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I am very thankful to you for Cure Tooth Decay. I had a painful tooth that had a cavity that reached the nerve and i visited a few dentists hoping that they could patch it or provide me a solution that would not involve a root canal. All the dentists i went to insisted i needed a root canal and that if they just did a filling, the tooth will eventually die anyway. I was on the verge of using my last option - extraction. I then found a dentist who listened to my suggestion that the idea that the dentin could grow back was possible. So, she gave me a temporary filling just to appease me, although she did also insist a root canal is in order. That was 5 months ago ! The filling took away the pain and although the tooth was sensitive and i could not put chewing pressure on it, i was fine.

A few weeks ago, due to my snacking on a favourite sour food - tamarind -, i experienced a terrible tooth pain again. So bad that i could feel the tooth getting shaky. I told myself that this cannot happen now - i was so close to going to the dentist to extract the tooth, in desperation ...due to the extreme pain. I then remembered a remedy- fish oil and vit c. This alone was the magic pill. The pain subsided and a day later...completely no pain ! My tooth strengthened back and it's no longer shaky and achy...how wonderful!
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thanks
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Hi again ! An update to my tooth. It's getting stronger even with the temporary filling. I can chew on it now with very minimal discomfort. There is indeed an alternative to a root Canal!!
Note: I made sure to floss and had a mouthwash gargle after toothbrushing when I had the terrible toothache. Even when it hurt to floss a shaky tooth, I did it anyway...I also used a bee propolis mouth spray that had honey,peppermint oil, spearmint oil and mentol - liberally. The fish oil and vit c was a key component in the rapid healing. 2 days and my tooth stopped shaking and the pain completely gone. Just the sensitivity remained but what a difference it made! Without this remedy, I would have gone for a tooth extraction as my last option. This action saved my tooth. I am over the moon with happiness! there is a very real possibility that the dentin grew enough to cushion the nerve.
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When you mean fish oil and vitamin c - what kind of vitamin C?
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Brenda

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Any vitamin C will do. 1000mg.
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The best is Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C, search it on Amazon, that's where I get mine. This C does stop tooth pain and keeps it away and I've had a wobbly molar tighten up. Depending on your situation you may need to keep this C in your system, I usually take 3 packets in a day the first day, maybe 2 the second day, then just one a day after that. With me, if I run out of the C the pain will come back after maybe 2 weeks or more of not taking any, it seems to take that long for this C to leave your system. I've been through this several times, I get more C, start the routine and get total relief again. Now that I've found this book maybe I can resolve the situation permanently.
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The fact that you have a "wobbly" molar and Vitamin C gives you some temporary relief tells me you have periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is a bacterial infection of the bone and gums. The reason the tooth is mobile is because there is no healthy bone left around the tooth. Bacteria do not limit themselves to one tooth so your other teeth are being attacked by this bacteria as well. What you need is to have your pockets around your teeth debrided on a regular basis to limit the growth of these bacteria. This condition is not the same as a tooth ache caused by decay attacking the pulp.
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Wow, that's a really good advice. I loved it and would like to my patients as well to try it out. It seems to be an effective one. Thanks again.
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good question :)
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Will the dentin grow to cushion the nerve even if you did not get the tooth filled in?
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Yes, your dentin can grow back since your tooth is still living. The only reason you want o get it filled is to avoid the hassle of getting food stuck in the cavity everytime you eat. Sure, you can leave the cavity unfilled. The dentin will grow back once the proper remedial action is taken to provide good nutrition and dental hygiene. The healing will take place. This is my testimony. My temporary filling finally fell out and it was an awkward feeling the first time round but I got used to it and was amazed the tooth is still as solid and completely healed of pain and sensivity. No more pain eventhough the cavity is there and exposed without filling!
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A good Oregano oil applied to the tooth can also help GREATLY!! I've done this...put some oil on a cotton ball, place next to tooth, do this a few times a day...:):):)My favorite Oregano oil is from North American Herb & Spice.
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othersuncomic

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can someone answer my two questions?
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vitamin c is for imunsystem to help against inflamation of the gums. fishoil has essentiel fatty acids. The thierd question i not understand? there is diferent regrew stories. this verion with its testemonies is based on animal products. high in fatsoluble vitamins. Which remineralize teeth. its all in ramiels book. or google for western price book.on gutenberg australia. and you can read wsternprices work itself. Good Luck*
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I used a spray that has bee propolis, peppermint oil etc on my aching tooth. The combination of the 3 things I did - Vitamin C, Fish Oil and bee propolis spray did the magic of healing my toothache practically overnight!!!
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i think it can be done.
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Brenda

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Hi everyone,

Healing your tooth is easy. You just have to remove all doubts. You don't need fancy hi-tech medication or surgery to help heal your tooth. It's really very simple !
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I recently reversed the decay in three of my teeth, using mostly the protocols in Cure Tooth Decay. From my own experience, I feel that there are two important elements to reversing advanced tooth decay (meaning pain/ discomfort has already begun): 1) Using a safe, effective remedy for the pain. The main purpose of this, it must be remembered, is to buy yourself enough time to let the actual healing take place, which leads me to 2), Getting to the root causes of your tooth decay, and reversing it with proper nutrition. Try to reverse it without controlling the pain, and you may not last long enough to get results, and decide you need to get it drilled/filled/removed/etc. Rely only on the pain relievers, and you will not get around to actually curing it, it will continue to get worse, and again, you will have to resort to drilling/filling/pulling.

I had that problem the first time I had a cavity/tooth ache. I wanted to cure it naturally, but I didn't have enough complete knowledge to make it long enough, and ended up getting two pulled. A couple years later though-- a couple weeks ago -- I had three more very painful cavities. This time I had the knowledge and determination to see it through, and guess what -- after about a week on the diet, all three very painful cavities strengthened and have been pain free!

I have noticed that teeth seem to respond to different pain control attempts over time.For instance, when I had my first cavities, the only thing that would make the pain temporarily go away was ice or ice water. This recent time, I couldn't touch anything even slightly cold to my teeth. It seems that it is often worth trying several different things and see what works for you.

This past time, the most effective natural pain reliever was echinacia-goldenseal tincture, put directly on the teeth with a dropper.
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I forgot to mention, I have been documenting my teeth-healing journey at http://thriveholistics.wordpress.com/...
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Hi Jeff,

Thank you for telling us your thoughts and experience in healing your teeth.

I hope you will put up a new thread/ praise for your additional questions. In that way, other members may see your posts easily.



The answer is based in part upon the writing in the book, "Cure Tooth Decay."
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A little more about the book:
Forget about drilling, filling, and the inevitable billing. Your teeth can heal naturally because they were never designed to decay in the first place! They were designed to remain strong and healthy for your entire life. But the false promises of conventional dentistry have led us down the wrong path, leading to invasive surgical treatments that include fillings, crowns, root canals and dental implants.

Disclaimer About this Post: This material has been created solely for educational purposes. The author is not a dentist. The author is not engaged in giving medical / dental advice or services. Everything you try here is done at your own risk.
© Ramiel Nagel, 2011. All Rights Reserved.

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Additional Disclaimer. By following this guy's advice your smile and dentition could become maimed and disfigured, and you could possibly die.
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So, What has actually happened here is, the temporary filling has eugenol in it which calms down the nerve and stops the pain. The bacteria that were in your pulp tissue are still able to infect the bone. My guess would be the infection went into your bone and established a draining fistula. You would never know how much bone damage you have until you get an X ray. Of course you people would never get a dental X ray because you are convinced you would get cancer from a dental X ray that produces less radiation than an hour in the sun.
I sincerely hope there is an antibiotic that can control this infection when it goes septic. I also hope your infection does not start traveling in between the fascial layers of your skin. In upper teeth generally this infection will travel to the brain where on lower teeth it can travel along the neck compromising the airway or into the chest around the lungs and heart. Good luck with all that.

Saskia C Vaughan DDS general dentist
MAGD Master of the Academy of General Dentistry.
For more accurate information about your oral health visit www.knowyourteeth.com
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Nice to hear an opinion from a dentist.

I did get dental x-rays when I saw 3 different dentists on my search for a solution. All of them used the x-rays to point out that my cavity has gone deep enough to touch the nerve, so the only remedy is a ROOT CANAL.
They would not or could not understand why I wanted any other alternative.

Only one dentist agreed to put in a temporary filling - after I convinced her that my dentin could grow back. That gave her food for thought.

The filling has since fallen out after 5 months and now it's been a year since. My half a molar is still standing strong and painless. The dentin has grown back is supporting this half tooth. It's behaving like its a full tooth. I can chew on it just like the rest.

I have heard of glass inomer filling for pits and such but I haven't yet met a dentist in my country who even knows about this. Does anyone here know about this glass tech for filling teeth?
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hi Brenda
when you get your filling done, did the dentist place any steroid antiobiotic underneath it?

i foolishly went to the dentist after experiencing pain on my lower left molar which already had a deep filling which was close to the nerve.

They then said i would need Root Canal. They then opened it and placed some "Ledermix" steroid antiobiotic with cotton and covered it with a glass ionomer filling. They did not take out my nerves, just placed this antiobiotic onto it.

They are still expecting me to come in and complete a root canal.

Did you dentist do the same?
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Please DO NOT agree to a root canal. To know why this is important, research is available everywhere online. Mercola is a reliable source. If my tooth can heal without a root canal, so can yours. You do not want a DEAD TOOTH in your mouth. Root canal kills your tooth.
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Dr. Mark Manhart in Omaha, of The Calcium Therapy Institute has calcium materials that adults can use at home by themselves, and you can read about his non surgical treatment for root canals at his site. Combining the Cure Tooth Decay diet with the calcium materials makes a lot of sense if you are an adult (it seems children, with a small body, can have results from optimal nutrition faster that adults with decades of less than adequate nutrition)..
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It is great that your tooth has not yet been extracted. Good to know you have had success with all the treatments you did, be it home remedy or with the help of your dentist. Take good care of your teeth and follow a good regime of dental hygiene.As you have stated about fish oil, it is really very effective in toothache as it contain essential fatty acids that reduce inflammation and pain. It is therefore being suggested that having 2 or 3 capsules of a good quality fish oil each day reduces pain.
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I started feeling some tooth pain in a back tooth that has a large filling. So, I presume if I go to the dentist they will tell me I need a root canal. In the past week I have started oil pulling and changing my diet and taking the fermented cod liver oil and spring/summer butter supplements. I am also using crushed garlic every night to help relieve the pain (only comes at night). My question is...should I just go to the dentist and get this tooth fixed because it is too late for that particular tooth or is there really a chance that I might be able to fix this problem on my own. Which brings up another point, is using garlic ok? it really seems to work....thanks in advance