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Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby Poweredbythesun » Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:40 pm

Hello,

I've had the bad habit of neglecting my teeth for years now, and it's been 3 years since I was able to go to the dentist. Despite this I have had few, if any problems regarding my teeth in my life thus far.

However. The last time I went, the dentist drilled a 3-4 millimeter wide hole in one of my front canines and simply said "We're going to take care of that next visit" This hole has not changed much in these past 3 years surprisingly, despite my neglect.

I am looking for some advice on healing my tooth, and forming a proper brushing / cleaning routine for my teeth. From what I understand a sun square would work well for healing my teeth, and coconut oil with baking soda works as a DIY toothpaste while I find a safe toothpaste to use.

Does anyone have any advice on this matter? I should have started looking after my health years ago, but I'm thankful nothing much has changed.


Also, as a side note; I will be getting dental insurance again soon, this is great news. Especially since my bottom wisdom teeth are just starting to come in.


Thank you all! :)

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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby HPS Shannon » Sat Sep 08, 2018 5:42 pm

Poweredbythesun wrote:Hello,

I've had the bad habit of neglecting my teeth for years now, and it's been 3 years since I was able to go to the dentist. Despite this I have had few, if any problems regarding my teeth in my life thus far.

However. The last time I went, the dentist drilled a 3-4 millimeter wide hole in one of my front canines and simply said "We're going to take care of that next visit" This hole has not changed much in these past 3 years surprisingly, despite my neglect.

I am looking for some advice on healing my tooth, and forming a proper brushing / cleaning routine for my teeth. From what I understand a sun square would work well for healing my teeth, and coconut oil with baking soda works as a DIY toothpaste while I find a safe toothpaste to use.

Does anyone have any advice on this matter? I should have started looking after my health years ago, but I'm thankful nothing much has changed.


Also, as a side note; I will be getting dental insurance again soon, this is great news. Especially since my bottom wisdom teeth are just starting to come in.


Thank you all! :)

Ave Satanas!!!!



Hello.

One thing many people neglect when it comes to dental health is remineralization. You need more than a good brushing regimen and oil pulling. The bones of the body are made of many minerals and cavities can be healed and or prevented with proper nutrition.

Calcium, boron, magnesium, manganese and Vitamin D are good starts.

Because our food system has changed over time, our food has lost their nutrient density. Just look out how human bone structure has changed over time, minerals are needed for proper development and genetic structure.

One company that I buy my supplements from has a formula for bone health. I don't know your financial situation but I can list it if you are interested. If not, there are other things you can tale that is less expensive.

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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby Poweredbythesun » Sat Sep 08, 2018 5:53 pm

HPS Shannon wrote:
Poweredbythesun wrote:Hello,

I've had the bad habit of neglecting my teeth for years now, and it's been 3 years since I was able to go to the dentist. Despite this I have had few, if any problems regarding my teeth in my life thus far.

However. The last time I went, the dentist drilled a 3-4 millimeter wide hole in one of my front canines and simply said "We're going to take care of that next visit" This hole has not changed much in these past 3 years surprisingly, despite my neglect.

I am looking for some advice on healing my tooth, and forming a proper brushing / cleaning routine for my teeth. From what I understand a sun square would work well for healing my teeth, and coconut oil with baking soda works as a DIY toothpaste while I find a safe toothpaste to use.

Does anyone have any advice on this matter? I should have started looking after my health years ago, but I'm thankful nothing much has changed.


Also, as a side note; I will be getting dental insurance again soon, this is great news. Especially since my bottom wisdom teeth are just starting to come in.


Thank you all! :)

Ave Satanas!!!!



Hello.

One thing many people neglect when it comes to dental health is remineralization. You need more than a good brushing regimen and oil pulling. The bones of the body are made of many minerals and cavities can be healed and or prevented with proper nutrition.

Calcium, boron, magnesium, manganese and Vitamin D are good starts.

Because our food system has changed over time, our food has lost their nutrient density. Just look out how human bone structure has changed over time, minerals are needed for proper development and genetic structure.

One company that I buy my supplements from has a formula for bone health. I don't know your financial situation but I can list it if you are interested. If not, there are other things you can tale that is less expensive.


Ahh, I hadn't quite thought about remineralization. I have been starting to look after my overall health more though

Currently I am in the process of saving up for a vehicle, but should be getting a substantial pay raise soon. As well, I have cut back my caffeine intake to a single slow release pill (for only when I need it). This will hopefully help in the remineralization of my bones and teeth, as caffeine inhibits the absorption of Vitamin D

Thank you HPS Shannon :)
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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby Poweredbythesun » Thu Sep 20, 2018 12:19 am

Planned on doing a Sun square last Sunday to help with my teeth, but didn't :/ (And probably a good thing too)

What's the supplement you were going to recommend?

Also, on a side note: Does anyone have a good way to keep away mosquitos? They are everywhere now, and I keep getting bit. I've heard a vitamin B complex pill helps keep them away, but have not tried this
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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby Tala » Thu Sep 20, 2018 1:26 pm

I don't know about an internal solution. Have you tried any essential oils? Currently I'm using something from my health food store called bug shield. It has: citronella, eucalyptus,lavendar,rosemary, cedarwood, geranium and lemongrass.

If you don't have a store that carries it you can buy a couple of the ingredients and mix yourself. I don't think it's necessary for all of them.

I've also tried tea tree oil but I'm apparently allergic because it caused my heart to race and feel nauseous, and I had to cancel hiking that day :(

You will also want to dilute essential oils in a carrier oil like olive or coconut. Test a small amount on your arm first for reason stated above.

One downfall is if you are sweating alot you will have to reapply...and you might smell a bit earthy depending on oils used.

I also found it helps to wear long sleeves/pants and loose thick clothing. If it's too thin and tight they will bite right through.



Poweredbythesun wrote:Also, on a side note: Does anyone have a good way to keep away mosquitos? They are everywhere now, and I keep getting bit. I've heard a vitamin B complex pill helps keep them away, but have not tried this

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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby Poweredbythesun » Fri Sep 21, 2018 1:55 am

Tala wrote:I don't know about an internal solution. Have you tried any essential oils? Currently I'm using something from my health food store called bug shield. It has: citronella, eucalyptus,lavendar,rosemary, cedarwood, geranium and lemongrass.

If you don't have a store that carries it you can buy a couple of the ingredients and mix yourself. I don't think it's necessary for all of them.

I've also tried tea tree oil but I'm apparently allergic because it caused my heart to race and feel nauseous, and I had to cancel hiking that day :(

You will also want to dilute essential oils in a carrier oil like olive or coconut. Test a small amount on your arm first for reason stated above.

One downfall is if you are sweating alot you will have to reapply...and you might smell a bit earthy depending on oils used.

I also found it helps to wear long sleeves/pants and loose thick clothing. If it's too thin and tight they will bite right through.



Poweredbythesun wrote:Also, on a side note: Does anyone have a good way to keep away mosquitos? They are everywhere now, and I keep getting bit. I've heard a vitamin B complex pill helps keep them away, but have not tried this


Thanks for the suggestions :) Personally I work in a hot environment, and can easily sweat away anything on my skin. Shorts, and T shirts are about the only thing I can wear without getting too hot :/

I'll have to take a look at 'bug shield'. Again, thank you! And have a great day! :D
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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby Ol argedco luciftias » Fri Sep 21, 2018 2:57 pm

HPS Shannon wrote:
Hello.

One thing many people neglect when it comes to dental health is remineralization. You need more than a good brushing regimen and oil pulling. The bones of the body are made of many minerals and cavities can be healed and or prevented with proper nutrition.

Calcium, boron, magnesium, manganese and Vitamin D are good starts.

Because our food system has changed over time, our food has lost their nutrient density. Just look out how human bone structure has changed over time, minerals are needed for proper development and genetic structure.

One company that I buy my supplements from has a formula for bone health. I don't know your financial situation but I can list it if you are interested. If not, there are other things you can tale that is less expensive.

I'm interested in this supplement please. :D
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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby Tala » Sat Sep 22, 2018 3:31 pm

It must be difficult working in heat with all those mosquitos :(

If nothing works it might be worth reposting a new topic in health for mosquito help? Perhaps not everyone with interest in dental matters has tips to combat the buggers. Just a thought... Best of luck!

Poweredbythesun wrote:
Tala wrote:I don't know about an internal solution. Have you tried any essential oils? Currently I'm using something from my health food store called bug shield. It has: citronella, eucalyptus,lavendar,rosemary, cedarwood, geranium and lemongrass.

If you don't have a store that carries it you can buy a couple of the ingredients and mix yourself. I don't think it's necessary for all of them.

I've also tried tea tree oil but I'm apparently allergic because it caused my heart to race and feel nauseous, and I had to cancel hiking that day :(

You will also want to dilute essential oils in a carrier oil like olive or coconut. Test a small amount on your arm first for reason stated above.

One downfall is if you are sweating alot you will have to reapply...and you might smell a bit earthy depending on oils used.

I also found it helps to wear long sleeves/pants and loose thick clothing. If it's too thin and tight they will bite right through.



Poweredbythesun wrote:Also, on a side note: Does anyone have a good way to keep away mosquitos? They are everywhere now, and I keep getting bit. I've heard a vitamin B complex pill helps keep them away, but have not tried this


Thanks for the suggestions :) Personally I work in a hot environment, and can easily sweat away anything on my skin. Shorts, and T shirts are about the only thing I can wear without getting too hot :/

I'll have to take a look at 'bug shield'. Again, thank you! And have a great day! :D

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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby Poweredbythesun » Sat Sep 22, 2018 7:30 pm

Eh, it's not terrible. But the heat can get bad some days.

Recently it's been cooling off though, and the mosquitos have been disappearing :D
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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby HPS Shannon » Mon Sep 24, 2018 12:36 pm

Poweredbythesun wrote:Planned on doing a Sun square last Sunday to help with my teeth, but didn't :/ (And probably a good thing too)

What's the supplement you were going to recommend?

Also, on a side note: Does anyone have a good way to keep away mosquitos? They are everywhere now, and I keep getting bit. I've heard a vitamin B complex pill helps keep them away, but have not tried this


So sorry for getting back to you late ❤

Will respond soon with supplement info :)

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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby Poweredbythesun » Tue Sep 25, 2018 1:48 am

HPS Shannon wrote:
Poweredbythesun wrote:Planned on doing a Sun square last Sunday to help with my teeth, but didn't :/ (And probably a good thing too)

What's the supplement you were going to recommend?

Also, on a side note: Does anyone have a good way to keep away mosquitos? They are everywhere now, and I keep getting bit. I've heard a vitamin B complex pill helps keep them away, but have not tried this


So sorry for getting back to you late ❤

Will respond soon with supplement info :)



That's alright :) Good to hear from you HPS Shannon :D
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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby HPS Shannon » Thu Sep 27, 2018 2:50 pm

Poweredbythesun wrote:
HPS Shannon wrote:
Poweredbythesun wrote:Planned on doing a Sun square last Sunday to help with my teeth, but didn't :/ (And probably a good thing too)

What's the supplement you were going to recommend?

Also, on a side note: Does anyone have a good way to keep away mosquitos? They are everywhere now, and I keep getting bit. I've heard a vitamin B complex pill helps keep them away, but have not tried this


So sorry for getting back to you late ❤

Will respond soon with supplement info :)



That's alright :) Good to hear from you HPS Shannon :D



On the DrRons website, you'd want to go for the Cal 1000-Mag 500 bone formula supplement.

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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby Astardastar » Thu Sep 27, 2018 4:34 pm

Poweredbythesun wrote:Hello,

I've had the bad habit of neglecting my teeth for years now, and it's been 3 years since I was able to go to the dentist. Despite this I have had few, if any problems regarding my teeth in my life thus far.

However. The last time I went, the dentist drilled a 3-4 millimeter wide hole in one of my front canines and simply said "We're going to take care of that next visit" This hole has not changed much in these past 3 years surprisingly, despite my neglect.

I am looking for some advice on healing my tooth, and forming a proper brushing / cleaning routine for my teeth. From what I understand a sun square would work well for healing my teeth, and coconut oil with baking soda works as a DIY toothpaste while I find a safe toothpaste to use.

Does anyone have any advice on this matter? I should have started looking after my health years ago, but I'm thankful nothing much has changed.


Also, as a side note; I will be getting dental insurance again soon, this is great news. Especially since my bottom wisdom teeth are just starting to come in.


Thank you all! :)

Ave Satanas!!!!



So good to know you will have dental insurance soon for its this you must do, a visit to dentist.

Till then the best I can tell you except brushing everyday your teeth, is wash your teeth with SALT WATER.
Salt its antimicrobial, its cleaning teath and it helps gum strengthen.

You just put a big spoon of salt in a glass of water, stir to dissolve, put in your mouth, move to wash for while and spil it out. Then continue with all the glass.

DO NOT rub your teeth with salt, you will damage smalto scratching them.

Now completely friendly I tell you that unless you have became very strong in energy to cause affect in physical damages, it is better to try first a practical method. Work on the squares of course but if you are not strong enough to cause a change on material world as repair, then you have quickly try material ways for there is a need to take care of.

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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby Poweredbythesun » Sun Sep 30, 2018 2:19 pm

HPS Shannon wrote:
Poweredbythesun wrote:
HPS Shannon wrote:
So sorry for getting back to you late ❤

Will respond soon with supplement info :)



That's alright :) Good to hear from you HPS Shannon :D



On the DrRons website, you'd want to go for the Cal 1000-Mag 500 bone formula supplement.


Thank you HPS Shannon :)
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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby HailMotherLilith » Mon Oct 01, 2018 8:11 pm

HPS Shannon wrote:
Poweredbythesun wrote:
HPS Shannon wrote:
So sorry for getting back to you late ❤

Will respond soon with supplement info :)



That's alright :) Good to hear from you HPS Shannon :D



On the DrRons website, you'd want to go for the Cal 1000-Mag 500 bone formula supplement.



Would all the other products displayed on the website considered helpful or only this one supplement is the best and others are all bad?

Not necessarily for treating teeth, but I am curious to know if other products are to be trusted as well?
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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby HPS Shannon » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:15 pm

HailMotherLilith wrote:
HPS Shannon wrote:
Poweredbythesun wrote:

That's alright :) Good to hear from you HPS Shannon :D



On the DrRons website, you'd want to go for the Cal 1000-Mag 500 bone formula supplement.



Would all the other products displayed on the website considered helpful or only this one supplement is the best and others are all bad?

Not necessarily for treating teeth, but I am curious to know if other products are to be trusted as well?


As far as I'm concerned, all their products are suited positively for all different purposes. I buy many of their products.

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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby HailMotherLilith » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:23 pm

HPS Shannon wrote:
HailMotherLilith wrote:
HPS Shannon wrote:

On the DrRons website, you'd want to go for the Cal 1000-Mag 500 bone formula supplement.



Would all the other products displayed on the website considered helpful or only this one supplement is the best and others are all bad?

Not necessarily for treating teeth, but I am curious to know if other products are to be trusted as well?


As far as I'm concerned, all their products are suited positively for all different purposes. I buy many of their products.



Alright,thank you!
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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby EasternFireLion666 » Sun Oct 14, 2018 10:42 pm

Not sure if a good advice but you may also add up a toorhpaste that is specifically for sensituve teeth. In my case a sensodyne worked and cold and heat dont bother me so much now :)

Btw does anyone know a permanent cure for APHTOUS STOMATITIS?

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Re: Dental health, and healing cavities

Postby Ol argedco luciftias » Sun Oct 14, 2018 11:22 pm

Tom's Of Maine makes flouride-free toothpaste for sensitive teeth that works well. But I don't know if you can find it outside of America
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