I remember around the age of mid-twenties or so, I was leaving the local dentist after a routine exam. I saw this chart (similar to this
Acids in Popular Sodas Erode Tooth Enamel) and it opened my eyes to realizing I was living this “revolving-door” lifestyle (e.g. eat sweets, get my teeth clean, eat sweets, get my teeth clean, etc..). This is years after graduating from college and starting to pay my own dental bills-“adult life”! I said to myself, “I can cut down on costs if I get to the root” (e.g. start eating healthier and cut down on my soda/pop intake). I eventually would eliminate “sugary” pop, juices, candies, etc.. in my diet years later when I was diagnosed borderline “pre-diabetic“.
Top 10 Causes of Tooth Decay, drgershberg.com
“…Improper Nutrition: Avoiding foods that are high in sugar, high in carbohydrates and high in acid is the best way to avoid tooth decay due to improper nutrition. Eating a healthy diet, which includes healthy foods and the avoidance of sugary acidic drinks is the way to go…”
Are There Alternatives to Fluoride to Prevent Cavities?? Posted on October 10, 2016 by DeliteDental delitedental.net
“..Other than fluoride, factors that affect the decay process include bacteria present in our mouths, exposed root surfaces that a weaker than the enamel covered portion of our teeth, diets high in sugar and processed foods, poor brushing and flossing, reduced salivary flow and deep grooves on chewing surfaces of our teeth…”++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
How to Reverse Cavities Naturally & Heal Tooth Decay draxe.com
“…According to the insights of Dr. Edward Mellanby, Dr. Weston Price and Ramiel Nagel, there are four main things that contribute to tooth decay: (3)
Lack of minerals in the diet (calcium deficiency, magnesium deficiency and phosphorus deficiency)
Lack of fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E and K, especially vitamin D deficiency)
Too much consumption of phytic acid-rich foods
Too much consumption of processed sugar..
2. Eliminate Phytic Acid
Phytic acid (phytate) is a mineral blocker and enzyme inhibitor found in grains, nuts, seeds and beans that can cause serious health problems in our diets. The main reason phytic acid has become an issue today is because we have stopped ancient food preparation techniques, such as sprouting or sourdough fermentation, which kills off the phytic acid….
3. Consume Raw Dairy and Nutrient-Rich Foods
Raw dairy is filled with the vitamins and minerals that contribute to a healthy dental fluid flow and help maintain strong teeth and promote oral wellness. Thus, it’s a great way to get cavity-free teeth. Loaded with calcium, vitamin K2, vitamin D3, magnesium,
….4. Use Mineralizing Toothpaste
First of all, I know it can get expensive, but there are several brands of fluoride-free toothpaste that you won’t have to pay a small fortune to get your hands on. Second, if you’re looking to save a buck or two and also want to remineralize your teeth in a particularly powerful way, try making your own Homemade Remineralizing Toothpaste:..”
Phytates and phytic acid. Here’s what you need to know. By Ryan Andrews precisionnutrition.com
‘..What is phytic acid?
Seeds — such as nuts, edible seeds, beans/legumes, and grains — store phosphorus as phytic acid. When phytic acid is bound to a mineral in the seed, it’s known as phytate.
The tables below compare various seed types according to their phytic acid/phytate content…”
Phytates and phytic acid precisionnutrition.com
“..When phytic acid binds minerals in the gut, it prevents the formation of free radicals, thus making it an antioxidant. Not only that, but it seems to bind heavy metals (e.g., cadmium, lead) helping to prevent their accumulation in the body..
To reduce the anti-nutrient effects of phytic acid in foods, try the following:
Soak, sprout, ferment, and cook plant foods.
Consume vitamin C-rich foods with meals that contain phytic acid. Dense source of vitamin C include guava, bell pepper, kiwi, oranges, grapefruit, strawberries, Brussels sprouts, cantaloupe, papaya, broccoli, sweet potato, pineapple, cauliflower, kale, lemon juice, and parsley…”
How to Treat Cavities Naturally and Reverse Tooth Decay
How To Heal Tooth Decay And Reverse Cavities Using This Easy Remedy
MY story: HOW I CURED MY CAVITIES NATURALLY!
😬 HERE IS HOW TO FILL CAVITIES WITHOUT GOING TO THE DENTIST!
Dr. Judene Benoit – How To Heal Cavities Naturally
Regrow your Teeth
Cure Cavities and Repair Tooth Decay Naturally – CURETOOTHDECAY.COM
“… Each ingredient is carefully selected for unique healing properties:
Evidence shows that Coconut oil is beneficial in improving gums and removing harmful bacteria in the mouth! .
Myrrh is an especially powerful herb for oral hygiene. It has strong anti-bacterial properties.
White Oak bark is a powerful astringent. It helps to tone and strengthen the gums.
Bentonite clay is full of minerals that help to restore enamel. It binds to and draws out toxins in the mouth, and it’s alkalinizing, too.
Licorice root has been scientifically proven to inhibit the specific strains of bacteria responsible for tooth decay, gingivitis and periodontal disease.
Equisetum is an herb with a very high silica content, which aids in remineralization.
Echinacea helps to activate the immune response in the mouth, keeping harmful bacteria at bay.
Turmeric root is traditionally used for whitening teeth.
The essential oils have amazing healing and cleansing benefits, including anti-microbial properties that keep your mouth healthy.
This is the ONLY chemical-free, pesticide-free, organic remineralizing toothpaste! ..”
Uncle Harry’s Fluoride Free Toothpaste – Peppermint (3 oz glass jar)
Uncle Harry’s Natural Products amazon.com
HOW TO CURE CAVITIES, from youtube.com
“This video is about how to cure cavities naturally. Visit us at http://preventingcavities.com. Like / Subscribe or Comment if you find this video extremely helpful. More healthy tips comping up in our next videos!..”
“organic remineralizing toothpaste”, from amazon.com
Home Remedies: Natural and Herbal Dental Care , motherearthnews.com
“…The Home Remedies column shares information on how to create your own household remedies, this issue covers natural and herbal dental care. ..”
Home remedies for all your oral health problems thehealthsite.com
“…If we didn’t have teeth, we couldn’t eat most of the stuff we enjoy and our ability to pronounce words clearly too would get affected. That said, you need to take care of it every day in order to maintain it. Brushing, flossing and using a mouthwash daily is extremely critical in order to maintain good oral hygiene. However, what you eat also determines the health of your teeth and there are several foods you can eat to beat oral health issues like tooth decay, bad breath, mouth ulcers, gum disease and yellow teeth.
You probably know the health benefits of banana. But did you know that the banana peel could possibly help your teeth sparkle too? Rub the white inside part a banana peel on your teeth. Leave it on for a couple of minutes and rinse. Banana peel is a good source of minerals like potassium, magnesium, calcium, etc. It’s a good antioxidant and is also rich in carbohydrates and fiber…
Vitamin C rich food items
Oranges, sweet lime, lemons, kiwis and all citrus fruits rich in the vitamin help in keeping the breath fresh. Vitamin C is known to fight bacteria.
When we crunch on to an apple, salivary secretion gets stimulated. This literally bathes the mouth and rinses out the odour generating bacteria in the mouth thereby making the breath fresh…
The Best and Worst Foods for Healthy Teeth By Sophia Breene greatist.com
Cavity Healed, Cracked Tooth Grew In, My Experience! ~~~Nancy
Holistic Dentistry- Heal Your Own Cavities, Root Canal Danger & Botanicals~ Nadine Artemis, H.C. #28
Dental Crowns webmd.com
“…is a tooth-shaped “cap” that is placed over a tooth — to cover the tooth to restore its shape and size, strength, and improve its appearance.
The crowns, when cemented into place, fully encase the entire visible portion of a tooth that lies at and above the gum line…”
What are the risks of getting a dental crown? sharecare.com
“..The risks associated with dental crown placement include risks that can happen with any dental procedure as well as risks that are specific to having a crown. These include:
infection of the gums or mouth
bleeding around the site of the crown placement
reactions to anesthesia used during the procedure
side effects of pain medicines used to control the pain after crown placement
tooth decay that develops under the crown if the crown is not fitted correctly to your tooth
needing the crown replaced because it chips, does not fit well, or has fallen out
Talk with your dentist about these risks as well as steps you can take to make your crown placement as risk-free as possible…”
Safer and Healthier Alternatives to Root Canals and Other Common, Yet Harmful, Tooth Restoration Techniques May 03, 2014 • 820,602 views articles.mercola.com
This Is the Risk of Leaving Mercury Fillings in Your Mouth!
“Should I Get My Amalgam Mercury Fillings Removed?’ -[Holistic Dentist Brisbane]
It was the Mercury fillings all along!!
How my fillings poisoned me: Steve’s story
-Gum Pain “Swollen”
*see Health: How to treat swollen gums? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
14 Home Remedies for Swollen Gums
Posted by: Sara in Home Remedies May 26, 2015 rapidhomeremedies.com/
50 Useful Home Remedies to Get Rid of Gum Ache Health Hacks Jun 3, 2015 homeremedyhacks.com
Gum Pain Home Remedies myhomeremedies.com
How to Reverse Tooth Decay and Gum Disease Naturally
Coconut Oil Pulling Benefits and How to Do Oil Pulling
How To Remove Plaque Without Going To The Dentist 2016
How to Remineralize Teeth Naturally, wellnessmama.com
“…The group consuming phytic acid with no supplemental vitamin D continued to get cavities with little to no healing. The group that just supplemented Vitamin D showed some healing, but also got some new cavities. The group consuming no phytic acid and supplementing Vitamin D showed very few new cavities and actually had many existing cavities heal! (Good reason to cut back on the grains , eat good fats, and optimize Vitamin D!)..
Fermented Cod Liver Oil and Butter Blend– Green Pastures makes this as a Butter Oil/Fermented Cod Liver Oil blend. I prefer the combination in capsules or there is a liquid version (tastes terrible). This is one of the main supplements recommended by Dr. Price from his research…”
Sal: I take this almost every morning after breakfast and swish it around my teeth.
If You Have Cavities Or Root Canals You NEED To Hear This!
*side effects of removing
*see Chemicals to Avoid that’s Causing Negative Health Effects, which is different from Health: Nutrition-Micronutrients Pt. 4~Vitamins=Trace Minerals
Scientific Facts on Fluoride – GreenFacts .greenfacts.org
Why You Should Avoid Fluoride, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and triclosan blissfulmiss.com
Why I Would Never Use Fluoride Toothpaste Again evolvingwellness.com
“…The Dangers of Fluoride
While a lot of people think that fluoride prevents tooth decay, most of us don’t realize that fluoride can actually cause a type of tooth decay called dental fluorosis – most commonly observed in children.
Harmful effects of fluoride have also been linked to osteoporosis, thyroid problems, endocrine problems and cancers, just to name a few. There are many studies that support these probable links available out there. We can dedicate several articles alone to how the presence of fluoride in our lives contributes to each of these.
When it comes to thyroid disruption, this seems ..”
6 Reasons to Start Using Coconut Oil as Toothpaste
April 25, 2015 articles.mercola.com
“..They found that enzyme-modified coconut oil strongly inhibits the growth of most strains of Streptococcus bacteria, including Streptococcus mutans, an acid-producing bacterium that is a major cause of tooth decay.1 It is thought that the breaking down of the fatty coconut oil by the enzymes turns it into acids, which are toxic to certain bacteria.2 Chief researcher Dr. Damien Brady said:..
Fluoride is another common chemical in conventional toothpaste. Fluoride is a toxic industrial waste product that is a poison to your body even in trace amounts…..
In fact, research has shown that it is not uncommon for young children to swallow more fluoride from toothpaste alone than is recommended as an entire day’s ingestion from all sources.15 Swallowing fluoride, as is the case with fluoridated drinking water, is especially detrimental to your health, as the science clearly demonstrates that fluoride is a toxic chemical that accumulates in your tissues over time, wreaks havoc with enzymes, and produces a number of serious adverse health effects, including neurological and endocrine dysfunction.
Children are particularly at risk for adverse effects of overexposure. If you have a young child, therefore, it’s recommended that you use a non-fluoride toothpaste, although I recommend the same for adults as well…”
Heal Cavities, Gum Disease, Naturally with Organic Oral Care – Toothpaste recipes included October 22, 2014 by Allene Edwards organiclifestylemagazine.com
Redmond Trading Company Earthpaste™ Toothpaste Lemon Twist — 4 oz vitacost.com
Pacific Resources Phyto Shield® Botanical Oral Care Toothpaste Unflavored — 3.5 oz vitacost.com
Chemical-Free* and Does Not Contain Parabens, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate, Added Fluoride, Sugar and Artificial Sweeteners
Combined Natural Anti-Plaque & Superior Cleansing Properties of Totarol™ and Xylitol
Low Foaming with Mild Herbal Mint Flavour
Suitable for Children, Vegans and Vegetarians
No Tested on Animals
*No Petrochemicals and Chemical Bleach
100% Naturally New Zealand..”
Theodent: New “Fluoride Free” Chocolate Toothpaste
“..The race to become the most expensive in the world is always on, with companies introducing care products to the next level of luxury. Theodent 300 is one of the most expensive toothpastes around priced at $100. This toothpaste is filled with a blend of minerals and the brands proprietary ingredient Rennou™, a naturally-occurring extract found in cocoa bean, a patented ingredient discovered by Dr. Tetsuo Nakamoto. The company claims that this toothpaste is able to strengthen enamel and make teeth healthier. Please visit the Theodent website to learn more or purchase your own…”
#rennou #mineralizing #toothpaste #nonflouride
‘Chocolate-Based’ Toothpaste Remineralizes Enamel
“..The study evaluated the enamel-strengthening potential of Theodent (Theodent) toothpaste containing the patented compound Rennou (Theodent). The active ingredient of Rennou is theobromine, a compound that is prominent in chocolate; it also contains calcium and phosphate. Thoedent does not contain fluoride…”
In addition, Dr. Romaine noted that the “movement for a more natural product” by consumers indicates there is a market for a non-fluoride-containing product. “The ADA has been big believer in fluoride, and it seems to have been helpful in many communities, but in the current culture, people are interested in reaching out for more natural products,” she pointed out…”
The academic research behind Theodent was first conducted in the 1980s by Dr. Tetsuo Nakamoto, a co-founder of the company and a professor at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. He studied the effects of nutritional constituents on pre-natal teeth. In collaboration with Professors Alexander Falster and William Simmons, experts in analytical geology, Nakamoto found that dark chocolate without the fat and sugar helps prevent the development of caries in its early stages. They discovered that enamel remineralization occurs due to its theobromine constituent, a cocoa extract similar in structure to caffeine, effective in fighting cavities and strengthening tooth enamel. The finding caused extensive researches and led to the creation of Rennou revolutionary formula, the active ingredient of Theodent toothpaste.”
$15 for kids
$100 Toothpaste: A Review intothegloss.com
“..All Theodent products contain the compound but Theodent 300 has more of it. In other words, you’re paying for a large dose of a proprietary secret ingredient. Anyone who read Charlie and the Chocolate Factory can understand the magnetism of such a product, with its combination of mystery, magic, opulence, and chocolate. ..”
Your Dental-Filling Options By Edmond Hewlett, D.D.S. National Spokesperson and Consumer Advisor for the American Dental Association. Posted on 3/27/2013 | By Edmond Hewlett, D.D.S. doctoroz.com
“..When treating a cavity, your dentist will take many things into account, including:
Your oral-health history
The size and location of the cavity
Your preference in materials (i.e. composite resins, amalgam, etc.)
There are also other considerations, such as:
How will this filling look in your mouth?
How long will it last?
What will your insurance cover?
For my own patients, I usually start the conversation by explaining the different filling options available.
Some common dental-filling options include: ..”
The Dangers of Dental Amalgam (Mercury Poisoning Side … – YouTube
10 Signs Your Natural Dentist is Truly Holistic by Sarah Updated: January 25, 2018 thehealthyhomeeconomist.com
“..The most important rule for selecting a natural dentist is not taking the dentist’s word for it!
Prepare a list of questions beforehand and insist on a consultation one on one with the dentist or at the very least, (nicely) grilling the receptionist before agreeing to any treatment for yourself or your children. Once you’ve found a natural dentist that seems promising, here are a few things to check off the list before deciding that your natural dentist is well and truly holistic.
#1: Natural Dentists Don’t Use Amalgam Fillings..”
Alternatives to Mercury Amalgam Fillings iaomt.org
“..Alternatives to amalgam include composite resin, glass ionomer, porcelain, and gold, among other options. Most consumers choose direct composite fillings because the white coloring matches the tooth better and the cost is considered moderate…”
What are the alternatives to getting a silver dental filling? sharecare.com
Dr. Gingers Coconut Oil Pulling & Whitening Mouthwash (All Natural, No Sugar, No Fluoride, No Artificial Flavors or Sweeteners) Dr. Gingers Healthcare Products amazon.com
“..Our mouthwash combines the ancient and proven practice of oil pulling with modern, dentist-recommended ingredients to make Dr. Ginger’s effective, easy, and fun to use. Dr. Ginger’s Coconut Oil Mouthwash never solidifies or clogs your drain, and has a unique and tasty coconut-mint flavor. Just swish our mouthwash for 2 minutes for a healthier, happier smile…”
*told to by Emily (Nursing practitioner major at Boston U.)
Veneers and the 10 most common mistakes dentaleconomics.com
Got any other questions, suggestions, feedback, etc.. on any of the content above? I’m still searching for more credible sites on why fluoride isn’t good for you and what are the “best” healthier effective alternatives. However, the best is “preventive” measures, which starts a “healthier” lifestyle. What are you doing? Would love to hear your tips to help others out there looking for similar solutions on this topic…
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