Posts Tagged "amalgam"

The facts about mercury from amalgam fillings

Posted on Sep 5, 2019 in Heavy Metals

Another 2008 Throwback An article by David Kennedy, DDS Past President, International Acad. of Oral Medicine & Toxicology One of the primary reasons why the mercury from amalgam controversy has lasted so long is the volumes of misinformation that are pumped from both dental academia and the American Dental Association that gets quoted in the press as fact. The motto of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology is; “show me the evidence”. They don’t have any evidence of safety so they obfuscate what we do know and pontificate about relative risks. The...

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Heavy metals can cause chronic urinary and reproductive health problems, according to a study on dental fillings by the CDC

Posted on May 2, 2018 in Heavy Metals, Medical Rewind

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the December 4, 2017  Advanced Medicine Show Just in case you’re wondering: yes, dental amalgam fillings are bad for you, and according to new data, it may be enough to wreak havoc on your kidneys and your fertility. People with amalgam fillings are more likely to be at risk of chronic health conditions, according to information released by the non-profit organization Dental Amalgam Mercury Solutions. The release, which cites the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention‘s (CDC) National Health and Nutrition Survey...

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The Dangers of Mercury Amalgams

Posted on Dec 5, 2011 in Health & Wellness, Heavy Metals, News, Political

There is only one form of stable mercury at room temperature, and that’s in the form of a gas. Mercury starts to vaporize at 10 degrees Fahrenheit, and the vapor pressure doubles for each additional 10 degrees Centigrade. Once you have a mercury amalgam installed in your tooth, you’re continuously exposed to high levels of mercury vapor through oral air, as dental amalgams, also known as “silver fillings,” actually consist of anywhere between 43 and 54 percent mercury. This mercury is then transported to all major organs in your body, including your hormone glands, via capillaries and...

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