Dental Filling

Amalgam is a blend of silver, tin, zinc, copper and mercury. Mercury is almost 50% of the blend. Amalgam fillings are solid and stronger. They can withstand the masticatory forces. A blend of plastic and fine glass particles called composite resin. Gold composite (gold blended with different metals) utilized as a part of cast gold as Gold doesn't erode. Porcelain, mostly utilized as a part of pottery filling. Earthenware production is more impervious to recoloring and scraped spot than composite gum. Acrylic and a segment of glass called fluoroaluminosilicate. Glass ionomers discharge fluoride, which can help shield the tooth from additionally rot.

 

  • Amalgam
  • Composite Resin
  • Cast Gold Restorations
  • Ceramics
  • Glass Ionomer Cement

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