Amalgam Filling Removal
An Amalgam Filling Removal poorly executed can cause as much damage as keeping the amalgams in your mouth. To perform this procedure Our Dentists use very specific Extraction Protocols to ensure successful treatment.
On this page, you will find a list of the protocols we use, Costs, Time frames needed, and alternative treatments. At CDS, we follow the Recommendation for Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique (SMART) by the IAOMT.
Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique (SMART).
The Dental Specialist uses cool water to reduce heat. Later, he uses a high-speed evacuation device to capture mercury discharges. As a result, the levels of this metal in the environment are reduced.
Proceeding to section the amalgam into chunks and remove in as large of pieces as possible using a small diameter carbide drill.
High-speed evacuation produces better capture when fitted with a Clean Up device, 45, 87.
The Dental Clinic will provide you with an alternative air source. Patients must not breathe through their mouth during treatment. A nasal hood with nitrous oxide analgesia equipment is an excellent option. Air is best and oxygen is acceptable although not required. In the case of air only, dental Staff must ensure that it is clean and free of mercury vapor.
The dentist place and seals properly the dental dam (made with non-latex nitrile material) in the patient’s mouth, which helps to the saliva suction.
The dentist and all dental personnel in the room must use non-latex nitrile gloves.
After the fillings have been removed and replaced, the dentist or dental assistant should immediately remove and dispose of the patient’s protective covering and thoroughly clean his face and neck.
The patient’s mouth should be flushed with water. Then rinsed out with a slurry of charcoal, chlorella, or similar adsorbent.
Removal mercury fillings room must have adequate filtration. That requires a high-volume air filtration system capable of removing mercury vapor and particles. generated during the removal of one or more mercury fillings.
Using a nasal mask provides the patient with external air or oxygen. It assures he does not inhale any mercury during the procedure. The patient’s nose must be completely covered with an impermeable barrier.
A full-body, impermeable barrier, as well as a full head/face/neck barrier under/around the dam, should be utilized.
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Activities such as brushing, cleaning, or chewing can release mercury vapor from the amalgam
We strictly follow the S.M.A.R.T Protocol, to prevent you or any member of our staff from having contact with mercury vapor. This steam is released during processes that involve force or high speeds, such as brushing, cleaning, clenching the teeth, chewing, etc.
Mercury is the main component of amalgams (around 45-55%). Mercury affects the nervous, digestive, respiratory, and immune systems. May appear tremors, vision and hearing problems, insomnia, emotional imbalance, etc.
Cost of being Mercury Free
Mercury vapor can be inhaled, absorbed, and collected by the lungs. Any quantity of this metal in the body can be dangerous. Recent studies suggest that mercury may not have a threshold below which some adverse effects do not occur.
Amalgam Removal Prices in Mexico
The amalgams are composed mostly of mercury (around 45-55%). Mercury affects the nervous, digestive, respiratory, and immune systems. Tremors, vision and hearing problems, insomnia, emotional imbalance, etc. may appear.
Porcentage that survive at least 10 years
Amalgam Filling Removal Treatment Alternatives
After the removal of the Amalgam Filling, you would benefit from placing a Dental Crown for the protection and functionality of the tooth. Not to mention to give you a better aesthetic look.
If you are looking for a more Cosmetic approach to a brighter smile Veneers are a good alternative to Crowns. Veneers require less prep work and preserve more of your tooth structure. Malocclusion issues and/or Bruxism may not be candidates for Veneers.
Perhaps when removing the Amalgam Filling we have compromised the pulp chamber of the tooth. In this case, a Root Canal would be needed, likely followed by a post and core build-up and a Crown for the protection of the tooth from further fractures or filtration of bacteria.