We want to make sure that all of our detox pathways are running smoothly to help our body remove any mercury water picker. Some of our main detox pathways include the kidneys, liver, bowels, skin...

Make sure your detox pathways are functioning well

postato da lilyeven12 il 18/04/2018
Categoria: Cinema - tags: dental handpiece

We want to make sure that all of our detox pathways are running smoothly to help our body remove any mercury water picker. Some of our main detox pathways include the kidneys, liver, bowels, skin and lungs. We plan to write an article dedicated to this specific point soon. In the meantime, here’s a quick list of tips to get you started: Stay hydrated. Eat foods that will support healthy bowel activity. Practice some deep breathing. If you have access to a sauna, use it. An easy step is to take some activated charcoal and a natural toxin-binder/absorbent like chlorella before going into the dental office. Having these natural binders in your stomach can help ‘grab’ any mercury that makes it into your system. Also, we always increase B vitamin intake when we know we’re heading into a situation that can be stressful. If you’re prone to anxiety when going to the dentist, be sure to check out our article, ‘How to use essential oils to reduce dental appointment pain and anxiety’. And last, be sure to NOT take vitamin C the morning of the procedure. Vitamin C can disrupt the anesthesia. That said, if you know your body can handle vitamin C, take plenty of it after the procedure to support healing and detox. A really, really excellent dental team may even be able to give you a vitamin C intravenous drip after the procedure. Once you’re in the dental office, there are three parties we want to make sure are protected here: you, others in the room, and the planet. Let’s explore each of these. How to protect yourself during the appointment Here are the essential parts to a safe mercury amalgam removal. You can use this as a checklist of what the dental team should supply for you as part of their safe protocols. The room must be really well vented with an air filtration system. Have your face, neck, head, and chest covered by a protective material dental supplies. You should be offered a source of fresh oxygen (or air) to breathe. A dental dam should be used around the tooth that is being restored. A saliva suction device should be under the dam to suck up any vapor that leaks under the dam. A high volume vacuum should be used right near your mouth during the whole procedure. The dental team needs to use lots of cool water during the procedure. This helps keep the mercury amalgam cooler (which decreases the vapor) and helps to gather and rid your mouth of mercury particulate from the removal process dental handpiece. At the end of the procedure just after the dam is removed, it’s wise to vigorously swish with some activated charcoal in water for a minute or two to gather/absorb any vapor that may be lingering in your mouth. These are just the basics. There are definitely more refinements to the safety protocols, but these will definitely get you headed in the right direction.