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Should You Have Your Silver Fillings Removed?

    In recent years, this question has created a great deal of controversy amongst dental professionals. For some, there is the overriding belief that the mercury found in silver fillings is contributing to patients’ health problems including Alzheimer’s, memory … Continue reading

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Partial Coverage Crowns- A Less-Invasive Option

Partial Coverage Crowns – A Less-Invasive Option For patients requiring dental crowns, there is a new option that provides a less-invasive procedure for those who are eligible – partial crowns, or inlays/onlays. As the name suggests, these crowns supplement only … Continue reading

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Safe Amalgam Removal

In one of the other blog posts, the health risks of amalgam dental restorations was discussed. At Dr. Saylor’s office, there is a very strict amalgam removal protocol that was developed and implemented to prevent mercury exposure to the patient and the … Continue reading

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The Truth About Amalgam (Abridged Version)

Dr. Saylor, along with many other of today’s leading dentists, is convinced that the mercury alloy, amalgam, is very toxic and does not belong in your mouth. Silver fillings are 50% mercury and this toxin is released when chewing, grinding the teeth, brushing, etc. Any … Continue reading

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The Problem with Silver (amalgam) Fillings

This is a patient that we have seen recently.  He thought that he had broken a filling, but, in reality what we found was that his tooth was broken below the gum line. *Note the dark line at the back … Continue reading

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