Should I replace my old metal amalgam fillings with tooth-colored composite fillings?

If you are over the age of 30 or 40 and had a cavity when you were younger, it's likely that you may have one or more metal amalgam fillings, as these were the only option for many years. Metal amalgam is no longer a preferred material for dental restorations due to its many drawbacks, and at TopDental we use only high-quality materials for oral rehabilitation including tooth-colored composite; composite or e.max (lithium disilicate) onlays or inlays; and e.max or zirconia crowns. One of the more common questions that patients ask me when they come in for their routine dental cleaning and examination is whether and when they should remove their old amalgam fillings and replace them with newe

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