Bisphenol A (BPA)

This chemical substance is considered a hazardous chemical. Because it acts like the hormone estrogen, BPA is considered a risk factor for animal and human reproduction and has been associated with reproductive disorders in humans and animals.

Due to processing and recycling of BPA-containing products, the chemical can be detected in water. Because BPA can leach from products, absorption can lead to detection in blood and urine samples.

Bisphenol A in Children's Dentistry

"Dental sealants and composite filling materials containing Bisphenol A (BPA) derivatives are increasingly used in childhood dentistry. Evidence is accumulating that BPA and some BPA derivative can pose health risks attributable to their endocrine-disrupting properties."

Excerpt from article published in Paediatrics 2010.

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Comment from Dr. Louis Niestegge,, Bonn
"It must be mentioned that bisphenol A is also present in almost all dental plastics, which means that there is an immunotoxic problem in addition to the toxicological problem. The estrogen effect of BPA released from dental fillings is described in the literature."
Information from the GZM (Society for Holistic Dentistry).



Needed Material: 3-5ml Whole Blood


Needed Material: 5-7ml Urine


Needed Material: 3ml Saliva


Needed Material: 5-7ml Water

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