As Dr. Blanche Grube safely performs amalgam removal, mercury/”silver-filled” teeth are exposed through a rubber dam, which is inserted into the patients mouth for protection from mercury gas and vapors emitted during the removal process. White sulfur cream on the rubber dam provides the patient further protection from mercury vapors.
As Dr. Blanche Grube safely performs amalgam removal, mercury/”silver-filled” teeth are exposed through a rubber dam, which is inserted into the patients mouth for protection from mercury gas and vapors emitted during the removal process. White sulfur cream on the rubber dam provides the patient further protection from mercury vapors. Don Murley McClatchy
As Dr. Blanche Grube safely performs amalgam removal, mercury/”silver-filled” teeth are exposed through a rubber dam, which is inserted into the patients mouth for protection from mercury gas and vapors emitted during the removal process. White sulfur cream on the rubber dam provides the patient further protection from mercury vapors. Don Murley McClatchy

Health officials kill proposal to curb mercury dental fillings

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