Seven questions to ask your dentist if you want to reduce dental toxins
Amalgam fillings are composed of mercury, silver, tin, copper and other trace metals. A growing body of evidence suggests that amalgam fillings contribute to many degenerative diseases and cancers. According to a report published by The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, there are over 1000 tons of mercury in the mouths of unsuspecting Americans.
Many dentists may “claim” to practice mercury free dentistry but their procedures are a far cry from it.
Asking questions about their dental practices once you are sitting in the dental chair, is not the most prudent way to protect your health. Be prepared and ask questions ahead of time.
1. Do you believe that amalgams are toxic and create a biological hazard to the body?
2. How do you feel about the relationship between amalgams and various diseases?