Get Toxic Metal Mercury Fillings Removed From Your Mouth Now!

mercury amalgam filling

mercury amalgam filling

You may have heard about people getting their toxic mercury fillings removed but you need more information before you take the plunge. Here’s some of the information you need.

If you have dark or metallic-colored fillings in your mouth, you probably have silver fillings that are 50 percent mercury. This is likely the cause of numerous health problems that result as the mercury leeches from these toxic fillings and is worn away as you chew.

It’s essential to get rid of these fillings , but it’s just as important to have the removal procedure done by a qualified/expert mercury free dentist who knows the right way to do it. You see, mercury can escape during the removal process and do you even more harm. But proper containment procedures can reduce this risk.

Take note that the removal of mercury fillings should not be done during pregnancy or if you expect to get pregnant within six to eight months because the toxic metal released during the removal procedure could possibly get into and remain in your bloodstream, potentially getting into the baby and your breast milk.

If your dentist tries to tell you that the risk from mercury fillings in minimal, get another dentist. Then when doing the procedure, expect the dentist and hygienist and any others in the room to wear masks, rubber gloves and more. They will also put a protective covering over the parts of your mouth not being treated to help prevent mercury from getting into your system and will cover your nose with an oxygen mask in most cases.

The replacement procedure shouldn’t be painful — and you benefit from a new tooth-colored filling that looks much better than the original. What could be better for your looks and your health?

Whatever you do, don’t delay. The sooner you get rid of your mercury fillings, the sooner you can get on with your life.


New trend – Botox on Vacation

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trained botox injection

We are always keeping our eyes out, looking for the new trends that are sweeping through the population of the world. After all, we do not want to be the last to know about anything exciting! Whenever we find something truly remarkable, we always bring it straight to you – and that is why we are really excited to tell you about one of the newest trends: Botox on vacation.

It may sound strange, but receiving medical treatment while on holiday is not actually that unusual. People have been going away for a holiday and combining it with an operation for many years; either because the location where they were going had better healthcare, or because they could not organise an appointment in the area where they normally lived, or even because they wanted to treat themselves to a little sea, sun, and sand at the same time! Just be careful to see a properly trained Botox Professional.

However, receiving Botox whilst on holiday has become the absolutely must-have way to receive it. After all, a Botox injection does not take up that much of your time at all, and within hours you can return to your normal day to day activities. Why shouldn’t you combine catching that amazing tan and drinking your favourite cocktails with smoothing out those wrinkles that were starting to really embarrass you?

We are seeing more and more celebrities – as well as people without a Bentley and millions in the bank – take some time out of their vacation to give themselves a little TLC. It is a perfect way to treat yourself after a long and difficult year, or to celebrate a new promotion. Receiving Botox whilst on holiday means that you do not have to take time out of your busy schedule to organise everything; instead you can just sit back and relax as your concerns literally disappear in front of you.


What You Don’t Know About Your Toothpaste May Surprise You

toothpasteIf you’re like most people, you’ve probably never really looked at the ingredients list on your toothpaste.  The FDA wouldn’t allow any ingredients that aren’t safe, after all, so you don’t have anything to worry about.  If you have looked at that packaging, the long, unfamiliar words may have left you baffled.  Here’s what you need to know about some of the ingredients that may be lurking in your toothpaste.

  1. Fluoride – Your dentist recommends it for its cavity fighting ability, but it’s also an active ingredient in rat poison.  There is a reason why your packaging says to keep it out of reach of children under 6, and to call poison control if you swallow more than is generally used for brushing.  There have been cases of deaths from fluoride poisoning.
  2. Tin – Most toothpastes use sodium fluoride, but if you see the active ingredient stannous fluoride, that means it contains tin.  It can cause skin irritation and at high doses can lead to shock.
  3. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and Sodium Laureth Sulfate – Look at the ingredients on your shampoo and your laundry soap and you will probably see these ingredients on those products as well.  These chemicals help the product create suds.  They are linked to skin irritation and ulc
  4. Triclosan – The chemical used in antibacterial products.  It’s added to help fight gingivitis, but flossing also works and is a better choice.  Triclosan is linked to allergies and may be contributing to the rise in the antibiotic resistant bacteria.
  5. Propylene Glycol – Cousin to ethylene glycol, the main ingredient in antifreeze and used in non-toxic antifreeze.  But just because it isn’t as fatal as its cousin, doesn’t mean it’s healthy.  Some studies suggest that propylene glycol may contribute to certain abnormalities, including those in the brain.
  6. Diethanolamine – Another chemical that foams as you brush and is linked to kidney and liver cancer.
  7. Carrageenan – A common food additive extracted from red seaweed, but it isn’t as healthy as it sounds.  Can cause bowel irritation and may contribute to certain cancers.
  8. Artificial Sweeteners – Including Saccharin, Aspartame and Sucralose, artificial sweeteners are known to cause many health problems, including brain lesions.  Look for toothpastes that use xylitol or stevia instead.

Many would argue that you’re not swallowing it, so except for the skin irritants, you don’t need to worry about these.  First, it’s nearly impossible not to swallow at least a little bit.  Second, even if you don’t swallow so much as a molecule, your skin is surprisingly permeable, especially the thin skin inside your mouth.  Even if you aren’t swallowing these chemicals, they’re still getting into your bloodstream just as effectively.  If you find this alarming, you can make your own toothpaste.  There are lots of fantastic make-your-own toothpaste recipes, but it can be as simple as stirring a little baking soda into a bit of coconut oil, and adding some xylitol and a few drops of essential oil or flavoring oil of your choice to taste.


Removing Old Mercury Fillings In San Diego

by Brighton Dental San Diego

San Diego Patient

San Diego Patient

If you’re ready to get the toxic mercury and other metals out of your mouth and start seeing the positive impacts to your overall health, it’s time for removing your mercury fillings and replacing them with composite or another material.

Today’s modern filling materials are made to match the color of your teeth, so they look much better than those old dark metal fillings that so many people had in generations past — even on front teeth where they showed.

But that’s not the main reason for changing them. Those old fillings are 50 percent mercury, and research has proven that mercury is toxic. It doesn’t belong in the human body.

The expense for removing mercury fillings varies depending on how many there are, of course. Replacing a single filling can cost $250 or so depending on the circumstances. For example, single surface fillings cost more than two or three surface fillings. Also, the tooth may have additional decay since the filling was originally put in, meaning the replacement filling may need to be larger. It’s even possible that a porcelain crown or even a bridge may be the best replacement for an old mercury filling when the tooth has significantly decays in the years since it was first put in.

When crowns are necessary, they can cost more than $1,000 each. But keep in mind that there’s no reason to believe that an old mercury filling with have to be replaced with anything other than a similarly sized composite filling unless your dentist tells you there is additional decay or other problems.

For most people who have multiple mercury fillings that need removing, the treatment of each tooth is different. A crown, inlay or bridge may be necessary, but many old fillings can be replaced with similar new ones of safer materials, saving money and freeing you from the concerns about having yet another complicated dental procedure. Whatever the situation, there’s a solution available.

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New York Botox & Filler Training Options

NY Course DiagramAs a practice offering cosmetic injectables it is advisable to offer patients a variety of options to meet their individual needs. In the case of cosmetic injectables, one size does not fit all. Each product offers its own benefits and often address different issues. For example, someone with aging hands will not benefit from Botox, but would with Radiesse. The more options your practice offers, the more you increase your patient base.
Let’s take a look at a couple of the more popular fillers.


Radiesse is a calcium hydroxylapatite (a substance found in naturally in bone) filler that comes in a gel form. It is used to add volume to an area and in the process creates a smoother skin surface. The formula is comprised of microspheres that encapsulate the calcium hydroxylapatite.

The really exciting thing about Radiesse is that is has been found to actually stimulate the body’s own collagen production. As we age our collagen production slows down and our skin looses our elasticity. With Radiesse you get immediate improvements after the injections and also long term benefits with the stimulated collagen production.

Radiesse is typically used in applications where they are deep grooves such as nasolabial folds. It plumps up the area creating a smoother surface area. It is also used to minimize crow’s feet and hollowed out cheeks. Radiesse can even be used on the backs of the hands which can start to appear skeletal-like with increasing age.

The side effects with Radiesse are minimal and can include redness, swelling and bruising. There is also a Radiesse formula, Radiesse +, that comes combined with lidocaine to minimize discomfort during injections.


Juvederm is a hyaluronic acid that comes in injectable form. Hyaluronic acid is found naturally in the body, particularly in the skin and connective tissue. It is often used in applications to improve skin appearance because it is attracted to water and when combined with it in the body creates a gel-like substance that acts as a natural moisturizer within the body.
Juvederm harnesses the HA (hyaluronic acid) so it can be injected into specific areas in order to reduce wrinkles and fine lines. The benefits of Juvederm are incredibly long-lasting and results may last as long as a year in patients who have been treated with it.

The uses of Juvederm include plumping up cheeks that have flattened and sagged. Nasolabial folds are also a popular area for treatment as the Juvederm fills out the deep grooves along the sides of the mouth.

Juvederm can also be used to plump up lips that have thinned due to aging. The injections create not only a fuller lip, but a smoother lip surface.
Juvederm’s side effects can include firmness, swelling and redness. Most side effects are resolved within 14 days.


Each injectable requires specific training in application and administration. There are courses offered in Botox training in New York as well as other dermal filler products. Dentox offers such courses that are conducted by Dr. Howard Katz, a pioneer in the use of Botox for the treatment of several medical conditions including facial spasms and clenching.
The courses are offered regularly and hundreds of providers have been trained and educated by Dentox on the advantages of fillers from both the patient and practice perspective. Contact Dentox today to find more information on their next session.

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7 Benefits of Sliding Doors

glass closet doorSliding doors are fast becoming the go-to option for modern personal and business properties.  They create more space and offer more natural light and fresh air where ever they are installed. They maximize comfort by offering noise reduction, and they are highly secure and customizable that they perfect for almost any property, even if it is traditionally styled. On top of being very useful they also enhance the aesthetics and value of your property.

1.      Elegance

Sliding doors don’t only offer you maximum performance and comfort, they are also elegant and blend with almost any building’s architecture. They can give traditional styled homes a more contemporary look and increase the value of the property. They even compliment your interior décor seamlessly.

If you want to make a very good first impression on visitors, sliding doors are the way to go.

2.      Fresh Air

With the way these doors are easy to open and close, you can easily adjust the amount of air flow in your home or office and allow in more fresh air. When the weather starts to get harsh, they also provide you maximum comfort by preventing drafts and water leakages (from rain) penetrating.

3.      Natural Light

With sliding doors, you can save on massive energy bills as they allow in more light and are highly efficient at trapping heat due to the large size of their panes and narrow frames.

During the day there is no need to keep your lights on and send your lighting bills through the roof. And when it starts to get cold, you don’t have to constantly keep your air conditioner or heater on as they are thermal efficient and prevent the heat from escaping.

4.      Noise Reduction

If your property is located near a noisy area such as a road, subway, airport, stadium, or freeway, sliding doors offer optimum sound reduction capabilities when they are sound proofed.

This means you can rest easy if you are at home or focus more when at work without worrying about all the crackle from the outside world. Your living and working area can become a place full of tranquility.

5.      Security

Property owners need to invest in door solutions that provide them with peace of mind. Sliding doors with laminated glass is more than adequate to provide the type of safety and security they need.

The laminated glass is very strong and can withstand a lot of impact before it breaks, unlike the usual textured glass. This makes it ideal when you have children in the house, as they are kept away from harm, and it would take a burglar a while to break through.

Sliding doors are usually also offered with multipoint locking systems that add an extra level of security from burglars, as well as tight locks that keep them shut in harsh weather.

6.      Eco-Friendly

Sliding doors that are manufactured from aluminum frames not only offer great insulation and sturdiness, but they are also environmentally friendly. Aluminum is one of the most recyclable metal and can easily be reprocessed and reused.

7.      Beautiful View

If you have a beautiful lawn or backyard then, sliding doors will give you a stunning view of them so that you can enjoy them again and again. Just get a couch and relax and enjoy. Your guests can also be given a beautiful view of your lovely patio with stylish patio doors.


Botox Injection Training in Los Angeles

botox points - los angeles coursePhysicians are always looking for ways to enhance their services and maximize revenue. Adding Botox injections can increase that revenue and your patient base at the same time. Cosmetic injectables can be a steady and profitable source of income.


Botox is just one of a number of injectables that can be added to your patient services menu. Though Botox is most notably known for cosmetic benefits, research is demonstrating that it can be used for a number of medical conditions.

Migraines and excessive sweating (hyperhydrosis) have been successfully treated for years with Botox. There have been great strides made with the application of it in cases of pericranial muscle spasms, TMD and depression.

The cosmetic benefits of Botox include reduction of crow’s feet and forehead lines. Each filler/injectable has its own “best” uses and by offering not only Botox, but other products such as Restylane, Juvederm and Voluma.


If lack of experience is holding you back from offering injectables and you feel it is out of your scope of practice, you should consider participating in an exciting and comprehensive course offered by Dentox.

Dentox and Dr. Howard Katz offered the most innovative Botox training available in Los Angeles. Attendees have the option of working with “live” models or, for those who are unlicensed in California, there are simulated skin/face models.

Dr. Katz is one of the foremost experts on Botox for therapeutic uses. He has developed protocols for Botox that have been licensed with Allergan, the makers of Botox. By having Dr. Katz train you, you are receiving instruction and expertise directly from a man who is considered a pioneer in Botox research and development.


The course covers such things as consultation, selection of injection sites, dealing with and minimizing adverse reactions and how to combine aesthetic treatments for maximum effect.

In addition to the clinical side, the course will advise you on how to bill (and get paid) for Botox services, documentation concerns, and malpractice insurance coverage considerations.

You will also be instructed on methods to reduce wasted materials which could potentially save you thousands of dollars a year. Dentox has thought of everything and no other course in the area comes close to the amount and scope of information offered in this Botox training module.

Countless practitioners have already benefited from attending this Botox training in Los Angeles. Don’t delay – if you are considering adding injectables in your practice, call the experts and arrange for your attendance in the next available course.

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The Wisdom Teeth Removal Process

painful wisdom toothYou will meet with the oral surgeon prior to surgery.  Be sure to bring a list of all current prescribed and over the counter medications.  Discuss any and all health problems, and ask any questions you may have.

It’s important to discuss concerns ahead offend procedure, you probably will not feel like it afterwards.  The surgeon will numb your mouth and also give you drugs through a vein in your arm to make you drowsy. You might sleep during the whole procedure.   You’ll either get drugs through a vein or breathe the gas in through a mask. You’ll be asleep the whole time and might not wake up for an hour or so after the surgery.

Your doctor may have to cut your gums or bone to remove the wisdom teeth. If so, he’ll stitch the wounds shut so they heal. These stitches usually dissolve after a few days. He may also stuff gauze pads in your mouth to soak up some of the blood.

Everyone responds differently to anesthesia. If you had a local anesthetic and feel alert, you might be able to drive home to begin your recovery, however it is best to have a ride, and some doctors require this. . You might even be able to go back to work or do your normal activities. If you had general anesthesia or still feel drowsy, j8st rest and take it easy, allowing yourself time to heal.  Plan to have help once you get home, especially if you have children or pets that require attention.  Most people have little to no pain after surgery. You’ll likely have swelling and mild discomfort for 3 or so days. Your mouth may need a few weeks to completely heal.

Some Tips For After the Procedure:

  • Use an ice pack on your face to curb swelling bruising.  You may also use moist heat for a sore jaw.
  • Gently open and close your mouth to exercise your jaw. Eat soft foods like pasta, rice, or soup.
  • Also, don’t forget to Drink  plenty of fluids, might do not use a straw to drink your liquids.  Brush your teeth gently starting the second day. Don’t brush against any blood clots.
  • Take the drugs your doctor prescribes to ease pain or swelling and infection.
  • Call your doctor if you have a fever, or if your pain or swelling doesn’t improve.

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An All Natural Approach to Oral Hygiene

If you are a patient, or thinking about becoming a patient, of a holistic or biological dentist, you will find yourself being re-educated in regards to dental hygiene. Practices differ considerably when comparing traditional methods of caring for teeth and gums, and the holistic way, which encompasses more than just the mouth.

According to San Diego Dentist, Paige Woods, DDS:

“Biological dentists believe that good oral health translates into good health in general, and therefore a longer, happier life span. Their philosophy is that in keeping the teeth and gums and underlying structures (bone and jaw) will keep the rest of your body systems healthy.”

Let’s take a look at the simplest oral care there is, teeth brushing. One of the most basic rules in holistic dentistry is no fluoride. So any toothpaste or mouthwash you use should be a fluoride free product. Just because a commercial toothpaste does not contain fluoride, it still may have unwanted chemicals in it. Opt for an all natural brand and check the ingredient list. Ideally, you can make your own toothpaste and will find several different recipes on the internet. Some recipes may include bentonite clay, baking soda or coconut oil.

Oil pulling is a practice that is catching on here in the States. You simply take 1-2 teaspoons of oil, coconut or sesame is preferred, and swish it around in your mouth for about 15 minutes. While you swish, you also “push” the oil through the spaces between your teeth. This technique is said to help heal the teeth and gums and pull toxins out of the body.

Your holistic dentist will tell you that eating a well balanced, organic diet that is high in nutritional value is a huge component in achieving good oral health. As because they are concerned with the patient as a whole, this emphasis on nutrition not only promotes good dental health, but it a great resource for improving the patient’s health in general.

Flossing is also recommended by holistic dentists, just as in traditional dentistry. Flossing is a surefire way to remove debris in between the teeth. If left untouched, they can cause tooth decay, gum disease and bad breath. Make sure to be gentle when flossing, avoid rough use of floss and try not to cause any bleeding or cuts to the gums. If you notice more blood than you think you should be seeing, notify your dentist right away. This could be a sign of periodontal disease or some other disorder. When you are done flossing, you should rinse your mouth with and antibacterial, antifungal rinse to avoid infection that could possible take root in the inflamed and open gums.

Discuss other options and methods with your dentist, to keep your teeth clean and your gums healthy in between dental visits. They will have solid advice backed up by years of experience in which to guide you to great health.

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