Protocol for Amalgam Removal

For your safety, amalgams must be removed properly. Specific guidelines must be taken to prevent mercury and other metals from being released into your body.

This video, courtesy of the IAOMT (International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology), demonstrates why it’s crucial to use our protocol in proper amalgam removal.

Taking Precautions To Prevent Absorption Of Mercury Vapors…

Vapors may enter through eyes, nose or mouth. This occurs most often
through the oral mucosa of cheeks, gum, tongue and palate.

To keep patients at optimal health, we recommend these five important steps:

  1. Use of a rubber dam.
  2. Use of a low-speed drill.
  3. Use of two different vacuum systems.
  4. X-ray taken after amalgam removal.
  5. Use of chlorella.