Root Canal Surgy? Extraction? or what else is there??

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03 May 2012 18:48 #16741 by boonpaw
I have used MMS for several years now and thank God for the way it has given me a quality of life over Sinus Infections. I use to go to a Doctor as many as 6 times a year for antibotics. MMS takes care of my sinus problems. I now have a Tooth that my says must be extracted or do a Root Canal Surgery on. The net is full of negative on root canal Surgery. Is there any other option out there and which one is better? thanks in advance
I don't see much about other choices. I had to start a round of antboitics as the MMS wasn't fast enough to get the pain out of the way. I am better but need to do something. Extract, Root Canal surgery or what else is out there?? Thanks George

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03 May 2012 19:44 #16744 by Leslie
Hi George,

I'm sorry you're having to deal with this. My husband is facing similar dental issues and using MMS with some good success. Infection has cleared and a couple teeth that were a bit wiggly have tightened.

I also want to pass on to you is that I have had debilitating sinus infections 2-3x a year for a decade. For years I used a netti pot and would just ride it- painful. A few years ago we found MMS, which I took as soon as I'd feel one coming and it helped greatly! Infection would be gone in a day or two, depending on how long it took me to get to the MMS.

Last year I mostly stopped consuming dairy (we joke that I'm not a vegetarian but a dairetarian) and I haven't even had a hint of a sinus problem since.

I wish you well!!
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03 May 2012 20:02 #16746 by boonpaw
Leslie,

Thanks for the report. I too have been off milk products for years. The largest challenge is house hold dust and out door mold spores in grass and such.
Praise the lord for MMS . I too have found as you have that a neti pot works well. I sometimes use CDS or MMS in a neti pot if the sinus seem to be heading to infection. This is my first post and have already gotten reply in an hour. What a forum!! Great.

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03 May 2012 21:17 #16748 by pam
Boonpaw, welcome! JH had a video out (since removed for a small correction) on using MMS and DMSO for mouth issues. Believe me, I wish I had known about it BEFORE I did my root canal, LOL. I think I might have saved over 8 years of discomfort. However, no crying over spilt milk.

Let me see if I can get the protocol, or if someone can give it to us.

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03 May 2012 22:41 #16756 by boonpaw
Hi Pam, I have seen you around the forum. I appreciate your knowledge and hope to take some courses in the near future.

Are you saying a decayed tooth that has decay near the nerve has hope of recovering?? I have MMS CDS and DMSO. I have seen

some testimony of using MMS and DMSO , but did not ever hear of the results . I am taking Amoxicillin as I was treating I sinus problem with

CDS and then found out from JH updated video that I needed a stronger CDS (1ml =3 drops of MMS and 3 drops of Citric acid 50%)

I have been taking CDS as my system does not tolerate the acid as well. I now know that I need the test strips and will have them in a few day from
Amazon.

It would be great if there was hope of saving the tooth. I don't know how it would render or kill the decay, but if it can I will give it a try.

If you find the protocol please let me know. I can still cancel my Monday appointment for extraction by tomorrow. I am 68 Yr. old and I know as we

get older the teeth problems get worse.

George

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04 May 2012 00:07 #16757 by pam
George, I've emailed JH (and that means any number of people could answer) -

Let's see what comes - may take a couple of days to get an answer - I didn't ask specifically about recovering damaged teeth - just about the tooth protocol.

if it would kill the decay, am not sure if it will "regrow" the decayed area -

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04 May 2012 00:33 #16758 by kevink
Hi George,

If you really have to have dental work opt for a dentist that does laser work. Hopefully you won't need it anyway because MMS will kill the infection as well as the sinus issues.

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04 May 2012 04:29 #16768 by suzie queue
I had chronic infected sinuses for several years and found out it was all dental related. I had all my amalgam (silver/mercury) fillings removed and replaced with the white epoxy type, which were leaking mercury into my brain and also my face was going numb and actually drooping on one side. I had all my crowns replaced (3). If it hadn't been for discovering Dr. Hulda Clark's book, The Cure for all Diseases, I wouldn't have known what was wrong. I thought I was having a stroke - actually went to the hospital emergency room and had MRI done. No stroke. As soon as the old crowns came off and new fillings in, I started healing. No problems since. Then I went on MMS and started using it internally and as a mouth wash. Pull that baby. NO ROOT CANALS! Dr. Clark says it's a dead tooth and you are forcing the body to keep a dead member. We don't do that with any other dead member of our body, so of course you are going to have more problems trying to keep the thing. Get an implant if it is in a front area and mars your looks - it will be worth the money (they cost around $1500 in my area of the mid-east). Good luck.
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04 May 2012 14:03 #16793 by boonpaw
:cheer: Thanks to all who have responded. My decay is between #32 and #31 tooth. I am applying CDS at a 700 PPM rate (low) as JH say it should be about 3000 PPM. I did not get in on the updated vidio about CDS untill a few days ago. My solution of CDS was low do to the fact that I did not use a disffuser, and did not know what the norm was. Anyway, I am leaning toward extraction as it is known that 20% or more of all root canals worked on fail. Who knows if one will be in that percentage. If it was an upper tooth it would be an easy choice as sinuses can be Punctured and sinus problems high on the list of those having an upper tooth root canal done.. I am going to look into the laser option today but with the nerve being effected I don't know how one would keep the nerve from damage and death to the nerve. There are several Doc's in Little Rock, about 60 miles from where I live and I'll give them a call.

I appreicate this forum so much. We all that have been on the receiving end owe much to give back to othere who have needs

George ..Boonpaw
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