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Re: Remove amalgam fillings or extract root canaled teeth?
 
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Re: Remove amalgam fillings or extract root canaled teeth?


Should I be worried about this dentist suggesting implants?

You shouldn't be worried about anything. You are going to get the poison in your mouth removed that will make you able to get well again.

There are no implants for Amalgam removal, the dentist will just clean out the amalgam and replace it with a material that is non toxic to your system. mine were replaced with a composite material that was tested to be compatible with my system. You might ask about pocelain. Things have changed I'm sure since I had the work done. You are paying, so don't be afraid to ask questions.

http://www.totalhealthdentist.net/crowns

If for some reason he mentions implants which I doubt because they aren't mentioned on his site, just listen, ask questions if need be, and remember you have the final say. Implants are for after a tooth, [root canal] is removed.

Usually just a local shot to the area is all that's necessary to deaden the pain.

Just relax, it's going to be okay. Let us know how your doing.




 

 
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