Patient rinses with activated charcoal before the procedure starts. A dental dam is used for isolation of the tooth and to avoid contact of mercury particles with the surrounding oral tissues. Protective gowns & eyewear for the patient.
Nasal mask to deliver oxygen and to avoid inhalation of any mercury vapors. A saliva ejector is to be placed under the dental dam to reduce mercury exposure to the patient. Using copious amounts of water for irrigation, to reduce heat.
A conventional high-speed evacuation device to capture mercury particles that are discharged. Amalgam removal in larger chunks by sectioning them
Thorough rinsing of patients mouth with water & Charcoal once the removal is done.