Just one question comes to mind... Why don't most dentists have MS then? They breath the fumes all day at work?
I don't have any idea. This has got me so mixed up that I don't know whether to shit or go blind
I've never liked the idea of mercury in my mouth but I've always read that it isn't harmful. I have to believe that dentists wouldn't have anything to do with it if they believed it was harmful. I guess the remaining question is, how well do they understand the chemistry of it?
This situation is a textbook MS situation in that "if" amalgam and mercury vapors really did/do instigate MS, it would be considered a trigger with an underlying predisposition to the disease so you might expect a higher percentage of dentists to get MS, but maybe not a shocking, easily noticeable increase.
That video is eerie and concerning, but I still have to go back to the thought, if amalgam really were an instigator why would campath, Tovaxin and HDC consistantly bring the MS process to a screeching halt?