Dental Work & Surgery Nerve Problems?

It is common for people to experience different nerve damage symptoms after dental work. This is especially true of dental surgery and implants.

During the procedure, the nerve can be damaged. Yes, it most probably will get better in a few months if it isn’t extensive damage.

But are you willing to put up with numbness, and pain, tingling, etc. for 6 months? Why not give your body a head start in restoring your nerve health.

Read: Dental Work and Nerve Damage

Dental Health – What does it mean?

Have you been given scary words to get you to come every 6 months to have your teeth scraped (“cleaned” or to fight back any “decay” by having holes drilled in your teeth and filled with foreign material. Well, there really is no other way to fight tooth loss and pain, right?

Right?

Start by finding out what those terms mean and then look at what can be done for Dental Health, not Dental Disease Care.

Read: Bleeding Gums, Receding Gums and Loose Teeth Why it happens and what you can do about it?

More on Dental Cavities and Reversing Tooth Decay

We found an article on How to Heal Cavities Naturally.  

It appears that they’ve also read the studies that appear in our earlier link – which we will repeat it here Reversing Tooth Decay

We are currently doing the research on this and have also worked out a regime with a nutritionist.   Will share it when we learn more and get results.

Read the Article on our Site. Dental Health and Dental Care

There is a book on the above and it not only gives you good information about dental care, but a regimen of what to take for health teeth.

To your Health,

McVitamins

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Reverse Tooth Decay?

What?  Reverse Tooth Decay?   I was surprised when I read this title as I’ve been told my whole life that once a tooth is decayed the dentist will try and clean it out with his drill and fill it.  And thereby hopefully somehow saving the tooth. And, of course, if it is too far gone, the inevitable words, it will have to be pulled.

I myself have had too many teeth pulled and so was interested in finding out what this was about.   I was surprised to find out that this research was done in 1922 yet I’ve never heard anything about it. Or maybe I wasn’t really surprised that the research was  never followed up on.  It is amazing the research you can find not acted upon if you search for it.

Here is the article, I very much want to share it and will be doing follow up research myself

Reversing Tooth Decay

To your Dental Health,

McVitamins

Periodontal Disease – What is it?

When a dentist tells you that you have periodontal disease, it is said with a very serious tone, and you might as well figure they will want to pull those teeth involved.    You will hear that there is no cure, and that a loose tooth means it has to come out.

Is that true?

What is periodontal disease?   Periodontal means “around the tooth”.  It means that the gum around the tooth has been irritated by bacteria.   It means the bone around the tooth has pulled away from the irritation and the tooth is now loose due to that.

So what can you do?

Read:  Periodontal Disease – find out what it is and what you can do.