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Mercury is a toxic metal and very dangerous to human health and the environment, and many humans have it in there dental amalgam. Do you know where to take them safely?
Really! Then why has the US Government outlawed incandescent light bulbs in favor of CFL bulbs containing Mercury?
Dental amalgam once used as restorative material for caries will not cause any harm and binds very firmly to the tooth structure mechanically. That is why amalgam is still widely used. The only problem of amalgam contamination is that excess mercury which is mixed with alloy is poured into the water resources which cause mercury poisoning. Safe disposal of mercury must be taken and as such a perfect mix is not of much harm to the body. Know why? Coz am a dentist!
by itakins5 years ago
Should we limit the amount of fish we eat,for fear of mercury poisoning?How much is too much?
by itakins6 years ago
What are the symptoms of mercury poisoning?How is it treated?
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