Did you know that approximately 56% of amalgam fillings consist of mercury, which continuously dissolves and poisons your entire system?
Our dentistry recommends the removal of all amalgam fillings and detoxification of the body system using homeopathic remedies and treatments. It is crucial to ensure that amalgam fillings are removed in a manner that prevents the patient from swallowing any of them.
How can amalgam fillings be toxic?
Amalgam contains 56% mercury, a highly dangerous poison that accumulates in the body system. It enters the bloodstream through abrasion or friction (such as eating, brushing, or consuming fizzy drinks) and through mercury vapor. Amalgam accumulates in various parts of the body, including the liver, kidneys, bones, brain, endocrine glands, and digestive tract, often without the patient noticing.
The harmful effects of amalgam fillings:
- skin problems
- joint aches
- mucosal inflammation
- hair loss
- nodules, inflammations
- kidney functioning problems, kidney functioning insufficiency
- stomach and bowel problems
Unfortunately, these are just some of the issues that amalgam can cause. Studies have shown that amalgam can harm the fetus, contribute to childhood diseases, and even lead to cancer.
How should amalgam fillings be professionally removed?
It is recommended to replace amalgam fillings one by one. If a patient has had amalgam fillings in their teeth for years or even decades, mercury has had time to gradually accumulate in their system.
During this process, the body tries to eliminate the toxic materials, leading to noticeable inflammations as a defense mechanism against mercury. It is important to replace only two amalgam fillings during each visit, allowing the system sufficient time to adjust to the changes.
Amalgam fillings are replaced with composite fillings, inlays, or onlays, depending on the size of the cavity. It is also essential to note that although amalgams can be removed, the body cannot cleanse itself of mercury.
Homeopathic remedies and treatments are necessary to assist in eliminating toxins caused by amalgam fillings.
What does rubber dam isolation mean?
At our clinic, all amalgam filling removals are performed using rubber dam isolation. This equipment plays a vital role in preventing mercury from entering the body system.
Unfortunately, not every dentist utilizes this technique, but our experienced and well-prepared team always applies rubber dam isolation when removing amalgam fillings.
The primary purpose of rubber dam isolation is to isolate the tooth from the rest of the mouth, preventing the fragmented filling material from entering the mouth or esophagus. The use of rubber dam isolation ensures patient comfort, provides clear visibility for the dentist, and prevents bacteria from entering the tooth.
What are the benefits of having your amalgam fillings replaced?
- Relief from the toxic effects of mercury on the body
- Healing of detected and latent inflammations
- Healing, weakening of chronic disease that was supposed to be related to other sources
- Significant reduction in the risk of cancer
- A beautiful smile thanks to your new white fillings
- No more gray spots on your teeth
After replacing your amalgam fillings, you may notice improvements in your health, such as reduced inflammation, increased energy, and enhanced confidence.
We look forward to seeing you at our practice!