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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.