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How to Safely Remove Mercury Amalgam Silver Fillin Ad # : 459432
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Ad started: Mar 5
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When the element mercury aculates to a high concentration in the body, it can lead to a variety of acute and chronic medical problems, including organ damage and compromise of major bodily systems. Because of the widespread usage of mercury in dental amalgam materials, many people are susceptible to mercury toxicity and itsociated health issues. Dentists and toxicologists are divided over the extent of the danger posed by mercury amalgam fillings. Even those who agree that mercury amalgam is hazardous are further divided over whether the safer protocol is to remove them or to leave them untouched. Paradoxically, improper removal of old fillings can cause greater exposure to mercury. Dentists who focus on safe amalgam removal must receive specialized training in the practice; they also follow government guidelines for containment of mercury vapor during the procedure and disposal of mercury-containing materials afterward. Mercury toxicity is a health problem that results from a variety of environmental exposures. In addition to its widespread use in dental amalgam, mercury gets into our surroundings from industrial processes and broken fluorescent tubes and even from natural phenomena, such as volcanic eruptions. It is also consumed in fish and meat; with each step up the food chain, mercury aculates to a greater concentration in flesh tissues. When a person is faced with mercury poisoning, three bodily systems—immune, detoxification, and elimination—come into play to deal with the problem. The first line of defense, the immune system, recognizes pathogens and foreign substances that are injurious to health. The immune system may react by neutralizing the threatening substance; it might also respond with chronic inflammation, with an overreacting immune reaction, or by shutting down entirely. These latter immune responses can lead to degenerative conditions and organ or tissue damage. Detoxification works by preventing a recognized damaging substance from causing harm to the body. The liver is the main line of defense here, though other organs, such as the lungs and kidneys, play a role. Enzymes attach to toxins both chemically and electrostatically, preparing them for elimination from the body. Toxins that are difficult to neutralize, such as mercury, may undergo repeated phases of detoxification until they are safely contained. The kidneys excrete simple toxins, whereas more dangerous ones are eliminated via the colon. Som



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