Cons for Dallas Composite Fillings
Just as there are advantages to choosing composite fillings for tooth restorations, there are also some disadvantages. For instance, although composite fillings are normally placed successfully during one dental visit, they take about 50% longer to place than amalgam fillings. The materials used in composite fillings are also rather pricey. This adds to the cost of composite fillings, which tend to be more expensive than silver ones.
Another con of composite fillings is that their placement requires special expertise and must be precisely executed to be successful. Often, if a composite filling is not successful, it is due to placement error. Book my appointment