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June 19th, 2014 | Live Cases | No comments

Replacement of restorations

Amalgam restorations are reputable to be long lasting. But despite the endurance, there are a couple of reasons which does not favour its usage over Composites. The case below demonstrates a result which can never be achieved using amalgam.      

June 19th, 2014 | Live Cases | No comments

Scaling and Polishing

Scaling is a process of removing stains and hard bacterial deposits stucked on the tooth. These hard deposits are known as Calculus, or Tartar. It is commonly found at areas where pooling of saliva occurs. Often mistaken as part of the tooth,  its presence always grow undetected by the host;...

May 24th, 2014 | Live Cases | No comments

Replacing and Polishing Anterior Composite Fillings

Composites are the best method available to date to fill up dental cavities — especially situations which demands for superior aesthetics.   Composite restorations may last for a very long time, but as time passes, the microstructure of the surface may suffer the inevitable wear and tear damage. The altered...

April 22nd, 2014 | Live Cases | No comments

Posterior Composite Fillings

Amalgam, or commonly referred to as ‘black’ fillings were popular back in those days where you can still watch a movie with twenty cents (or i was told). Technically, Amalgam is silver rather than black in colour. The oxidation of the surface layer causes it to appear black. Well, it...