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What Will You Replace My Amalgam Fillings With?

What Will You Replace My Amalgam Fillings With?
Published By Dr. Rachel Hall at 30 January, 2019

 


What filling materials can be used instead of dental amalgam?

What will you replace my amalgam fillings with?

When performing safe amalgam removal it is vital that the new filling or tooth restoration will be non-toxic and non-allergenic as well as being strong enough to rebuild the tooth.

There are a number of alternatives depending upon the size of the original filling, its position in the mouth, biting pressures, etc.

Teeth can be restored with composite tooth coloured fillings, onlays (larger laboratory processed “fillings”) and crowns. We will discuss these options thoroughly prior to commencing treatment.

 


How do you choose what material to use in my mouth?

This is determined considering cost, location in the mouth, metal and material sensitivities that are known to the patient, and other factors. This is best determined at the time of your initial visit

We use tooth coloured composite fillings from a German manufacturer as they are BPA-free hardwearing long-lasting, non-allergenic and non-toxic. Also, they are designed to expand and contract the same way your tooth does so they do not cause cracks and splits in your teeth, unlike amalgam fillings.


 

  • Author - Rachel Hall

    Dr. Rachel Hall

    Rachel is the founder and principal dentist at Evolve Dental Healing with over 25 years experience, practicing holistically since 2001. Not your typical dentist, Rachel is a passionate opinion leader, challenging convention to empower people to make better dental and health choices, helping thousands to have healthy natural smiles. A respected writer and presenter on holistic dentistry, health and wellness it is Rachel’s mission to revolutionise the way people look at their dental health.

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