Damaged, Leaky, And Shrunken: When To Have Fillings Replaced
If you have multiple fillings, chances are you'll need to have at least one replaced during your lifetime. Silver fillings are generally expected to last 10 to 15 years, and composite resin fillings have an even shorter life expectancy. Fortunately, there are signs that let you know when to have your fillings replaced. Damaged Fillings For your teeth, the day-to-day grind is real—and it has a substantial impact on fillings. Despite their durability, many fillings will eventually fail due to constant pressure from biting and chewing.