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Is It Possible That The Mercury In Fillings Can Cause Sinus Problems
No: Sinus disease is the result of the impairment of normal drainage and airflow through the sinuses. The drainage openings can get obstructed by viral infection, allergy, septal deviation, nasal polyps, tumors, barotrauma among others. Mercury fillings play no role in acute or chronic sinus disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In anatomy, a sinus is a cavity within a bone or other tissue. Most commonly found in the bones of the face and connecting with the nasal cavities. Sinus (anatomy), description of the general term paranasal sinuses, air cavities in the cranial bones, especially those near the nose, including: the maxillary sinuses, also called the maxillary antra and the largest of the ...Read more
Possibly: I cannot denay that mercury in amalgam fillings causes certain health problems, at my opinion - it is difficult to quantify, and available research is more " speculative" in nature.. What we know is that mechanical properties of mercury fillings are not adequate and cause cracks in teeth and other problems, the only " prof" of memory loss is that patients cannot remember when they had fills done.. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Probably not: Studies show that the mercury in an amalgam filling is bound to the other metal materials and the only release of mercury is on initial placement and when the filling is removed there is a vapor. Most dentists will be using a rubber dam which will isolate the tooth so that the vapors are not in contact with you. Also high vaccum and water spray are typically used which suppress the vapors. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I'm constantly hearing that mercury fillings are dangerous but also hear that removing them will cause more mercury to enter your body? Is this true?
Not True: However, amalgam is a safe and durable choice. Most research finds no relationship between fillings and symptoms of mercury poisoning or other side effects. Advances in modern dental technology allow to place tooth colored composite fillings instead of amalgam fillings to restore the natural appearance of the tooth. You can remove old amalgams no problem. ...Read more
Safe overall : Silver fillings with mercury have been around for over 150 years and are safe. NIH, the CDC and numerous universities have done long term studies and they all show that once set?these filling are beiegn., so don't worry. Advise would be to only replace the silver amalgams if they are failing. Good Luck! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
NO!!!: For decades the top pure science medical and dental researchers have studied this issue and all have reached the same conclusion-silver mercury amalgam fillings are safe. Those who say otherwise have no real science to validate their findings. It is true mercury is a poison alone, but so is sodium or chloride, but mixed together they are salt. While no longer popular due to esthetic, it is safe! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Can the removal of amalgam fillings cause mercury poisoning or headaches? Thats what i have since I removed mine.
I am certain that: the dentist collected all of the materials that were removed. It is probably coincidental that you now have headaches. Take an over the counter analgesic as directed. You do not have mercury poisoning. If the headaches persist for 48 hours with analgesics then call your primary health care provider for evaluation. You might have sinus infection. ...Read more
No: Amalgam is a safe and durable choice. Most research finds no relationship between fillings and symptoms of mercury poisoning or other side effects. Eventually, any cavity if not treated, can lead to pain, infection, root canal and even tooth loss. See your dentist for evaluation, x-rays and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mercury fillings, maybe leakage as i've had it for 15+ years...Can that cause ANA positive specifically centromere patterns? Thanks!
Corrosion: Some amalgam fillings can corrode over time and the byproducts can be absorbed by the neighboring tooth structure. While not cosmetically pleasing it is harmless to your tooth. The mercury is chemically bound up and is not being released. If you are concerned about cosmetics see your dentist about your options for a more cosmetic replacement. Otherwise leave them alone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can mercury fillings cause simple partial seizures? I had two of my amalgam fillings removed in 2008 and have had epilepsy ever since. Is there a link
Mercury fillings about 20 years ago. Can the mercury inside my teeth leak and caused harm to my health?
Amalgams: Amalgams have been used successfully for many years and millions of us, including me, have amalgams fillings. There is controversy about amalgams but no conclusive studies. If your silver fillings are still good, not cracked, broken or decayed then leave them as is. You can do harm to the tooth and nerve just by removing a filling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can i get teeth pulled even if got filling i filling it cause bad breathed an it not from sinus drainage?
Sorry difficult to: Follow your question. Best to be evaluated by your dentist who can perform a clinical and radiographic to best address your concern. Hope this helps. ...Read more
I have an implant with a gold crown. A tooth next to it is painful when chewing and has a big mercury filling.Could those dissimular metals be cause?
Not Bad: Certain precautions must be taken during the placement and handling of amalgam fillings, once you have the filling placed you should not have any noticeable mercury leaking, it becomes a stable compound. Over the life of your filling some traces of mercury may leak but nothing to compare with the amount you get from eating fish. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I believe none.: All studies say there is no danger.Do a study for yourself ; stand on a corner ; see if anyone that passes by has at least one mercury amalgam filling in their mouth. You might find that 9 out if 10 will have at least 1 of these metal fillings in their mouth. Then ask yourself how are all these people walking around appearing healthy with all those type of fillings in their mouth. ...Read more
Absolutely safe: I have a mouth full of silver fillings and I have no intention of changing them. I'm still waiting to see even 1 article in a well refereed scientific journal that tells me otherwise. It's a hoax. It's bad science. Don't fall for the mumbo-jumbo. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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