Having them removed presents another choice. Do you just have a regular dentist remove them or spend up to 3x taking precautions that rely on fear rather than science?
If you have ever played with mercury you know that the liquid metal will attract to itself and a ball of it can be used to gather up smaller amounts by coming in contact with the larger mass. Part of my job in the Air Force involved cleaning out the trap on the spit bowl and the high speed vacuum . The drill tailings and chucks have always remained chemically locked into amalgam, never have I witnessed any free mercury ball up and form in any of this concentrated waste. Mercury chemically locked in Amalgam is as harmless as the fillings in your mouth over a short period of time.
I think it does more harm than good to scare people into doing nothing because they can't find or afford these ridiculous procedures. This is the same problem you find in a perfectionist, they will either achieve impossible perfection or usually do nothing at all.
The same problem of perfection comes into play over chelation. The perfectionist wants ALL the metal removed from their entire body, this is simply not possible. After the source of mercury is removed your body over time will naturally reduce your toxic load. If you force the removal with chelation you risk doing permanent harm by stirring up what your body has wisely tucked out of harms way.
a bull went into a china shop, smashed a lot of the merchandise going through, and lay down
the owner came out from the back and freaked out and woke the bull up and chased it out through the shop destroying the remaining half of the china and eventually the shop as well, as it went around and around in the shop