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Re: Amalgams, Cavitations, Risks of Tooth Pulling.


If you see a dentist that does the Mercury removal protocol he will use a rubber dam to catch any amalgam particles. In addition his assistant will have suction tube in your mouth to remove any vapors, or particles.

Cavitations are caused by the dentist not removing the 2 or 3 ligaments that hold the tooth in place, and cleaning anything else that might be in the gum, and washing it out.

In the one I had the tooth had been pulled out long before the cavitation was performed. I was told that my jaw bone was like mush in that area. The dentist cleaned it out,scraped the bone,  and used some kind of antibiotic solution to wash it out.

If the tooth isn't rotten you might want to consider saving it by just having a composit type,or ceramic filling. Spaces between teeth allow the others to move around causing other problems, and costs.

 

 
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