Keep it away from children and pregnant women but don't write dental amalgam off, say experts
This article was originally published in SRA
Current safety evidence does not preclude the use of either amalgam or alternative materials in dental restorative treatment but, says a panel of European experts, for primary teeth and in pregnant women alternative materials to amalgam – of which mercury is a major component – should be the first choice1.
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