Safe Mercury Amalgam Filling Removal Dentist

Mercury toxicity symptoms are many; mercury poisoning takes a heavy toll on the body, affecting the neurological and central nervous systems, as well as the gastrointestinal, immune, neuromuscular, and cardiovascular systems. Major organs, such as the brain, liver, and kidneys, also suffer as a result of mercury toxicity.

Childhood Dental Problems and Pediatric Dentistry

A wide variety of symptoms are attributed to toxicity resulting from mercury amalgam. This list includes, but is not limited to:

  • Headache, fatigue, loss of concentration, irritability, depression, insomnia, and dizziness.
  • Diverticulosis, stomach cramps, bloating, loss of appetite, and gastrointestinal disturbances.
  • Muscle fatigue and tremors, sciatic and chest pains, leg cramps, joint pain, and tachycardia.
  • Oral health problems, such as bad breath, blisters/sores, tender teeth, and bleeding gums.

 

Childhood Dental Problems and Pediatric Dentistry | *New Jersey

The prevalence of pediatric tooth decay—sometimes, aggressive decay—is rising, even among children who have nutritious diets that are low in sugar. Research points toward systemic problems, caused by factors such as radiation exposure, hormonal abnormalities, reaction to foreign proteins in foods, and/or improper mineralization.

There are specific patterns of tooth decay. The age of the patient is sometimes a factor in these patterns.

  • Baby teeth vs. adult teeth.
  • Anterior (front) vs. posterior (back) tooth patterns
  • Contra-lateral tooth patterns.
  • Decay clustering.
  • Post-eruption susceptibility.

Childhood Dental Problems and Pediatric Dentistry

When you enroll your child in a pediatric wellness program, the child benefits by:

  • Getting a lifetime lesson about taking responsibility for his or her health.
  • Learning good nutritional habits that contribute to systemic wellness, which greatly contributes to good oral health.
  • Getting a head start on preventing dental disease.

Our next article discusses the many benefits of establishing a pediatric wellness program for your child. The Center for Systemic Dentistry provides the highest level of care and follow-up to ensure that your child’s teeth remain healthy and sound well into adulthood. Located in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, we are committed to being the state’s leading dental practice that focuses on holistic, healing-focused dentistry. Dr. Philip Memoli and his staff are ready to repair the damage caused by childhood tooth decay and ensure that our pediatric patients are committed to maintaining healthy teeth as they grow. Call us today at (908) 464-9144 or contact us via our online contact form.

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Pediatric tooth decay is on the rise. Some research suggests that systemic causes—including radiation exposure, hormonal abnormalities, and foreign proteins in food—are to blame. Hypomineralization, caused mainly by a diet inadequate in minerals, increases a child’s susceptibility to decay. The systemic theory of decay suggests that other factors become relevant only after hypomineralization has begun.

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Tooth decay in children falls into distinct categories:

  • Baby teeth versus adult teeth
  • Anterior (front) vs. posterior (back) tooth patterns
  • Contra-lateral tooth patterns
  • Decay clustering
  • Post-eruption susceptibility

A pediatric dental wellness program helps your child to learn the lessons of proper health maintenance and nutritional habits that prevent dental disease. You can bring your child for his or her first dental exam after all the baby teeth are in—generally, between ages three and five.

Our pediatric wellness program begins with a three-part, comprehensive exam that checks tooth diagnosis, jaw development diagnosis, and periodontal diagnosis.

  • The tooth diagnosis assesses tooth development, tooth mineralization, and decay development.
  • The jaw development diagnosis examines jaw development and alignment of the teeth.
  • The periodontal diagnosis is an examination for teen gingivitis.

Call us today at (908) 464-9144 or contact us via our online contact form.

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At The Center for Systemic Dentistry, we employ a state-of-the-art protocol for safe removal of mercury amalgam. Our protocol offers maximum health protection, identifying and minimizing the risk of pain or sensitivity. Mercury Toxicity Treatment > the only metallic element that is a liquid under standard temperature and pressure conditions, is widely utilized in many industries and processes.

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Many patients have heard the term mercury toxicity associated with fillings but still have many questions about it: what is it, am I affected by it, and what can be done to remediate it? Contact for Safe Removal of Mercury Amalgam

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The Center for Systemic Dentistry will work with you to determine the best course of treatment to safely remove your existing mercury amalgam. Call us today at (908) 464-9144 or contact us via our Online Contact Form.

A safe, effective program for removal of mercury amalgam is the first step toward reversing the effects of mercury toxicity in your body. The Center for Systemic Dentistry in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, is committed to being the state’s leading dental practice that focuses on holistic, healing-focused dentistry. Dr. Philip Memoli is ready to help you recover your health so you can begin to lead a life free of mercury toxicity.

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Our next article is a step-by-step guide to the procedures followed by The Center for Systemic Dentistry to ensure for our patients a safe and comprehensive program of amalgam removal.

Click here to read detailed scientific and clinical information about the biological and chemical processes that occur in the body in the presence of mercury poisoning.

Pediatric Dentistry for kids New Jersey, USA

Childhood, when permanent (“adult”) teeth began to grow, is the best time to teach youngsters good oral hygiene habits and how to make wise nutritional choices. By learning how to prevent compromising the enamel, the hard substance that covers teeth, children can minimize and perhaps prevent the dental problems that plague many adults.

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To this day, there is disagreement in the dental community about the precise cause of tooth decay. The most widely accepted theory is that decay is a local phenomenon (contained to the area of the mouth), caused when mouth bacteria consume sugar and excrete acid, which begins to decay enamel. Some studies have demonstrated that certain foods, medical conditions, and bacteria can initiate decay; other studies assert that, although those factors may start the decay process, they do not contribute the formation of cavities.

Others consider tooth decay to be the result of systemic disease—conditions that originate elsewhere in the body but have an end result of causing decay in teeth. If this theory is correct, then causal factors, such as dietary choices, are equally as important as good oral hygiene to prevent decay. A qualified dentist’s systemic assessment can strike the right balance of hygiene, diet, and professional dental care, to prevent a child’s susceptibility to improper mineralization (hypomineralization) and decay.

Pediatric tooth decay is on the rise. Some research suggests that systemic causes—including radiation exposure, hormonal abnormalities, and foreign proteins in food—are to blame. Hypomineralization, caused mainly by a diet inadequate in minerals, increases a child’s susceptibility to decay. The systemic theory of decay suggests that other factors become relevant only after hypomineralization has begun.

Tooth decay in children falls into distinct categories:

  • Baby teeth versus adult teeth
  • Anterior (front) vs. posterior (back) tooth patterns
  • Contra-lateral tooth patterns
  • Decay clustering
  • Post-eruption susceptibility

Poor jaw development in children is generally caused not by genetics but by poor diet, mineral imbalances, interrupted regulation of jaw growth, and myofunctional problems. Breastfeeding may improve a baby’s jaw growth and development; however, mother’s milk that is insufficiently nutritious may be factors in systemic problems in that contribute to tooth and jaw problems later in childhood.

A pediatric dental wellness program helps your child to learn the lessons of proper health maintenance and nutritional habits that prevent dental disease. You can bring your child for his or her first dental exam after all the baby teeth are in—generally, between ages three and five.

Our pediatric wellness program begins with a three-part, comprehensive exam that checks tooth diagnosis, jaw development diagnosis, and periodontal diagnosis.

  • The tooth diagnosis assesses tooth development, tooth mineralization, and decay development.
  • The jaw development diagnosis examines jaw development and alignment of the teeth.
  • The periodontal diagnosis is an examination for teen gingivitis.

Following the three-part exam, the dentist provides a dental nutrition analysis and a systemic assessment, which includes a dietary analysis, a nutritional status, an immune system analysis, a hormone analysis, and a blood test.

The purpose of pediatric wellness is to prevent dental disease in children. Such dental afflictions occur in five stages:

  • Stage I examines the underlying causes of a child’s dental problems.
  • Stage II looks for oral susceptibility to dental diseases in teeth, gums, and jaw.
  • Stage III looks for the initial indicators of dental disease.
  • Stage IV is the oral-systemic metastasis stage, when dental problems have progressed to a more serious level.
  • Stage V is when systemic manifestations of dental disease occur, which may be either lymphatic or obstetric in nature.

The Center for Systemic Dentistry works to address pediatric dental problems at the earliest stages, remedying the problem and preventing further dental or systemic damage later in your child’s life. Located in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, we are committed to being the state’s leading dental practice that focuses on holistic, healing-focused dentistry. Dr. Philip Memoli and his staff are ready to repair the damage caused by childhood dental problems and ensure that our pediatric patients are committed to maintaining healthy teeth as they grow. Call us today at (908) 464-9144 or contact us via our online contact form.

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