Mercury, Amalgam, silver Filling Danger : San Diego Holistic Dentist
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||The Smoking tooth Explained. This is the last video in a very important series on Mercury Filling Removal Amalgam Filling Removal and the dangers of Mercury Fillings if left un checked in your mouth. You can find the rest of these videos on our website. Dr Layton Is the Premier Holistic Dentist in San Diego. He has been practicing Natural Dentistry in Encinitas Ca for over 25 years.
For more information you can contact us at 285 N. El Camino Real, Suite 102, Encinitas, CA 92024 or call (760) 753-7700
Grant Layton: Hello. I’m Grant Layton at Layton Dental and for those who would like to understand a little more about what makes a smoking tooth in the Smoking Tooth video, we presented a little explanation.
The continuous spectrum that we see from a high-temperature metal that is split in a prism is the rainbow spectrum. When we take a hot gas such as a mercury vapor lamp that ionized, we split it in the prism. We see the emission spectrum instead of the full range of light. We see the characteristic light that mercury vapor gives off.
The same gas, low pressure, will absorb the same wavelength that the ionized gas gives off in mercury vapor lamps and here we see the same light that gives a full spectrum after having gone through mercury vapor with the same spectrum marks representing the absorption of the light that mercury absorbs.
So when we have a hot gas giving off a mercury from a mercury vapor lamp and place cold gas in front of it, it will absorb the light that it gives off and we will have no light at all. So in front of a mercury vapor lamp, if you put mercury vapor, the mercury vapor will create a shadow. Although we can’t see the gas, we will see the shadow that the gas creates by absorbing the light from the mercury vapor lamp.
This is mercury emission spectra. It shows where the mercury characteristically absorbs the light or creates light from a mercury vapor lamp. They’re both the same.
We can see here that this is a 300 magnification picture of an abraded mercury surface and we can see all these little bubbles of raw mercury coming to the surface in a filling that has been of service in the mouth for a while. These mercury fillings have been called alloys but they’re not.
Alloy is a mixture of metals that – two or more metals that are melted together and homogenous in their mixture such as brass. Brass is a mixture of copper and zinc but a mercury filling is not an alloy. A mercury filling is like a mud brick. You’ve got the mud and the water and the straw. So here in the mercury filling, you’ve got mercury. You’ve got silver and you’ve got a little bit of copper. The mercury is like the water in a mud brick. It will evaporate and come out of the brick until it’s – in the situation of a human, the mercury will poison the human.
It’s like a silver filling is a mercury implant in someone’s body and mercury is the most toxic non-radioactive metal. So if we would not put – would we put lead filling in the tooth? No, because we know lead is toxic but mercury is more toxic. Why are we putting mercury fillings in teeth?
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