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george1234
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 15, 2006 5:47 pm    Post subject: Re: Differing dental opinions Reply with quote

On Tue, 07 Mar 2006 12:19:46 GMT, Joel344 <joeleichen@yahoo.com>
wrote:

Quote:
This happens every day of the week. Who is right? Its hard to say .....
some dentists are conservative while others will drill anything, often
with good results. So number ONE is to find ONE dentist you trust, not
three or four.

I don't diasagree but even trust alone is not a good measure fo good
practice.

I had the same dentist who provided consistent good conservative care
from 1980 to 2002. After I moverd to another state I got advice that
much of the work needed re-doing (leakage around the margins of
amalgam fillings) This advice, I got more than one opinion in
searching for a new dentist, was consistent. The number of teeth
involved varied, but the general advice was similar

I'd say stick with someone you trust, but have your teeth evaluated by
another group every once in a while to see if you are missing needed
work.

The second advice is to distinguish between emergant and non emergant
problems. Not all work needs to be done right away. The first dentist
might have been waiting for an appropriate time to begin the rework.
Some dentists do the minimum to keep you out of pain, others will try
to give you a movie star smile. Decide which end of the spectrum you
prefer.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 15, 2006 8:24 pm    Post subject: Re: Differing dental opinions Reply with quote

George1234 wrote:

Quote:
I'd say stick with someone you trust, but have your teeth evaluated by
another group every once in a while to see if you are missing needed

work.
_________________________________


What about the possibility that the other "group" might be composed of
aggressive dentists who have a philosophy of replacing every filling
that they didn't place themselves?

Such practitioners used to be rare, but I'm running into more of them
every year. That means the chance of encountering two in a row are
increasing.

Trust is still the biggest factor -- and the trust should be based on a
track record as reflected by well-treated patients.

When my relative moved out of town and sought the advice of a friend to
find a new dentist, she was directed to a dentist who wanted to "re-do"
her existing fillings. This was a well-established, trusted dentist in
that community.

My relative didn't feel comfortable with the idea of such immediate,
massive changes. She came back to my town over the weekend and I found
that she needed NO fillings replaced!

My relative remarked that her "friend" also seemed to have crowns and
porcelain restorations on almost ALL of her teeth. Which leads to the
earlier message from george1234:


Quote:
"Some dentists do the minimum to keep you out of pain, others will try
to give you a movie star smile. Decide which end of the spectrum you

prefer."

Good advice! I would only add that it isn't necessary to pick an END of
the spectrum. Most people are better served with something in between,
which preserves and protects health LONG before "pain" is likely, but
does not go overboard in replacing healthy, normal, functioning teeth
with unnecessary porcelain.

- dentaldoc
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 10:37 pm    Post subject: Re: Differing dental opinions Reply with quote

On 15 Mar 2006 12:24:22 -0800, "Bill" <dentaldoc@hotmail.com> wrote:

Quote:

Trust is still the biggest factor -- and the trust should be based on a
track record as reflected by well-treated patients.

Could be.. but the ADA suggests a second opinion

"Says the ADA's Dr. Seldin, "We encourage patients to seek out -
certainly if there's a lot of work to be done - second or third
opinions so they can have comfort with the practitioner's
recommendations."

Which comes from this classic article on the differences in dental
recommendations

http://www.jimaubrey.com/honest.html
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 29, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: No To Mercury In Vaccines - Washington Becomes 7th State to Ban It Reply with quote

Thanks John.

I have added sci.med.dentistry to sent this to.

"john" <scu23@btinternet.com> wrote in message
news:3oOdnXoUz6XYxrfZRVnygA@bt.com...
Quote:
No To Mercury In Vaccines - Washington Becomes 7th State to Ban It

By Kathie Durbin, Columbian
http://www.columbian.com/news/localNews/03282006news16366.cfm

For Mary Ann Newell, Monday brought a sweet reward.
The tireless anti-mercury activist from Vancouver traveled to Olympia
at the invitation of Gov. Chris Gregoire to witness the signing of a bill
that will bar vaccines containing more than trace amounts of mercury for
pregnant women and children younger than 3.
On July 1, 2007, when the bill takes effect, Washington will join at
least six other states that have similar laws on the books.
"It's amazing that a few people really can make a difference," said
Newell, a regular in Olympia during the past two sessions as the measure
worked its way through the Legislature. "I'm so proud we have done this.
But
it's just a start."
Also attending Monday's bill-signing were Garry and Maria Lund of
Vancouver and their 7-year-old son, Kyle. Garry Lund, a design engineer at
Hewlett-Packard Co. in Vancouver, said his son developed a severe form of
autism after receiving vaccines containing thimerosal, a preservative that
contains about 50 percent organic mercury. Kyle underwent treatment to
remove mercury from his system and now exhibits only mild symptoms of
autism, Lund said.
Though science hasn't established a conclusive link between
thimerosal
and autism, parents such as Lund are convinced it exists. He told Kyle's
story to a Senate committee last year when he testified against injecting
small children with mercury.
"I just want to thank (Gregoire) for protecting our children," Lund
said Monday. "That's what it comes down to. If we're going to do
vaccinations, I want them to be safe."
It's been 10 years since Newell went public with her own mercury
horror story. In the mid-1990s, she began experiencing mysterious and
painful symptoms: Her teeth and tongue hurt, the right side of her face
hurt, her taste was impaired and she had too much saliva.
The dentists and medical specialists she visited refused to take her
symptoms seriously. At last she found a dentist who helped her solve the
mystery of her aching mouth: her gold crowns were coming into contact with
the mercury in her fillings and producing a galvanic reaction that felt
like
an electrical current.
"I felt like I was being electrocuted," she recalled. Tests of her
hair, blood and urine confirmed mercury poisoning. She spent $7,700 having
11 of her mercury-laden amalgam fillings removed and replaced with a
nonmercury composite.
"The morning after the fillings were removed, my tongue didn't hurt,
I
could sleep on the side of my face and my excess saliva went away," she
recalled. Newell later underwent chelation therapy to remove mercury from
her body.
Sometime during her ordeal, her sister gave her an article from
Mothering Magazine entitled "A Mouth Full of Mercury." She began reading
up
on amalgam fillings, which contain 50 percent mercury. A growing number of
consumers refuse to let dentists put amalgam fillings in their teeth
because
they fear mercury will leach into their bodies. The American Dental
Association says amalgam fillings are safe.
In 1998, while researching the health hazards of mercury, Newell
learned that many of the vaccines given to small children contained the
preservative thimerosal, which is half mercury. As she studied the issue
further, she found out that the number of thimerosal-containing vaccines
given to children had increased dramatically in the 1980s and 1990s. In
the
late 1990s, doctors and educators began recording a startling increase in
the number of young children diagnosed with autism.
She was outraged. Her husband said, "Quit singing to the choir." So
she did.
Newell joined forces with the Mercury Awareness Team, led by Ann
Clifton of Olympia and Christy Diemond of Woodinville, which was lobbying
for a bill to get mercury out of childhood vaccines. She wrote letters to
newspapers (37 to The Columbian alone since 1996), buttonholed lawmakers,
even persuaded her Republican precinct caucus to support a resolution
calling for an informed-consent law on mercury fillings.
+ Read more: http://www.columbian.com/news/localNews/03282006news16366.cfm
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 29, 2006 6:06 pm    Post subject: Re: No To Mercury In Vaccines - Washington Becomes 7th State to Ban It Reply with quote

"john" wrote:

Quote:
By Kathie Durbin, Columbian
. . . . <snip


Quote:
hair, blood and urine confirmed mercury poisoning. She spent $7,700 having
11 of her mercury-laden amalgam fillings removed and replaced with a
nonmercury composite.
_______________________________



$7,700 for only eleven composite fillings??

Good grief, that's $700 per FILLING! For that amount she could have had
crowns, not just composite fillings!

Let's see . . . at a normal cost of $105 to $200 per composite filling,
depending on size, that might be only $2200 at the HIGH end for her
cost to replace eleven amalgam fillings.

Eleven smaller fillings might be as low as $1155!

Depending on the size of the fillings, eleven replacements with
composite can cost even less than the low $1155 figure, especially if
she bothered to find a dentist with a lower cost structure (perhaps one
who doesn't waste a lot of advertising money).

Using the larger $2200 estimate, she paid $5,500 MORE than necessary to
replace eleven fillings with the white composite.

This kind of horrendous cost difference begs the question of why she
was charged so much more than what is readily available. Perhaps she
went to some sort of "alternative" dentist, who turned out to be more
of a BANKER than a dentist!

- dentaldoc
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 29, 2006 9:45 pm    Post subject: Re: No To Mercury In Vaccines - Washington Becomes 7th State to Ban It Reply with quote

"Bill" <dentaldoc@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1143655578.893715.290010@j33g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
"john" wrote:

By Kathie Durbin, Columbian
. . . . <snip

Restored:

No To Mercury In Vaccines - Washington Becomes 7th State to Ban It
Quote:

By Kathie Durbin, Columbian
http://www.columbian.com/news/localNews/03282006news16366.cfm

For Mary Ann Newell, Monday brought a sweet reward.
The tireless anti-mercury activist from Vancouver traveled to Olympia
at the invitation of Gov. Chris Gregoire to witness the signing of a bill
that will bar vaccines containing more than trace amounts of mercury for
pregnant women and children younger than 3.
On July 1, 2007, when the bill takes effect, Washington will join at
least six other states that have similar laws on the books.
"It's amazing that a few people really can make a difference," said
Newell, a regular in Olympia during the past two sessions as the measure
worked its way through the Legislature. "I'm so proud we have done this.
But
it's just a start."
Also attending Monday's bill-signing were Garry and Maria Lund of
Vancouver and their 7-year-old son, Kyle. Garry Lund, a design engineer at
Hewlett-Packard Co. in Vancouver, said his son developed a severe form of
autism after receiving vaccines containing thimerosal, a preservative that
contains about 50 percent organic mercury. Kyle underwent treatment to
remove mercury from his system and now exhibits only mild symptoms of
autism, Lund said.
Though science hasn't established a conclusive link between
thimerosal
and autism, parents such as Lund are convinced it exists. He told Kyle's
story to a Senate committee last year when he testified against injecting
small children with mercury.
"I just want to thank (Gregoire) for protecting our children," Lund
said Monday. "That's what it comes down to. If we're going to do
vaccinations, I want them to be safe."
It's been 10 years since Newell went public with her own mercury
horror story. In the mid-1990s, she began experiencing mysterious and
painful symptoms: Her teeth and tongue hurt, the right side of her face
hurt, her taste was impaired and she had too much saliva.
The dentists and medical specialists she visited refused to take her
symptoms seriously. At last she found a dentist who helped her solve the
mystery of her aching mouth: her gold crowns were coming into contact with
the mercury in her fillings and producing a galvanic reaction that felt
like
an electrical current.
"I felt like I was being electrocuted," she recalled. Tests of her
hair, blood and urine confirmed mercury poisoning. She spent $7,700 having
11 of her mercury-laden amalgam fillings removed and replaced with a
nonmercury composite.
"The morning after the fillings were removed, my tongue didn't hurt,
I
could sleep on the side of my face and my excess saliva went away," she
recalled. Newell later underwent chelation therapy to remove mercury from
her body.
Sometime during her ordeal, her sister gave her an article from
Mothering Magazine entitled "A Mouth Full of Mercury." She began reading
up
on amalgam fillings, which contain 50 percent mercury. A growing number of
consumers refuse to let dentists put amalgam fillings in their teeth
because
they fear mercury will leach into their bodies. The American Dental
Association says amalgam fillings are safe.
In 1998, while researching the health hazards of mercury, Newell
learned that many of the vaccines given to small children contained the
preservative thimerosal, which is half mercury. As she studied the issue
further, she found out that the number of thimerosal-containing vaccines
given to children had increased dramatically in the 1980s and 1990s. In
the
late 1990s, doctors and educators began recording a startling increase in
the number of young children diagnosed with autism.
She was outraged. Her husband said, "Quit singing to the choir." So
she did.
Newell joined forces with the Mercury Awareness Team, led by Ann
Clifton of Olympia and Christy Diemond of Woodinville, which was lobbying
for a bill to get mercury out of childhood vaccines. She wrote letters to
newspapers (37 to The Columbian alone since 1996), buttonholed lawmakers,
even persuaded her Republican precinct caucus to support a resolution
calling for an informed-consent law on mercury fillings.
+ Read more: http://www.columbian.com/news/localNews/03282006news16366.cfm


Quote:

hair, blood and urine confirmed mercury poisoning. She spent $7,700
having
11 of her mercury-laden amalgam fillings removed and replaced with a
nonmercury composite.
_______________________________


$7,700 for only eleven composite fillings??

Good grief, that's $700 per FILLING! For that amount she could have had
crowns, not just composite fillings!

Let's see . . . at a normal cost of $105 to $200 per composite filling,
depending on size, that might be only $2200 at the HIGH end for her
cost to replace eleven amalgam fillings.

Eleven smaller fillings might be as low as $1155!

Depending on the size of the fillings, eleven replacements with
composite can cost even less than the low $1155 figure, especially if
she bothered to find a dentist with a lower cost structure (perhaps one
who doesn't waste a lot of advertising money).

Using the larger $2200 estimate, she paid $5,500 MORE than necessary to
replace eleven fillings with the white composite.

This kind of horrendous cost difference begs the question of why she
was charged so much more than what is readily available. Perhaps she
went to some sort of "alternative" dentist, who turned out to be more
of a BANKER than a dentist

- dentaldoc
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 30, 2006 1:46 am    Post subject: Re: No To Mercury In Vaccines - Washington Becomes 7th State to Ban It Reply with quote

"Bill" <dentaldoc@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1143655578.893715.290010@j33g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
"john" wrote:

By Kathie Durbin, Columbian
. . . . <snip

hair, blood and urine confirmed mercury poisoning. She spent $7,700
having
11 of her mercury-laden amalgam fillings removed and replaced with a
nonmercury composite.
_______________________________


$7,700 for only eleven composite fillings??

Good grief, that's $700 per FILLING! For that amount she could have had
crowns, not just composite fillings!


What is it they say about a fool and their money?

Another story where heavy metal poisoning is turned on and off like a light
switch....puhleeeze!

T
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 30, 2006 5:33 am    Post subject: Re: No To Mercury In Vaccines - Washington Becomes 7th State to Ban It Reply with quote

"Jan Drew" <jdrew1374@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

Quote:

"Tony Bad" wrote
snip

"Bill" <dentaldoc@hotmail.com> wrote in message

snip
"john" wrote:

By Kathie Durbin, Columbian

restored:

In the mid-1990s, she began experiencing mysterious and
painful symptoms: Her teeth and tongue hurt, the right side of her face
hurt, her taste was impaired and she had too much saliva.

*****The dentists and medical specialists she visited refused to take her
symptoms seriously******.


At last she found a dentist who helped her solve the
mystery of her aching mouth: her gold crowns were coming into contact with
the mercury in her fillings and producing a galvanic reaction that felt
like
an electrical current.

*****"I felt like I was being electrocuted,"****** she recalled.

****Tests of her hair, blood and urine confirmed***

******************************* mercury
poisoning.*****************************

******************************* mercury
poisoning.*****************************

******************************* mercury
poisoning.*****************************


So, Jan, you seem to agree that it is OK to charge five or six times
the going rate for filling replacement if it is being done to cure
"mercury poisoning". Why would this not be exploitation and possibly
even theft?
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