Rinse with water immediately after indulging to avoid the colouring agents from soaking into your teeth.