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Glass ionomer cement

Glass Ionomer Cement – A Dental Restorative Material

Glass ionomer cement is a dental restorative material, used as a filling and luting material. It is based on the reaction between silicate glass and polyacrylic acid.
Dental Cement

What is Dental Cement & How It Works with Crowns?

Dental cements are group materials that have a wide range of application in dentistry. Common uses of dental cements include insulation and cementing of fixed prosthodontic appliances such as a crown or dental bridge, cavity linings to provide pulpal protection, temporary restoration of teeth.
Can You Eat After a Filling

Can You Eat After a Filling? Chewing Tips After Tooth Filling

Usually, you have to be extra careful during the first two to three weeks after dental filling. Avoid eating foods that are hard, crunchy, chewy, and sticky. Also, avoid too much hot or cold food. You have to bite gently and chew slowly. Try to eat with your mouth closed.
Tooth Filling Fell Out

Tooth Filling Fell Out – What to do & How to Take Care for...

A filling can come out for many reasons, and the ideal thing is to have it restored by your dentist. It doesn't actually matter how well a tooth is worked on. There is no guarantee for any filling. Hence, do not be surprised at dislodgement and make sure you visit your dentist regularly and care for your teeth.
temporary filling

Temporary Filling – What is It and How Do You Maintain It?

A temporary filling is a paste containing Zinc Oxide and Eugenol. It is a transition step from the treatment of our teeth to the permanent filling. It is placed in our teeth after a dentist completes a dental procedure.
types of fillings

Types of Fillings – Know Different Types of Dental Fillings & their Selection Criteria

After consultation, you may have to decide one of material from different types of fillings available in the market. So, how do you choose between different types of dental fillings such as amalgam, composite resin, cast gold fillings, ceramics, etc?

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