I found an article that says metals in your mouth from cavity fillings can go into your saliva.So I guess the answer is Yes.
The people who wrote the article took samples of the cavity fillings to find out what metals were in them, and they took samples of saliva from people with and without cavity fillings. The people without cavity fillings had silver, chromium, copper, iron, nickel and zinc metal ions in their saliva. Metal ions are atoms of an element with a couple electrons taken away, so they have charges of +1 or +2 or +3. The people with cavity fillings had the same metal ions plus gold ions in their saliva, and most of those people had some metal ions from their fillings in their saliva. The amount of metal in the saliva was different at different times when saliva was taken. Best wishes,
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