Understanding heavy metal detoxification for Greenville guests
Dr. Palmer of Palmer Distinctive Dentistry focuses on providing whole body health with holistic procedures. His practice is known for helping guests improve their smile and reduce the amount of metal in their teeth. This is due to the possibility of metal toxicity. In his practice, he provides metal free dentistry with biocompatible materials that will work with your body, not against it.
Many health related issues could arise with metal toxicity. They may range from mild to severe, depending on the level of metal in the body. They can include problems with the skin, depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue, neurological conditions, immune dysfunction, and digestive issues. When the issue has been traced to metal toxins, it is important to undergo heavy metal detoxification. Greenville dentist, Dr. Palmer, takes several steps to help his guests detoxify their system and improve their lives.
The first phase of heavy metal detoxification is the removal of the metals. Many guests have metals in their mouths with mercury silver (amalgam) fillings. When properly removed, this can reduce the problems guests are experiencing due to metal toxicity.
During the second phase of heavy metal detoxification, Greenville practice, Palmer Distinctive Dentistry, may recommend taking specific herbs and extracts to remove the burden that heavy metals can cause to the body. This may include garlic bulb, dandelion leaf extract, cilantro leaf extract, and milk thistle seed extracts. Nutraceuticals such as L-glutathione and N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine can also help with toxin removal.
Guests who have undergone heavy metal detoxification may find the health problems they were experiencing reduced or even eliminated after the problem metal is removed. This is because the toxicity has negatively affected the body, and the only way to address this issue and reverse the problem is through the removal of the toxin itself.
If you are interested in learning more about heavy metal detoxification or holistic dentistry, call the practice of Palmer Distinctive Dentistry. You will learn how your oral health can affect the rest of your body and can have a positive or negative effect on your health and wellbeing.