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Monday, December 18, 2006

Scientifically Proven Facts About Mercury and Dental Amalgam From Dental Amalgam Mercury Syndrome “DAMS”

Two Mercury amalgam fillings have been affecting me and my performance since I was about 12 years old. I remember getting those fillings from a Dr. Ferris. (My family referred to him as the 'tooth ferry.' I'm not sure why.) I even remember turning down the novacaine because I did not want to suffer any side affects from drugs - yes, even back then I was weary of drugs. How Little did I know about "silver fillings."

Hopefully, I will be able to remember where I put that link for the altruistic dentist association that replaces those filthy fillings with proper porcelain. All you need to do is look up "holistic dentist" or "naturopathic dentist" on the web to find one in your area.

I'll tell you how I'm doing after I get these fillings changed out. Here's what you need to know:

1. Dental Amalgam contains about 50% mercury.

2. Mercury has been scientifically demonstrated to be more toxic than lead, cadmium, or even arsenic.

3. Mercury leaves the dental amalgam continuously throughout the lifetime of the filing. (7)

4. Mercury vapor is the main way that mercury comes out of amalgam. (31)

5. Mercury vapor is absorbed at a rate of 80% through the lungs into the arterial blood. (31, 55)

6. Mercury is cytotoxic -- i.e. it kills cells.

7. There is NO harmless level of mercury vapor exposure. (63)

8. Mercury from amalgam binds to -SH (sulphydryl) groups. These exist in almost every enzymatic process in the body. Mercury from amalgam will thus have the potential of disturbing all metabolic processes. (25,33,60).

9. Mercury from amalgam is transported freely via the blood. (19, 34, 35,)

10. Mercury vapor is absorbed directly into the brain. (34, 55a)

11. Mercury from amalgam will result in a slow build up of mercury in body tissues. (20, 26, 34)

12. Mercury crosses the blood brain barrier. (34, 55a)

13. Mercury is implicated in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease. (67,68)

14. Mercury from amalgam is stored in the fetus and infant before the mother. (20, 61)

15. Mercury from amalgam is stored in the breast milk and the fetus up to 8 times more than the mother's tissues. (18,19)

16. Mercury (mercury vapor / methyl mercury) crosses the placenta. (18, 31)

17. Mercury Crosses into breast milk. (18,31,61)

18. Mercury will severely reduce reproductive function. (2, 3, 4, 20, 22, 24, 31, 37,38, 39, 40, 41, 49)

19. Mercury rapidly depletes the immune system. (27,34,35,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,60)

20. Mercury will induce a number of Auto Immune Diseases. (27,34,35,42,43,44,60)

21. Mercury will cause an increase in number and severity of allergies. (1,34,60)

22. Mercury from amalgam is stored principally in the kidneys, liver and brain. (1,20,31)

23. Mercury from amalgam (shown in animal experiments) causes kidney damage. (59)

24. Mercury from will cause a 50% reduction in Kidney filtration as shown in a study of sheep after amalgam placement. (59)

25. Methyl mercury is more toxic than elemental mercury.

26. Mercury from amalgam is methylated in the mouth. (51,53,54,)

27. After chewing, mercury vapor levels will remain raised for at least another 90 minutes. (1,15,16,18,47)

28. Mercury from amalgam will migrate through the tooth. (25,27,30)

29. This rate of migration is increased if a gold crown is placed over a tooth filled with amalgam. (27,30)

30. Teeth are living tissue and are a part of our bodies.

31. Teeth have a massive communication via blood, lymph and nerves with the rest of the body. (34) (Therefore, mainstream dentists lack the wholistic knowledge necessary when their practice offends the proper biological functions.)

32. Mercury from amalgam is absorbed into the body at a rate of 3 to 17 mcg / day. (WHO 1991 Criteria 118)

33. Mercury release is increased by increases in temperature, friction and increases in electrical currents. (28,31,56) (Therefore, enjoying your favorite hot treats or increasing your body's bioenergetic potential through exercise and other methods only accomplishes a further release of filthy mercury within your mouth.)

34. Mercury from amalgam will enter the body as; elemental mercury, inorganic mercury, vapor, charged mercury ions; this means mercury enters your body through different modalities, so you probably suffer from multiple miasmatic illnesses.

35. In the brain, mercury from amalgam is stored preferentially in the pituitary gland and hypothalamus. (20,34)

36. Micro-mercurialism is principally characterized by neurological symptoms. (34)

37. Mercury is transported along the axons of nerve fibers. (33,34,50)

38. Mercury from amalgam may be stored in every other cell in the body. Each area affected will produce its own set of symptoms.

39. Mercury binds to hemoglobin in the red blood cell thus reducing oxygen carrying capacity. (1,16,17,21,26,35)

40. Mercury damages blood vessel reducing blood supply to the tissues (micro-angioplasties). (34)

41. Amalgam fillings produce electrical currents that might be injurious to health. These currents are measurable in micro amps. The central nervous system (brain) operates in the range of nano-amps -- this is one thousand times less than a micro amp. (28)

41 Dissimilar metals in the mouth [e.g. gold & amalgam] will produce higher electrical currents. (19,30)

42. Mercury from amalgam (shown in animal experiments) will induce antibiotic resistance and mercury resistance in bacteria in the mouth and gastrointestinal tract. (58)

43. Brain levels of mercury are in a direct linear proportion to the number of surfaces of amalgam fillings in the mouth. (1,19,25)

43. The level of mercury, in brain tissue of fetus’s, new born, and young children, is proportional to the number of amalgams in the mother's mouth. (61)

44. Mercury will cause single strand breaks in DNA. (41,42)

45. Mercury levels in the body cannot be assessed by either blood or urine levels. (26)

46. Mercury from amalgam fillings is the single greatest source of dietary mercury for the general population. (W.H.O. Criteria 118. 1991).

47. Dental personnel are severely affected by exposure to mercury. (3,13,49)


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4 Lee, L.P. and Dixon - Effects of Mercury on Spermatogenisis J Pharmacol Exp Thera 1975: 194(1); 171-181.

5 Anonymous . Mercury in Fish. Bull W.H.O. 64(5): 634 1986

6 Schulein,T.M; Reinhardt, J.W. and Chan K.C. Survey of Des Moines area dental offices for Mercury vapor. Iowa Dent. J. 70(1): 35-36 1984

7 JonesDW, Sutton EJ, and Milner EL Survey of Mercury vapor in dental offices in Atlantic Canada.Can. Dent. Assoc. J. 4906:378-395, 1983.

8 Ochoa, R. and Miller RW. Report on independent survey taken of Austin dental offices for Mercury contamination. Texas Dent. J. 100(1): 6-9, 1983

9 Kantor,L. and Woodcock C, Mercury vapor in the dental office- does carpeting make a difference? JADA103(9):402-

10 Skuba, A. Survey for Mercury vapor in Manitoba dental offices J Can. Dent. Assoc. 50(7):517-522, 1984.

11 Chop GF. and Kaufman EG. Mercury vapor related to manipulation of amalgam and to floor surfaces. Oper. Dent. 8(1):23-27,1983.

12 RoydhouseRH, FergMR . and Knox RP. Mercury in dental offices J Can Dent Assoc 51(2):156-158, 1985.

13 Butler J. - Proceedings from the First International Conference of Biocompatibility. 1988 14 Magnus Nylander, Mercury concentrations in the human brain and kidneys in relation to exposure from dental amalgam fillings. ICBM 1988.

15 Svare CW The effects of dental amalgam on Mercury levels in expired air. J. Dent. Res. 60(9):1668-1671,

16 Ott K et. al. Mercury burden due to amalgam fillings. Dtsch. Zahnarztl Z 39(9):199-205, 1984.

17 Abraham J, Svare C , Frank C,. The effects of dental amalgam restorations on Blood Mercury levels. J. Dent. Res. 63(1):71-73,

18 VimyMJ. LorscheiderFL. Intra oral Mercury released from dental amalgams. J. Dent Res.

19 Matts Hanson. Amalgam hazards in your teeth, Dept of Zoo physiology., University of Lund, Sweden.J. Orthomolecular Psychiatry Vo12 No 3 Sept 1983

20 VimyMJ, TakahashiY, LorscheiderFL Maternal -Fetal Distribution of Mercury Released From Dental Amalgam Fillings. Dept of Medicine and Medical Physiology , faculty of Medicine, Univ. of Calgary, Calgary Alberta Canada, 1990 published in FASEB.

21 Goyer RA Toxic effects of metals. Cassarett and Doull's toxicology--
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22 KuhnertP, Kunhert BRR and Erkard P COmparison of Mercury levels in maternal blood fetal chord blood and placental tissue. Am. J. Obstet and Gynecol.,139:
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23 Kuntz WD- Maternal and chord blood Mercury background levels; Longitudinal surveillance. Am J Obstet and Gynecol. 143:440-443, 1982.

24 BrodskyJB. Occupational exposure to Mercury in dentistry and pregnancy outcome. JADA111(11):
779- 780,1985.

25 Malmström C., Hansson M., Nylander M., Conference on Trace Elements in Health and Disease. Stockholm May 25-1992.

26 Lorscheider & Vimy The Lancet Vol. 337; May 4, 1991.

27 Matts Hanson. Why is Mercury Toxic - Basic chemical and biochemical properties of Mercury/amalgam in relation to biological effects. ICBM conference Colorado 1988.

28 Sheppard AR and EisenbudM, Biological effects of electric and magnetic fields of extremely low frequency. New York University Press. 1977.

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31 Langan,Fan,Hoos. The use of Mercury in dentistry: a critical review of the literature. JADA Vol. 115 December 1987, 867 Donated by The ADA.

32 Jonnes, Suttow and Milner. Survey of Mercury vapor in dental offices in Atlantic Canada, Canadian Dental Association Journal, 49(6):378-395, 1983.

33 Goyer Toxic effects of metals, Casaret and Doull's toxicology - the basic science of poisons. ed3 New York. Macmillan Publishing. 1986 pp582-609.

34 Patrick Störtebecker Formerly Associate Professor of Neurology, Karolinska Institute , Stockholm.. Mercury Poisoning from Dental Amalgam - a hazard to the human brain.

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39 Inouye M., Murao K., Kajiwara Y., Behavorial and neuropathological effects of prenatal methyl Mercury exposure in mice. Neurobeahv. Toxicol Teratol,1985:

40 Koos et al., Mercury toxicity in pregnant women, fetus and newborn infant. Am J Obstet And Gynecol, 1976:126;390-

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43 Hansen K A survey of metal induced mutagenicity in vitro and in vivo J Amer Coll Toxicol ., 1984:3;381-430.

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45 PelletierL et al., In -vivo self reactivity of mononuclear cells to T cells and macrophages exposed to Hg Cl2 Eur. J Immun., 1985: 460-465

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51 Methylation of Mercury from dental amalgam and mercuric chloride by oral Streptococci. Heintz, Edwardson, Derand, Birkhed Scan. J. Dent. Res. 1983, 91:150-152

52 Bacterial Growth on Dental Restorative Materials in Mucosal Contact. Orstavic, Arneberg, Valderhaug Acta Odontol. Scand.1981, 39:267-274

53 The Methylation of Mercuric Chloride by Human Intestinal Bacteria. Rowland, Grasso, Davies Experientia. Basel 1975 ,31: 1064-1065

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University of Sydney 1991

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57 Campbel & M. Godfrey Research into provocation testing of DMPS - urine samples of Mercury.

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59 Boyd, N. D., H. Benediktsson, M. J. Vimy, D. E. Hooper, AND F. L. Lorschieder. Mercury from dental "Silver" tooth fillings impairs sheep kidney function. Am. J. Physiol. 261 (Regulatory Integrative Comp. Physiol. 30): R1010-R1014, 1991.

60 Vera Stejskal, Sweden "Memory Lympocyte Immuno - Stimulation Assay - MLISA"

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Here's to the "Tooth Ferry." You and your kind have had your way. Now, vanish and return to your mercury hell where you belong.

May God have mercy on those affected.

Peace to you and yours,


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