Darn it! I've just gotten rid of my last two Amalgam
fillings and then this happens:
For years I have had this "problem tooth". It all started with a root canal
job, that didn't get rid of the inflammation. So I got an operation, which seemed to solve the problem. However, now - a couple of years later - the inflammation in the root is back, has caused an abscess, and my dentist says that if the Antibiotics
can't remove the inflammation, there's only one thing one can do: Pull out the tooth and get it replaced by an implant.
The thing just is: I'm planning on chelating heavy metals (probably using the Cutler protocol - still investigating the topic), but is it even safe starting a chelation protocol, if I have a titanium screw in my jaw?
I hope some of you out there can help me.
Best wishes from across the Atlantic :-)