Mercury Toxicity


Mercury Removal

Mercury Removal

Most people don’t love visiting the dentist. In fact, many people avoid the dentist at all costs. But could there actually be medical reasons to stay away from your dentist’s office and out of that chair? According to the FDA, the answer is YES! Mercury and Your Mouth We’ve all read the seafood warnings:”The FDA recommends that women who are pregnant…limit consumption of certain seafood...

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Fred Morales – Testimonial

Fred Morales – Testimonial

Most people don’t love visiting the dentist. In fact, many people avoid the dentist at all costs. But could there actually be medical reasons to stay away from your dentist’s office and out of that chair? According to the FDA, the answer is YES! Mercury and Your Mouth We’ve all read the seafood warnings:”The FDA recommends that women who are pregnant…limit consumption of certain seafood...

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Dental Amaglam (Mercury) Fillings are FDA Class II

Mercury & Metal Removal

Most people don’t love visiting the dentist. In fact, many people avoid the dentist at all costs. But could there actually be medical reasons to stay away from your dentist’s office and out of that chair? According to the FDA, the answer is YES! Mercury and Your Mouth We’ve all read the seafood warnings:”The FDA recommends that women who are pregnant…limit consumption of certain seafood...

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The World Health Organization urges “switch” away from amalgam

The World Health Organization urges “switch” away from amalgam

Great news from Charlie Brown at Consumers for Dental Choice. I can’t say it much better than he did, so you can read his letter verbatim, below. The World Health Organization urges “switch” away from amalgam In a clear sign that dentistry’s amalgam era is fading, the World Health Organization (“WHO”) just released its long-awaited report on dental amalgam.  In Future Use of Materials for Dental...

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Effects of Metals on the Nervous System of Humans and Animals

Several metals have toxic actions on nerve cells and neurobehavorial functioning. These toxic actions can be expressed either as developmental effects or as an increased risk of neurodegenerative diseases in old age. The major metals causing neurobehavioral effects after developmental exposure are lead and methylmercury. Lead exposure in young children results in a permanent loss of IQ of approximately 5 to 7 IQ points, and...

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