“Silver Fillings” or Mercury Amalgams are the materials used in the restoration of carious or damaged teeth. New evidence demonstrates that there is detectable and measureable amounts of mercury that is released from these fillings which were otherwise thought of as ‘ inert’ . MercuryRescue™ is a process developed by Dr. Tan, which helps patients by collaborating with a team of trained health professionals familiar with the toxic effects of mercury. The goal is to minimize or eliminate dangerous elemental and organic mercury exposure to the patient. The steps include safe removal and replacement of Mercury Fillings with long lasting and aesthetically pleasing 3D printed biocompatible dental restorations and ongoing supportive care including nutritional and detoxification regimens.
How It Works
Based on the least conservative of the scenarios evaluated, it was estimated that some 67.2 million Americans would exceed the Hg dose associated with the reference exposure level (REL) of 0.3 μg/m(3) established by the US Environmental Protection Agency; and 122.3 million Americans would exceed the dose associated with the REL of 0.03 μg/m(3) established by the California Environmental Protection Agency. Exposure estimates are consistent with previous estimates presented by Health Canada in 1995, and amount to 0.2 to 0.4 μg/day/ amalgam-filled tooth surface, or 0.5 to 1 μg/day/amalgam-filled tooth, depending on age and other factors. (Mercury exposure and risks from dental amalgam in the US population, post-2000). This translates to a range of between at most 6 small (single surface) mercury amalgam fillings to at least 2 medium-large (4 surface) mercury amalgam fillings.
Tuna Fish sandwich vs Mercury fillings
In a given population, what is the largest source of mercury? Themost common responses we hear are “ fish” , “ immunization shots” , “ coal burning factories” and “ silver fillings” . In this video, Dr. Mark Richardson PhD compares the mercury exposure from a Tuna Fish sandwich (methyl mercury source) vs mercury containing amalgam fillings (elemental mercury vapour source). So which do you think is a higher source of mercury? HINT: mercury vapour is 10x more toxic than methyl mercury. Dr. Richardson could be referring to Dr. Hightower’ s claim:
What’ s a safe dose (the reference dose) for mercury amalgam fillings?
Dr. Mark Richardson, PhD talks about silver amalgam fillings and their risk. He also talks about how many people have an unsafe level of mercury in their body due to the fillings, as well as morestatistics, referencing studies and documents regarding the matter.