Long controversial, soon to be banned throughout the EU: Dental fillings made from amalgam. After lengthy discussions about the health risks posed by the high mercury content in dental fillings made from amalgam, the EU recently decided that amalgam fillings will no longer be permitted from January 1, 2025.

We rely on compatible materials for dental restoration

For us at the Q dental practice, this makes little difference: we rely on compatible materials for all methods of dental restoration. We focus on the health of our patients. We do not take any risks or make any compromises.

We have therefore been working for a long time with compatible alternative materials, which are now to become EU-wide regulations from 2025. Dental ceramics are a popular alternative to amalgam. It is particularly stable, well tolerated and durable. Ceramic dentures also set standards in terms of aesthetics: when correctly processed, they are almost indistinguishable from natural teeth. For maximum aesthetics, we carry out an individual color test in our in-house dental laboratory.

You can find more information about our range of dentures here. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us directly.

Banned from 2025: Fillings made from amalgam.