The dental practice of Neumann Berlin informs must restored teeth due to caries or other problems, are nowadays very popular ceramic inlays. The Berlin dentist Andreas Neumann informs about the durable and aesthetic alternative to amalgam fillings. The use of silver amalgam as a dental filling can be traced back to the year 1818. A high resistance to the loads in the mouth and an ease of handling it has helped that amalgam is used up to the present day. However, the traditional filling material due to its mercury content and poor aesthetic quality in the present is increasingly controversial. Thanks to the development of suitable dental ceramics is a versatile replacement for amalgam fillings available. Ceramic inlays are suitable in particular for the restoration of greater damage. Thanks to its bio-compatibility and resistance to chemical and mechanical influences keep the typical ceramic inlays Loads in the mouth was up to 15 years. At the same time, they meet highest aesthetic demands thanks to their natural colour and translucency. Ceramic inlays must be made to measure in contrast to amalgam fillings, to the piece. This is done either in an external dental laboratory or by computerized grinding and milling procedures in the dental practice. To use a mechanically stable inlays, removes the dentist with her not only caries-infected tooth, but creates a larger gap in the healthy tooth substance, the inlay is pasted in the. Keep, ideally, the used special glue, is the smooth enamel etched easily. Dental ceramics own not only to the production of fillings. Veneers, bridges and implant-supported tooth replacement can be produced out of them and make it the most versatile materials that are used in modern dentistry. Currently, the cost of dental ceramics, but not from the be Primary care of statutory health insurance companies covered. In dental restoration Andreas Neumann of Berlin dentist is his patients with expert advice and treatment to the page if it comes to realize an amalgam free dental restoration, meet the aesthetic demands. Press contact dentist Neumann Andreas Neumann Hauptstrasse 87 12159 Berlin Tel: 030-850 762 40 fax: 030-850 762 39 E-Mail: website:
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