What’s the fuss about Amalgam Fillings?

Amalgam fillings are a mixture of metals, primarily silver, tin, zinc, copper and 50 percent mercury and are often called mercury amalgam fillings. Mercury exposure from these amalgams is estimated to be between 3 to 17 micrograms per day from chewing, brushing, grinding, and even slow corrosion. Mercury fillings in your mouth release mercury vapor that is absorbed into your body via the lungs, ending up in your body. It is deposited in your organs, including your brain, where it accumulates over time. The body does have the ability to remove some mercury via the liver, kidney, hair and sweat…

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