Composite fillings, often known as tooth-colored fillings or white fillings, are dental fillings composed of durable composite resins that may be moulded and tinted to match the colour and appearance of your actual teeth. When a cavity needs to be filled, a composite filling can ensure that the restoration is nearly unnoticeable to everyone except your dentist. Resins can be utilised to repair tiny and moderate areas of decay, resulting in long-lasting, natural-looking results that give you greater confidence in your smile. The filling treatment begins in the same way as a metal filling does: the decay and debris from your teeth are removed, and the region is meticulously cleansed and prepared for the filling material. To establish a firm connection, the composite resin is then “flowed” onto the tooth surface layer by layer. Once the composite level is reached, the material is meticulously moulded for a natural fit before being cured with specific light to harden it. The filling technique is finished with a final buffing and polishing.