• Ask Professor Tooth – March 2013

    Ashley from Columbia asks Professor tooth:

    “When I was younger, I received metal fillings on some of my molars. Is it possible to amend them into the less noticeable fillings?”

     

    Professor tooth answers:

    Dear Ashley,

    Thanks for your question! I wouldn’t recommend replacing Amalgam (Silver) fillings for Composite (White fillings) solely for aesthetic reasons. However,  it is possible and you can most certainly do it if you desire. Removing silver fillings is going to make the preparation bigger and cause unnecessary sensitivity to your teeth. Don’t hesitate to call us at (860) 645-0111 to schedule a consultation. We are open 7 days a week.

    If you have any questions you’d like to ask Professor tooth, please do so by sending an e-mail to cin.legault@columbiadental.com!

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