I recently had an Amalgam
filling placed into one of my upper wisdom teeth. It was around April 2013. The dentist didn't give any options or ask, I've already had 5 other Amalgams
in my mouth.
Long story short I received the clinical diagnosis of multiple sclerosis two to three weeks after the filling was placed. After doing several things to help manage my disease both from the doctor of medicine as well as forums here, I finally decided it's time to take on what I saw as the most challenging/perplexing: chelation/mercury removal from mouth.
Around this same time, I was having difficulties flossing something out of the wisdom tooth that had the filling put in and I wasn't smart enough to realize that black piece of popcorn was a mercury filling. It was popping out of the tooth and stuck under my gum overlapping it.
I went to the same dentist that put it (and all my old fillings) in. He immediately cleaned it up, and me being aware of the possibility of mercury causing this disease asked for a ceramic (or whatever) white filling placed instead. The dentist concurred and even mentioned many health professionals recommend removing fillings containing mercury once a person has an auto-immune disorder.
Ever since this filling was removed and fixed up, I have gotten even better. I was already 90% recovered from the attacks, but a week after the filling was replaced I've gotten all of my nerve coordination and senses back, I'm able to type at my original speed, I can play musical instruments just as proficient as before. I'm wondering if the inflammation they found on MRI's in my brain were due solely to the mercury from that filling and possibly not even MS.