filling meterial

Amalgam : This is a relatively classic filling material. The advantage is that it is very wear-resistant and is also a very reliable filling material for the posterior teeth. The disadvantage is that it is not aesthetically pleasing, and the operation of the silver-mercury vapor is harmful to the human body and the environment. Therefore, fewer and fewer people are using it.

Glass ion resin : Glass ion resin is another tooth-filling material. Usually used in deciduous teeth, near gums and neck. It adheres to the teeth and the fluorinated it helps to strengthen the teeth and prevent sputum. Sensitive conditions after filling the teeth are also rare. The disadvantage is that its texture is weaker than composite materials and silver-mercury and is easier to wear and the color is not as good as the resin material.

Composite : Composite is a commonly used filling material. The advantage is that the color is the same as the teeth. It is very realistic, beautiful and has good strength. A good material for the whole. The disadvantage is that it will wear out, age, and some will fall off.

Inlay: An inlay is a restoration that is embedded inside the tooth to restore the shape and function of the tooth defect. According to the inlay covering the tooth surface, it can be divided into single-sided inlay, double-sided inlay and multi-faceted inlay. According to the different inlay materials, it can be divided into alloy inlays, resin, porcelain inlays.

Porcelain inlays have porcelain inlays directly fabricated on refractory materials; ceramic inlays with CAD/CAM grinding, cast inlays cast after wax embedding on models, they have Excellent aesthetic performance.