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How Long Will Temporary Dental Fillings Last?

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A temporary dental filling lasts for up to two months before starting to fall out. A temporary tooth filling is normally done when the dentist wants the tooth to heal in the case where the blood vessels and the interior nerves are exposed while removing a diseased tissue.
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I've seen some last 6-9 months but 2-3 weeks is the norm. If you are afraid, explore the various ways you can have this done to help with your fears. Delaying the inevitable will
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The average life span of a white filling is five to 10 years. This may vary over time, though, as materials continue to improve. Some patients believe white fillings are healthier
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about 1 or 2 months. sometimes more, but I would not risk it. mine fell out after 2.5 months out. From my own personal experience: If you live in the U.S but received the treatment
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Dentemp filling will start to chip about a week after you put it in
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A temporary dental filling should last about five full weeks. However, if you're noticing the filling is loose, please go to your dentist ASAP. ...
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