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  What is Amalgam Poisoning?

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PostSubject: What is Amalgam Poisoning?   Wed Jul 13, 2016 4:56 pm

The term “amalgam poisoning” refers to medical harm caused by the breakdown of dental amalgam used to fill cavities in the teeth. The term is frequently used by people who oppose the use of amalgam for dental purposes. They say the silver filling amalgam — actually a blend of mercury and silver — has the potential to deteriorate over time and cause harm to the human body via the mercury’s extreme toxicity. Studies that involve animals show that, once mercury leaks into the body, it remains in areas such as the kidneys, liver and lungs more than five months later, and that lingering presence of mercury can lead to amalgam poisoning.

There are mercury-free materials that can be used for dental fillings. A number of dentists still use amalgam fillings, however, saying the mercury-silver blend stands up better to the amount of activity that takes place in the mouth. They also like that the amalgam can cost less than ceramic fillings, potentially lowering the cost of dental care for their patients.

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