Toxicity of Amalgams
Author(s): Fenrich Jon
Issue: Jan/Feb 1999 - Dental Compounding
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Abstract: The toxicity of dental amalgams continues to be a contentious issue, but chelation remains a viable treatment option in this type of toxic exposure. The author discusses chelating agents, mercury – a demonstrable toxin and experimental support (of the use of demercaptoprpopanesulfonic acid and dimerrcaptosuccinic acid as chelating agents).
Related Categories: DENTAL, HISTORY
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