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CONSUMER ALERT ! Silver fillings, otherwise known as amalgam fillings are made of 50% elemental mercury and constantly release toxic mercury vapor of which 80% is absorbed by the lungs and then distributed through out the body. Amalgam fillings are still widely used, although safe, durable and comparative cost alternatives exist.

Mercury Free is not the same as Mercury Safe
Just because your dentist does not place "silver" mercury amalgam dental fillings, does not mean the dentist is MERCURY FREE. Patients and staff are exposed to huge amounts of mercury vapor and particulate matter when amalgam fillings are polished and removed. Find a MERCURY SAFE dentist at dentallwellness4u.com
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  • The Right Dentist Makes All The Difference The Right Dentist Makes All The Difference

    Mercury removal from your mouth can be a difficult process at best if you want to do it safely. This article is a tribute to Dr. John Kempter or Concord, North Carolina,...

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  • An overview of the many cardiotoxic effects of Mercury An overview of the many cardiotoxic effects of Mercury
    In 1974, the National Institute of Health, part of the US Department of Health, Education and Welfare, translated and published a 333 page account of research from the Soviet Union on the effects of chronic exposure to mercury and its compounds. They reported that mercury affected the function of the heart in a variety of ways, including the ability of heart muscle to contract, and its electrical conductivity and regulation of cardiac activity.
  • Mercury vapour exposure during dental student training in amalgam removal Mercury vapour exposure during dental student training in amalgam removal
    Amalgam that is used for dental fillings contains approximately 50% elemental mercury. During dental student training, amalgam is often removed by drilling without the use of water spray and suction, which are protective measures in preventing mercury aerosol. In this study we measured mercury vapor levels in ambient air during amalgam removal as is typically performed in dental training.Image credit: diego_cervo / 123RF...
  • Mercury, APOE, and children’s neurodevelopment Mercury, APOE, and children’s neurodevelopment
    The benefit of the nutritious elements in fish is insufficient for explaining the controversial finding regarding prenatal mercury (Hg) exposure and neurodevelopment; the varying frequency of susceptible genes among these populations may shed light on these observations. However, limited studies have been reported on the association between genetic susceptibility, of prenatal Hg exposure and child development...
  • Evaluation of oral tissue response and blood levels of mercury released from dental amalgam in rats Evaluation of oral tissue response and blood levels of mercury released from dental amalgam in rats
    This study reveals that there is a positive correlation between blood mercury levels and oral tissue response in mother rats, however, the negative impact of mercury on oral tissues of offspring rats was due to high mercury levels in their mothers' blood during pregnancy. Further clinical studies are recommended to test our findings in man.  
  • Review of 25 studies and the effects of removing mercury amalgam silver fillings on health Review of 25 studies and the effects of removing mercury amalgam silver fillings on health
    This paper, written by Mats Hanson, examines studies from leading research institutes around the world. His research reveals that there has been a documented trend in positive health changes after removal of amalgam fillings since as far back as 1986 (at least!)

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