Tooth Fillings in
Houston, TX

For beautiful and metal-free tooth-colored fillings in Houston, Texas, call the dental professionals at Tadros Dental today.

Composite Fillings

Have a Cavity?
If you have a cavity, you’re probably nervous about going to the dentist. You might be afraid of experiencing pain during the filling procedure and worried about the appearance of a large metal filling in your smile.

But there’s another option: composite fillings. Composite fillings are made of a tooth-colored resin that blends in with your teeth and looks completely natural to anyone but your dentist.

Composite fillings have another advantage over metal fillings as well. Composites bond to the structure of your tooth and help support your tooth against future damage. Composites can prevent breakage and help insulate your tooth, decreasing sensitivity.

Advantages of composite fillings

  • Natural appearance
  • Strengthens the tooth
  • Requires less tooth cutting compared to metal fillings
  • Does not corrode
  • Environmentally safe
  • Easy to fix if damaged

Don’t Wait to Treat Your Cavity

Don’t put off treatment for your cavity any longer. A dental filling can prevent your cavity from becoming infected and painful.

Contact Tadros Dental today to schedule an appointment for a composite filling, and we’ll make your smile our top priority to give you the care you need. Dr. Tadros will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan that meets your dental health goals.

Why You Shouldn’t Wait To Treat A Cavity

MANY OF US HAVE HAD at least one cavity in our lives, and if we don’t keep up on our oral hygiene, it’s likely that we’ll get a couple more as time goes by. While cavities may be inconvenient, it’s imperative that we get them treated immediately. Early treatment of cavities prevents long-term damage to our teeth and is essential to maintaining a beautiful, healthy smile!

Cavities Are A Sign Of Tooth Decay

A cavity is a small hole that develops on your tooth when it begins to decay. Harmful bacteria is contained in the plaque that sticks to our teeth. This bacteria produces acid that eats away at our teeth and causes cavities if the plaque is not removed. If left untreated, the cavity can grow larger and cause permanent damage to the tooth.

Letting cavities fester is more common than you think. Approximately 28 percent of adults are living with untreated cavities. Because cavities are so commonplace, some may think they can leave them untreated, either to save money or spare themselves a filling. It is important to remember, however, that a cavity is considered an infection that requires prompt treatment.

Cavities Will Continue To Grow If Left Untreated

Cavities can only get worse with time. Once that harmful bacteria creates a cavity, it will continue to grow if not repaired with a filling. To further understand the damage a cavity can do to your tooth, let’s go over some tooth anatomy.

A tooth consists of three parts:

  1. The hard and protective outer layer called the enamel
  2. The middle layer called dentin
  3. The inner layer called the pulp, which contains the tooth’s blood vessels and nerves

The enamel is the tooth’s first line of defense against cavity-causing bacteria. If treatment is postponed, the bacteria will eventually get through the enamel and enter into the layer of dentin, and eventually, the pulp.

If cavity-causing bacteria is allowed to reach the dental pulp, it can lead to a condition known as pulpitis, or inflammation of the pulp. If treated quickly, pulpitis can be treated with a simple filling. If left to progress, more serious measures may need to be taken such as a root canal or tooth extraction.

See Real Patient Reviews
in Houston


Trina N.

Dr. Mina is the best dentist. He’s caring he does amazing work on my teeth. I would recommend everyone to see Dr. Mina to take care of their teeth.

Rafael V.

Have been a customer for 7 years, nicest Dentist I have ever met. Very flexible and nice employees. Office has evolved so much in 7 years, very professional looking.

Lisbeth R.

I just got my four wisdom teeth removed and it went great. I thought It was gonna be painful but I didn’t feel any pain. Highly recommend.
Leave a Review
At Tadros Dental, we pride ourselves on providing a wide variety of care to the Houston and Cypress-Fairbanks areas.

Request an Appointment

If you prefer to speak to a team member, please call (281) 930-5951.
Our Doctor New Patients Book Online