You can’t see it… smell it… or taste it…
We have a saying here at Evolve Dental Holistic Dentists Brisbane that whilst the eyes may be the windows to the soul your mouth is the doorway to disease.
Amalgam and Mercury – What Science Shows
The health effects of elemental mercury from amalgam fillings are numerous and many studies and scientific evidence supports that mercury causes widespread and adverse health effects.
There are many dental practices who now advertise or state that they are amalgam free.
Dental amalgams are 50% mercury. The mercury contained in the amalgam leaches out as a vapour into your body for the lifetime of the filling.
Are your mercury amalgam dental fillings increasing the mercury levels in your blood...?
Dr Rachel Hall Dentist of Evolve Dental Kenmore discusses the impact of toxins on our bodies and our wellbeing.
So you're considering getting your mercury dental amalgam fillings removed, but before you choose a dentist to take care of this for you there are some things you should know to ensure it is done safely.
Mercury is toxic to humans and dental amalgam fillings, which use 50% mercury combined with other metals like silver, and are considered to be one of our most common sources of mercury exposure.
The documentary "You Put What in My Mouth?"
The root cause behind many of today’s most common chronic illnesses is excess exposure to toxic metals found throughout the environment, the food supply, cosmetics, dental amalgam fillings and in the past vaccines that we had in childhood.
Removal of Amalgam Fillings Associated With Reductions in Memory Loss, Fatigue, Anxiety, Confusion & Other Health Problems...
Mercury is one of the most toxic substances known to man and yet many of us have mercury fillings in our teeth that are slowing poisoning our bodies.
Whether or not mercury amalgam fillings are safe for the body or not is an argument that has been going on ever since its inception nearly 200 years ago.
At Evolve Dental Healing we provide safe replacement of amalgam mercury fillings following the latest protocols and guidelines to minimise exposure to mercury and to support your health and wellbeing.
In an earlier post, I spoke about questions you need to ask the dentist to ensure they understand the issues surrounding mercury. Recently I was interviewed and asked these questions by my team as part of our regular team training sessions.
The UN is pushing for a worldwide phase out of mercury by 2020.