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The American Dental Association along with other organizations such as World Health and the Center for Disease Control affirm that silver fillings are safe, cost effective and long-lasting. The confusion surrounding this issue is attributed to the fact that when mercury is exposed at high and unsafe levels, it becomes toxic.
The Globe and Mail; 18 May 2017
Dr. Katherine Roche hopes she can now avoid drilling many of her patients' teeth.
A few weeks ago, the Edmonton dentist received her first shipment of a new, non-invasive treatment for tooth decay called silver diamine fluoride.
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