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November 23, 2004



hi randy,

One correction. the materials that biological dentists use to replace the metals are not entirely safe. there is no such thing. all artificially derived materials carry some sort of price. the point is just that the porcelain, ceramic or other materials are much less of a problem, but many of them also have a bit of metal in them (sort of like rebar, to keep the more solid stuff from breaking apart). since the metal isn't in contact with your mouth, but is embedded in the filling material, you're much better off. Keep up the good work. jr

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