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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 Ireland. Compare all the dentists and contact the fillings clinic in Ireland that's right for you.

Fillings prices from €60 - Enquire for a fast quote ★ Choose from 436 Fillings Clinics in Ireland with 1302 verified patient reviews.

ServiceScore
Excellent
from 301 users
8.3
Flynns Dental Care - Dr. Hannah FlynnFeatured

Flynns Dental Care

076 680 5297 7 Cathair Danann, North Circular Road, Tralee
4.8 from 20 verified reviews
Made me feel relaxed.Helena, Ireland, 03 02 17

I am very nervous person needed three teeth taken out today I was a real mess but Hannah was amazing with me.

Filling €95 - €145
All fillings are guaranteed for six months.
White Filling €95 - €145
All fillings are guaranteed for six months
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 46 users
8.6
Ongar Dental Surgery - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Ongar Dental Surgery

Meridian Clinic, 1 The Avenue, Ongar
4.6 from 10 verified reviews
Everything turned out great regarding my treatment and their serviceNaomi, Ireland, 29 03 17

I went for an examination where I found out that I needed to put in some fillings on my teeth and the whole process was fast and gentle. I had a look on the clinics website and realized that they have quite good reviews however everything turned out great regarding my treatment and their service. The staff whom were there were very friendly, they were organised and the place itself was neat and tidy.

Fillings  
White Fillings €90 - €120
Silver Fillings from €80
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 51 users
8.9
Phoenix Dental - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Phoenix Dental

The Village Centre, Rathborne, Ashtown, Dublin 15
4.7 from 27 verified reviews
Everyone at the clinic is very helpfulIlgin, Ireland, 29 07 17

I had a consultation and cleaning. Everyone at the clinic is very helpful!

Fillings  
White Filling from €130
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 77 users
8.7
Castle Street Dental - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Castle Street Dental

The Manse, Castle Street, Mullingar
4.8 from 7 verified reviews
The dentist could not be more helpful and carried out a pain-free filling. Highly recommendMichael, Mullingar, 27 06 18

Painless filling, great service and great value. Attended this clinic today and was very impressed with the service. Dentist Brendan could not be more helpful and carried out a pain-free filling. Highly recommend.

Fillings from €60
We offer a service to safely remove amalgam - mercury or silver fillings and replace them with more aesthetically pleasing fillings that will look more like the colour of your teeth. Amalgam fillings can cause concern for peoples health. White fillings will make you feel and look healthier.
White Filling from €70
We offer a service to safely remove amalgam - mercury or silver fillings and replace them with more aesthetically pleasing fillings that will look more like the colour of your teeth. Amalgam fillings can cause concern for peoples health. White fillings will make you feel and look healthier.
Amalgam Filling from €60
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 36 users
8.6
Barna Village Dental Practice - Dental Clinic in Ireland
Barna Village Dental is a modern dental surgery conveniently located in Barna village just 5 miles from Galway city.  We are committed to providing high quality dental treatment in a professional, friendly and relaxed environment. Make an appointment today !
Fillings €70 - €120
Dentist Consultation from €50
Dental Crowns €700 - €900
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ServiceScore
Excellent
from 50 users
8.8
Oaklawn Dental Care - Dr Noel Creaner

Oaklawn Dental Care

51 Oaklawn, Leixlip
4.8 from 5 verified reviews
I'm very nervous going to dentists but this was a very positive experience for meBláthnaid, Ireland, 22 04 20

Aine the dentist was so nice and explained everything to me clearly. She prescribed some pain relief and treatment for the next 2 week's and has booked me in for a check up again then. I'm very nervous going to dentists but this was a very positive experience for me.

Fillings €80 - €110
Essentially, there are two types of filling: silver amalgam and composite (white) fillings. Amalgam has been in use for about 150 years and is a safe and very durable material. Composites are in use now for about 50 years and the material and the technique are improving all the time, so that they are now nearly as durable and long-lasting as amalgam. Composite is the material of choice for filling front teeth and is becoming more and more common in back teeth as well. Normally amalgam is the first choice filling material in back teeth as it is stronger, more durable and more economical than composite, but composite is of course better-looking and even indistinguishable very often from the natural tooth substance.
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