Congratulations on getting the dreadful Amalgam removed!
While Cutler used DDI's test in his book, he has in the back of his hair test book tips for interpreting tests from other companies.
TEI tests are not difficult to interpret. I think ARL and a couple of others are useful too. I don't find Genova very useful for this purpose.
There are 600+ hair tests here.
I think they accept TEI and maybe ARL.
You could also try imageshack or similar.
Around p 50 of his book Amalgam Illness he has a diagram in which he indicates that people who chelate--safely--after removal have fewer sfx in the following year than those who do not chelate or who chelate unsafely.
The worst thing seems to be to use lipoic acid or cilantro in the months after Amalgam removal. I've read many accounts in our group and in the large Yahoo groups but it was still striking to see it in person. A close female friend accidentally took ALA months after amalgam removal when the long time maker of her multi vitamin added ALA. She is slowly recovering on DMPS + ALA (Cutler protocol) http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/frequent-dose-chelation/message/86214
Remember, according to Cutler's theory, mercury and to a lesser extent other heavy metals foul up movement of minerals into hair (mineral transport). If that is happening in your case, the levels of essential elements are not very useful to you. They don't reflect body levels very well. This is an early version of the rules with a comment by a noted autism doctor. http://onibasu.com/archives/am/2200.html
I assume you are getting plenty of antioxidants such as vitamin C, E, selenium.