If a person has severe decay, down to the nerve, and you can see soft, black material coating the cavity, will it be necessary to remove this black material before decay will arrest? If so, how can it be removed? Scraping would be very painful, and likely to inflame the dentin, right?
Can the cavity be sterilized, and render the black material harmless? Maybe tea-tree oil chewing gum placed into the cavity? Or ionic silver? Or a homeopathic remedy?
Are there cases of decay arresting and the black material simply hardening?
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