I'm not offended at all. I just wanted to let you know that you should take what's said about the different chelators with a grain (or truckload) of salt. For example, I wonder if the person you read about may have had the scarring because of the doctor used the IV DMPS improperly or some other factor. That could mean that DMPS was not really to blame (or not solely to blame). Of course, I can't know for sure.
You can find a website called DMPS Backfire which is full of horror stories about people who suffered bad reactions to DMPS. The problem is that quite a few of the stories are from people who chelated while they still had silver fillings in their teeth. Their bad reactions would have happened no matter what chelator they used.
Of course, there really isn't a reason you need to use DMPS since there are other methods which people have used successfully.
The fact that you have 4 silver fillings and yeast-related symptoms makes it very likely that you have a mercury problem. I highly recommend that you replace them and chelate.
It has helped quite a few people, including myself, reduce or eliminate yeast symptoms and feel better.
To give you an example of what I mean. I broke the diet last night with rice and mandarin oranges. I have reacted, of course. I needed to go to the bathroom more, felt some emotional effect and had a very strange dream, and woke up with tears in my eyes. Compared to the terrible reactions I had before I began chelating, this is extremely mild. I'm not cured yet, but my progress has been wonderful once I started getting the metals out.