Javizy wrote: You need to find a specially trained dentist, so it’s probably even more expensive. Among other precautions I believe they have to wear a GAS MASK. You also have to take precautions for up to a month to lower your mercury levels. Shows you how safe these things are. Very cost effective and profitable though, which is what really matters, right?
I have two fillings but I’m not sure if they contain mercury or not since they’re black. Does anyone know of any other amalgam combinations? I’m going to ask my dentist next time I go.
If they are black, they probably are amalgams that contain mercury. Old amalgams turn that color over time.