Composite fillings are pretty popular with people because of their colour. The composite fillings are closest to your natural pearls and are made of composite resin. This filling is suitable for small to mid-sized restorations that withstand moderate chewing pressure.
Glass Ionomer Fillings
Glass Ionomer filling easily bind with tooth tissue. This filling slowly releases a fluoride over time to help prevent decay under and around the cavity. But since they wear off easily it is not recommended for the weight bearing molars.
Gold and Porcelain Inlays
Gold fillings are custom made in laboratory and work well with gum tissues. With high durability and strength, gold is considered the best dental filling material, but is the most expensive option too. Porcelain fillings are second most expensive dental filing. Easily customisable, porcelain inlays are popular as they are stain resistance and can be merged with the natural teeth colour.