In the fall of 2012, I was getting estimates from biodentists in Mexico. They were a fraction of the cost here in the states. Then, my husband was diagnosed with a virulent oral squamous cell cancer, so our priorities changed pretty quick. He had surgery but passed on having his head fried and chemo. Good news is, he's had two clean scans and is feeling good and I'm ready to start addressing my issues. Another thing that happened...a year or two before my Iodine fiasco, my dentist took a high-speed drill to an Amalgam and turned the air blue! I had no idea he was going to do that.
So, now I know that excess Iodine isn't a danger and if I'm conscientious about salt loading and supplements I should be okay. I know I don't want to chelate with amalgams, but is the Iodine protocol considered a chelating procedure?
I don't know how to email you. I clicked on: emailtrapper/kcmo to no avail. I'm at firstname.lastname@example.org