Non-colored fillings

Restoration and treatment

Non-colored fillings

Filling toothache that has been affected by severe decay is essential. Because the rotten teeth are getting worse and, after a while, only one root remains. It also spoils the side teeth. You can use amalgam to fill these teeth

This is a dark and dark matter that is applied to the back teeth. An unbroken material of silver, called “amalgam”, which is very similar to the filler material in terms of function. Because it has high resistance and endures against corrosive materials. At the same time, its price and cost are lower than the filler material of gold and has a high durability against expansion and contraction. This prevents repaired teeth from breaking.

Filling the teeth with amalgam

Before the patient’s teeth are restored, the restorative dentist examines her teeth in terms of sex, position, color and extent. If the broken tooth is in the middle between the toothpastes and the lower one, the filler must be more durable and durable, and its beauty is not important because it is hidden from the eyes of the surrounding people. Therefore, the non-finely-colored silver is the best option for this type of dentist. In the past, the most consumable tooth-restoration agent was amalgam, which is made up of mercury with an alloy and also alloys such as silver, copper and tin. This material has been in the field of dentistry for almost two centuries and has been certified by many beauty experts and dental practitioners for its many benefits. The only case that is discussed in relation to amalgam is the use of mercury in its manufacture, which is sometimes rejected by the opposition and it is considered harmful by olangam. This is while the mercury substance is completely solid in the teeth and its negative impact on the health of the patients has been completely ruled out.

Features of amalgam filling agent

If the caries are small, this material is sometimes used to repair the invisible surfaces of the teeth.
The substance becomes darker after it is in the mouth, gradually becoming darker.
Extreme endurance and, if followed care after treatment, it lasts up to 15 years.
This material is non-stable and is made from an alloy.

How to repair teeth using amalgam

First, the dentist carefully examines the patient’s teeth and photographs them if necessary. This will help the restorative beauty dentist to determine the amount of dental caries that remains hidden, which will allow the dentist to cure it.

Amalgam then combines with liquid mercury. This makes the formulation of the non-resin filler material easy to place inside the toothpick and to fill the entire empty space. The substance of amalgam is formed when it enters the teeth, the dentist shapes it with special equipment and creates the grooves and prominences of a natural tooth. The brush of the tooth is also done at the end due to special brushes. The patient should also return to the dentist after a week’s treatment.

Non-poisonous filling characteristics


Treatment and restoration of teeth are done with this method in a short time. Restoration of decayed teeth with amalgam is easy and hard to do. This leads to better repair. It can also be rebuilt naturally in the shape and structure of the teeth. The strength of this material is very high so that it does not warp or break up against the pressure from the chewing and therefore its durability is also higher.


Since the substance does not have a toothless colored amalgam and is silvery and dark, it can not be used for anterior teeth. Unless tooth decay is small. In this case, the dentist should also have a great deal of skill in using amalgam to stay hidden. Also, if the total decay rate is too high, so that the whole tooth structure is degraded, amalgam will not be suitable. In these cases teeth should be coated. Some people also have allergies to amalgam, which can not be used. Another disadvantage of this substance is the changes in the temperature in the mouth, which causes the contraction and expansion of the material over time, resulting in damage to the integrity of the tooth.