The amalgam fillings, which often have mercury in them, are long lasting and fairly durable and dentists argue that the mercury is not a problem. Still, it is disconcerting to have mercury in your mouth, they are more obvious than tooth-colored fillings, and they require more drilling. Composite fillings bind to your teeth so they are more resistant to tooth fracture but generally last slightly less long – although the difference is becoming less and less with advancements in dentistry. Most dentists seem in favor of the composite.
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