So you think Amalgam can’t cause Meniere’s symptoms?

This post was written by Mike on January 17, 2012
Posted Under: General Information on Meniere's Disease / Syndrome

We have reported more than once the possibility that amalgam in dental fillings can possibly cause Meniere’s disease symptoms.

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Ben Zander, the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, almost had to give up his careers because of the debilitating symptoms of Meniere’s ‘disease’ and almost lost his hearing. Cruel for a musician of such standing. He would have to leave concerts half way through.

“They told me it was Meniere’s disease and there was nothing they could do about it,” said Zander.

I can not count the times we have heard this…..and it is simply NOT TRUE. There is much you can do.

Meniere's Disease & AmalgamHe went from doctor to doctor, and no one could help. He was eventually referred tp biological dentist Dr. G. Robert Evans of the Groton Wellness Dental Spa and Medical Center. Evans traced his symptoms to the amalgam fillings in his mouth. Fillings that were partly mercury. Evans removed 15 fillings immediately.

Mr Zander completely recovered after having the amalgam/mercury removed and has not had an attack since.

“Mercury is the most toxic non-radioactive substance known to man. It is 1,000 times more toxic than lead, said Evans.

The American Dental Association said the FDA acted appropriately last month when it found that dental amalgam is a safe and effective treatment option for the general public. But the ADA also supports the feds’ recommendation to continue review of existing and new scientific information as it becomes available.

However, “The World Health Organization declared there’s no safe level of exposure to mercury,” said Evans, who runs a mercury free practice.

“The fact that I got over my Meniere’s disease because I had the metal out of my teeth is not proof it caused a problem but that’s what happened,” said Zander, who said he has never missed another concert after having his fillings removed.

When a dentist removes amalgam and the mercury in it, it is so toxic that it can not be thrown away because it is deemed a environmental hazard. A toxic waste hauler is called in to dispose of it.

Dr Evans says,” if you took a good size mercury filling and placed it in a ten acre lake, it would warrant a fishing advisory that you can’t fish in that lake.

You make your mind up, but I know I had my solitary amalgam filling removed and replaced with ‘ozone treatment’ here in Japan (the technology used for ozone dental treatment actually comes from Ireland).

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You can read the full story and watch a video report by the bostonchannel.com here

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