Composite resin
Ceramic inlay/onlay
Ceramic veneer
Dental Implant
Teeth whitening
Laser teeth whitening
Teeth cleaning
Root Canal Treatment
Teeth Replacement
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  Restoring Your Smile:

Researchers continue to refine the ceramic and composite resins that mimic the appearance of natural teeth. This provides dentists and patients today with excellent choices in dealing with missing, worn, damaged and decayed teeth. The older, more traditional dental restoratives, including gold, base metal alloys and dental amalgam, are still available as well.

Concerns About Mercury : Dental amalgam, a compound of mercury and other metals, is often called a silver filling because of its appearance.  While dental amalgam continues to be used as a restorative material, some have raised concern because of the potential toxicity of its mercury content.

At present the overall research indicates that although mercury by itself is classified as a toxic material, the mercury in amalgam, chemically combined with other metals, is stable and safe for use in filling and restoring teeth. We at Grace Dental believe, therefore, that the main reasons for changing old amalgam fillings are corrosion, secondary decay, leakage and esthetics. 
What's Right for Me?  
With so many choices, how do you know what's right for you? The ultimate
decision about what to use is best determined by the patient in consultation
with the dentist. 

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