Shark tooth filling colour A2

The question of colour A2 arose of this molar 4.6 repair four months old. Should it go lighter to A1 for the next batch? Noticable are slight amalgam remains barely visible to the naked eye. Restrained amalgam removal was to prevent the tooth from desintegrating. Anyway, the GCP filling was to all satisfaction of the patient. Only the roots received HealOzone maintenance care this session.

Shark teeth root filling premolar

This retired civil engeneer from the former island of Wieringen 77 years of age requested his premolar 24 to be repaired. The element was still slightly bleeding on preparing with HealOzone. Nevertheless the Glass Carbomer repair was proceeded. Two capsules were applied. Polishing was limited for now to let the Shark teeth filling material adhere properly enough in time. The procedure was non-invasive with no drilling, self adhesive with no etching. Solo with no assistant. The prognosis is fair. In any case some defect should be easily resolved with GCP. The risk of reaction is nill. HealOzone wih Glass Carbomer makes an excellent combination in my experience.

Challenging shark teeth repairs

This building contractor calculator lady 48 years of age had defective molars 47 and 36. Today was the second attempt to get the fillings to hold without adding posts. Inflammation and infection was under control assured with another HealOzone session right before placement of the Glass Carbomer filling material. Follow up in two months. Two GCP Heat lamps for 5 times 30 seconds were applied. The 47 molar still needs to be trimmed somewhat. No painfull reactions are to be expected. The only concern is the repairs to hold. Improved double heating with the GCP lamps may have resolved this.