Category Tooth Decay

Control Acidity and Reverse Tooth Decay

September 8, 2012 Tooth Decay

Did you know it is possible to reverse tooth decay? Not very many dentists believe that you can reverse tooth decay, so when you start to do it, the dentist you normally go to may be shocked.


 If you can control the level of acidity in your mouth, it's pretty easy to reverse tooth decay. Acidic mouths are much more susceptible to cavities and tooth decay. Many people develop an acidic mouth by eating way too much candy or drinking acidic drinks on a regular basis. Hard candy, dried fruit, and soda can be extremely bad for your teeth. When the sugars in these foods are metabolized, they are converted into acids almost instantly.


Acids can demineralize your teeth very quickly. Your

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Reverse Tooth Decay – Four Easy Steps

August 30, 2012 Tooth Decay

Is it really possible to reverse tooth decay? If it is, why haven't I heard anything about it from my dentist? Well, the unfortunate part about becoming a dentist is that you spend four years in school, and almost $250,000 on school fees, and you don't know any more about how to reverse tooth decay and cavities, than you did when you started. The things that dental students are taught today are very similar to what they were taught 50 years ago. They learn how to drill, fill, and bill. This is a good way to treat tooth emergencies, but for every day dental care, it is really unnecessary. I have some really good friends that are dentists, and they don't even know some of the tips that I'm about to share with you.


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Healing Teeth Naturally

August 30, 2012 Tooth Decay

Healing teeth naturally is a lot of fun! Before I was able to heal my teeth naturally, I wouldn't have believed it was possible. My skepticism was rooted in the fact that I didn't believe in holistic healing. I thought that most holistic remedies were weak, and therefore ineffective against stopping tooth problems and being able to heal my teeth.


About three years ago, my son started to experience tooth decay. Before he was one, he lost one of his teeth, and he had three others that were starting to decay. My wife and I had put our trust in the dental community, but then we started to have our doubts. Part of my son's problem was that he was exposed to fluoride in the water. He had developed severe fluorosis. It really

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Cure Cavities at Home

August 30, 2012 Tooth Decay

If you learn how to cure cavities at home, you can save yourself not only a lot of money, but you can also save your teeth. If you can catch your cavities early enough, you can cure them naturally. There is no need to spend $150-$250 on dental fees for each cavity. Small cavities can be cured in just a few weeks.


The best way to cure a cavity is to start by killing the infection. You can use anything from clove oil, to colloidal silver, to help kill the infection. I have found that what works best for me, is using a Miswak stick. This chewing stick contains antibacterial properties that help to get rid of tooth infections. By chewing on a stick, you can get rid of cavities in just a few days.


How to Repair Tooth Enamel

August 29, 2012 Tooth Decay

This article is the minority report on how to repair tooth enamel. There are a lot of websites out there that will tell you that you cannot repair your tooth enamel. I had no idea this was such a controversial topic. These sites appear to be authoritative and yet they don't provide you with correct information.


The outer layer of your tooth is called the enamel. If it chips or breaks, it won't regrow the part that is broken, but it will heal itself. Your tooth enamel is some of the hardest tissue in your body. The outer layer is mostly dead, but underneath the enamel, you have the “Dentin” that is capable of healing. Even after you get a filling in your mouth, your dentin will typically create hard enamel to protect the

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4 Natural Cures For Cavities

August 29, 2012 Tooth Decay

There are several natural cures of cavities. Unfortunately, most dentists won’t tell you about these cures. If every one knew how to cure cavities, dentists would be looking for a new job. The fact that you can cure cavities naturally is amazing.

One - Using Garlic Clove Oil

Garlic clove oil has strong antibacterial properties. Most of the time when you get a cavity, it becomes inhabited by plaque. As these bacteria grow, they create acid which makes a cavity bigger. If the cavity gets big enough, bacteria can also enter into your bloodstream. Once this happens, you start to feel a lot of pain, and you also get a tooth infection.


Clove oil is used to provide

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What Are The Symptoms of Tooth Decay?

August 29, 2012 Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is a lot more common than you would imagine. Symptoms of tooth decay can affect both old and young. Usually tooth decay occurs when bacteria found in your mouth, start to inhabit your teeth. Before this can happen, your teeth have to become weakened first.


A lot of people will tell you that tooth decay is caused by plaque. This is only part of the truth. Tooth decay is caused by acids in your mouth that weaken your tooth enamel. If you can keep acids from occurring in your mouth, you should be able to resist tooth decay symptoms for quite some time.


Once acids are able to penetrate teeth and demineralize them, it makes it easy for cavities to form and for bacteria to move

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Preventing Cavities – Five Tips For Success

August 29, 2012 Tooth Decay

If you have bad teeth, it isn't your fault. Contrary to what most people think, I do not believe that bad teeth are genetic. If you have some tooth genetic challenges, you can overcome them by strengthening your tooth enamel. A strong enamel is cavity resistant.


If you want to prevent cavities, there are five things you should do.

One - Understand the Cause of Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is not caused by bacteria and plaque. There are thousands of people that have lots of plaque and bacteria in their mouth but still do not get cavities. What is their secret? Well, they have strong enamel. Preventing cavities is easy when you have strong enamel.

Two -

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Can a Cavity Heal Itself?

August 29, 2012 Tooth Decay

Can you heal cavities? A lot of times, you can heal a cavity without even going to a dentist. If this is your first time hearing this, you might find it difficult to believe. You might wonder why you spend so much money at the dentist. When I found out how to prevent cavities, I thought the same things.


Can a cavity heal itself? Even though I am not a dentist, I have seen cavities heal themselves on numerous occasions. If you get rid of the infection, and then give your body the nutrients and minerals it needs, it can heal itself completely. It is a lot easier to heal cavities when they are small.


Begin by going to the dentist or inspecting your own mouth for signs of cavities that

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Remineralize Teeth – Why Remineralizing Teeth is Important?

August 29, 2012 Tooth Decay

Whether we like it or not, our teeth are in a constant state of mineralization and demineralization. When teeth become demineralized by acidic foods or sugars that are converted into an acid, it causes our teeth to demineralize very quickly. If we want to have strong and healthy teeth that are virtually immune to cavities, we need to learn how to remineralize teeth permanently.

Learn About Remineralizing Teeth

Tooth enamel is one of the hardest structures in our body. It is also porous. This means that it can easily be strengthened or weakened. Once your teeth become demineralized, they are far more susceptible to cavities, tooth infections, and tooth decay. The most common way for our teeth to

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