I have had skin problems for a while with skin lesions and acne. I have mercury fillings removed and replaced with composites a while ago. it has not gotten better but worse, lots of breakouts around where the fillings were.
Before removal my face emitted a heat and I am pretty sure turned red, the best way I can describe it is a 'buring' heat on the face hotter then the rest of the body. This has stopped but not the skin problems.
LG, a medium- built white American born in 1957, was in perfect health until September 18, 1998 when she had a filling in her tooth no. 18 using Dycal as a liner. She experienced severe headache within 2 hours. By 6:00 pm she was vomiting and delirious with the headache persisting. Her blood pressure then was monitored at 169/108 and remained high for the following three years despite repeated attempts to control it with Atenenol and Diazide. LG never experienced high blood pressure or headaches before. An MRI scan was negative. In 1999 LG’s health deteriorated progressively with arthritis- like symptoms in her back, heart palpitations, mitral valve prolapse, fatigue, abnormal pap-smears including pre-cancerous cell abnormalities, night sweats, missed periods, and severe depression. By March 2001, LG, who normally weighed 120 lbs has lost 20 lbs.
In April 2001 lesions started appearing on LG’s face, which quickly became red-hot. Her legs became swollen and painfully burning. By May 2001, LG had several open lesions (6 mm to 2 cm in diameter) with some surrounding erythema, on her face and scalp. Her cheek pulsated as the facial lesions seemed to track to the chin (Fig.11) where the most fulminating lesion was; nearest to her teeth. The face was burning hot. Springtails (Collembola) and fibers were recovered from these sites. At that time, she showed low lymphocytes of 15.0% (normal 20-43%), high granulocytes of 77.1% (normal 51-74%) and high rheumatoid factor of 22.6 (normal <20 IU/ml). She also tested negative for all communicable diseases then. Her weight dropped to 92 lbs as she started experiencing movement sensations under the skin of her arms, face and scalp. Grayish pustular secretions oozed and moved down from the bloody lesions on the scalp and face. The lesion then extended to her legs.
In January 2002, LG was diagnosed with NCS by OMA. She was allergic to sulfa and sulfonamide compounds. Following our protocol, LG had the filling and the Dycal liner removed from tooth #18 in April 2002. These were replaced with Starflow and Aria (a combination of Bisgma, Tegdma, Lidma and catalysts). Our recommended vitamin supplementation program was initiated then. By May 2002, all symptoms were resolved (Fig.12). Constitutional and neurological functions as well as psychological, emotional and energy levels were restored to normalcy.
Fig. 1. Early NCS sores on the thigh of KM. She was born in 1964, treated with Dycal in two teeth in 1982 and in one tooth in 2002. Neurological symptoms in upper quadrant started in 1997. Cutaneous symptoms began in Spring 2002 preceded by extensive treatment with topical sulfa preparations for possible “mite infestation.” Dycal was removed in December, 2002 and recovery is in progress.
The cutaneous aspects include small itchy sores (Fig.1), inflamed often elevated pimples (Figs.2,3), and fully inflamed and painful open/amorphous mucoid lesions that often enlarge and coalese (Fig.4). Histopathological sections of lesions (Fig.5) show superficial and deep perivascular infiltrate of lymphocytes, accompanied by interstitial deposits of granular mucin material. Eosonophils are usually present within the inflammatory infiltrate and foci of epidermolytic hyporkeratosis are often identified within the epidermis (Fig.5). Lesions may also be on the scalp where they may be associated with infestation of springtails (Collembola). 1 In many cases, lesions are associated with edematous reaction usually in the arms and legs (Fig.6). Blood vessels may also become enlarged and elevated, and head may become hot and turn red. The gum tissue and the teeth and oral mucoid secretions may turn gray and become compromised first and stay compromised the longest. The above creeping sensation is clearly distinguished from these caused by nematodes such as Toxocara canis3 or Dioctophyme sp.4
General symptoms usually include fatigue, compromised immune system, psychological trauma and loss of self- esteem. The depressed immune status in most patients appears to pre-empt them for opportunistic infections.
Fig. 2. Elevated sores on the forehead of KM (Fig.1); note the hot red color of the skin.
A bad dentist (most) can cause plenty of problems, especially when they attempt to remove their old mercury fillings, 99% of the time they leave some mercury and 100% of the time the patient is exposed to a huge amount of mercury vapor as it is removed. 100% of the time they subject them selves to toxic numbing fluids, in short, it is no wonder children fear the dentist.
Your solution is to follow BOOK I, it simply suggest you return to Nature while your sick. Consume raw fruits until your well and nothing else. If you drink water, you distil it first with your water distiller. When you trust other sources, odds are your going to be poisoned. Only when you grow your own food and you clean your own water can you be sure your not being poisoned.
For now, the best you can do is correct the problems and allow the body to cleanse and catch up to what you would consider normal again.
Once dental is done, it is too late to talk about it. DENTIST only uses toxic materials, they have nothing that your mouth will accept as real.