|Posted on Wednesday, October 17, 2001 - 04:15 pm: |
I'm here to say that it is not necessary to put anything back into our 'battered' teeth. I can tell you from my own experience that it may be an option for some people.
I was extremely ill when I had the amalgams in 14 teeth removed. There were questions as to whether I was allergic to the alternatives. Therefore, I came home to detox and consider the replacements upon feeling better. That was 4 years ago. The sensitivity lasted up to 3 weeks. What's left of my teeth is healthy and 'flowing' according to a dentist who practices the Dr Clark protocol. My gums are healthy, I have no pain in my teeth and I eat what I want. Eating is slower for me because I have less chewing platform, but all in all I am pleased that I waited. The newer alternatives are better and technology will undoubtedly eventually produce one that I can tolerate.
I make my own tooth powder with non-aluminum baking soda, oregano oil, peppermint oil. I use food-grade h2o2 for rinsing and I keep my toothbrush in the same fluid.
|Posted on Wednesday, October 17, 2001 - 11:03 pm: |
This is very interesting. I have been making various toothpowders using dolomite or finely powdered pearls. Teeth will gradually remineralize if persistent and you seem to be persistent.
I also use a little bit of bloodroot, excellent for periodontal conditions, some myrrh, a very little bit of cloves, and sometimes some horsetail or aloe gel or colloidal silver. Many variations are possible, and this is very encouraging to those who are as motivated as you find alternatives.
Keep us posted.