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Is coverin a ceramic bowl of food with kitchen foil as effective as non-metallic container? If says transfer to non-metallic container n refriderate
Yes: kitchen foil will not touch the food unless it is very full ...Read more
What can I use to prevent my ceramic bowls from going to waste? Told to not use them but I am 60 so is it ok?
It depends on source: The glazes on many ceramics do contain lead and this has been shown to leach into foods, esp. Acidic foods. Ceramics produced in the us since the 1990's is often lead-free but older ceramics & imported ceramics may have lead. Lead is unhealthy at any age. The fda advises limiting use of old or imported ceramics to special occasions. See http://www.Cprm.Gov.Br/pgagem/manuscripts/sheetsr.Htm. ...Read more
Which crown is better for molar after rct? Steel, ceramic or steel fused porcelain? Asthetically as well as durebility wise?
No steel: Crowns are made from precious metals and/or porcelain, so steel is out of the question. An all metal crown is not the most esthetic, but you will never have porcelain breaking off of it. A well fitting pfm or full porcelain crown should also last a long time. The choice is yours, and your bite and size of tooth also play a role. Discuss with your dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cost: This is variable. Would contact the facility or provider to obtain more information about the anticipated cost. ...Read more
Ceramic crowns: There are many types of ceramic crowns fabricated from different materials. Everyone has its own specific properties. There is no one "ideal" type. Different dentists tend to have their own preference based upon their own experiences. Regarding translucency, while everyone can be individualized, some are more opaque than others. Focus on the quality of care rather than on materials. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: No, it is not safe to smoke out of ceramic pipes. The smoke is toxic to the human body. ...Read more
How much porcelain/ceramic crown for tooth 7 and 8 usually cost? Which one is better metal/ceramic or porcelain/ceramic crown?
How hard is it to have a metal filling replaced with ceramic material? Is this suggested, or is it best to leave the filling in as is?
Not very hard: Its harder to give a complete answer because of not knowing why you asked as well as the type of material you are talking about. If there is nothing wrong with the filling leave as is. Are you referring to an amalgam or gold inlay? By ceramic are you referring to composite or a porcelain type like a crown that a dental lab makes? If a real large filling, a partial or full ceramic crown is option. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers