Is the removal of amalgam reasonable? If you are unsure, we would be delighted to advice you. The replacement is not always necessary. We offer you blood and saliva analyses, as well as consultation on the replacement material.
Our specialty lies in the professional technical implementation – hence we minimalist the burden on the body.
- As much as necessary, as litte as possible.
- Gentle drilling (mercury vaporises!) and the tooth should be kept alive
- Special suction device to aspirate the vapour
- Adjunctive therapy
- Reasonable replacement material! (hypoallergenic)
The drilling out of amalgam involves many risks from the holistic point of view. In addition to that, only very few people know about the replacement: If they use poorly processed fillings made from synthetic materials instead of well positioned amalgam, this might not only have been unnecessary but also probably even harmful BISGMA (BPA!) is not less health-damaging.
Drilling out has to take place in a gently way with the least rotational speed and adequate water cooling. This requires time and patience (you are free to have a look on the watch). The tooth needs to be drilled out carefully and be cleaned, as traces of amalgam can harm the body. The tooth that has been “irritated” by the drilling has to recover. You will receive a “interim filling” that allows the “wound” to recover. Only then we insert the previously chosen replacement material for the long-term provision. This works for the hypoallergenic synthetic materials as well as for ceramics. Blood analyses help us to find the strain (sensitisation) of amalgam and other materials. Furthermore, the level of mercury in the blood or saliva can be detected and thus the replacement can be performed as indicated and justified. To complement this, we are happy to provide you with a adjunctive therapy for drainage and detoxification. We work with the help of orthomolecular substances (vitamins and trace minerals), algae and homeopathic resources.