Does your family dentist recommend amalgam fillings for your children? Do you have dental amalgam fillings? You just may need to consider the research that confirms the dangers, even though the WebMD posts information that concurs with this statement by Cynthia Trajtenberg, a professor of restorative dentistry and dental biomaterials, ” Mercury in dental fillings is combined with silver and copper, and is transformed into a stable metal material that is not easily released into the oral cavity. Therefore it is not harmful.”
However, studies prove that mercury vapor easily escapes the filling and is absorbed into the blood by way of the tissues of the mouth and lungs.
Read the facts for yourself
Especially read the research papers by Dr. Russell Blaylock and discover what many doctors, and sadly, many government health officials, are not telling you…there is so much more going on behind the scenes and so many parents don’t have a clue, UNLESS they read the studies for themselves. Know the facts so you can make an informed decision!
Just go to this link and click on Published Papers and then the pdf file, Mercury Amalgam Fillings: Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics , Dr. Russell L. Blaylock MD., Surgeon, Author, Lecturer, Educator, will fully explain why and how you are being duped regarding:
Why a significant number of safety studies have been excluded, such as, research showing that a baby’s hair mercury level correlated with the number of dental amalgam fillings in the mother.
It is important to appreciate that mothers with amalgam fillings will be exposed to these levels of mercury vapor throughout their pregnancy and during breast-feeding. Mercury vapor easily enters breast milk.
You would think that in a situation in which any damage produced in these exposed babies would be irreversible, you would opt for safety. But, not these experts. Instead, they conclude we should continue to expose these babies to a potentially devastating risk without any benefit.
Why were these studies excluded on organic mercury proving that inorganic mercury can produce the very same damage in brain cells as methylmercury?
Other studies were excluded that shows a portion of the inorganic mercury in dental amalgam is converted into methylmercury in the tissues of the mouth.
Mercury in the brain tends to accumulate mostly in astrocytes and microglia, cells critical for brain immunity. A recent study lends even more importance to this observation. It was found that of 11 autopsied brains from individuals having autism all demonstrated diffuse, chronic activation of microglia and astrocytes; the exact effect of elevated brain mercury levels.* Ironically, chronic microglial activation has also been described in all of the neurodegenerative diseases as well as multiple sclerosis.
Mercury amalgam fillings – a number of studies have shown that blood levels and oral levels of mercury are substantially increased with chewing ordinary gum and even a piece of rubber tubing. Hot liquids or foods also have been proven to substantially raise oral mercury vapor levels as well as blood levels.
- A recent study 2003 – they removed the amalgam from a group of 35 patients with autoimmune diseases and replaced them with composites. When examined six months later 71% had shown improvement in health, with the greatest improvement in those with multiple sclerosis. Their conclusion was stated as follows: ” Mercury-containing amalgam may be an important risk factor for patients with autoimmune diseases.”
NOTE: The above bullet points are scientific data and research documented in the published papers of Dr. Russell L. Blaylock, MD, posted as PDF file on his website Go to the Published Papers tab, then click the title on Mercury Amalgam Fillings… You will want to read his entire report.
If you presently have dental amalgam fillings and want them removed safely, it is highly recommended that you go to a Bio Dentist.
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Reference in bullet point #6: * Vargas DL, Nascimbene C, Krishnan C, et al. Neuroglial activation and neuroinflammation in the brain of patients with autism. Ann Neurol 2005; 57: in press).