Office Supplies Used As Dental Devices

Paperclips are for paper....not for teeth....

Well, there goes my next trip to the dentist. I will DEMAND to see everything prior to any surgery, etc.

This doesn't suprise me a

This doesn't suprise me a bit. Many dentists also get cheap materials from labs in China so they can make more money. Here's one story of a 73-year-old woman who had a bad reaction to a multi-unit bridge made in China that turned out to contain lead in the ceramic.

15 to 20 percent of all crowns, bridges and dentures in the United States are now manufactured offshore -- and the percentage is rising every year. The companies that make them have no obligation to tell people what they are made from either. They list some ingredients but some are proprietary and they won't tell anyone what they are.

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