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After mercury removal, remove composites or teeth?
Posted by: Bonny
Date: September 27, 2001 6:12 PM

I have been suffering severely for almost 10 years now, I discovered after about 8 years that I have mercury poisoning from the amalgam fillings in my mouth. I had them removed and replaced about 1-1/2 years ago with composites. I became immediately worse. I believe my situation is one of heavy metal poisoning, which I have read Dr Huggins books and found that composites are made with aluminum, another metal. My "illness/disability" has progressed to severe chemical sensitivity and alzheimers. I have been trying to find a dentist that will help, to no avail. I have an appointment tomorrow with a dentist that has been trained in Dr Huggins' protocol.
My question is "what do I do now"? Do I have the fillings removed and replaced again with alternative materials, which I do not believe there are any that do not contain metal. Or do I have the teeth removed? I am very tired of not having a life and suffering severely in the process. I have researched and studied all along, I have been completely holistic for almost 7 years now and nothing is working to correct the source of the problem, everything just seems to help ease the suffering. I really can't believe that these "dentists" are foolish enough to think that mercury is OK to have in your mouth instead of taking the time and money to research alternative methods and materials. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I'm ready to start pulling teeth.

RE: After mercury removal, remove composites or te
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: October 1, 2001 4:59 PM

When amalgam is removed mercury is liberated (vaporized and inhaled) in the drilling process. IV chelation should be done within two hours of drilling to prevent increased metal toxicity. (Therefore you need to locate a physician who is informed and able to help you in this regard within two hours of your dentist's office.) Replacement of amalgam should be done with material which has been tested ("cross-matched" to your body, so to speak) and found compatible with your system. When all that is done, the job is only begun. Next there should be a DMPS Challenge Test (done by the physician) and then chelation treatment for the metal which has accumulated in your body. Removal of metal may take up to one year and during that time a person will improve symptomatically in proportion to the degree that metal toxicity is/was responsible for the problem in the first place.

RE: After mercury removal, remove composites or te
Posted by: Bonny
Date: October 1, 2001 6:42 PM

I am very familiar with the process but your information has helped also. I am just trying to get the proper help. I have been working with a naturopath and have done the chelation, but am unable to find a dentist that is willing or capable of helping me. Because I have incompatible materials in my mouth, I now need to have the process done all over again. I have been researching alternative materials and have finally had the blood tests done for compatibility and in the process of finding some that are compatible for me. Are you familiar with "Diamond Crown"? I found a website, but they are in Australia, Any information re: effectiveness, costs and where to acquire the materials? Also need to find a dentist, maybe I'll research your site further.

RE: After mercury removal, remove composites or te
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: October 1, 2001 8:04 PM

You are now asking me questions better addressed by a properly trained biological dentist. I do suggest you use the Dentist Research Service on this web site as we have kept records of all the cutting edge biological dentists in the U.S. and around the world.

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