Out of all the modern dental procedures, there is nothing more damaging than root canals. Almost 60 million root canals are performed every year. As shocking as it may sound, the truth is you are putting yourself in danger. Unfortunately, most of us have gone through the procedure once or twice in our lives and we probably have never been told the real truth about root canals. We get convinced by dentists of how unwise it is to lose the tooth even though it’s already dead after a root canal procedure. And we listen, because we don’t want to lose any teeth; we are vain and we think our dentist knows best. The truth is, there is nothing harmless and safe about root canals.
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Compelling Reasons to never get root canals
- Root canals lead to chronic degenerative diseases such as heart disease, joint diseases and arthritis.
- Recent research has indicated strains of “streptococcus,” “staphylococcus,” and “spirochetes” which exist in root canals. It’s home of all kinds of pathogenic bacteria.
- Root canal’s accumulate toxins which can not be expelled because there is no vascular system in the tooth to do it.
- Bacteria formed in the root travels to other parts of the body through the bloodstream. Contrary to modern dental wisdom, antibiotics will not kill the bacteria formed in your root canal because the dead tooth does not have blood being supplied to it, so antibiotics will not be able to reach the inside of that tooth.
- As toxins in root canals leak into the blood stream, every time you bite down on food, these toxins travel into the blood with open access to any location of the body with weak spots.
So what should you do? Should you extract or get a root canal?
According to Dr. Weston Price, it is not enough to just extract the tooth because according to research, the bacteria can be found in the tissues and bone of the tooth’s root. SO, it’s been recommended to do slow speed drilling with a burr. It will remove 1 millimeter of the entire bone socket.
If the tooth can’t be saved, then a root canal with a material called “Biocalex” can be performed. “Biocalex” eliminates most of the dangerous bacteria and will cause fewer complications. If this does not work, extracting the tooth might be necessary.
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