Mercury in Dental Fillings – How to Detox: Part 3

//Mercury in Dental Fillings – How to Detox: Part 3

This is Part 3 of blog series on mercury in dental fillings.  If you missed Part 2, click here.

Safety Issue

Millions of people are walking around with mercury fillings in their mouth thinking it’s safe.  This is ironic considering that this very same amalgam mixture, when removed from your mouth MUST be handled, transported and disposed of as a “toxic substance”.  When removing it from our office, we are not allowed to touch it, and it must be transported in a sealed container, under water, in a very specific way.  So if we can’t touch it when it comes out of your mouth, why is it considered safe to carry it around inside your mouth, chew with it, inhaled it daily and grind on it, releasing its vapours?

How to detox?

The first thing to understand is that identifying and detoxifying from mercury problems MUST be done VERY carefully and under the supervision of a physician trained in the techniques of metal detoxification, but it can be done safely and effectively with an educated doctor’s assistance. 

Treatment protocol is made up of  3 steps.  Step 1 is preparation of your body for effective mercury removal.  Step 2 is removal of mercury (amalgam) fillings.  And step 3 is the detoxification support. 

Key to the treatment is the careful detoxification of mercury only once you have taken in proper nutrients, repaired your gut function, and helped your liver detoxify. 

Supplements and treatments may include multivitamins and minerals, essential fatty acids, Coenzyme Q10, digestive enzymes, antioxidants (like selenium, zinc, vitamins A, C, and E) and magnesium.  Probiotics and glutamine are also helpful in bowel restoration. 

Mercury detoxification can then be initiated.

Looking to remove amalgam fillings?

See Part 4 of this blog to find out the 3-step Detox Program, and learn more about this issue.

Dr. Bis provides holistic dental services in Oakville.  Dr. Bis uses extreme care in removing amalgam fillings from patients’ mouths and alleviate related health issues such as thyroid disease.  To schedule a consultation to discuss amalgam removal, call our office at 905-338-6684 or click here to contact us.

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2018-10-10T14:14:02+00:00June 18th, 2018|Holistic Solutions|

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Dr. Agatha Bis acquired her dental degree with honors from the University of Western Ontario in 1996. Dr. Bis believes continuing education is an important part of her practice.

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