If mercury amalgam dental fillings are safe for us?

Why do aware dentists dress in hazmat attire to extract them?

Why do they use vacuums and dams for protection?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) by law requires the disposal of extracted silver amalgams to be treated as a biohazard not to be touched by the bare hands. Hmmm? Why is the US Government still allowing them to be placed into our mouths?

Dr. Oz

Thank you for broadcasting the truth about mercury fillings. The US Government has been hiding the truth.

Jeff Bezos

No amount of money will stop the bioaccumulation of mercury occurring in your body.
Amazon sells a Doctor’s Data Toxic & Essential Hair Elements Test.

Michael J. Fox

After 30 years it’s now time to come clean to the donors of your foundation that neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Asperger’s and ALS are linked to mercury amalgam dental fillings. You would not have gotten sick if you didn’t have a mouth full of mercury:
In 2009, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) teamed up to produce this amazing video warning children of the dangers of mercury. They never received the memo that mercury passes through the umbilical cord? No fetus can safely handle any amount of this dangerous neurotoxin. Mercury dental fillings are linked to miscarriages. The US Government is telling you that they decide if your baby is born or not. go ahead and be a good citizen, Listen to your government and only put mercury in your mouth because the science is wrong..
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) states that a silver amalgam filling contains approximately 1 gram of mercury. This is the same amount of mercury in a thermometer and if this amount were dropped into a 20-acre lake, the US Government would declare the water contaminated. Don’t believe me? Call the FDA at 866-300-4374 or email Jeff Shuren at jeff.shuren@fda.hhs.gov.
Jeff’s job within the FDA is to make sure mercury gets put into your mouth so their salaries continue to get paid by the American Dental Association lobbyists.
The United Nations reported that the cremation of human remains releases 3.6 tons of mercury into the environment. Should the US Government force morticians to drill out those mercury amalgams? No way! Because the morticians will get sick. Unless the US Government requires them to follow the IOAMT safe removal protocol. But this would be entrapment because they would essentially be admitting guilt!
The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) estimates that 8 tons of mercury are flushed into our water supply each year by individuals that have silver amalgam fillings in their mouth. Now why would you listen to a silly organizaion like them when all that they do is provide facts and protect dentists and patients from mercury poisoning?
The US Environmental Protection Agency is aware that dental offices contribute the largest amounts of mercury into our sewage system. What happens to this sludge eventually? It gets burned and the mercury is released back into our environment. Furthermore the leftover solids often end up fertilizing lawns, parks and possibly the food we eat.

This is a great example that adds to the mystery of why the US Government still refuses to admit the truth.

The felt hat manufacturing industry began in England around 1830. Back then camel hair was used to make felt material. Somebody discovered that the felting process was sped up if the fibers were moistened with camel urine. The story had it that a workman in France was using his own urine. He seemed to consistently produce a superior felt. This person was being treated with a mercury compound for syphilis. Rumors spread and the use of solutions of mercuric nitrate became widespread in the felt industry.

The prolonged exposure to the mercury vapors caused mercury poisoning. Dementia and erethism were a common ailment among 19th Century hatmakers. Erratic, flamboyant behavior was one of the most evident alterations caused by mercury along with mood swings and various debilities. Victims developed severe and uncontrollable muscular tremors and twitching limbs, called ‘hatter’s shakes’; other symptoms included distorted vision and confused speech. Advanced cases developed hallucinations and other psychotic symptoms.
The crazy Mad Hatter of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland is becoming widely associated with the effects of Mercury on behavior. Carroll based his mad hatter on Theophilus Carter, not a hatter but a furniture dealer, who was known locally as the Mad Hatter, partly because he always wore a top hat, and partly because he was quite an eccentric and produced some wacky inventions. Makers of felt hats would indeed often drool, tremble, talk to themselves and have bouts of severe paranoia, for reasons that only became clear later. They were the eccentrics and madmen of the clothing trades, which gave rise to the phrase used today.
Danbury, Connecticut was at the center of America’s hat-making industry until they went out of style. It was the hat making capital of the world in the 19th century with 56 different factories in production. Workers developed a own reputation for madness. Carroting was the process used to wash the animal furs. It was an orange-colored solution containing a mercury nitrate. Workers would often be exposed to mercury vapors in the steamy air.
Mercury attacks the nervous system, causing drooling, hair loss, uncontrollable muscle twitching, a lurching gait, and difficulties in talking and thinking clearly. Mad hatters stumbled about in a confused state with slurred speech and trembling hands sometimes mistaken for drunks. The ailment became known as “The Danbury Shakes”.

December 1st, 1941

The United States Public Health Service banned the use of mercury in the felt industry. They didn’t like that mercury vapors were making people mad.


Only the US Government is allowed to legally mercury poison you.