Bonding and White Filling

Stop tooth decay with painless fillings

Cavities can happen to anyone, even those with perfect dental hygiene habits. But while a small cavity is nothing to get too worked up about, it should be addressed ASAP. Left undiagnosed and untreated, bacteria and decay can travel deeper into your tooth. This can result in you needing a crown, root canal, or even an extraction.

Dr. Opinder Thind Family Dental is the best place to get a dental filling at our practice. With early detection tools, state-of-the-art technology, and natural-looking filling materials, we make getting a dental filling easy and comfortable. We also offer both inlays and onlays to treat large areas of decay and bonding treatments for those with chips, cracks, and other cosmetic concerns.

The only pain-free white fillings in our clinic

Dr.Thind is proud to offer the fissurotomy System to patients. This state-of-the-art tool allows us to perform a variety of treatments — including fillings, bonding, inlays, and onlays — without needles, drills, scalpels, or loud noises.

No pain, no stress, and potentially no need for anesthesia!

Fillings, bonding, inlays & onlays — what’s the difference?

Dental Fillings

Although dental fillings can be cosmetic, they are primarily considered a health-related treatment — meant to treat and stop decay from spreading.

Dental Bonding

Bonding is a cosmetic process where Dr.Thind attaches or “bonds” materials directly to your tooth to change its color and shape. Bonding is often viewed as a durable, affordable alternative to veneers.

Inlays & Onlays

An inlay is a single sold piece used to fill a cavity that is too large for simple filling.

An onlay is larger than an inlay but less than a dental crown. It’s also a single solid piece but covers the full cusp of the tooth (not just the area between).

What kind of filling material is best?

Fissurotomy System is an ultra conservative approach where specially designed ultra thin carbide burs are used to clean the initial dental decay & later on tooth is bonded & filled with a flowable sealant which flows in all the grooves of the teeth hence giving it a protective coating to prevent any further tooth decay. The sealants usually lasts for many years & can easily be replaced if required on
later in life.