This seems to be one of the areas one can research until blue in the face however I'm starting to see a picture emerge where one can pare down to the essentials.
I seem to be bumping into people who found a local dentist who "gets it" and doesn't necessarily have all of the fancy equipment but uses rubber dams and safety precautions.
Testing for compatibility seems a bit wasteful since it feels expensive, not all that conclusive, and you know that when the mercury is out no matter what you use it's 99% better (is this correct? any one differ in opinion? if so why?)
So if you are up on your own health, nutrition, know how to chelate and take care of yourself, perhaps the best route is to go to an informed local practioner? (question?)
Seems where I'm leaning. I understand there are dentists out there who really specialize but I wonder if the extra $ 10,000 or so they probably charge is really worth it. Especially since the culture of these specialists is to charge a lot up front with very little information.
I can't remember another time someone wanted me to plonk down over $200 just to explore whether I wanted to have a service.