Why You Should Get Your Mercury Fillings Removed NOW


Hi there,

Dr. Boyd Haley PhD, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry at University of Kentucky, said that mercury is a “biochemical train wreck in your body.” Mercury prevents and slows the action of key enzymes your body needs for producing mercury fillings before and afterenergy and removing toxins, as well as causes your cell membranes to become leaky. Mercury doesn’t kill you quickly like cyanide… it kills you slowly and insidiously.

There is approximately 1,000 mg of mercury in the typical amalgam filling and about 75 percent of adults have dangerous “silver” fillings. And 1000 mg is nearly a million times more mercury than mercury that is in contaminated seafood.

Every time you chew, mercury vapor is released and gets into your bloodstream, and this damages your tissues.

Have a look at this video. It’s amazing.

Dr. Lokensgard is one of the few dentists in the Franklin, TN area that takes out mercury amalgam fillings SAFELY. And by that I mean, there are a lot of precautions your dentist needs to take before removing them. If he doesn’t have the right equipment, both the dentist and the patient are in doctor protectiongreat danger from mercury dust.

If you have mercury fillings, you definitely should have them removed, but only by a dentist that knows exactly how and has the right equipment to do so.

To schedule an appointment with his patient protectionoffice, give him a call at 615-481-4555. Also, to learn more about his practice read this and click the link below.

Shawn Dady
President, Tennesseans For Raw Milk
Weston A. Price Chapter Leader, Nashville/Brentwood/Franklin



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An author, speaker, and health copywriter, Shawn Dady is also the president of Tennesseans For Raw Milk and the Nashville/Brentwood/Franklin Chapter Leader for the Weston A. Price Foundation. She is a consultant and nationwide influencer for people on health and wellness issues and has been in the industry for more than 20 years.