In my clinic, I apply the SMART amalgam removal protocol determined by the International Academy of Oral Health and Toxicology (IAOMT) with all the necessary equipment during the removal of amalgam (silver) fillings.
According to scientific publications, dentists, auxiliary staff and the patient are exposed to very high amounts of mercury vapor during removal of amalgam fillings. It has been shown that the level of mercury in the blood increases very high in filling removal procedures performed without taking any measures. This situation can cause serious problems, especially in those with a genetic predisposition. It creates a serious toxic burden on the body that must be expelled even in more resilient people.
As well as removing the fillings, evaluating the general health status of the patient beforehand, preparing the procedure, evaluating the materials to be used in terms of biocompatibility with the patient and then giving an idea about what they can do to reduce the toxic burden on the body are important points from the point of view of biological dentistry.
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Amalgam fillings are also a personal issue for me, as I turned to biological dentistry, when I faced problems that may be caused by amalgam fillings around 2016. I read this report page by page of IAOMT, which created a situation report by scanning perhaps all the articles on the subject, accessed the quoted articles and published a translation of some of them on my site. Then I started to take all the precautions I could take for my own patients. However, since the special vacuum device, which is considered to be one of the most important parts of the dismantling, positioned near the face of the patient and filtering mercury, was not available in our country, I could not use it at first. After I managed to procure the device, I applied for SMART certification. I would like to remind you that the physician’s own statement is completely trusted for certification and this certificate is not sufficient.