Do your products contain Bisphenol A (BPA)?

FAQ Answer: 

There are traces of Bisphenol A (BPA) in composite resin materials used in dentistry. When compared, however, with other sources of BPA (hard polycarbonate water bottles, some baby bottles, and the lining of food cans and bottle tops), these dental materials pose significantly lower exposure concerns. The ADA believes any concern about potential BPA exposure from dental sealants or composites is unwarranted at this time. To learn more about BPA and exposure risk with dental materials pleaseĀ click here.

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