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Why not have a DENTAL CARE section ?

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 Posted 7/30/2014 9:51:53 AM
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We ALL have to deal with dental problems. I put off seeing a dentist for about 5 years and I knew I needed some fillings, but learned I seem to have more serious problems. Talk about expensive. If you want to get rich become a dentist.   ...Oscar

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 Posted 7/30/2014 9:54:41 AM
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You are welcome to start a thread under Other Health Conditions.

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Dental care is more important than most people think.  I am currently getting all the 'metal', amalgams and crowns, along with the root canal teeth out of my mouth.  The leaching of mercury, nickel, etc., as well as the negative galvanic effect on the body is not healthy, and contributes to many modern day health issues.  My dentist has written a few books on the subject, and testified before congress on the fluoride and mercury issues.  This is his website; http://www.donaldrobbinsdmd.com/ .  Taking chelating nutrients like selenium, vitamin C, NAC, glutathione, etc. is important to detoxify these metals out of the body.  There should be more talk about dental, and yes Oscar, you are right, it is expensive, I am spending $20K to get my work done, but it is more important to me at my age than another sports car!  Check out his site.
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I agree, Oscar, I just had to have two crowns put in (after the crown lengthening procedure was done), and the total cost was almost $6000.  I still haven't seen a check from my insurance company yet.....





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I agree, Oscar, I just had to have two crowns put in (after the crown lengthening procedure was done), and the total cost was almost $6000.  I still haven't seen a check from my insurance company yet.....







Dear Trans, Gee, I think your dentist is charging a lot more than most. The last time I had a tooth capped it cost about $1,000. I go with the gold caps as opposed to the porceline caps. The gold caps cost less and seem more durable to me. I have gold caps that I had done more than 40 years ago that are still perfectly good. I had two porcellin caps and one did crack. What are your thoughts on gold caps ? I have been under the impression that gold is totally unreactive except under extreme conditions. It takes an extremely powerful acid known as " aqua regina " to dissolve gold. What are your thoughts on gold caps ? I think I will be having two teeth capped in the near future. Regards,   ...Oscar
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Zirconium is the latest offered by my dentist.

Since this is turning into an informational thread it is being moved.


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Zirconium is the latest offered by my dentist.

Since this is turning into an informational thread it is being moved.


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I agree with Oscar, the teeth are vitally important and should be included in a forum section.




Teeth get micro-cracks and are than invaded by bacteria. This colony of bacteria in Your teeth are constantly poisoning you.

Chewing and saliva is the first step in digestion.




You are suppose to salivate your food. A lot of people wolf down their food, instead of giving the saliva a chance to

work it's magic in destroying bacteria, viruses and other microbes.




Saliva should be in contact with all the area of the food before swallowing.

Well chewed and salivated food will save many people from the life threatening food poisoning that is happening more frequently

around the country.




Flossing daily will extend your life. You can also kill bacteria by brushing your teeth with a Borax solution. Two tablespoonful to

a one gallon jug distilled water. Better than just hydrogen peroxide or diluted bleach.

Borax molecule is small and gets into those teeth cracks. Borax (40-mule team) is a pure soap that your grand-ma use to count on to disinfect

the cloth diapers. It is anti-fungal, anti-viral and the original anti-bacterial soap.Do Not use the tri-closon cancer causing chemical bomb that they

are pushing in this modern times. Borax is safe enough to eat, but I don't recommend that. Also, Borax is more effective than bleach at getting

rid of the mold that attacks walls, and baseboards in the house. Some people need a separate insurance rider for the mold that could damage

the whole house.
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OT, borax gets rid of fleas or cockroaches when swept across floors in small amounts.

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I have not heard of the zircon crowns.  My dentist uses porcelain crowns and porcelain implants, which over the past ten years has shown to be just as durable as metal, in fact, porcelain is very compatable with the body since it is a non-metal compound.  As far as borax, I have brushed my teeth with borax but wasn't sure of the right solution to use.  Many people are consuming borax for health reasons, just go on Earth Clinic's website and see what people are using it for, it is a natural mineral, sodium tetraborate and nothing else.  Also, search Walter Last and he has an article of the uses of borax.  Many people either don't know of borax, or they fear using it just like iodine (check out Dr. Brownstein and Abrahms), but both are used theraputically for alleviating chronic conditions. 
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