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Re: H2O2 Mouthwashes. A bad idea for Amalgams, what about composites?
 
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Re: H2O2 Mouthwashes. A bad idea for Amalgams, what about composites?


Hi Insight56
I also have heard all the scuttlebut against using H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) with Amalgam and composites, but in ten years of my use of H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) in my mouth with both Amalgam and composite fillings, I have never lost a filling. Moreover, the Amalgam is decomposing and releasing minute amounts of mercury with every time you chew something or grind your teeth, so I don't believe H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) will make this process any worse. The nascent oxygen may even help to oxidize the mercury gas released into mercuric oxide that the body can eliminate? I'm no chemist, but it makes sense to me.
Cheers,
Paul
 

 
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