Amalgam Removal





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Published on Mar 8, 2009

Removal of amalgam (silver-mercury) fillings: Dr. Sarkissian respects the undeniable scientific evidence accumulated over the last two decades, recording many alarming facts about the unsuitability of amalgam, or mercury-silver for use in humans.
In many European countries, its use has been almost abolished, and moreover, banned for placement in pregnant women and children. In the US, consumerss have become more aware of the potential danger and many patients are demanding full informed consent before having anything placed in their mouths. All about mercury in amalgams, can be found ath the the IAOMT website.

If Dr. Sarkissian need to replace failing amalgam fillings, we first make sure that certain supplements are taken with the co-operation of the patients naturopathic practitioner, to boost excretion processes. We then follow strict protocols set aside by the IAOMT, the most important measures including:

* High-volume air evacuation with mercury filters
* Using an electrical drill with less RPM, and following a sectioning method of amalgam removal to minimize mercury vaporization.
* Placement of rubber dam, or in some cases, use of the IAOMT-approved "cleanup suction".
* Placement of moist napkins over the patients nose and eyes, and sometimes oxygen.

If you live in the Glendale or greater Los Angeles area you can visit Dr. Sarkissian's homeopathic dentistry website, http://www.SarkissianDDS.com, to learn more.

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