Amalgam Filling

Amalgam Fillings:

 

Amalgam is a mixture of mercury, silver alloy, copper and tin. It is a type of gray-black colored filler used to fill in the cavities that develop in the posterior teeth. Although it is speculated that it is harmful due to the mercury it contains, there is no proven clinical study. Although poor aesthetic appearance is a disadvantage, these filling can be, now, removed and replaced by composite fillings.

Similar Treatments

Composite Filling

Composite Filling

Composite Fillings:   These are tooth-colored fillings and they are exposed to light to stiffe

Porcelain Inlay Fillings

Porcelain Inlay Fillings

What are Porcelain Inlays and Onlays? They are porcelain-based fillings prepared by the technician

Social Media

Subscribe to our campaign

Copyrights © 2017 Dentram Dental Clinics
This site Cosmetic Dentistry and General Dentistry is intended to inform patients about the applications. The information contained in the site content is to inform, certainly no substitute for putting this information to medical purposes examination and diagnosis of the patient's physician.