Eliminación segura en la Clínica Dental de la Amalgama de Mercurio (empastes de plata) mediante la sinergia de Filtros Nasales de Carbón Activo (InspiraHealth) y Fitoterapia.

Safe Removal of Amalgam Fillings in Dental Clinic: Use of Synergic Nasal Filters (Active Carbon) and Phytonaturals
María Eugenia Cabaña-Muñoz, José Maria Parmigiani-Izquierdo, José María Parmigiani- Cabaña, José Joaquín Merino
Dental amalgam restorations were introduced to North America in the 1830s. Thus, dentist and patient should have been encouraged to avoid risk factors associated with unnecessary exposure to mercury during/after removal amalgam fillings. Mercury exposure from amalgam fillings is dramatically increased by chewing, eating, brushing, and drinking hot liquids. To avoid this, the use of safe protocols for dental filling removal together with (the synergic) use of nasal filters (active carbon) and nutritional supplements (i.e.: Curcuma longa, Clorella, Desmodium….) would enhance endogenous detoxification capacities against heavy metals in patients before / during / after removal of dental amalgam. Other factors, as the presence of implants, electromagnetic fields and orthodontic treatments can contribute to mercury and other heavy metal release. Finally, the safe procedures or alternatives even if certainly some cause-effect relationships have yet to be properly established.
Keywords: mercury, dental amalgam, curcumine, safe removal of dental fillings, safe protocol, odontology, dentists, toxicology, heavy metals, Nasal Filters
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