As you browse store shelves and plastic products, you’ve probably noticed a growing number of BPA-free labels. BPA (bisphenol A) is an industrial chemical that’s been used in some plastics and resins since the 1950s. Not only is it found in water bottles and plastic containers, but it has also held a commonplace in dental restorations. While BPA has been used for generations, there are growing health concerns about its possible effects on the body. With your oral health linked to your overall well-being, it’s normal to have concerns about what you’re putting into your body. Thankfully, you can invest in a healthy smile using biocompatible dental materials.
October 14, 2022
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