If you have a chronic degenerative disease probably you have been told that it is all in your head. This may not be that far from the truth. There has been an argument on a medical subject between the dentists and the scientists. The argument is about whether a specific dental procedure is dangerous for patients or not.
Scientists have been warning us of the procedure’s consequences for more than a century. Dentists, on the other hand, claim that the procedure is perfectly safe. There are over 41,000 procedures like this in the USA on a daily basis. Americans are living their everyday life thinking they have permanently fixed their problem.
The main cause of your illness is maybe in your mouth
The root canal is a common dental procedure. There are over 25 million root canal procedures done every year in the United Stases alone. This procedure may be very dangerous and scientists have been warning us about that danger for more than 100 years. Dentists on the other hand claim that there is nothing dangerous while performing this procedure and nothing bad can happen afterwards.
Root-canaled teeth may cause problems even decades after the procedure. After the procedure, teeth became perfect storage for toxic anaerobic bacteria that can make their way into your blood. Since those teeth are practically dead you will not feel anything. The toxic anaerobic bacteria can cause some pretty serious conditions.
These toxic teeth are looking very healthy even thought they are dead. Exactly this fact makes the tracking of the disease, which occurred many years later, harder.
The American Dental Association claims that root canals are perfectly safe but there is no published data/evidence to confirm their claim. In fact, dentists expose their patients to great risks in their future lives.
What dentists do not know about the anatomy of your teeth
The teeth material is actually the hardest substance in your body.
In the middle of every tooth there is a pulp chamber. This is a soft living inner structure that acts as storage for blood vessels and nerves. Dentin is the material that surrounds the pulp chamber.
Thanks to the living cells in dentin, a hard mineral substance is secreted. The hardest and outermost layer of your teeth is the white enamel, which encases the dentin.
Each and every one root of your teeth descends into your jawbone. They are held in place only because of the periodontal ligament. All of the students in dental school are learning that each tooth has 1 to 4 major canals.
Anyway, there are additional canals that were never mentioned.If you separate all those canals and put them together in length you will literally have miles of them!
Some of you may know that your body’s large blood vessels are divided into very small capillaries. This is exactly the same way your teeth are designed. They have a scheme of tiny tubules. If you put all tubules together, in length, you will have three miles of them. Weston Price has identified 75 separated accessory canals in a single.
Microscopic organisms move around these tubules on a regular basis, like moles in underground tunnels.
When a dentist performs a root canal, she or he hollows out the tooth, then fills the chamber that is hollow with a substance called guttapercha, which cuts off the teeth from their blood supply. After this is done fluids can no longer circulate through the tooth, but the maze made of tiny tubules remains.
Bacteria, on the other hand, cut off from their food supply and hide in these tunnels where they are perfectly safe from antibiotics and your own body’s immune defenses.
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