I heard that Health Canada is planning to ban bisphenol A and declare it a toxic substance. Isn't it just a matter or time until dentists will have to stop using it?

Author: Mock Webware |

The media reports leading up to the release of Health Canada’s report confused the issue. Only baby bottles and infant formula cans are being considered for restrictions – following a consultation period. Restrictions on dental use are not being considered because they are not warranted. The researchers concluded that the exposure from dental materials is so small, it does not warrant any further regulations.