Mercury is a well-known neurotoxin, the dangers of which, most people are well aware of. We know, for example, that mercury is present in a lot of seafood. Accordingly, we take measures to avoid buying food that is well-known for being high in mercury—like by buying wild-caught fish as opposed to farm raised fish and telling pregnant women to avoid tuna and shellfish altogether.
We know that mercury is one of the toxic heavy metals used as a preservative in vaccines and that that is a primary reason why vaccines cause so many dramatic neurological injuries.
If we asked you how much mercury you have in your body right now, you’d probably say little to none, if you can help it. Have you got any fillings in your teeth? What if we told you that those fillings are probably made from an alloy that is a 50/50 mixture of mercury and silver?
You would be shocked, certainly- and rightly so- after all, we’re told that “dental amalgams” are made from silver.
The fact that they are called “silver fillings” and are 50% mercury tells you one thing with absolute certainty. You were lied to.
Worse than that is that you were lied to intentionally, with the specific goal of hiding the fact that you are putting something into your mouth that were it to make its way into your bloodstream would almost certainly cause grievous physiological harm.
You may think, ‘but mixing it with silver stabilizes it so that it does not leach into the digestive tract.’ This is what we are told on the rare occasion that we learn about the presence of mercury in our fillings and express that concern to our dentist. But is that an honest answer that respects our right to health and our right to know what is good for us and what is bad for us?
Our teeth are very hard, that’s for sure. But humans have long life spans compared to other creatures, and we eat a lot. Over time the shape of the hard surface of our teeth changes. Just look at a child’s new adult teeth. They are very bumpy with pronounced ridges along the edge. These bumps and ridges wear down in a few years of normal eating. How long do you think it might take for the surface of a tooth that has a mercury filling to change enough to drop a filling, to cause small portions of it to break off, or for the filling to become dislodged and go into your stomach?
On top of the mechanical pressures and changes to our teeth, our mouths are full of powerful enzymes and acids working constantly to break things down. Even hard metals would succumb to all these pressures eventually.
These fillings release mercury vapors every time you chew food or gum, grind your teeth, or brush your teeth. And mercury is the MOST potent neurotoxin known to man.
But we are expected to believe that our mercury fillings are safe.
Amalgam fillings that contain mercury are being used less and less due to the fact that practically everyone knows mercury is deadly and because we all have access to the Internet. In other words, they are having a much more difficult time lying to us.
If you have a dental amalgam filling, you should have it removed and replaced at the earliest opportunity. On top of this, be aware that many dentists are still using dental amalgams. If you or anyone you know has these fillings or is going to get a filling make sure they know about mercury-based dental amalgams.
Be sure to ask your dentist what the fillings he or she uses are made of, and be very insistent that you do not want a mercury-based dental filling in your mouth. If your children are going to see a dentist, make sure that nothing containing mercury finds its way into their mouths.
If your dentist shows any lack of respect for your concern about these issues go to another dentist immediately. Do not support any care provider who scoffs at your right to know what goes into your care or does not respect your skepticism about mainstream medicine.
The only way a situation like this can come to pass is the obvious fact that our right to know and our right to health is not respected by the so-called medical professionals. So you make damned sure that your dentist does not use mercury fillings.
And right now, at this very moment- commit yourself henceforth to calling these poisonous implants by their rightful name: Mercury Fillings.
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