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Re: Can tooth heal by itself after taking mercury filling out with no fillings put in after?
 
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Re: Can tooth heal by itself after taking mercury filling out with no fillings put in after?


I am very sick and seem to have some systemic infections, so my gums are receding terribly and I haven't healed any cavities. But I am using eggshell toothpaste and that has lessened a lot of the decay - I use organic eggshell calcium tablets and grind them up and mix with coconut oil and baking soda and vitamin E. I have been trying many things, this toothpaste seems to help the most so far - but I have a lot of bone loss and I do not know how to help my gums yet. I am pretty sure I have the cavitations from having my wisdom teeth out.

Another very helpful thing is calcium therapy from the Calcium Therapy Institute. I also swish with Black-Walnut tincture, supposedly this will regrow enamel!!

http://www.healthyandnaturalworld.com/eggshells-to-heal-cavities/

I also had the saliva test showing I had high levels of 3 bacterias:
1. Treponema denticola - gram negative spirochete - related to syphillis - causes jaw bone loss 2. Peptostreptococcus (Micromonas) micros - STREP - gram positive 3. Eikenella corrodens - gram negative

I feel disgusting to have these pathogenic bacterias, I do not know what to do about it - I think some are aerobic and anaerobic so oxygen therapies don't necessarily help.
 

 
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