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Poisons that are often used in dentistry!

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The following toxic elements are used in dentistry:

Mercury (makes up half of every amalgam filling)

Copper (in amalgams and in cheap gold crowns)

Nickel (used in cheaper crowns and bridge work)

Palladium (in many crowns and bridges)

Cadmium (in dentures and in many root canal treatments)

Fluoride (in many oral health treatments and products)

Regular dentists often pooh-pooh our concerns over these poisons; but holistic dentists, being health-centered,  recognize these hazards and take care to avoid them.

Which kind of dentistry do you want?

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