Dentists Worry About Lead and Mercury (VIDEO)

Lead in dental workReports of lead in dental crowns have left dentists understandably worried. Our poll revealed that fully 40% of dentists feel that lead in dental work is definitely not safe, with another 40% feeling that it might be dangerous and requires more research.

To varying degrees, dentists are also concerned about dental patients’ exposure to mercury, bisphenol-A (BPA), and fluoride.

Read more: Dentists’ Chemical Fears: Lead, Mercury and BPA in Dental Work


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  • Jim Economos

    The HG argument just shows people need to be educated in Chemistry. Saying HG’s bad because it’s part of a compound is the same as saying by putting salt in your food, one will get Clorine gas poisening bucause it’s one of the elements of salt. The other element, of course, is Sodium, which by itself is very toxic and would burn a hole through your hand.

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