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Zirconium oxide

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by Danica, Sep 5, 2019.

  1. Danica

    Danica New Member

    Hi Jack,

    I had crowns and bridges done a few years ago when my root-canal teeth were removed. I have not seen improvement in health since then, if anything, my health has worsened. The crowns and bridges that I had done were zirconium oxide. I have read on the forum that zirconium is conductive so should be removed. What other material would work instead? Also, is there a way to test if there are conductive materials in the mounth that were used as part of dental procedures? If there anything else that I should be aware of and tell my dentist about if I get the crowns/bridges replaced? Would there be any metal used in fillings if they are plastic? Thank you.
     

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