Dental Amalgam: A Scientific Review And Recommended Public Health Service Strategy For Research, Education And Regulation

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James S. Benson
DIANE Publishing, 1999 - 183 pages
A report on the question of whether mercury-containing amalgam used in clinical dentistry produces adverse health effects. Contents: perspectives on dental caries prevention and tooth restoration; highlights of the report; amalgam use and benefits; amalgam risks; alternatives; selection of a dental restorative material; policies on dental amalgam; research; education; regulation; recommended PHS strategy; contributors to the report; appendices.

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Page 31 - Methylation of •"' Mercury from Dental Amalgam and Mercuric Chloride by Oral Streptococci in vitro.
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