Copper Toxicity from Permanent Retainer (Dental Materials): A Case Report

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This is a case where a copper permanent retainer was causing a dry, flaky, itchy skin rash on the face. The elevated copper level was discovered using Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA). To learn more about HTMA, click here:

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