This infographic reveals important facts about mercury dental fillings, including their damaging effects and how you can keep them out of your body. http://www.mercola.com/infographics/mercury-dental-fillings.htm:
Most people need at least one dental filling in their lifetime. Fillings are most commonly used to treat cavities. They’re also used to repair cracked or broken teeth, or teeth that have been worn down over time.
Dental fillings with mercury can cause over 30 chronic health conditions
Tooth colored fillings can release Fluoride, keeping teeth healthy from the inside out, wear (not corrode), and bond to itself, so if a part, on x-ray, shows new decay, only that part of the filling needs to be removed, cleaned, and refilled.
Gum Disease Treatments Gum disease treatment is one of the most common dental treatments performed by dentists, along with dental fillings. Almost 90% of the population will need gum disease (periodontal disease) treatment some time in their life.
Tooth colored fillings are made from composite glass and resin. Composite resins are favored by most doctors and patients because of their natural look and the fact that composite fillings are mercury free. #dental_Fillings http://sundentals.com/