Small step for mankind, ginormous step for dentistry!
Based on the concerns of mercury the British Dental Association have announced that new regulations for the use of dental amalgam will come into effect as of July 2018.
“The BDA is alerting dentists that from 1 July 2018, UK law states that dental amalgam should not be used in the treatment of deciduous teeth, in children under 15 years-old, and in pregnant or breastfeeding women, except when deemed strictly necessary by a dentist based on the specific medical needs of the patient.
The law has been passed on the basis of environmental concerns about mercury pollution, and does not reflect any evidence-based concerns about adverse effects of amalgam on human health.” – BDA
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