Are Your Fillings Poisoning You?
More and more people consider mercury removal from their teeth, and for good reason. Mercury is one of the most toxic substances in the world and is a powerful poison that causes health hazards. Mercury vapor is continuously emitted from dental fillings, accumulates in the body over time and is harmful to the environment. After it (an amalgam filling) is taken out of a patient’s mouth, it is treated as hazardous waste, but somehow, when it is in the patient’s mouth, it is not. Most people do not realize “silver” amalgam fillings contain 50% mercury and only 35% silver.
It is possible to remove toxic mercury-laced fillings from your mouth. But it must be done with the proper techniques for safe amalgam removal to keep you in good care throughout the procedure. Dr. Vladimir Gashinky’s New Jersey holistic dental practice carefully follows the advised protocol for proper removal of mercury fillings.
If you are living with dental amalgams in your mouth, it’s time to pursue a non-toxic, mercury-free alternative.
Our Mercury Removal is Safe!
IAOMT Protocol for Amalgam Removal
If you elect to have your silver fillings replaced, it is important to be aware of the fact that you can be exposed to mercury by ingesting or inhaling mercury vapor when amalgam is removed. That is why our office offers a program for silver amalgam removal that protects both patients and staff during the removal process. Our program follows the highest standards for amalgam removal set forth by the International Academy of Oral Medicine & Toxicology (IAOMT). This protocol minimizes your exposure to mercury vapor during amalgam removal, thereby protecting you from potential absorption of mercury into your system.
Mercury-Free Dentistry offers you many benefits:
- Environmentally Friendly
- Composites bond to the teeth making tooth structure stronger
- Reduces the risk for cracked and sensitive teeth
In this video, Dan explains about being a thyroid cancer survivor and how important it was to remove his silver fillings.