Heavy metals are elements found in nature that accumulate in the environment mainly due to human activities. In Daily life we expose ourselves to types of Heavy metals. An example is lead in hair dye, Cadmium from cigarette, Mercury in fish etc. All these heavy metal accumulate in our body and cause toxic effects that affect health and well-being.

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Toxic heavy metals have the ability to cause a pro-oxidant/antioxidant imbalance through the direct generation of free radicals. Excessive free radicals production can induce an inflammatory response.

These result in:

  • DNA damage, impaired DNA repair, Cell death , Cancer.

  • Cell damage

  • Inactivation of the enzyme proteins.

  • Interfere protein to function properly.

  • Protein aggregation.


Toxic heavy metal sources

Heavy metals can enter your body in different ways. You might consume them in the food you eat or absorb them through your skin, for example. Here’s how you might be exposed to various heavy metals. Keep in mind that heavy metal poisoning occurs with heavy or frequent exposure, usually over a long period of time. 

Arsenic : ingesting insecticides, pesticides

Cadmium : inhaling cigarette smoke

Lead : applying progressive hair dyes

Mercury : contaminated fish or water , Amalgam dental filler 

Aluminium : Food contamination during the culinary process

Three more European countries are phasing out the use of amalgam—which is 50 per cent mercury—in dental surgeries.They join Sweden and Norway in banning amalgam, which has been linked to neurological and kidney problems. 

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You can expose to toxic heavy metal through food and daily life chemical.

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Heavy metal detox


Heavy metal detox is a method for removing heavy metals, such as mercury or lead from blood. It’s one of the standard treatments for many types of metal poisoning. It involves injecting/oral medication called a chelator or chelating agent. Chelators work by binding to metals in the bloodstream. In this way, chelators collect all the heavy metals into a compound that’s filtered through the kidneys and released in pee.




How is it beneficial?

In the removal of toxic heavy metal, our cellular detoxification program can improve blood flow and cellular function, and this achievement would explain the overall improvement seen in patients for many chronic condition such as Diabetes, Atherosclerosis heart disease , Auto-immune disorder, Multiple chemical sensitivity , Cardiac arrhythmia etc.

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Remove toxic heavy metal and replenish anti-oxidant and mineral at the same time.

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Doctor prescribe medication for home use heavy metal detoxification by oral medication 

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Remove toxin

Toxic heavy metal are considered as the strongest oxidative stress damage to body 

Heart health 

chronic arsenic exposure has been linked to cardiovascular disease

Prevent cancer

heavy metal exposure  increases the risk of cancers including kidney, lung, liver, skin, etc.


heavy metal exposure damages multi-system such as the nervous, heart , kidney .

Revival Clinic

  • Our medical doctor Takecare every case in every step ‍

  • Imported medication from an official retailer for long-term safety

  • Same sanitary standard with the hospital with the minimal price

  • Price transparency: there is no hidden cost, no hard sale, no sale agent in our clinic

  • We are specialists in international care. The doctor and staffs speak English fluently.

  • Professional opinion: Your benefit, your long-term safety, your privacy are our top priorities.

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Doctor Chontirot Srikasedsarakul is a specialist in Dermatology and Aesthetics. She graduated as a doctor of medicine from Chulalongkorn University in 2008.

Always seeking to expand her knowledge she has furthered her studies attaining a Diploma in Dermatology and Dermatosurgery from the Skin Institute of Thailand and receiving a Diplomate certification from the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine. Extending her understand of skin she completed a Certificate in Primary Skin Care, Cancer Medicine from the University of Queensland, Australia.

Although her primary focus has always been the skin she did not ignore complementary fields, for example, studying hair loss and hair transplant in a Fellowship in Hair Restoration program and most recently has been awarded a Genetics and Genomics Certificate from Stanford University.

"I am committed to every patient and devoted to every procedure. My staff and I are dedicated to delivering the best results and service to our clients. Our client’s satisfaction is a reflection of our success and this is why we strive to deliver the very best experience!"

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