Does anyone think a dentist would remove an amalgam without replacing it? - Mothering Forums

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I would really like to have my amalgams removed, but I want to give remineralization a chance before I go any further. Unfortunately, I called the only two bio dentists within a 25 mile radius and neither will do it. I even said that I would sign whatever necessary for me to just get things done my way, but no dice. I could look further away, but I'm not sure when we could deal with a long drive with our two year old since I won't leave her with anyone. So I'm at the point where I'm considering contacting a regular dentist or a dental school. Any advice in regards to that?
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