Question:

B”H Thank you for your help.
My question is: If a person has porcelain dental work that they got during a time when they were not yet keeping kosher, but now years later B”H keep strictly kosher, is the porcelain in their mouth like a not- permitted porcelain plate that had not kosher hot meat served on it? Does the dental work have to be changed to have it be kosher, or this is not necessary…thank you!

Answer:

There is no need to change the dental work. One of the reasons is because the food was not hot enough when it was put inside you mouth the make the teeth trief. Essentially this would be an issue even for people that are religious, since their dental work absorbed milk and meat.

Best wishes

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