Mutagens and Carcinogens In The Mouth
If you have plastic materials in the dentures they will filter urethane, maleic acid, malonic acid and various azo dyes. Methacrylate dentures also filter acrylic acid. In the past, it was investigated for decades about urethane and azo dyes and was found to be highly carcinogenic. Maleic acid and malonic acid were found to be inhibitors of respiration causing the formation of tumors.
Also, acrylic acid, another carcinogen, is the same chemical that is produced when frying foods in unsaturated fats. With so many carcinogens widely studied in dental materials, we should ask something obvious: Have dental materials ever been examined to see if they were carcinogenic? In that case, what have been the results?
On the other hand, the following question arises: Is it impossible to manufacture plastics that do not contain all these carcinogens? Not at all. Dr. Hulda Clark’s Syncrometer detected more dental ingredients that were free of them than ingredients with carcinogens. However, if each dental material (such as composite, ceramic or glass ionomer) requires the use of ten ingredients.Then the possibility that the final piece lacks carcinogenic elements is practically null. Using a Syncrometer, each ingredient could be analyzed separately in search of the most harmful chemical elements.
Therefore, in order to achieve the two objectives of eliminating Clostridium infection and preventing the filtering of carcinogens; dental pieces that have large metal or plastic fillings, endodontics, crowns or sheaths must be removed. At first they were infected before the dentist “fixed” them. Now they have been reinfected and must be removed.
Why is there metal in the plastic?
Metal is not a basic ingredient in the manufacture of plastic. So, how can the plastic material are contaminated with metal? I have several hypotheses, but the fact is that I’m not the only one who has found it.
Perhaps the use in practice of lower grade chemicals to produce plastics or the use of recycled ingredients is the cause of the contamination of dental materials with toxic metals, dyes or solvents.I have also discovered that an insufficient hardening of the plastic in the mouth allows the filtration of plasticizers, dyes and other ingredients of soft dental fillings.
Another possibility is related to the chemical antiseptics used in the manufacture of plastics. Although they are important, they are also contaminated with metals, solvents and dyes. The contamination that comes from the antiseptics extends at times. It is as if a wet kitchen cloth fell on the floor.
After that, the dirt will spread anywhere where the cloth is used to “clean” whatever you may clean. Lately, nothing remains without contaminating the antiseptics themselves and the toxins were found in them. Let’s take a look at the variety of antiseptics for legal use in manufacturing processes, including those in the plastic and dental industries.
Learning to manufacture pure and safe dentures should not be difficult for an industry with a large research budget. With luck, in a short time they will get it. The second objective should be to learn how to harden it properly. Be your own dentist. Until you get an appointment with a trusted dentist, you should try to be your own dentist yourself. Teeth are too important to ignore problems.