Practice near me in the West Palm Beach area that performs amalgam filling removal
At Pure Dental Care, we understand that many West Palm Beach area patients may be dealing with amalgam fillings. These fillings are made of 50% mercury which can be toxic to the body and result in the development of many neurological and physical medical issues. In order to avoid the continued toxicity of the mouth and body, patients may ask their dentist for safe amalgam filling removal. Removal can only be done at the request of the patient.
Staff at Pure Dental Care are specially trained to provide safe amalgam fillings removal as they are dentists of a mercury safe practice. Many dentists call themselves “mercury free” which only means that the do not place metal fillings. However, to have these fillings removed in a proper manner, patients must visit a dental practice that is “mercury safe.”
Patients in and around the West Palm Beach area can visit our practice for amalgam filling removal done per the standards of the IAOMT, also referred to as the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology. This organization has developed specific protocols that must be followed to ensure the safety of everyone during amalgam filling removal. This includes vacuuming of the toxins, specific ways of breaking up the amalgam to reduce toxic vapors, and the use of special coverage and ventilation systems. Pure Dental Care follow these standards closely to ensure the health and safety of everyone in the treatment room during amalgam fillings removal.
If you live in the West Palm Beach area and have been searching for a practice “near me” that provides safe amalgam filling removal, look no further than the team of Pure Dental Care. We can assist patients in permanent removal and replacement of their silver amalgam fillings and provide them with composite resin fillings as a safer and more aesthetic alternative when they are ready to make that change. We welcome new and current patients to our practice and can provide consultation appointments where our patients can ask any questions they may have about the amalgam removal procedure or any other treatments available through our state-of-the-art practice.
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