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Answered 2020-04-28 10:45:10

There are many types of fillings available for teeth like Amalgam, Metals, GIC, Composite, Ceramic etc. The best tooth fillings for you will depend on cost and your aesthetic preferences. There is a wide variety of materials used for filling cavities and they vary in strength and color. Our dentists at Sabkadentist prefer the composite filligs as they are durable and tooth colored. All these fillings have their own pros and cons.

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