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Question – Answer: Should Amalgam Fillings Be Removed?

By 19/06/2019September 27th, 2020Biological Dentistry, Safe Amalgam Removal

I announced a few weeks ago that I would answer the questions I received on my Instagram account. I decided to share the answers on my website, too, so that they may also be reached by a web search.

The first question I answered, as I thought it could serve as a basis for this subject, was:

“The dentist that I wanted to have amalgam filling removed said that this was not necessary, the amalgams could expose you to high amounts of mercury only during placing and removal, that the current filling would not cause a health problem, and that there was no scientific study on this subject. Are these true?”

And my answer is:

When amalgam filling is first made and removed, the highest amount of mercury is released, it’s true (That’s why we don’t fill in anyway and we take precautions while removing the made ones). But the mercury in the filling can cause chewing, brushing, teeth grinding, mouth temperature, corrosion, etc. with it, it constantly mixes with the body. The photo shows the daily mercury intake from amalgam fillings, according to 17 different studies. The red lines are reference limits set by the California Environmental Protection Agency and the American Environmental Protection Agency. You can see that the daily mercury intake from fillings is much higher than these limits. According to the World Health Organization, there is no minimum safe dose that can be accepted for mercury.

Yani ağzınızda amalgam dolgular olduğu müddetçe sürekli civaya maruz kalıyorsunuz. Dolgulardan alınan civa buharının %80’inin akciğerler yoluyla vücuda dağıldığı tahmin ediliyor ve bu civa özellikle de beyin, böbrek, karaciğer, akciğer ve gastrointestinal sistemde birikiyor.

So as long as you have amalgam fillings in your mouth, you are constantly exposed to mercury. It is estimated that 80% of the mercury vapor taken from the fillings is distributed throughout the body through the lungs, and this mercury accumulates particularly in the brain, kidney, liver, lung and gastrointestinal tract.

There are established associations between mercury and the following diseases: Allergies, Alzheimer’s, ALS, antibiotic resistance, heart diseases, chronic fatigue syndrome, kidney ailments, multiple sclerosis, mouth lesions, Parkinson’s, gum diseases, depression and anxiety, suicidal tendency, reproductive disorders, Autism autoimmune diseases (1). And it is thought to be associated with more than 250 symptoms such as hearing difficulties, forgetfulness, headache, metallic taste, insomnia, coordination disorder, twitching / tremors, excessive shyness, social phobia, and irritability (2). There are many studies showing improvement in ALS, chronic fatigue syndrome, dermatitis, fibromyalgia, MS, mouth lesions and other health problems after removal of amalgam fillings. I should also mention that in some studies on amalgam dismantling, dismantling was done without taking any precautions. Even in such cases, the problems experienced first increased, but then decreased or disappeared completely.

And these are just part of the work based on studies …


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