Aine Ni Cheallaigh tells her personal story of how her health was destroyed by mercury from dental amalgam fillings and how she recovered when she got the mercury out. 2 mins
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Not so cut and dried as one would think. Removing mercury fillings involves cutting into the teeth involved which then results in holes which then have to be filled with other material which can then fall out. This happened to me. I had mercury fillings removed then filled. All those teeth have now decayed to the point where, after consulting more than one dentist, one tooth is broken off and dead, and of the other two, only one may be salvageable.