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Ceramic Fillings and Chelation
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Published: 8 years ago

Ceramic Fillings and Chelation

I have been hoping to do some chelation and have come across the fact that chelation is not safe with mercury amalgrams still in one's teeth.

I actually had to look in the mirror to realize none of my fillings look metal, and they are all in fact a tooth colored type (most likely ceramic, right?). Anyways, while trying to imagine the procedure I had in order to get these fillings I think I remember having 2 substances put in my tooth for each filling. My guess is that I have some sort of mercury or mercury/silver mix under the ceramic covers. The reason is because one of my fillings looks particularly dark under the tooth colored filling and is most likely the under layer of mercury.

Would chelation in this scenario still be safe? From looking at my teeth there is absolutely no direct exposure of mercury to my mouth, all I can see is a bit of darkness below the opaqueness of my filling.

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