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Dentistry scams exposed: Mercury fillings and unnecessary dental surgery
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 13, 2006 5:36 am    Post subject: Dentistry scams exposed: Mercury fillings and unnecessary dental surgery Reply with quote



Modern dentistry is a curious branch of conventional medicine, and like much
of conventional medicine, it offers a strange mixture of both helping people
(improving dental health) while harming them (filling cavities with
mercury). Most dentists, like many doctors, believe in outrageous myths like
the idea that putting mercury, one of the most toxic substances known to
man, into the mouths of patients is perfectly safe. Dentists also routinely
promote the ludicrous idea that dripping fluorosilicic acid, a toxic waste
product sometimes called "fluoride," into public water supplies somehow
reduces cavities in children. And thus, like most practitioners of
conventional medicine, dentists subscribe to a near-religious belief in
several health-related falsehoods.
The mercury fillings issue is one of the most outrageous. Dentists don't
even call them "mercury" fillings anymore, because the public has finally
figured out that mercury is toxic. So they call them "silver" fillings, but
they're still made of approximately 40% mercury. Once this mercury is placed
in a person's mouth, it begins to break down, off-gassing mercury vapor
that's inhaled with every breath. It causes chronic, low-level mercury
poisoning that I have no doubt is partly responsible for today's epidemic of
Alzheimer's disease, dementia and various neurological disorders. The
American Dental Association, no surprise, continues to insist that mercury
fillings are completely safe, despite all the evidence showing that mercury
fillings create mercury vapor.

Some forward-thinking dentists, however, are spearheading a movement to ban
mercury fillings. The International Academy of Oral Medicine & Toxicology
(www.IAOMT.com), for example, offers a shocking video called "Smoking Teeth"
that clearly shows mercury vapor off-gassing from mercury fillings, even
with minimal stimulation (like chewing or tooth brushing). How much mercury?
One thousand times the EPA's maximum allowable mercury limit for air. Check
out their must-see video at www.IAOMT.com.

The mercury from this vapor quickly travels to the kidneys, liver,
intestines, heart, brain and other organs. The science is irrefutable, but
most dentists aren't interested in real science, it turns out. They just
want to be able to continue using mercury fillings based on the ADA-accepted
consensus lie that mercury is somehow inert and never leaves fillings.

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