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Safe Amalgam Removal in Glasgow Scotland

 

Are you worried about your mercury amalgam fillings?

The award winning Berkeley Clinic in Glasgow Scotland is one of a handful of advanced dental centres of excellence in the world built to safely and effectively remove mercury amalgam fillings from patients who have health concerns.  Whilst the dental profession has deemed mercury amalgam fillings to be safe we believe that patients have the right to have them removed safely and without worry. We believe that dentistry should be delivered with a holistic viewpoint.  Holistic is Greek and means relating to the “whole”.  We believe that the mouth is not disconnected from the rest of the body and as such anything we do in the mouth has the potential to affect the rest of the body.

Thank you for taking the time to visit our site.  If you have any questions or would like to come and see us, please just get in touch or use our live chat facility.

Are you concerned about your mercury fillings?

Do you feel that they may be damaging your energy levels? Your general health?

Your ability to think?

Many of our patient’s report feeling fatigued, tired and foggy.  We take referrals from numerous fellow health care professionals who ask us to use our safe amalgam removal procedures for their patients.  If you are concerned or feel that you may be suffering the potential side effects of mercury amalgam fillings, then please get in touch today.  Our caring team can talk you through what we do and why we are different.

 

What should I do if I think I am sensitive to Mercury amalgam fillings?

If you think you may be sensitive or have worries about your mercury amalgam fillings then please get in touch so we can explain what we do and why it’s different.

Why should you choose The Berkeley Clinic for your safe amalgam removal?

  1. The Berkeley Clinic is one of the only clinics in the UK to be specially designed for safe amalgam removal.
  2. We follow the strictest protocols for patient safety.
  3. We adhere to the SMART mercury amalgam removal protocol.
  4. We have NEVER placed a mercury amalgam filling in our clinic and the clinic is a mercury free zone!
  5. We have the most HIGH TECH TRUSTED equipment for safe amalgam removal from the IQ air, air purification system to our clean air handling air exchangers in the clinic.
  6. We offer pure clean air and full nitrile dam for all patients. 
  7. We can advise on pre mercury removal diets and supplements.
  8. We take what we do very seriously and we are here to listen to all of your concerns.

 

“I had been feeling extremely tired and fatigued for a long time.  Nobody I spoke to took my concerns seriously until I went to The Berkeley Clinic.  They listened to what I was worried about and how my mercury fillings could be affecting my health and they looked after me extremely well.  Now I am mercury free and I feel great.”

Mrs N martin

What makes safe amalgam removal at The Berkeley Clinic different?

We are passionate about the service that we offer.  As such we have built and carry out what we consider to be THE SAFEST amalgam removal procedure available.

As part of our treatment packages WE offer patients who would like this done

  1.  Clean air supply to their nose
  2.  High speed mercury vapour evacuation
  3.  A pre-treatment special formula protective mouthwash
  4.  Sealed mercury proof rubber dam
  5.  Full body and face surgical drapes
  6.  Same day ceramic reconstructions of your newly mercury free teeth.

 

 

What are the critical factors in safe mercury amalgam removal

If you are considering having your mercury amalgams replaced, then please take the time to research how it will be done and who is doing it.

You are most at risk of mercury exposure when the fillings are being put in or taken out.

It is therefore critical that if you are considering having them removed that you make the right choice.

Take our amalgam filling removal quiz today!

 

 

 

 

At the award winning Berkeley Clinic in Glasgow we only offer our patients the safest and most modern treatment in dental practice.

Why should you have safe amalgam replacement treatment?

Almost half of amalgam is made of mercury, and the rest is made up of other types of metals, including, silver and tin. Many dentists choose to use amalgam because it is one of the strongest, cheapest and longest-lasting filling solutions.

Currently, the NHS will not pay to fill back teeth with any other solution, however, it has been discovered that mercury has been identified as an environmental hazard. The metal has been linked to serious health problems such as Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis, kidney and brain damage.a

In recent years the Minamata Convention on mercury, a treaty agreed by the UN Environmental Programme, vowed that it would reduce mercury worldwide, including in the dental industry.

 

 

 

How much does our safe amalgam removal procedure cost?

As with all things in life, no two people are the same and no two patients mouths are the same.  Because The Berkeley Clinic was built and designed to offer you everything you need under one roof we can pass on savings with regards to our safe amalgam removal.

The easiest way to find out what it would cost to safely and permanently remove your mercury amalgam fillings with beautiful tooth coloured biocompatible ceramic reconstructions or composite fillings is to get in touch.  You can do this by arranging a consultation or alternatively uploading photographs for an online mini consultation.

  1. We always try to make the process as easy, by making it happen in just one visit.
  2. We always try and make the process as affordable as possible.
  3. And finally we promise to make the process as pain free as possible!!!
  4. Prices start from £190. Call today for a consultation (consultation £80 refunded when you go ahead with treatment)
  5. For a free a mini online consultation consultation. 

For more information on mercury amalgam, visit out mercury amalgam info page or read our blog. 

The Berkeley Clinic Safe Amalgam removal team

 

 

BDS (Glas) LFHom, CTS (Upledger CranioSacral Therapy), Dentist, Interests in the treatment of TMD, Holistic Dentistry (GDC No 53221)

Dr Stewart Wright is a holisitic denist who has been amalgam free for almost all of his nearly 40 year career.  He has grown an international reputation for his holistic approach to treating patients . 

 

 BDS (Glasg) U.K. MSc Hyp (Lon) Clinical Director of Dental Anxiety & Dentist, Anxiety Management, Sedation, Hypnosis (GDC No 76039)

Winner of 'Dentist of the Year 2015 - Highly Commended', 'Best Treatment of Nervous Patients 2013', 'Best Young Dentist Scotland & UK 2008', 'Dentist of the Year (N)', 2012.

Dr Gow is president of the International Society for Dental Anxiety Management and has been mercury amalgam free for over 10 years now. 

If you are worried about your mercury fillings, possible  mercury poisoning or exposure then get in touch today.

 

   

What causes mercury to escape from fillings?

  • Once fillings are exposed to saliva the fillings begin to rust (corrode).  This process results in mercury, silver, copper and tin all being released from the filling.
  • When you are chewing little pieces of filling will wear off and be swallowed.  IF you grind your teeth this will be made worse.  These small pieces will be absorbed in the gut over time.
  • There is a link between higher temperature in the mouth and mercury vapour release.  Hot food and drink can significantly increase the amount of mercury vapour released.
  • If you have different types of metal in your mouth then this can cause a battery or “cell” to be setup.  Some of these cell currents have been measured s being 100 to 1000 times higher than the current within the signals sent by the brain.  Furthermore these currents can cause more rapid rusting of amalgam fillings and faster mercury release.

 

In short, all of the above factors explain why mercury fillings will slowly release mercury vapour and trace amounts of vapour over their lifetime.

It is believed by some of our patients that this long term low level release can be adversely affecting their health.

A report in 1990 from the World Health Organisation called The Environmental Health Criteria 101: methylmercury gave the following as estimated daily intakes of elemental inorganic and methylmercury.

Estimated average daily intake and retention (ug/day) of total mercury and mercury compounds in the general population not occupationally exposed to mercury, the figures in parenthesis are the estimated amount (ug) retained by the body of an adult.

 

Exposure

Elemental mercury vapour

Inorganic mercury compounds

Methylmercury

Air

0.030 (0.024)

0.002 (0.001)

0.008 (0.0064)

Food: Fish
Food: Non-fish

0
0

0.600 (0.042)
3.6 (0.25)

2.4 (2.3)
0

Drinking water

0

0.050 (0.0035)

0

Dental amalgams

3.8-21 (3-17)

0

0

Total

3.9-21 (3.1-17)

4.3 (0.3)

2.41 (2.31)

 


It is the opinion of some of our patients that given that given the unknown risks these fillings are better safely removed and replaced than kept in the mouth.

Furthermore a recent study carried out by Dr Richardson on behalf of the Canadian government assessed the risks associated with mercury amalgam fillings and came to the conclusion that up to 2 fillings in children and 4 in adults would be acceptable.  Anything over this would be beyond an unacceptable risk.

Mercury amalgam fillings, mercury toxicity and detox

 

The big debate

The dental profession in the UK has deemed that mercury amalgam fillings are safe to use as so many have been placed with very little obvious evidence of harm being done.  We respect this opinion however a large proportion of our patients disagree and believe the following.

Mercury amalgam fillings and the scientific facts.

It has been proven that mercury vapour is continuously released from mercury amalgam  fillings' (4). 

The more you chew the more vapour is released.(3-5);

Tooth brushing (6) and eating hot salty or acidic foods or drinks increases the amount of mercury released.(7).

The more mercury amalgam fillings you have, the more your daily exposure to mercury is (4).

Even after chewing stops it takes approximately 90 minutes for the level of mercury release to drop back to normal (4,5). This pattern means that for most people with mercury amalgam fillings they are exposed to elevated levels of mercury release across the whole day. 

 

Dental opinion

Mercury from 'silver mercury amalgam fillings' is not absorbed and is in such small doses that it does not have any effect.

The opinions of a large number of our patient’s

It has been proven by Swedish, American (8) and German scientific studies that people with more mercury amalgam fillings have more mercury in their brains and kidney tissues.  They also found that the elevated amounts of mercury correlated with the elevated number of fillings.  So, the more fillings you have, the more mercury you are likely to have deposited in your brain and kidney tissue.

In addition to this it has now been proven that the mercury contained within mercury amalgam fillings now constitutes the single largest source of inorganic mercury exposure to the general population.  This outweighs any environmental exposure etc. (10) 

Some of our patients believe that the fact that several medical studies are being carried out into the potential side effects of mercury fillings and their effect on the health of those patients that are exposed to them.

Some recent medical studies have proven that mercury from amalgam fillings accumulates in the liver and kidneys. (13); furthermore mercury can cross the placenta during pregnancy and pass onto the baby, this happens within 2 days of having a filling placed or removed (14).

Some of our patients have also highlighted these concerns.

Recently a scientific study showed how mercury amalgam can affect kidney function.

A study carried out at the Departments of Medicine, Pathology and Physiology at Calgary University by M.J.Vimy, N.D.Boyd, D.E.Hooper and F.L.Lorscheider showed a 50% reduction in kidney function in sheep one month after placement of amalgam fillings with a further reduction over the next 60 days. Kidneys serve a role in cleaning the body of toxins, regulating blood pressure and balancing body fluids.  Kidneys are also responsible for absorbing essential minerals and nutrients. In reality the loss of 50% function is the same as losing a kidney.

Perhaps more interestingly another study where mercury fillings were placed in the teeth of monkeys resulted in the gut bacteria being severely altered with antibiotic and mercury resistant bacteria becoming the dominant baacterias.(16).

Finally recent reports implicate mercury in certain brain dysfunctions. There is a growing body of evidence from autopsy data that patients who have died from Alzheimer’s have higher levels of mercury in the relevant parts of the brain associated with memory and brain function. (17,18). Other studies have isolated a biological defect caused by mercury (19) which results in nerve tangles characteristic of Alzheimer's disease.

 

Some of the conclusions our patients have come to

Key points

  1. Mercury vapour is an extremely dangerous neurotoxin.
  2. There is NO SAFE limit of mercury exposure in humans
  3. 'Silver' dental fillings contain should be called mercury amalgam fillings as they typically contain 50% mercury.

What other facts are there about mercury amalgam fillings?

  • Mercury is released for the entire life of the mercury amalgam filling.
  • Mercury amalgam fillings have been proven to release a pharmacologically significant dose of mercury.
  • Dental amalgam fillings are the single largest source of mercury exposure for patients.
  • Mercury from amalgam fillings has been proven to collect in kidney, liver, gut and brain tissues.
  • Mercury from amalgam fillings can significantly reduce kidney function.
  • Mercury from amalgam fillings can alter the gut flora / natural bacteria.
  • Mercury from silver fillings has been implicated in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.

 

Do you want this in your body?

 

What are the symptoms of chronic low level mercury exposure?

 

It is the opinion of a growing body of health practitioners that long term exposure to low levels of mercury vapour can cause a number of symptoms.  This is why mercury exposure has been nicknamed the great masquerader. 

 

Here are some of the symptoms that mercury exposure can cause

1. Psychological disturbances

  • Lack of self control
  • Fits of anger
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Drowsiness or insomnia
  • Irritability
  • Nervousness
  • Shyness or timidity
  • Loss of memory
  • Lack of attention
  • Loss of self confidence
  • Decline in intellect

2. Issues in the mouth

  • Metallic taste
  • White patches
  • Bleeding gums
  • Loose teeth
  • Bone loss around teeth
  • Excessive salivation
  • Foul breath
  • Inflammation of the mouth:
    • Ulceration of the gums, palate and tongue
    • Burning mouth
    • Tissue pigmentation

 

 

3. General health symptoms associated with mercury exposure

(a) Gastrointestinal symptoms

  • Chronic gastrointestinal problems including colitis
  • Regular abdominal cramps
  • Chronic constipation or diarrhoea

(b) Cardiovascular symptoms

  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Alterations in blood pressure
  • Pain and/or pressure in the chest
  • Feeble or irregular pulse

 (c) Neurological symptoms

  • Dizziness
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Numbness of hands or feet
  • Fine tremors (hands, feet, lips, eyelids or tongue)
  • Chronic headaches

(d) Respiratory symptoms

  • Shallow or irregular breathing
  • Persistent cough
  • Emphysema

(e) Immunological symptoms

  • Sinusitis
  • Swollen lymph nodes, especially the neck
  • Auto-immunity - rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, etc.
  • Allergies
  • Asthma
  • Rhinitis

(f) Endocrine symptoms (glandular or hormonal)

  • Excessive perspiration
  • Sub-normal body temperature
  • Cold clammy skin

(g) Skin symptoms

  • Sores on the skin, especially face and shoulders

(h) Kidney symptoms

  • Renal failure in severe cases
  • Glomerular nephritis
  • Electrolyte imbalance (minerals)
  • Reduction in kidney function

(i) Other symptoms

  • Anaemia
  • Loss of appetite
  • Constriction of visual field
  • Muscle weakness
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Joint pain

Unfortunately the symptoms associated with mercury exposure can affect so may bodily functions the issues can be missed.

 

 

Mercury amalgam fillings: How does mercury from dental fillings cause disease?

 

Mercury is an extremely toxic heavy metal.  It can affect the body in these 4 main ways.

  1. Heavy metal poisoning
  2. Allergic reactions
  3. Triggering auto immunity
  4. Idiosyncratic reactions

1. Heavy metal poisoning

Mercury is extremely toxic and like lead and arsenic causes all sorts of problems when it enters the body.  Mercury on its own is a liquid at room temperature causing it to vaporise easily.  Mercury vapour is both tasteless and odourless. If inhaled mercury vapour is rapidly taken up into the blood stream through the lungs. 

What happens to mercury once it enters the tissues?  Once mercury enters cells within the body it is converted into inorganic mercury.  This is done by the mercury reacting with sulphur containing enzymes.  Enzymes are special molecules that promote chemical reactions that keep the cells and keep us alive and functioning properly.  Unfortunately, by reacting with enzymes it acts as a metabolic poison   and causes metabolic disease on multiple levels.

2. Allergies from mercury amalgam fillings

It is possible to have allergic reactions to amalgam fillings.  From either the mercury or the other ingredients in the fillings.  Interestingly the majority of amalgam manufacturers do not recommend that amalgam fillings are placed next to gum tissue or cheek tissue.  Ironically this is where the majority are placed.  These reactions may occur straight away or over time and can cause local or systematic symptoms, bleeding gums, eczema, sores, bad skin.  Current opinion states that between 1 and 5% of the population are sensitive to mercury amalgam or one of its ingredients.  So around 5 out of 100 patients do not tolerate mercury amalgam fillings.

3. Mercury amalgam induced auto-immunity

In health the body’s immune system recognises foreign bodies or agents and destroys or eradicates them.  Typically it mops up cancerous cells or infectious agents like bacteria or viruses.  Autoimmune diseases are the result of a reaction with the immune system where the body can no longer tell the difference between your own cells and foreign ones.  Typical auto immune disorders include multiple sclerosis, Rheumatoid arthritis and Lupus.  Please note that although mercury in fillings has been strongly implicated in autoimmune reactions if somebody tells you that removing your amalgam fillings will cure you they are very much overstating the likely outcome.  Although removing the burden of mercury amalgam fillings by having them safely removed is a sensible thing it is not a cure for the above conditions.

4. Idiosyncratic reactions caused by mercury amalgam

Idiosyncratic essentially means individual or unique.  In some patients mercury amalgam causes very unique reactions producing strange and uncommon signs and symptoms. 

What does all of this mean for me?

For a long time medical researchers have tried to find out exactly what damage amalgam fillings do to the average person.  Whilst the cast majority of people who have mercury fillings do not have a disease attributed to their fillings it is worth noting that any mercury exposure, no matter how small will cause mercury poisoning to some extent.  Removal of mercury when done safely using the best protection will create a positive health benefit.  It is worth remembering that mercury is more poisonous than lead or arsenic. 

How do I know if I have mercury poisoning?

It is difficult to show or prove the effect that low level mercury exposure can have on a person’s health.  Any tests that are available are limited in value and not always accurate.  There are a number of lab tests available that can help to show the following:

Lab tests can help to evaluate the following:

  • Overall health status
  • Environmental & life style factors
  • Co-existing medical factors
  • Need for therapeutic nutrition
  • Liver & kidney function during removal
  • Excretion from the body

 

When should mercury amalgam fillings be removed?

The Berkeley Clinic is a mercury free zone.  We DO NOT and HAVE NOT ever placed a mercury amalgam filling here.  We believe that if you have concerns regarding your amalgam fillings, or they need replaced for dental reasons then we will do so safely and replace with a metal free alternative.  The gold standard for this is a ceramic inlay, which we can make in a single visit.

The other situations where we will remove and replace amalgam fillings are when

1: You request their removal as part of a positive health decision.  It is your health and your body so we respect that and will support you in your health journey.

2: If you have been referred by a medical professional recommending their removal.  We quite often receive referrals from doctors and holistic medical practioners.

3: If you have tested positive to mercury sensitivity from a patch test.  Typically 5% of people will test positive for this.

4: If your dentist feels that you are sensitive to mercury amalgam based on the signs and symptoms in your mouth.

 

Mercury amalgam fillings

What are the alternatives to mercury amalgam fillings?

 

       

 

Amalgam fillings are with us today because they are cheap and they “work” from the dental point of view.  These days all medical materials are assessed in terms of function and bio compatibility.  When mercury amalgam fillings were invented bio compatibility was not considered at all.

Historically the best alternative to an amalgam filling was a gold inlay.  Today this is no longer the case.  THE BEST replacement for an amalgam filling is a computer made ceramic inlay.  This has been proven time and time again and this is our preferred method of replacing old fillings. 

Ceramic reconstructions as they are called are the longest lasting way that we can restore a tooth after an amalgam filling has been safely taken away.

The second best alternative is a composite resin filling.  These do not last as long and are not as biocompatible unfortunately.

The Berkeley Clinic is a centre of excellence for CAD CAM ceramic restorations and is recognised globally as a teaching centre in this advanced technology.

 

 

What precautions are taken during silver amalgam filling removal?

 

When removing mercury amalgam fillings they need to be drilled out.  This is the most likely time that you will be exposed to high levels of mercury.  That is why the precautions that are carried out at this time are critical.

At The Berkeley Clinic we follow the strictest protocols for the removal of mercury amalgam fillings.  These include.

  • The use of special nitrile dental dam which protects you the patient from swallowing bits of filling during the removal process.  The dam also prevents vapour being inhaled.
  •  We use special suction tips to ensure that there is no excess spray or vapour from the tooth.
  • We offer clean air supplies for patients so that they do not breath in mercury vapour.
  • We offer full skin coverage disposable gowns
  • We use our IQ air suction system that sucks away any mercury vapour.
  • We offer eye protection
  • We use a special chelating pre treatment mouthwash that binds to mercury and prevents it being absorbed .
  • Finally we use special dental burs that minimise the heat generated during removal of the fillings.  This reduces vapour production.

What should I eat before and during mercury amalgam removal?

Mercury fillings affect the body in numerous ways.  There are nutritional supplements that can be taken that will help to minimise the effects of mercury on the body during removal and help rid the body of mercury afterwards.  The rationale behind these supplements is that mercury typically destroys enzymes and their pathways.  By adding additional nutrients required to replace or support cellular enzymatic processes you can reduce the damage and help in the recovery process.

At The Berkeley Clinic we recommend the following supplements to be taken starting 1 week before treatment until 1 month after.

General B vitamin complex formula 15-25 mg of each of the B vitamins each day taken with breakfast

  • Vitamin C 1000mg, 2xday
  • Zinc 13 -30 mg (amino acid chelate) after evening meal
  • Selenium (150-200 micro grams) with lunch
  • Vitamin E (400iu), 1 capsule with lunch
  • Acidophilus capsule, 1 before breakfast & 1 after supper 

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 *Some of the opinions expressed on this page do not reflect the opinions of the clinic or its staff, but the opinions of patients and other healthcare professionals. 

 

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