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Dental Fillings Directory

Fillings are used to treat dental cavities after the decayed part of the tooth is removed. The fillings may be made of gold, porcelain, amalgam, or composite materials. There are differences that include cost and durability. Two types of indirect fillings are also available: inlays and onlays. The indirect fillings are used when the tooth needs more than a filling but is not damaged enough to use a crown. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how fillings are done, advantages of each type, and much more.

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