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What are fillings?

Fillings or dental fillings are used to repair the damaged surfaces of teeth. The surface of teeth may be damaged by small fractures, damaged enamel or decay. It takes 25 to 90 minutes to place a filling in a tooth.

What different types of fillingsare there?

Dental fillings are made of gold, silver, mercury or amalgam, porcelain or ceramic, plastic, composite resin materials or a glass and acrylic mixture called glass inomer.

Is getting a filling painful?

Preparing the tooth to place a filling by removing the decayed portion using a dental drill should not be painful. Some patients find the preparation procedure uncomfortable and painful. The dentist will administer a local anaesthic to ensure that the patient does not feel pain during the procedure.

 

How long does recovery after fillings are placed take?

Patients may experience pain or sensitivity for a few weeks after a filling is placed. The area where the anaesthetic was injected will feel sore for a few days. The gums of the patient will also feel sore for a few days.

How do I care for my teeth after fillings are placed?

Patients should not eat for at least three hours till the anaesthesia wears off. They should not eat or drink anything that is too hot or too cold for a few days. They should avoid very hard food. They should take all prescribed medications correctly. They should follow correct dental hygiene and brush and floss their teeth regularly.

What are the alternatives to placing fillings?

Alternatives to dental fillings are dental crowns, inlays or onlays, or tooth remineralization.

We have all the information you need about public and private dental clinics that provide fillings in Kilkenny, Kilkenny County. Compare all the dentists and contact the fillings clinic in Kilkenny, Kilkenny County that's right for you.

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Very Good
from 60 users
7.6
Dean Street Dental - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Dean Street Dental

3 Priory Square, Dean Street, Kilkenny
4.8 from 11 verified reviews
Friendly, family dentistry in a relaxed and comfortable environment in the heart of Kilkenny. Sedation available for nervous patients.
Fillings  
Dentist Consultation  
Dental Crowns  
21 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 31 users
6.8
Reva Dental - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Reva Dental

21 William Street ., Kilkenny
4.7 from 3 verified reviews
John McCarron's dental practice has just changed its name to Reva Dental! In fact it's all change here at 21 William St - we've just launched our new website, reduced some of our treatment fees & extended our opening hours! And of course we are continuing to offer our patients the same high quality affordable dentistry as always....
Fillings €60 - €120
With significant advances in dental materials many fillings are now completed with white composite restorations. Composite restorations can be used to repair worn or fractured front teeth by matching the tooth tissue colour to various white filling materials. Why should I consider white fillings?White fillings are very natural looking, as well as doing the job they’re meant to do. While they have traditionally been considered less long lasting than silver amalgam fillings, advances in materials now mean that white fillings are virtually as durable as silver amalgam. Is it worth replacing my amalgam fillings with white ones?It is generally best to change fillings only when your dentist decides that an old filling needs replacing. When this happens you can ask to have it replaced with a tooth-coloured filling. What are tooth-coloured fillings made of?Composite fillingsMade from powdered glass, quartz, silica or other ceramic particles added to a resin base. Your dentist will choose a shade to match your own teeth. After the tooth is prepared, the filling is bonded onto the area with an adhesive and a light shone onto it to set it. With this type of filling, the dentist may have to remove less of the tooth, which is obviously better.Glass IonomerGlass Ionomer fillings form a chemical bond with the tooth. They may also release fluoride, which helps prevent further tooth decay. This type of filling is relatively weak and is usually used on non-biting surfaces, such as around the neck of the tooth.Porcelain inlaysOur laboratory can now use computer technology to design and prepare perfectly fitted porcelain inlays. Porcelain tends to be very hard wearing and long lasting, and it can be precisely coloured to match your own teeth. This type of filling is significantly more expensive than the standard white filling. Your dentist will explain all of your options before any treatment commences.<
Dentist Consultation from €30
Regular check ups and professional cleaning are essential to protect the health of your teeth and gums. At your dental consultation your teeth, gums and mouth will be carefully examined to ensure you are in good oral health. After the examination we will discuss with you any requirements you may have and offer advice on how to protect your teeth. Depending on the condition of your teeth and your previous dental treatments your dentist will usually recommend a dental check up at least once a year. At your check up appointment a full examination will be carried out on the oral soft tissue to ensure that it is healthy. 
Dental Crowns from €500
On occasion a tooth may have significant damage which can not be repaired using a filling. As we recommend retaining the natural tooth where possible a patient can consider the option of crowning a tooth. This involves placing a crown over the damaged tooth. There are many different types of crowns and at Reva Dental in Kilkenny our preference is to recommended either all porcelain crowns or porcelain bonded to white gold crowns. This is consistent with our philosophy of using only the highest quality materials to ensure the best and longest lasting result. All crowns look like natural teeth once complete and are matched to your own dentition. If a tooth has been previously root treated it is often necessary to increase the strength of the tooth by placing a fitting called a ‘post and core’ in the tooth. These posts improve the strength and durability of the restored tooth. It is our policy to use laboratory fabricated white gold posts for the best clinical results. Our dentists will be happy to discuss all of your options with you and provide a written quote before any treatment is carried out.
8 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 78 users
6.7
Dr James McDermott - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Dr James McDermott

Airfield Medical Park, Granges Rd, Kilkenny
5.0 from 3 verified reviews
The professionalism starts with the efficient reception teamMaureen, Ireland, 28 05 21

Excellent service, professional and respectful. The professionalism starts with the efficient reception team. Dr Bernard Mullan listens, discusses and looks at options - patient involvement. Thank you for providing excellent service.

Fillings  
Dentist Consultation  
Dental Implants  
19 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 12 users
6.2
Parliament St. Dental Surgery - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Parliament St. Dental Surgery

43 Parliament St, Kilkenny City
5.0 from 1 verified review
I felt 100% comfortable on every visitCatherine, Ireland, 03 10 17

I needed work done and wanted my teeth sorted before my upcoming wedding. I have a living fear of dentists hence needing all the work Meave could not have been nicer or made me feel any more at ease. She spoke to me about everything that needed to be done and we worked out a timetable to get it done before the Wedding. I felt 100% comfortable on every visit.

Fillings  
Dentist Consultation  
Dental Crowns  
17 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 7 users
6.3
Osraí Paediatric Dentistry - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Osraí Paediatric Dentistry

Kylemore Clinic, Freshford Road, Kilkenny
Dr. Mc Kinley and her staff aim to make your child’s dental experience safe, comfortable, educational, and fun. Paediatric Dentistry is an age related specialty dedicated to the comprehensive oral health care of children, from infancy through adolescence including those with special healthcare needs (children with medical, physical, intellectual and emotional disabilities).
Fillings  
Amalgam Filling  
Glass Ionomer Cement Filling  
ServiceScore
Good
from 42 users
6.2
Springhill Clinic - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Springhill Clinic

Waterford Road, Kilkenny
The Springhill Clinic at Kilkenny, Ireland offers services in dentistry mainly. The pother services offered are psychological counseling, aesthetic and endermologie, osteopathy, audiology, dermatology, paedeatric services and alternative treatments such as Reiki and acupuncture. Treatment is offered to private and PRSI patients. The dental treatments include general, preventive, restorative and cosmetic procedures. Dr Derek Cashin, the principal dentist propagates the need for dental hygiene and preventive dentistry.
Fillings from €45
White Filling from €60
Amalgam Filling from €45

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6.8
Callan Dental Practice - Dr Jacqueline Clune

Callan Dental Practice

Clonmel Road, Callan, Kilkenny
4.8 from 128 verified reviews
At ease and everything was explained before they did anythingPhilomena, Ireland, 08 12 16

As someone who hasn't been to the dentist in years as I'm terrified of them, I was extremely nervous going here. The staff made me feel so at ease and everything was explained before they did anything. I'd definitely come here again

Fillings €80 - €110
We offer a full range of fillings. The most common types of fillings are amalgam and composite fillings. Existing amalgam fillings can be replaced with composite fillings for aesthetic and clinical reasons.
Dentist Consultation up to €75
Dental Crowns €650 - €750
Crowns are required when the tooth structure is weak or teeth have been fractured. They provide support and stability for your teeth. They are often used to replace large amalgam fillings, fractured teeth or teeth that have undergone root canal treatment. They are also used to improve the appearance of discolored or crooked teeth. We use the highest quality dental materials to ensure that your crowns are perfect in every way and more importantly, that they are an exact match and are indistinguishable from the surrounding teeth.20% tax refund available on all crowns and we’ll even send off your Med 2 form to the tax office for you!
17 more treatments
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Kilkenny Emergency Dentist

Kilkenny Emergency Dentist

Clonmel Road, Callan, Kilkenny
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