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Able, I’ve got to say I wouldn’t expect a different response from the American Dental Association, or any other organisation influenced by it, including the government. No safe level of mercury can be established on current research findings, and if it’s so dangerous to remove a filling, how can it possibly be safe to have it remain in your mouth for decades? If a broken thermometer requires a quarantine, how can we say what the effect of even the tiniest of trace amounts could have over time, and in synergy with other common environmental toxins?
I did read more about this some time ago, and though I can’t remember any details, I’d say it’s well worth looking past Google to find some research papers on mercury’s role in health. I expect you’d get a similar “it’s fine” impression from all the official sources if you looked up ‘fluoridation’. Mercury may or may not be a factor in recovering from candida, but I don’t think we can assume amalgams are safe.