What can you do to avoid Dental Cavitations?
1. Be aware of any jaw pain
Dental cavitations can happen with no signs or pain. Although sometimes you can feel achy, stiff, or pain around the jaw. Make sure you attend to the pain. Pain can be a sign that the bacteria has built up for long periods of time and there could be a serious condition.
2. If you have had oral surgery recently
If you have have any root canals and amalgams, talk with an biological dentist about getting checked for dental cavitations. They typically will offer natural treatments such as ozone, Vitamin C IV's, probiotics and homeopathic remedies. Some cavitations do require dental surgery to clean out the dead and infected tissue in the bone.
3. Daily oral health
Oil pulling, using key essential oils, brushing and especially flossing daily are simple ways that you can begin to heal and sterilize your oral cavity on a daily basis.
4. Use a Hydro Floss Irrigator every day.
Clinical studies show that the Hydro Floss® oral irrigator is 44% more effective than non-magnetic oral irrigators at reducing plaque and calculus.
Taking care of your dental health through root canals, periodontal disease and amalgam fillings are an important part of your breast health and overall well being.
To learn more about the damage root canals can have on your health I suggest reading "Root Canal Cover-Up" by George E. Meinig and "Cure Tooth Decay" by Ramiel Nagel.
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