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ThomasJoel2;53030 wrote: 2tude, I have to tell you first off that Floggi is not being genuine in his answers. He is someone who gets paid by pharmaceutical companies to go on forums like this, disrupt conversations, and lead people away from the truth. In this case, the big issue is mercury. I can’t prove that this is what he’s doing, but once you understand that these people DO exist and that mercury is a HUGE issue for them it becomes obvious as to what he’s trying to do.
Now, with that said, I’m not a huge expert on getting amalgams or root canals removed since I’ve had neither, but I do know how toxic they can be and major care must be used when removing them. A biological dentist who is aware of the danger of amalgam fillings is the type of dentist who you are going to want to see.
I highly encourage you to check out this website. It has loads of quality information when it comes to dental revision and if I were you I would read up and become aware of all of the recommendations/precautions: http://www.livingnetwork.co.za/dentalnetwork/dental-revision-how-to-do-it/
Floggi stated that the only thing you should be worried about is potentially swallowing a piece of molar/filling. While this is obviously a huge concern you also need to be concerned about the release of mercury vapors being absorbed by your lungs. This is why finding a holistic, biological dentist is key as this type of dentist will take the necessary precautions to help you avoid the inhalation of mercury vapors as much as possible.
What the heck is the mid-line? I guess I’ll ask the dentist. It firmly states no crossing the mid line. *sigh* I’m terrified of dentists lol