replacing silver fillings 
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 replacing silver fillings

Only  the existing filling would have to be removed. If there is any
decay under the filling, then that would have to be removed also.
 An inlay is a great restoritive option.  Loss of tooth structure is
minimal, because no undercuts are needed to  " Lock" in the inlay.
The inlay is then bonded to your tooth .  

Fri, 17 Mar 2000 03:00:00 GMT
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