Replacing amalgam fillings


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I have read that it is necessary to go to a biological dentist to have an old cavity re-filled. I had one done today with a non-biological denttist who used a roof dam.

I live in Massachusetts and I read negative reviews on the few biological dentists who aren't too far from my house.

Your thoughts?

Thanks,
Karen
 
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Oct 10, 2014
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I've never heard of a biological dentist. But I know that any dentist can replace fillings. However, if the dentist looks at the fillings and there is nothing wrong with them it could be a hard sell for a dentist to replace good fillings. And know that usually insurance won't pay for replacing fillings that are not defective. Hope this helps,

Garrett Fiorenza, DDS
www.fiorenzadentalgroup.com
Greenwood, IN
 

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