This is the last in our series of blogs on Composite filling material. It may be a good time to re-read the first two issues. In this blog we will look at the disadvantages of composite filling material. Here we … Continue readingRead more
In addition to a good clinical examination, there are two types of x rays that are needed in order to provide a thorough diagnosis. These x rays that provide two dimensional images are known as Bitewings (BW) and Periapicals (PA). … Continue readingRead more
I felt it necessary to write this entry…‘what to expect after a filling is done’, because people tend to get a little discouraged if they have some sensitivity with a tooth which they didn’t have before their filling was done. … Continue readingRead more
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Dr Axelrad and Staff