• Direct Gold Filling 12 - Sep - 2012, at 00:17 AM

  • Apart from filling materials like amalgam, Glass Ionomer cement, composites, gold fillings have gained much importance in the field of conservative dentistry. The importance of gold lies in its strength and shelf life. A gold filling once placed can last as long as 15 to 30 years. You might..

  • Problems with High Dental Filling 06 - Jan - 2012, at 04:16 AM - 3

  • Filling is called as high if dentist allows too much of filling material to project from the tooth cavity. High dental filling is not an uncommon event. Before dental filling, local anesthesia is given to the patient. It is difficult for patient to precisely duplicate a normal jaw relation when..

  • Types of Tooth Pain after Dental Filling 22 - May - 2011, at 01:42 AM - 79

  • The best way to save a decayed or broken tooth is by having a filling done. This is not only a great help for the functionality of the tooth but also helps in the person’s appearance. The first thing that the dentist does is to go ahead and fill the tooth. This will be when the corroded ma..

  • Reasons of Tooth Ache or Pain after Dental Filling 22 - May - 2011, at 00:47 AM - 170

  • There can be numerous reasons for a patient to have pain after getting dental filling. The reasons for having tooth pain after dental filling can vary from high dental filling for various other reasons. These can reasons for having pain after dental filling are discussed as under. Tooth Pain..

  • Problems with Dental Fillings 21 - May - 2011, at 23:56 PM

  • Though filling is one of the simplest and oldest dental treatments but still there can be numerous problems faced by a patient who have got dental filling. These can vary from filling fallout to sensitivity, pain etc in tooth. The most common problem is that the filling done by dentist falls out..

  • There might be some folks who feel sensitivity after they have undergone a filling. The tooth might continue to remain sensitive to certain things such as the pressure, air, sweet foods or cold. The most frequent fillings that cause this kind of sensitivity are composite fillings. Other fillings..

  • Dental cavities are most common dental ailment. Once you suspect that you need filling from the symptoms like pain in tooth, black or brown staining on tooth or self examination, then you have to schedule a visit you to your dentist who find out whether you need filling or not. There are several..

  • Problem after Amalgam Dental Filling 11 - May - 2011, at 00:34 AM - 7

  • Problems after Amalgam Dental Filling Dental fillings are done in order to restore a carious tooth to its normal form and function. Various materials have been used as filling materials. The most commonly used materials are composites and silver amalgam. Though the fillings are done for normal fun..

  • Problems After Composite Restorations or Fillings Most commonly used filling material is the composite filling material as it is tooth colored associated with and adhere well to the tooth. In this minimum tooth material is lost as the filling ahs mechanical bonding with the tooth. It is an estheti..

  • FDA Update on Mercury Dental Fillings 21 - Jan - 2010, at 09:57 AM

  • If you have been worried about your mercury fillings and what harm they might be causing your health, you will be certainly interested to know what FDA is saying about it. The FDA has declared mercury fillings to be absolutely safe for users. The FDA has investigated 200 scientific cases and has co..

  • How Mercury is used in Dental Fillings 21 - Jan - 2010, at 09:47 AM

  • The exposure of human beings to mercury can be really harmful. It can cause human beings untold hardship in the form of sinus attacks, headaches and an overall feeling of malaise and lethargy. There have been people who have been exposed to mercury and who have felt untold fatigue and exhaustion.&n..

  • Average cost of Dental Filling 05 - Sep - 2009, at 04:29 AM - 1

  • Dental fillings are of several kinds. However, if you were to opt for the best which are the composite resin fillings then the cost will be anywhere in the range of $150 to $200. Whereas, metal filling, will cost you about $75 to $ 145 per filling. Hence, on an average the dental filling costs a..

  • Management Of Mercury Spills 01 - Aug - 2008, at 09:02 AM

  • Mercury emits vapors into the air, when liquid mercury spills it separates into droplets releasing more vapors making it difficult to collect. The vapor is very toxic, odorless and colorless, very small amounts of mercury can release enough vapor to make the air harmful. The longer people breath..

  • Why Do Dentists Use Dental Amalgams 01 - Aug - 2008, at 08:52 AM

  • Dental amalgam has withstood the test of time, that is why it is the material of choice. It has a 150 year proven track record and is still one of the safest, durable and least expensive materials to fill a cavity. It is estimated that more than one billion amalgam restorations (fillings) are pla..

  • Patient Protection During Amalgam Removal 01 - Aug - 2008, at 08:30 AM

  • Place a rubber dam around the tooth to isolate it from the body. Provide an alternative source of air to patient. Cover all skin (exposed) with material that is impermeable to mercury vapor and dust. Place a salvia ejector under the dam to remove mercury vapor that penetrates the latex. U..

  • What Is Dental Amalgam 01 - Aug - 2008, at 07:51 AM

  • Amalgam technically means an alloy of mercury (Hg) with any other metal. Most people recognize dental amalgams as silver fillings. Dental amalgam is a mixture of mercury and an alloy of silver, tin and copper. Mercury makes up about 45-50% of compound.   Mercury is used to bind..

  • Mercury In Dental Amalgam 30 - Jul - 2008, at 21:42 PM

  • Mercury is an essential component of dental amalgam. It is used to properly amalgamate the alloy particles to form a uniform mix. The amount of mercury in dental amalgam depends upon the type of alloy which is used. Generally amalgam fillings contain 50% mercury.  The better method of red..

  • Composite fillings are a mixture of powdered glass and plastic resin, sometimes referred to as white, plastic or tooth-colored fillings. They have various advantages over conventional fillings. The composite fillings are best considered for cosmetic reasons as they are tooth colored and are pref..

  • How Are Fillings Placed 26 - Jul - 2008, at 00:08 AM

  • There are few problems which one can face after the composite fillings. Most common is sensitivity. After the filling some times patient has the problem of sensitivity to cold, sweet, temperature change. Normally this sensitivity goes in a week or so and patient is comfortable afterwards.If it d..

  • Coloured Fillings Available 25 - Jul - 2008, at 23:40 PM

  • Glass Ionomer Fillings (GIC) - These are also used as tooth colored fillings. They do not come in many shades and are therefore not suitable for front teeth. They are not strong as composites and therefore limited in their use to small cavities or parts of tooth which are not stress bearing. They h..

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