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Why do fresh cavities form from the margins of sliver amalgam fillings on teeth?
Silver amalgam fillings predominantly contain silver a known bactericidal agent and mercury which a known toxin and has bactericidal property. So how is it that the plaque bacteria survive near the ...
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