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International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) is a non-profit organization that campaigns against the use of mercury in dental amalgam and promote safe and healthy dental practices among dentists & dental practitioners.

IAOMT Philippines is one of the fourteen affiliated countries of International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology in the US, a research and advocacy group chiefly composed of academics, dental health professionals and scientists working to educate the public and decision-makers on the dangers of mercury fillings.

IAOMT PH News

IAOMT Presents Award To IAOMT-Phils' Dr Lillian Ebuen

13 Sep 2017

IAOMT Presents Award To IAOMT-Phils' Dr Lillian Ebuen

Las Vegas, NV (10 September 2017) - Dr. Lillian Lasaten-Ebuen, President and Executive Director of the International Association of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) - Philippines was awarded today with the Dr Stephen Koral plaque of recognition by IAOMT International. The award is also the first to be given to an international chapter of IAOMT. "It's unexpected. I am overwhelmed."€, exclaims Dr Ebuen. "It's a great honor to be praised by an organization that I highly respect.€ The award acknowledges and appreciates Dr. Ebuen's dedication in bringing the issue of dental amalgam toxicity to the public eye. Since establishing IAOMT-Philippines in 2008,... Read more

Be SMART

11 Aug 2017

Be SMART

Like handling and placing amalgam fillings, dental amalgam removal is risky. Without the proper protocols, mercury is released to the environment through vapour emissions and microscopic dental amalgam debris. The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) has set guidelines for its safe removal. Known as SMART (Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique) protects the dentist, staff, patient, and environment from mercury exposure. For more details, check out IAOMT's information page on SMART. Read more

World Will Be Two Steps Closer To Abating Mercury Damage

14 Jul 2017

CHAMPIONSGATE, Fla., July 12, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- This summer, the world is taking two essential steps toward abating the damage caused by dental mercury fillings. Actions by both the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to restrict the use of dental mercury are being commended by the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT), a network of dentists, scientists, and other professionals. They have been researching the deleterious effects of dental mercury since 1984 and began calling for a complete ban on mercury fillings in 1985. The EPA utilized measures in the Clean Water... Read more

 

You Put What In My Mouth?

YOU PUT WHAT IN MY MOUTH? documents the lives of 3 people as they struggle to inform the federal government and public of dentists' disregard for manufacturer warnings and occupational safety regulations during the placement, polishing and removal of mercury dental fillings. This disregard shields dentists from being aware of the devastating effects of dental mercury exposure to their patients, staff, and the environment.

         

Smoking Teeth = Poison Gas

The dramatic video titled Smoking Teeth = Poison Gas has had a tremendous impact on both the public and professional audiences.The full version plays 40 minutes with interviews of experts in the fields of mercury toxicology, environmental medicine, politics and dentistry


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