Why Choose to Remove My Mercury Amalgam Fillings?
Dental Amalgams have demonstrated great effectiveness as a restorative material in terms of durability, but it also contains 50% mercury by weight.
When the time comes to replace your amalgam fillings, a potentially hazardous situation can occur. Mercury from within amalgam filling is continually emitted at low levels as a vapor and chronically accumulates in the individual’s brain, kidneys, and other organs. However, the vapor created during the removal of the filling(s) can easily exceed the EPA’s mercury exposure maximum doses. We recognize the danger posed by mercury and implement a protocol to protect you and our team from mercury released into the air during removal
There is a well-documented relationship between mercury exposure and neurological, endocrine, and renal adverse health effects. An extensive number of research studies have looked at the human health risks associated with the use of mercury in association with Alzheimer’s disease, autism spectrum disorders, and renal disease. Government authorities and manufacturers have also issued warnings about mercury amalgam’s use in children and pregnant women.