Mercury Amalgams, Nickle- Alloyed Porcelain Crowns, and Root Canals are toxic to your health.
Many people are healthy enough to carry this toxic load without obvious problems. But others, especially those people who are fighting serious illnesses, may not be.
Silver amalgams are half silver, half mercury. These instructions are on how to handle mercury amalgam fillings and are still given with the material, and include warnings to dentists such as:
• Don’t ever touch with your fingers.
• Don’t leave it lying around uncovered.
• Leftover amalgam material, or an extracted tooth with an amalgam filling still in it, must be disposed of under strict toxic waste protocols.
Dentists are warned that the mercury for silver amalgams is too toxic to touch, breathe, or to just throw into the waste basket.
Mercury effects your immune system heavily. As an important contributor to health, T-lymphocytes normally comprise from 70-80 percent of the lymphocyte population in a healthy person’s immune system. In one case Dr. David Eggleston found a 21-year-old women with amalgams in her mouth with a T-lymphocyte level at only 47%. He removed the amalgams with a temporary, plastic type of filling and her T-lymphocyte levels rose from 47% to 73 percent. Then he removed the plastic fillings and replaced them with the mercury amalgams and the T-lymphocyte levels dropped down to 55%, then he replaced the amalgams with safe gold inlays and the t-lymphocytes shot up to 77%. Cancer is brought upon you by a weak immune system.
All over Europe, silver fillings have been banned for decades.
There have been many cases of amalgams being removed on cancer patients with amazing improvements on their conditions within days. Although, if not done correctly, this could be very devastating for your body.
When planning to get your silver amalgams replaced, two safety precautions to discuss with your dentist are the following:
• Request a rubber dam. This is a piece of rubber designed to stretch between the lower right and left teeth with only the tooth being worked on uncovered. Its purpose is to keep any small pieces of amalgam filling from falling onto your tongue or down your throat.
• Request oxygen during the procedure. When amalgam fillings are removed, they must be drilled out. This can release mercury vapor into the air. The patient’s nose, being closest to this vapor, can readily breathe it in. Your dentist should be able to provide an oxygen tube directly to your nose so that you breathe in clean oxygen rather than toxic vapor.
Nickel Alloyed Porcelain Crowns: According to Dr. Eggleston, “Nickel is not nearly as active as mercury, however it corrodes and is far more carcinogenic.” Dr. Eggleston states that nickel alloys being used in dental practices today are actually quite similar to a form of nickel that is commonly used by cancer research centers around the country to induce cancer in lab animals.
There has been a story shared before, women at a cancer support group, 6 women that went to the same dentist across the street that have developed the same type of breast cancer. 75% of crowns in the USA contain nickel, if the dentist says it’s stainless steel, it’s alloyed with nickel, braces, too.
Root Canals: Dr. Hal Huggins in one of his lectures has said: … Then we get into the root canal business, and that is the most tragic of all. Isn’t there something you can put in the center of the canal that is safe? Yeah, there probably is, but that is not where the problem is. The problem with a root canal is that it is dead. Let’s equate that. Let’s say you have got a ruptured appendix, so you go to the phone book, and who do you look up? Let’s see, we have a surgeon and a taxidermist, who do you call? You going to get it bronzed? That is all we do to a dead tooth. We put a gold crown on it, looks like it has been bronzed. It doesn’t really matter what you embalm the dead tooth with, it is still dead, and within that dead tooth we have bacteria, and these bacteria are in the absence of oxygen. In the absence of oxygen most things die except bacteria. They undergo something called a pleomorphic change- like a mutation. They learn to live in the absence of oxygen (and) now produce thioethers, some of the strongest poisons on the planet that are not radioactive.
So these thioethers leak out of the tooth, they can get into a person’s bloodstream and travel throughout the entire body.
Dr. Price has found if he took a small piece of root canal filled tooth that had been extracted from a person who’d have a heart attack and placed it under the skin of a rabbit, that rabbit would die of a heart attack in about 10 days. He could then take that same piece of tooth out of the dead rabbit and put it under the skin of another rabbit, and in about 10 days, that rabbit would also die of a heart attack. Price found he could do this over and over with the same tooth and get the same result for up to about 30 rabbits.
Heart disease only occurred in rice’s lab animals when the person the root canal-filled tooth had come from had suffered from heart disease. If the person had suffered from another illness, that would be the illness that would show up in the rabbit. For instance, if the patient from whom the tooth was taken was suffering from kidney disease, then the rabbit with the piece of that person’s tooth embed in it would also develop kidney disease.
Dr. Price’s first clinical case involved arthritis. In that case, he removed a root canal-filled tooth from a woman with severe arthritis and implanted the extracted tooth under the skin of a rabbit. Within 48 hours, the rabbit had developed crippling arthritis. Furthermore, after extraction of this tooth, the woman’s arthritis improved dramatically. Dr. Price performed these types of experiments over and over, and kept getting the same results. Very rarely, did the rabbit not come down with the very illness the human patient was suffering from.
Dr. Price has also tried this with healthy, non-root canal teeth to find that the rabbit would not face any ill side effects after the implantation.
Dr. Price has found a high number of chronic degenerative diseases to be linked to root canal-filled teeth. The most common appeared to be various forms of heart and circulatory diseases, presumably because the toxins from anaerobic bacteria in the teeth leaked into and circulated throughout the bloodstream. Other chronic conditions that his research linked to root canal-filled teeth were various forms of arthritis, nervous system disorders, and even digestive disorders. For more info on this get the Root Canal Cover- Up Book