Well, a light goes on you now?
Light bulbDas we have not known amalgam even there in energy saving lamps. It serves as an intermediate buffer for binding of the dangerous mercury. Without mercury can not burn an energy saving lamp. And when the lights go out, the dangerous mercury vapor is again trapped in the amalgam! Really? Do you know the regulations for the disposal of a broken energy saving lamp? So yet again secretly screwed one of the good old light bulbs? Or at least one of the expensive halogen bulbs on the ceiling? We certainly have these fears when amalgam in the mouth not because it is, after all, dangerous, or perhaps not?