Dentists are unaware that the level of mercury generated during routine dental procedures clearly exceed established occupational safety limits.
The film features emotional stories from dental staff and patients whose health has been negatively impacted from these elevated mercury exposures.
Dental mercury accounts for roughly 10% (340 tons) of all man made mercury released into the global environment.
In 2010 a study published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease reviewed over 100 studies linking mercury to every aspect of Alzheimer's disease.
Once the American Dental Association found out about our film, they sent out talking points on amalgam to both the Missouri and Kansas Dental Associations.Read more
Documentary Exposes Occupational Hazards of Mercury Dental Fillings, Premieres at Kansas City FilmFestRead more
My goal has always been to create the most professional film I could, in order to make it easier for us to convince people of the serious health and environmental problemRead more
FDA filed its responses claiming that only some clarifications to FDA’s 2009 Final Rule are warranted, and that amalgam will continue to be classified in Class II. AttornRead more
We are holding a fund raising campaign for a week long theatrical release in both Los Angeles and New York. This theatrical package will include a publicist who will secuRead more
Boyd was Chair and Professor of Chemistry / Biochemistry in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Kentucky. Over the last two decades Boyd has lectured throughout the world and testified before Congressional committees regarding various aspects of mercury toxicity and neurological diseases.
Evidence supporting a link between dental amalgams and chronic illness, fatigue, depression, anxiety, and suicide
The International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine (IABDM) is a network of dentists, physicians and allied health professionals committed to integrating body, mind, spirit and mouth in caring for the whole person.
The IAOMT has many mercury safe dentists with varying levels of proficiency. I would recommend that one search for an accredited IAOMT dentist as this shows the dentist has taken advance courses in protecting staff and patients from the toxic exposures of dental mercury.