A local anesthetic will be used on you to ensure your tooth is numb and that you will be comfortable during the procedure. Once you’re completely numb and ready, your dentist will use a dental drill to wash off the decayed part of your tooth. Filling in the final part of the procedure. It involves placing the Porcelain material on the space left by the decay.
If you have problems et the back of your mouth then the regular white filling is not a good option. Porcelain fillings are very strong. So, they are recommended for teeth that are at the back of your mouth or for teeth that have large cavities.
Good candidates are anyone who has cavities or decayed teeth that need fillings, or those who have metal fillings they would like removed and replaced.