White dental fillings are aesthetically superior to their mercury-filled counterparts, but how do they compare in terms of strength and safety? Let’s find out!
A dental filling is a restoration used to fill cavities. It’s used when a tooth has been decayed by acids in your mouth or has become weakened due to an injury. Dental fillings are one of two types, either amalgam or composite (white) fillings. Amalgam fillings are silver-colored and composites come in several shades, including white.
Both amalgam and composite materials can repair tooth decay and restore strength to damaged teeth. White fillings are preferred over amalgams for their strength, durability, aesthetics and health benefits.
Metal based mercury or silver fillings can leak into your mouth and bloodstream, potentially causing a number of health issues like: Nervous system damage, muscle weakness and reduced motor function, nausea, vomiting, headaches and irritability. In some cases mercury can also cause rashes or chronic fatigue syndrome.
The first sign that you have a problem is when you begin to see new silver fillings discoloring over time. Some people start to feel sick during or after having amalgam fillings placed in their teeth. If you are experiencing one or more of these problems then it's important that you get your mercury fillings removed as soon as possible to avoid developing long-term health conditions from them leaking toxins into your body over time.
White fillings are made of resin and contain no mercury, so they aren’t toxic to your body. Traditional amalgam fillings, on the other hand, are made of a combination of silver, tin, copper and mercury which can leak in your mouth, potentially causing a variety of health issues.
WHITE FILLINGS BENEFITS
• Look Better
• Feel Better
• Are Stronger
• More Durable
• and Healthier
At this point in time there is no doubt about the superiority of white dental fillings.
Mercury fillings have been around for more than 200 years and were long considered to be a safe and stable filling material. Recent research has found, however, that Mercury fillings are unsafe. Mercury is a toxic substance that can slowly leach out of your fillings and into your body over time.
Dr. Mike Deldar at Deldar Dental in Noblesville IN, is a
With a holistic approach, Dr. Deldar applies safe treatment techniques when removing existing mercury fillings. Deldar Dental focuses on helping prevent oral diseases instead of treating it, therefore improving your quality of life.
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