The relative contribution of existing polymerbased fillings to Bisphenol A is lowUni Research Health
Researchers at Uni Research have compared the concentration of Bisphenyl A in saliiva among persons with and without polymer-based dental materials.
By Rune Rolvsjord
The result suggest that the relative contribution of existing polymerbased dental fillings to total Bispeheny A exposure is low.
The study is published in the journal Clinical Oral Investigations
April 18, 2017, 2:05 p.m.