New Material Offers Natural & Effective Dental Filling

May 27, 2009

Global (ChattahBox) – Chinese and Canadian scientists are working on a new type of dental filing that will use natural materials, eliminating the need for dangerous plastic or silver fillings that can be potentially toxic.

There have long since been arguments over the dangers of certain chemicals in plastic and silver filings, but with a lack of alternatives it has been a matter of the lesser of two evils.

But not researchers have found that biles that reside in the gallbladder and liver can be turned into a powerful composite that is stronger, less dangerous, and less expensive then other dental materials.

Details on the study have been published in the ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.



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  3. Vancouver Cosmetic Dentist on May 30th, 2009 9:48 pm

    I believe that this will come a long way when introduced to the dental society in the whole world as today, cutting edge technologies were starting to be embraced by dental patients making them give in to a somewhat different gadgets and materials used today in dental services.

    I am a dentist and I believe that I will be one of those who will benefit from these kinds of discoveries and new technologies. Thank you very much for posting this information. I found it while browsing the internet for useful data regarding dentists and the community that I am in.

  4. Dentist Richmond Hill on September 11th, 2009 10:09 am

    Dental materials and technology has come a long way in the past 10 years. Major improvements have been made to better the oral health of many people. Thanks for posting this new development in dental filling materials.

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