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Dental Implants

steve
We had a discussion some years ago but I was wondering if anyone has an experience with dental implants, good or bad, titanium or zirconium.
The crown over my root canaled tooth is failing and I really don't want to spend money on another crown and had always wanted the root canal out of my mouth.
I had an epicoectomy on it and it is capped with mercury so on x rays I can see 2 balls of mercury right inside my gums.
A bridge is possible since there are 2 teeth surrounding it but I know the possible issues with that as well-filing down 2 good teeth for the bridge. The implants make me more nervous however
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Fog Top
Steve,
Before I knew anything about electro sensitivity but was having ES symptoms with cell and cordless phones, I got a titanium implant.  I was in horrid pain for weeks afterwards while the dentist and implant specialist told me that they just didn't understand my pain because they had installed numerous implants and people loved them and felt good even on the day of the procedure.  The pain finally got better, but I remained in a state of high anxiety. 
It wasn't until I later developed full-blown ES symptoms that I read an article by Dr. Lina Garcia on implants and metal dental work turning people into antennas from all the RF in our environment today that I knew this was my problem.  She recommends only Zirconium/Zirconia implants and crowns and is against root canals.  Even "porcelain" crowns are composed of metals.  I had the implant removed along with a root canal and felt like a weight was lifted off me immediately afterwards.  I then had porcelain crowns replaced with Zirconia and amalgam fillings replaced with composite.  Amalgam removal needs to be done by a biological or holistic dentist who has special filters installed and gas masks, etc. Zirconium is an extremely hard metal but it does not conduct electricity, so no antenna effect.  I found a regular dentist in my smallish town who loved the durability of Zirconium and his prices matched the cost of regular porcelain crowns.
A bridge and also permanent retainers utilize metal bands which will act as an antenna right next to your head. 
Here's a link to Dr. Garcia's articles:


From: steve [via ES] <ml+[hidden email]>
Sent: Friday, August 24, 2018 12:50 AM
To: Fog Top
Subject: [ES] Dental Implants
 
We had a discussion some years ago but I was wondering if anyone has an experience with dental implants, good or bad, titanium or zirconium.
The crown over my root canaled tooth is failing and I really don't want to spend money on another crown and had always wanted the root canal out of my mouth.
I had an epicoectomy on it and it is capped with mercury so on x rays I can see 2 balls of mercury right inside my gums.
A bridge is possible since there are 2 teeth surrounding it but I know the possible issues with that as well-filing down 2 good teeth for the bridge. The implants make me more nervous however


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steve
Thank you for the reply. My dentist uses Zirconium implants and cerec crowns which are metal free. The crowns don't appear to be as long lasting as metal ones as I have one that is a few years old and already wearing out by the gum line for some reason.
He didn't sound too enthused about the zirconium implants even though he uses them, he actually mentioned a cerec bridge as an option but then 2 teeth have to be ground down.
Just no great options it seems but you've convinced me to stay away from titanium.



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Steve,
Before I knew anything about electro sensitivity but was having ES symptoms with cell and cordless phones, I got a titanium implant.  I was in horrid pain for weeks afterwards while the dentist and implant specialist told me that they just didn't understand my pain because they had installed numerous implants and people loved them and felt good even on the day of the procedure.  The pain finally got better, but I remained in a state of high anxiety. 
It wasn't until I later developed full-blown ES symptoms that I read an article by Dr. Lina Garcia on implants and metal dental work turning people into antennas from all the RF in our environment today that I knew this was my problem.  She recommends only Zirconium/Zirconia implants and crowns and is against root canals.  Even "porcelain" crowns are composed of metals.  I had the implant removed along with a root canal and felt like a weight was lifted off me immediately afterwards.  I then had porcelain crowns replaced with Zirconia and amalgam fillings replaced with composite.  Amalgam removal needs to be done by a biological or holistic dentist who has special filters installed and gas masks, etc. Zirconium is an extremely hard metal but it does not conduct electricity, so no antenna effect.  I found a regular dentist in my smallish town who loved the durability of Zirconium and his prices matched the cost of regular porcelain crowns.
A bridge and also permanent retainers utilize metal bands which will act as an antenna right next to your head. 
Here's a link to Dr. Garcia's articles:


From: steve [via ES] <ml+[hidden email]>
Sent: Friday, August 24, 2018 12:50 AM
To: Fog Top
Subject: [ES] Dental Implants
 
We had a discussion some years ago but I was wondering if anyone has an experience with dental implants, good or bad, titanium or zirconium.
The crown over my root canaled tooth is failing and I really don't want to spend money on another crown and had always wanted the root canal out of my mouth.
I had an epicoectomy on it and it is capped with mercury so on x rays I can see 2 balls of mercury right inside my gums.
A bridge is possible since there are 2 teeth surrounding it but I know the possible issues with that as well-filing down 2 good teeth for the bridge. The implants make me more nervous however


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Lynnezhu
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I had a terrible reaction from lithium disylicate (something like that) ....  as in emax or others.  These supposedly are all porcelain but they aren't.  Had to have bridge removed.  Lost $3000 and annoyed the dentist.  
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steve
My dentist uses Cerec



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I had a terrible reaction from lithium disylicate (something like that) ....  as in emax or others.  These supposedly are all porcelain but they aren't.  Had to have bridge removed.  Lost $3000 and annoyed the dentist.  


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Arctic Coast
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Thank you for this info.
Being careful to what dental care is being done upon your body
might prove critical vs emf-problems.

Dr.Mercola also has something to that topic:

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/08/25/heavy-metal-electromagnetic-fields.aspx