Dental fillings

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meli77
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Hi,
So I have a few fillings but weirdly they are not white. Shouldn’t they be white? They are bluish-blackish. I should have asked my dentist. Are they going to fade slowly and become white?
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There are two types of fillings: white (composite) fillings and metal (amalgam ) fillings. You have metal fillings, and no, they won't turn white.
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Oh I see! What is the difference?
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