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I think i have a wobbly bonded filling, what should i do?

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Dr. Kevin Owoc answered

Specializes in Dentistry - Prosthodontics

See Your dentist: If the filling is loose, you should see your dentist. He or she will remove the old filling and simply place another. If there is any cavity underneath the old filling, it will be removed.

Answered 8/24/2013

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Dr. Gary Sandler answered

Specializes in Dentistry

Bonded filling: Set up an appointment with your dentist so he/she can evaluate the filling and the tooth, tell you what's wrong and what needs to be done. Fillings should not be or feel loose. The problem could be a break in the bond of the filling to the tooth, fracture in the filling or the tooth, or a loose filling from insufficient support or caries (tooth decay).

Answered 11/12/2018

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