What is the classification of dental amalgam?
What are the types of amalgam?
- Dental amalgam.
- Potassium amalgam.
- Sodium amalgam.
- Aluminum amalgam.
- Ammonium amalgam.
What is a Class 1 amalgam?
What are the main components of amalgam?
What is the definition of amalgams?
What is a Class 2 restoration?
What is a Class 2 amalgam restoration?
What is a Class 3 restoration?
What are the uses of amalgam?
What type of mercury is in amalgam fillings?
What is the formula of amalgam?
|General Amalgam Information|
|Environment:||Base metal ore deposits with oxidisable mercury sulfides.|
What is the difference between admix and spherical amalgam?
What color is amalgam filling?
What is the toxicity of mercury?
Depending on the type and amount, exposures to mercury can damage the nervous system, kidneys, liver and immune system. Breathing mercury vapors can harm the nervous system, lungs and kidneys. Mercury vapors can pass easily from the lungs to the bloodstream.
What is the difference between a composite filling and amalgam?
Which is stronger amalgam or composite?
How is amalgam cured?
How can you differentiate the two types of filling?
What are the advantages of amalgam?
They are very durable and capable of lasting for over a decade or more with proper care. Due to their strength, they can fill fairly large cavities within the teeth. The lower expense of amalgam fillings can be a relief to patients on a budget.
What is the difference between amalgam and alloy?
Why is amalgam cheaper than composite?
Since metal is less expensive to produce, most dentists offer it. Patients often choose metal fillings because they are cheaper.