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Here is a list of dentists in Britain and Ireland, which may help you to find the best person for your needs.
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MERCURY FREE DENTISTS IN BRITAIN & IRELAND

 

This list was last researched and updated in 2004-2005.

To request newer (though shorter) lists contact both of the UK associations for mercury free / holistic dentistry:

the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, Huddersfield, on (01484) 514451

the British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry, London, on (0208) 7461177

Lists from both these associations have been collated here with additions and amendments by Simon Rees (contact phoenixhealingcentre@yahoo.com). Where information is available (after directly contacting the clinics, though not all have been contacted yet) basic details have been added in italics of protocols offered at each clinic.

"Mercury free" means no amalgam restorations are ever performed – a big step for any dentist to make. Many are completely mercury free practices, others just mercury free dentists. Most will be experienced, and possibly skilled, at removing amalgams as well. Patient exposure to mercury vapour in the air will be much lower in clinics/areas where amalgams are never placed. This step also reflects the dentist’s attitude, as anyone who still places any amalgam fillings at all is not yet taking the health effects seriously (unless acting unethically). Some dentists ‘do mercury free as well as amalgam,’ which means they offer a choice. While this is far better than forcing amalgams on patients, these dentists have nevertheless wherever possible been excluded from this particular list. (Peer pressure, higher profits and underestimation of the hazards may be the most common causes, but as one dentist put it, it would be a case of ‘putting mercury into people’s mouths on odd days then taking it out again on even days’.)

Most use basic safety measures during amalgam removal (unlike most dentists not listed here, who would typically remove amalgams in a highly unsafe speedy manner, if at all), but with varying degrees of precaution. Opinions differ on what is necessary or advisable. Copious rinsing, high volume suction, cutting and sectioning (rather than drilling), and sequential removal according to the electrical readings of a galvanometer are used by most, whereas not everyone has gone to the effort to fit out their clinic with special mercury filtration systems (preferably near the patient), nor does everybody use a nose piece with an alternative air or oxygen supply. Probably the most significant safety measure of all is simply allowing lots of time (unlike in the speedy drilling of regular dentistry) for the copious water suction and rinsing, in between careful skilled cutting of the amalgam.

Only a small handful, however, excel at "holistic dentistry" with advanced testing and detoxification procedures. For some this might include, for instance, cavitation (NICO lesion) detection and surgical cleaning (possibly relevant for patients who have ever had teeth extractions or root canal therapy). Not all mercury free dentists agree, but some consider the cleaning of cavitations, and/or extraction of those root-filled teeth which test as toxic, to be as important to systemic health as the removal of amalgams, though only a few advanced and experienced mercury free dentists currently address this issue (under 10% of those listed below). Other dentists, therefore, may sometimes refer patients when needed for special examinations and/or treatments of this kind.

Not all mercury free dentists are completely metal free, which is arguably another important consideration, due to the nickel, cadmium, aluminium, palladium, beryllium, titanium and other metals used in many non-amalgam dental materials. Non-toxic completely metal-free filling materials now exist (such as the "DiamondLite" and "DiamondCrown" range) which are, moreover, more durable and stronger than amalgams.

Other considerations include the use of non-abrasive teeth-cleaning methods which do not involve scraping (note: teeth-cleaning if there are amalgams in the mouth can be hazardous in itself anyway due to the heating, which increases mercury release), and the use of anaesthetics which do not contain adrenaline. Finally, although it is normal practice to use a rubber dam during the placing of composites – which can itself require more skill and time (and often special training) compared to the placing of amalgams – the use of one to cover the surrounding teeth during amalgam removals is adamantly defended or rejected by different mercury free dentists, as there is currently much professional disagreement on whether it is effective or counter-effective due to mercury penetrating the latex and getting trapped under it. The British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry still use and recommend the rubber dam, and moreover point out that latex-free rubber dams are available now. They also claim that its effectiveness depends primarily on using it with adequate skill. Others have noted that no method can totally prevent some degree of leakage of mercury "dust" (sludge) into the throat, hence the importance of taking lots of time and rinsing constantly. The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, on the other hand, recommend a new design instead, called the clean-up aspirator tip, which fits neatly over a single tooth and, they claim, is more effective at limiting the leakage.

 

WARNING: Not everyone on this list can necessarily be trusted to remove amalgams thoroughly or for the right reasons, so it is highly recommended that you do your own research and reading before choosing a dentist. Some dentists claim to have found mercury or trapped decay still in the mouths of people who thought they had already had it all removed by a different dentist. This list contains no value judgments or advice but merely contact and protocol information. The compiler of this list does not recommend any course of treatment, and the inclusion of a dentist on this list does not constitute a recommendation. Please remember, as well, that a personal recommendation from someone you know always helps.

The dentists are listed below by region, as follows:

(1) London (2) South East England & East Anglia (3) South West England

(4) Wales (5) The Midlands (6) Northern England (7) Scotland (8) Ireland

1. LONDON

Sunita Chaudhuri

PLC Dental Surgery, 4 Terrace Road, Plaistow, London, E13 OPP

Tel: 020 8552 7552

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Joseph Cohen

17 The Grove, Finchley, London N3 1QN

Tel: 020 8346 3125

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry; British Homeopathic Dental Association

David Cowan

Holistic Dentistry, 48 Crundale Avenue, Kingsbury, London NW9 9PL

Tel: 020 8204 4309

Website: www.kingsburyholisticdentist.co.uk

E-mail: d.cowan@onetel.net

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Holistic mercury free practice (since 1985). Also metal free, with use of DiamondLite composites. Safety protocols used for amalgam removal including slowest speed drill, high volume suction, rubber dam, thorough cleaning with patience, oxygen supply and mercury air filtration system. Works with a kinesiologist for biocompatibility testing and detoxification, and/or uses charcoal, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, acetyl-cysteine and herbal formulae. Tests done such as Kelmer, lymphocyte sensitivity and faecal metals.

David Harvie Austin

West One Dental Practice, 30 Weymouth Street, London W1G 7BS

Tel: 020 7637 2732

E-mail: d.harvey-austin1@btconnect.com

Secretary of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Holistic mercury free practice. Also metal free, with use of DiamondLite composites. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, rubber dam, complete body covering, oxygen mask, mercury air filter and biocompatibility testing (kinesiology, blood). Works with nutritionist or arranges Bio-nutritional profiling. Tests done, e.g. Kelmer. Checking of root canal toxicity, and of cavitations (NICO lesions) using panographic x-ray and oral examination, with surgical cleaning when needed.

David Hefferon

12 Upper Wimpole Street, London W1G 6LW

Tel: 020 7935 5281

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Holistic mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, rubber dam, alternative air supply through a nose piece, negative ion generators, mercury air filter and biocompatibility testing (kinesiology, Melisa test). Completely metal free fillings used. Chlorella, selenium and charcoal given. Nutritional protocols worked out beforehand, and many holistic therapies and tests offered at clinic or through referral, such as osteopathy, chiropractic, homeopathy, colour therapy, kinesiology, bio-resonance testing, I.V. vitamin C, I.V. glutathione, neural therapy and ozone therapy. Checking of root canal toxicity, and of cavitations (NICO lesions) using digital x-ray, with surgical cleaning or ozone when needed.

Peter Mendelsohn

Carnaby Street Dental Practice, 31 Carnaby Street, London W1F 7DL

Tel: 020 7734 6421

Website: www.carnabystreetdentist.co.uk

E-mail: enquiries@carnabystreetdentist.co.uk

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry; British Homeopathic Dental Association

Mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including galvanometer, rubber dam, oxygen supply and mercury air filter. Patients referred to local kinesiologist for biocompatibility testing.

Anthony Newbury

72 Harley Street, London W1N 1AE

Tel: 020 7580 3168

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Mercury free (since 1980).

Shabir Pandor

44 Harley St, London, W1G 9PS

Tel: 020 7580 1076

E-mail: sapandor@aol.com

Member of: British Homeopathic Dental Association

Holistic mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removal including galvanometer, high volume suction and biocompatibility testing (kinesiology). Many naturopathic techniques employed such as dental homeopathy, dental acupuncture, EAV testing, chlorella, fish oils and cilantro.

Gareth Rhidian & Stephen Allen

Brompton Dental & Health Clinic, 221-223 Old Brompton Road, London SW5 0EA

Tel: 020 7370 0055

Website: www.mercuryfree.co.uk

E-mail: info@mercuryfree.co.uk

Members of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry (Gareth Rhidian is Treasurer)

Holistic mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, rubber dam, intravenous vitamin C, oxygen supply, mercury air filter and goggles. Only metal free fillings used. Tests done, e.g. Kelmer or immunological. Detoxification using natural supplements such as ‘Sea Greens’. Checking of root canal toxicity, and of cavitations (NICO lesions) using digital x-ray, with surgical cleaning when needed (Stephen Allen).

Adam Sapera

165A Haverstock Hill, London NW3 4QT

Tel: 020 7722 2959

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry; British Homeopathic Dental Association

Andrew White

Tally Ho Dental Practice, 630 High Road, North Finchley, London N12 0NU

Tel: 020 8492 0020

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Adelain Wright, Louise Walker & Vicky Lee

The Primrose Dental Practice, 61a Regents Park Rd, London NW1 8XD

Tel: 020 7722 0860

Mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, rubber dam, galvanometer sometimes, and biocompatibility testing (kinesiology). Further testing may also be arranged.

 

 

2. SOUTH EAST ENGLAND & EAST ANGLIA

Jeff Amos

Highlands Cottage, Church Street, Old Heathfield, East Sussex TN21 9AJ

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Milton Beinart

40 High Street, Weybridge, Surrey KT13 8AB

Tel: 01932 841331

E-mail: miltonbeinart@hotmail.com

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Marina Carew

Lavender Barn, Brewers End, Takeley, Essex CM22 6QJ

Tel: 01279 870077

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including oxygen mask, rubber dam, mercury air filter, biocompatibility testing (kinesiology) and a dietary and pre-detoxification regime worked out by their nutritionist.

Robert Chatfield

Park Road Dental Centre, 35 Park Road, Teddington, Middx TW11 0AB

Tel: 0208 977 9229

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Not a mercury free practice, but Robert Chatfield is a mercury free dentist.

Diarmuid Clohessy

74 Bounty Road, Basingstoke, Hants RG21 3BZ

Tel: 01256 465764

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Catherine Crowe

Rookswood Dental Practice, 34 Shirley Ave, Southampton SO15 5NG

Tel: 0238 077 4056

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

John and Anne Friend
185 Wroxham Road, Sprowston, Norwich NR7 8AG
Tel: 01603 427500
Mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, protective glasses and mercury air filter.

R.W.C. Hackemann

15, Rectory Park, Sanderstead, Surrey CR2 9JQ

Tel: 0208 657 7024

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Brian Halverson

Prestwood Centre, 99 High Street, Prestwood, Buckinghamshire HP16 9BG

Tel: 01494 864601

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Andre Hedger

26a Church Road, Great Bookham, Surrey KT23 3LL

Tel: 01372 457959

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Eli Joffe

128 Woodford Avenue, Gants Hill, Ilford, Essex 1G2 6XA

Tel: 0208 550 0546

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Joanna Jullien

Lorna Doone Dental Surgery, Chobham Road, Woking, Surrey GU21 4AA

Tel: 01483 763107

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Marc Mortiboys

Phoenix House, Forest Road, Effingham, Surrey KT24 5HE

Tel: 01483 281428

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Graeme & Lilian Munro-Hall ***

Munro-Hall Clinic, Wick End Farm, Wick End, Stagsden, Beds MK43 8TS

Tel: 01234 826722

Website: www.hallvtox.dircon.co.uk

E-mail: hallvtox@dircon.co.uk

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Holistic mercury free practice. Also metal free, with use of DiamondLite composites. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, NAC pre-rinse, clean-up aspirator tips, oxygen supply, ioniser round patient’s neck, mercury air filter by patient and forced air-flow over patient. "Hall V-Tox Therapy" offered for preparation and detoxification, including regimes of high dose intravenous vitamin C, other vitamins, minerals, glutathione, lipoic acid, herbal remedies, electronic devices, oils, probiotics, dietary advice, etc. Many tests available, including faecal metals. Checking of root canal toxicity, and of cavitations (NICO lesions) using Cavitat ultrasound scanner, with surgical cleaning when needed. Chemical-free natural environs & on-site accommodation

*** Please note that the Munro-Hall Clinic will be at the following address from the 1st of August :

Rushey Ford Business Park; West End Road; Kempston Rural; Bedford MK43 8RU

01234.840.099

Tom Nyerges

12A King Street, Luton, Beds LU1 2DP

Tel: 01582 726 853

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry; British Homeopathic Dental Association

Tom Pomeroy & Stewart Rust

28 Sheep Street, Bicester, Oxon OX26 6LG

Tel: 01869 252228

E-mail: info@nomercury.co.uk

Website: www.nomercury.co.uk

Members of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Gareth Rhidian

Holistic Dental Centre, 5 Hart House, The Hart, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7HA

Tel: 01252 820004

Website: www.mercury-free.co.uk

Treasurer of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, nose piece with alternative air supply & a special new "mobile IQ" mercury filtration system for the clinic. Gareth Rhidian also works two days a week at the Brompton Clinic in London.

Alan Saunders

115 Masons Hill, Bromley, Kent BR2 9HT

Tel: 0208 460 6206

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Marcus Spry

Franklin House Dental Practice, 15 Franklin Rd, Gillingham, Kent ME7 4DF

Tel: 01634 577794

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Evelien van Amerongen

Dr Evelien van Amerongen
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Elvetham Dental Care
3 Elvetham Road
Fleet
GU51 4 QL

Tel: 01252 614818

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Douglas Vincent

Newnham Dental Practice, 14 Newnham Street, Ely, Cambridgeshire CB7 4PE

Tel: 01353 667200

Website: www.mercury-free-dentistry.co.uk

E-mail: info@mercury-free-dentistry.co.uk

Mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction.

Peter Watt

38 High Road, West End, Southampton SW3 3DR

Tel: 01703 473612

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Chris Wood

Durban Dental Care, Crowborough Hill, Crowborough, E. Sussex TW6 1DG

Tel: 01892 652377

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Philip Yellowley

Hove Court Dental Centre, 2 New Church Road, Hove, E. Sussex BN3 4FH

Tel: 01273 770377

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

3. SOUTH WEST ENGLAND

John Ahearne

Moonfleet Dental Practice, 30 Bournemouth Road, Lower Parkstone, Poole, Dorset BH14 0ES

Tel: 01202 741622

Website: www.moonfleet.co.uk

E-mail: moonfleet@ahearne30.freeserve.co.uk

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Homeopathic Dental Association

Holistic mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, nurse’s syringe with water and selenium, rubber dam, galvanometer, complete body & hair covering, chewing of charcoal beforehand, oxygen supply through a nose piece and ground-level mercury air filters with forced air flow over patient. Uses kinesiology or refers patients to other practitioners for biocompatibility testing. Checking of root canal toxicity, and of cavitations (NICO lesions) using the Cavitat ultrasound scanner, with surgical cleaning when needed.

Andrew Blonden

Lockyear Rd Dental Surgery, 7 Lockyear Rd, Mannamead, Plymouth PL3 4RL

Tel: 01752 662929

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Largely mercury free practice, and Andrew Blonden is a mercury free dentist. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, rubber dam, mercury air filter, covering for eyes, nose & face, and biocompatibility testing (kinesiology).

Stephen Bray

Riverview Dental, 8 Symon's Passage, Totnes TQ9 5YS
Tel: 01803 866822

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology.
Holistic practice. Non metal dentistry including non metal (zirconium) impant protocols. Mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, rubber dam, etc. Referral network to like minded practitioners.

Carolyn Green

Wrington Dental Practice, The Henry Shaw Clinic, Kelvin house, Bridgwater Road, Winscombe, N Somerset BS25 1NW

Tel: 01934 844757

E-mail: Vitalise@aol.com

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry; British Homeopathic Dental Association

Holistic mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, MSAS bio-resonance testing, oxygen supply, mercury air filters, goggles, clean-up aspirator tips, auricular acupuncture and Terrain Max drainage remedies. Also tests for root canal toxicity, referring patients if needed to London or Swansea for surgical cavitation (NICO lesion) cleaning.

Charles Lister

The Private Treatment Centre, 23 New Street, Salisbury SP1 2PH

Tel: 01722 333733

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

David Nicholson

Southbourne-On-Sea Dentalcare, 1b Carbery Row, Southbourne, Bournemouth, Dorset BH6 3QR

Tel: 01202 421999

Website: www.seadental.co.uk

E-mail: info@seadental.co.uk

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Jane Rosser-Smith & Igsaan Kahn

Spectrum Sedation Clinic, The Weathervane, 22a Moorend Park Road, Cheltenham, Glos GL53 OJY

Tel: 01242 263816

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry
Mercury-free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, mercury air filter and the unique measure of sedating the patient, to minimize inhalation while extracting all amalgams at once. Testing often arranged, including the Kelmer test, and biocompatibility testing only on request. Homeopathy often used, and vitamins and minerals.

Martin Wall

St Peter Street Dental Centre, 37 St Peter Street, Tiverton, Devon EX16 6NW

Tel: 01884 243090

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Not a mercury free practice but Martin Wall is a mercury free dentist. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, rubber dam, mercury air filter, oxygen mask and goggles. Patients routinely referred to local kinesiologist for biocompatibility testing.

Sophy White
Rock House Dental Practice, 81 High Street, Wells, Somerset

Tel: 01749 674250

Not a mercury free practice but Sophy White is a mercury free dentist. IAOMT safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, clean-up aspirator tips, gauzes over eyes, oxygen supply and biocompatibility testing when requested (kinesiology). Homeopathic nosodes, aromatherapy and crystals sometimes used. Refers patients for IV chelation, herbs, whole blood analysis and acupuncture.

4. WALES

John Anderson

Penclawdd Dental Practice, 4 West End, Penclawdd, Swansea SA4 3YX

Tel: 01792 850223

Website: www.holistic-dentistry.co.uk

E-mail: jander9194@aol.com

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry; British Homeopathic Dental Association

Holistic mercury free practice (since 1984). Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, clean-up aspirator tips, nose mask, goggles and floor-level mercury air filters. Kinesiology used for biocompatibility testing when requested. Checking of root canal toxicity, and of cavitations (NICO lesions) using RVG digital x-ray, with surgical cleaning when needed.

Stuart Ferraris

Beaumaris Dental Health Care, 6 Castle Street, Beaumaris, Anglesey, Wales LL58 8AP

Tel: 01248 811041

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Homeopathic Dental Association

Holistic mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including galvanometer, high volume suction, rubber dam, mercury air filter, nutritional advice, dental homeopathy and biocompatibility testing (kinesiology).Root canal toxicity and cavitations assessed using kinesiology, with surgical cleaning when needed.

Iain Manson

The Cedars Dental Surgery, 189 Fidlas Road, Llanishen, Cardiff CF4 5LZ

Tel: 02920 689099

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, mercury air filter, bib and eye wear. Patients referred on request to local herbalist & acupuncture clinic for testing and detoxification.

lrwin Wright
14 Bassaleg Road, Newport, Gwent NP9 3EA
Tel: 01633 264 386

Mercury free practice (since 1995). Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, rubber dam, goggles and mercury air filter.

5. THE MIDLANDS

Sylvia Andrews

The Village Dental Practice, 50 Main Street, East Leake, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE12 6PG

Tel: 01509 852399

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Not a mercury free practice, but Sylvia Andrews is a mercury free dentist. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, alternative air supply through a nose piece and mercury air filter. Patients can be referred elsewhere on request for testing.

Baldish Bilkhu

Indent Dental Practice, Apple Tree Place, Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire NG12 2GD

Tel: 0115 933 3181

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry; British Homeopathic Dental Association

Not a mercury free practice, but Baldish Bilkhu is a mercury free dentist. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including mercury air filter, alternative air supply through a nose piece, hat, gown and bib. Biocompatibility testing arranged elsewhere only on request.

Christopher Castledine

Arthur House Dental Practice, 21 Mere Green Road, Sutton Coldfield, West Mids B75 5BL

Tel: 0121 323 4492

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, clean-up aspirator tips, alternative air supply through a nose piece and nutritional advice.

Stewart Drage

The Village Dental Practice, 50 Main Street, East Leake, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE12 6PG

Tel: 01509 852399

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Martin Edgar

Gaskell Avenue Dental Practice, 5 Gaskell Avenue, Knutsford, Cheshire WA16 0DA

Tel: 01565 633034

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Nigel Hammond

587 Etruria Road, Basford, Stoke on Trent ST4 6HL

Tel: 01782 614905

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Tariq Idri

149 Long Lane, Chester CH2 1JF

Tel: 01244 371116

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Mikhael Iskandarani
Hollywood Dental Practice, 279 Alcester Road, Hollywood, Birmingham B47 5HJ
Tel: 01564 824466

Mercury-free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including galvanometer, oxygen supply and mercury air filter.

Greg Morse

Hilltop Dental Surgery, 1007 Bristol Road South, Northfield, Birmingham B31 2QT

Tel: 0121 4752321

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

John Rees

Ravenshead Dental Practice, la Milton Court, Ravenshead, Nottingham NG15 9BD

Tel: 01623 792186

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry; British Homeopathic Dental Association

Richard Sudworth

Oasis Dental Care, 31 Broad Street, Ludlow, Shropshire SY8 1GR

Tel: 01584 872726

E-mail: ludlow@oasisdentalcare.com

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Michael Robertson

15 Orchard Road, Moreton, Wirrall CH46 8TR

Tel: 0151 677 3255

E-mail: dentalmichael@aol.com

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

6. NORTHERN ENGLAND

Eric Duodu

Lighthouse Dental Practice, 20 Hull Road, Withernsea, East Yorkshire HU19 2DZ

Tel: 01964 612024

E-mail: eduodu@btclick.com

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Nicholas Flint

40 Springfield Road, Millhouses, Sheffield S7 2GD

Tel: 0114 236 3615

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Gerry Linden

51 Richardshaw Lane, Pudsey, Leeds LS28 7NB

Tel: 01132 570921

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

 

 

Alan Moffat

Pitsmoor Dental Health Centre, 139 Burngreave Road, Pitsmoor, Sheffield S3 9DL

Tel: 0114 272 3076

E-mail: aemoffatt@excite.co.uk

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Homeopathic Dental Association

John Roberts

Cote Royd House, 7 Halifax Road, Edgerton, Huddersfield, West Yorks HD3 3AN

Tel: 01484 514451

E-mail: info@holistic-dentistry.com

Website: www.integratedhealthpractice.com

Secretary of: the British Chapter of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology

Holistic mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, clean-up aspirator tips, mercury air filter and alternative air supply through a nose piece. Biocompatibility testing done, e.g. via kinesiology by an objective third party, or via blood test. Checking of root canal toxicity, and of cavitations (NICO lesions) using x-ray, with surgical cleaning when needed. Complementary modalities such as cranial osteopathy, homeopathy, colonics, nutritional medicine and Chinese tongue diagnosis offered in the clinic, as well as referrals when appropriate to an integrative health clinic in Leics for full naturopathic testing including electro-dermal screening, live blood analysis, electrolyte and acidity tests, etc.

7. SCOTLAND

Loyd Jerome
200 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4HG

Tel: 0141 3310722

E-mail: lj@dentalpractice.com

Mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction.

Huw Martin-Jones & Neeraj Puri

Integrated Dentalcare, 1 Manor Place, Edinburgh EH3 7DH

Tel: 0131 225 9093

E-mail: info@integrateddentalcare.com

Website: www.integrateddentalcare.com

Members of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Mercury free practice. Ozone therapy often used to treat dental caries, as an alternative to conventional surgical treatment.

Gillian Nicol

27 Comiston Road, Edinburgh EHI0 6AA

Tel: 0131 447 2722

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Not a mercury free practice, but Gillian Nicol is a mercury free dentist (since 1992). She is not taking on patients at present for amalgam removals, but is still available for general dentistry.

Stewart Wright

6 GeorgeSquare, Greenock, Scotland PA15 1QP

Tel: 01475 720208

Website: www.stewartjwright.co.uk

Not a mercury free practice, but Stewart Wright is a mercury free dentist.

8. IRELAND

Michael Cronin

91 Main Street, Midleton, Co. Cork, Éire

Tel: 021 4631836

Not a mercury free practice, but Michael Cronin is a mercury free dentist. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction and galvanometer.

Philip McCarter

1 Beresford Row, The Mall, Armagh, N. Ireland BT6l 9AU

Tel: 028 (NI & GB) / 048 (from Éire) 37525266

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Not a mercury free practice, but Philip McCarter is a mercury free dentist. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals including high volume suction, galvanometer, goggles and mask.

Bill McCollam & Russel McLean

6 High Street, Kilkenny, Éire

Tel: 05677 62329

Members of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Mercury free practice (since 1988). Safety protocols used for amalgam removals, including extensive copious rinsing, thorough cleaning with patience, high volume suction and galvanometer.

Ken Nicholson

91 Newforge Road, Magheralin, Co. Armagh, N. Ireland BT67 02W

Tel: 028 (NI & GB) / 048 (from Éire) 92617471

E-mail: nidic@btinternet.com

Mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals, including high volume suction and rubber dam.


Harry Torney

43 Albert Road, Glenageary, Co. Dublin, Éire

Tel: 01 2806717

Member of: British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry

Mercury free practice. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals, including high volume suction, rubber dam, galvanometer and biocompatibility testing (kinesiology).

Anne Wallace

David Reaney’s Dental Surgery, 28 Dungannon Street, Moy, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, N. Ireland BT71 7SH

Tel: 028 (NI & GB) / 048 (from Éire) 87784977

E-mail: annewallace2003@yahoo.com

Member of: International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology; British Homeopathic Dental Association; British Dental Acupuncture Society

Not a mercury free practice, but Anne Wallace is a holistic mercury free dentist. Safety protocols used for amalgam removals, including high volume suction, rubber dam or clean-up aspirator tips, safety goggles and alternative air supply through a nose piece. Tests done such as Kelmer and lymphocyte sensitivity. Nutritional advice given, with emphasis on organic wholefoods, and use of probiotics, magnesium, essential fatty acids, etc. Teeth extracted holistically, with thorough cleaning and homeopathics. Also tests for root canal toxicity, referring patients if needed to London for surgical cavitation (NICO lesion) cleaning. Homeopathy, acupuncture, Reiki, aromatherapy, music therapy and other therapies used.

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