...or do you pull the tooth and have a bridge?
That is exactly what I recommend. Extract and then bridge if you need something to fill its place.
I cannot think of anything nice to say about
dentists. The whole science is flawed. Mercury referred to as 'silver' is just plain deceptive and wrong. Root canals will always harbor bacteria and cause it to spread.
The FDA will never admit to any of this poisoning us because the lawsuits it would result in would be in the billions.
I believe I read that the non mercury fillings contain endocrine disruptors like BPA. I dont know if its true but it wouldnt surprise me.
All major brands of toothpaste contain Glycerin which coats the teeth and prevents remineralization of the tooth restricting the carries ability to heal as it should. I dont believe this is by chance either. Call me a conspiracy theorist all you wish.
One major brand actually hides the fact that it contains glycerin by leaving it off of the ingredients on the label, yet if you call them they admit to it being an ingredient.
There are now small natural toothpaste companies emerging that DO sell glycerin free toothpaste. I highly recommend you make the switch. Options for glycerin free pastes are here:healthyfitsmart.com/glycerin-free-toothpaste/
I was researching amalgams and the history of them yesterday and was stunned - though it was while reading wiki - that little has changed in tooth filling composite for over 1,400 years or more.