Threats of mercury based tooth fillings to your health
Mercury was the most common material dental workers has been using for tooth/amalgam fillings over decades. It is used due to its favorable characteristics that is liquid in room temperature and forms a strong solid and durable amalgam filling with the alloy particles of silver, tin and copper. The form of mercury is presented differently in body. The form of mercury related to dental amalgam is elemental mercury that releases mercury vapor inhaled via lung and can be more susceptible for fetus and younger children to harm their nervous system. The form of mercury found in fish is methylmercury that is a type of organic mercury and is absorbed via digestive system and accumulated in organ tissues of the body.
Average person has about 8 amalgam filling, estimated to release as much as 200 mcg of Mercury per day through evaporation and mechanical wear, whereas daily absorption of all forms of mercury from fish and seafood is only 2.4 mcg. Mercury bioaccumulation in body can have adverse effect in kidney and brain, and can be allergic to cause lesions in mouth and neurotoxic. Now Norway and Sweden has banned its use completely. Great Britain, France, Germany, Canada, and Australia have prohibited the use of amalgam for pregnant and lactating women, and children under age of 6. The women ideally before conceiving and health watchers are recommended to have amalgam filling removed by professionals with our organic chlorella powder made into a paste that sucks up the vapors during the removal procedure. It’s currently performed in some countries e.g. Germany and Taiwan. The oral organic chlorella supplement prior to and after the procedure is also highly suggested to eliminate the systemic mercury accumulation.
Utilize Organic Chlorella to remove mercury
Conducting a amalgam removal surgery is the most direct measurement to prevent further leakage of mercury. Both doctors and patients should be cautious of the mercury vapor released during the removal process.Click Here For the Febico Store!
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