Dental for the Chemically Sensitive
For the chemically
hypersensitive, there is difficulty finding materials that the
MCS can live with, and finding a dentist that will work with MCS
persons special needs.
Below is a list of
suggestions for you to design your own plan. If you have a clear
plan, it may lend more validity to your special needs.
MCS persons, varying success has been reported for lab
Get a lab biocompatability test to weed
out the most objectionable materials.
- Peak Energy
Performance contacts each manufacturer and get as
many chemicals in the material formula that they can. All
ingredients in a dental product are not listed on the
MSDS sheet, to protect trade secret. Because of this,
there can be a false positive tendency for any blood
testing. But it does help narrow down the list of what to
test. www.peakenergy.com Click on Peak
Energy Performance, Serum Biocompatibility Testing
- Peak Energy
Performance, Inc., 1621 North Circle Drive,
Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80909. Hours: M-F, 8:00 am to
5:00 pm Mountain Time. (800) 331-2303 or
(719) 548-1600 FAX: (719) 572-8081
Ask if the dentist will furnish samples of permanent
and temporary materials for you to test, including
If yes, then:
Get a sample and put it in your mouth between the
cheek and gum for as long as you can. The Heavy
Metal Bulletin advocates 2 weeks during waking hours.
Another recommendation is to test 2 hours a day for 2 weeks.
Record symptoms, if any, for each material. Make sure to include
cements with your test. Ultra-sensitive persons have the most
difficulty with these materials.
and gum testing is the most reliable method reported by MCS
On the results of these tests, decide which materials you want
the dentist to use.
- Dental Amalgam
Mercury Syndrome (DAMS). International DAMS
Newsletter. P.O. Box 64397, Virginia Beach, VA,
23467-4397. Phone: 800-311-6265 Contact:
- For more information see: www.snowcrest.net/lassen/eiorgs.html#dent
- The Heavy Metal Bulletin, from
Sweden. Individual issues or subscriptions available
through Monica Kauppi, Lilla Aspuddsv. 10, S-12649
Hagersten Stockholm Sweden, Tel/Fax +46 8 164086 (Sweden
is 7 hours ahead of MST)
- E-mail: email@example.com
Swedish biomaterial integrates with human tissue. Heavy
Metal Bulletin - News Release Uppsala 16th Oct. 2002. "Background:
In October 2000, the new directly applicable ceramic dental
material, DoxaDent, was launched, a material that needs no cement
for its application, which gave new hope . . . Heavy Metal
Bulletins No. 2 & 3, 2000." (Scroll down this page
for article) medlem.spray.se/heavymetalbulletin1/engelska/news.htm
- Amalgam Illness:
Diagnosis and Treatment, by Andrew Hall
Cutler, PhD, PE. "Most of the book is devoted to
what you can do to treat the symptoms of amalgam illness
while you get rid of your mercury. The treatment section
gives step by step directions to figure out exactly what
mercury is doing to you and how to fix it. This book
tells you how."
- MCS/EI Answer
expertise on making safe environments for the chemically
sensitive and the environmentally ill. Carolyn Gorman has
many years of experience educating, advising and
providing resources as Patient
Information Specialist, with a renowned
- Staffed by:
- Carolyn Gorman,
- eianswerline@ sharecareprayer.org
- E-mail received at any time,
will be answered during the hours below.
- Weekly Hours Central
- Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
- There is no fee
to consult with Carolyn on a myriad of subjects regarding
Environmental Illness/Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.
However, contributions are needed to cover this
service. Please send your tax-deductible gifts as able to
Share, Care, and Prayer, Inc., P.O. Box 2080, Frazier
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Experiences with Safer Dental
- Nightmare on Dental Biocompatible
Street (with a Happy Ending)
- The Influence of Dental Materials on
Assistant Is Chemically Injured
- for more on safer
materials and dental experiences.
The information and stories are not presented to recommend, draw conclusions, or
denigrate any organization, practice, product, or procedure. They
are to represent the perceptions and experiences of the authors.
- Safer Dental
Tips and Information
- Cements. In
Germany, most patients with MCS tolerate the cement by
HARVARD. This might be available in the U.S. as well. It
is useful to include cements with your saliva or cheek
and gum tests.
Elimination, Mercury and the Immune System,
Richard H. Keller, D.D.S., M.P.S., N.M.D.
- NAET in Practice www.dockeller.com/Allergy%20Elimination.htm
- *This list may pertain
to those that are not
- Editors Note:
Many MCS patients vary in their response to dental
materials. Please test the dental materials orally
- before dental work.
- Before dental work, Vitamin C IV (self-administered)
- Follow dental work with sauna
Tested well and recommended for chemically
- Preventative Resin Restoration:
- Delton and Z100 as sealants Composite
- Bonded Resin Restoration: Empress
crown. The information did not state whether the
crowns you use are internally stained-would like to check
- Targus crown is 25% stronger with imbedded fibers. Did
not test well/chemically less toxic materials available:
- Perioguard antiseptic rinse (contains
hexachlorephine). Replace with 3% hydrogen peroxide
brushed onto teeth.
- 3M Scotchbond Resin Cement. Best alternative for
cementing crowns is Panavia (Kuraray, Co) which comes in
a kit with etch, primer, activator, catalyst, and ceramic
primer. This is probably the simplest solution.
- Other products which are recommended over 3M are:
- One Step All Bond (Bisco, Inc., Itasco, Il) is also OK
but still needs Panavia or CR Hybrid.
- Vitrebond tests well if pulp capping is needed.
- Other comments:
- Intraoral sandblasting is less toxic than using etchant
If etchant is used, rinse mouth immediately after use to
buffer acid. Avoid polycarboxylate.