Assure a Smile Offers Safe Mercury Filling Removal in Miami

Assure a Smile, a Miami-based dental practice, is offering safe mercury filling removal for patients who are concerned about the health risks associated with this type of dental restoration.

Miami, Florida Mar 19, 2024 (Issuewire.com) – Mercury fillings, also known as dental amalgam, are made up of a mixture of mercury and other metals. When used as a dental restorative, mercury amalgam can be harmful to health. Studies have shown that people with mercury fillings have a significantly higher risk of developing chronic illnesses and disorders, such as neurological problems, autoimmune diseases, and cancer.

At Assure a Smile, mercury filling removal is performed using a variety of techniques to protect patients from exposure to mercury vapor and amalgam fragments. These techniques include:

  • Using dental dams to cover the mouth and prevent soft tissues from exposure
  • Using air filters to prevent inhalation of mercury vapor
  • Using advanced filtration systems to dispose of mercury amalgam in a safe and eco-conscious way

In addition to safe mercury filling removal, Assure a Smile also offers a variety of other dental services, including:

  • Teeth whitening
  • Dentures and implants
  • Cosmetic dentistry
  • Children’s dentistry

To learn more about safe mercury filling removal with Assure a Smile, visit assureasmile.com.

About Assure a Smile

For over 25 years, Assure a Smile has been the premier dental care provider in South Florida. Dr. Ted Herrmann, a Miami dentist, leads their holistic dental practice with the purpose of providing a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums.

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