Removing the mercury from your mouth

For healthy teeth with smaller metal fillings: take 4 tabs of chlorella the day before the dental procedure and then daily for at least 2 weeks after; always use a throat dam for filling removal; drill at low speed (about half of normal speed); don’t heat up the filling (will permanently damage the tooth); undercut the filling if possible to bring it out whole (grinding it out vaporizes mercury and imbeds it in the mouth tissues); wear an oxygen nosepiece during procedure (to avoid breathing in airborne mercury particles); rinse thoroughly with bentonite clay immediately following procedure and spit it out; repeat the bentonite swish at least twice more that day; refuse all fluoride treatments; refuse plastic coatings over new composites as they contain feminizing, hormone-disrupting plasticizers. For larger fillings and for fillings that have turned the tooth gray, it is better IMO to extract the tooth and replace the whole tooth with a titanium post implant and porcelain crown. Root canals are a big NO-NO!

Do it right or you could become more poisoned than ever..;

Do it right or you could become more poisoned than ever..;

About Craig Stellpflug NDC

Craig Stellpflug is a NeuroDevelopment Consultant and a Certified Nutritional Consultant. Craig is a cancer nutritionist and child brain disorder specialist at Healing Pathways Medical Clinic in Scottsdale Arizona.
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