May 1st, 2013
Q: How long does it take to cure a cavity?
A: Anywhere between 1 week and 2 months is normal. The answer is it depends on the type of mouth you have, the size of the cavity, and the intensity of the treatment. My wife and I were able to get rid of our cavities in about a month. My daughter was able to get rid of her smaller cavities in 3 days. Generally larger cavities take longer. Cavities that are deep or painful may need to be filled. The primary focus of this book is on prevention. If you have a severe problem with your teeth, you should definitely consider going to the dentists.
Q: Is this book about Preventing Cavities or Curing them?
A: This book is about both. The same methods that help prevent your cavities will help to cure them also. There are five methods listed in this book. All 5 of them can prevent cavities. Four of these methods will also help to cure them. Once you get rid of your existing cavities, you will be able to start living a life free of dental pain and future cavities.
Q: When are my kids old enough to use preventative dentistry?
A: This is a great question. Most of the natural methods can be used fairly early. If you can start your children early enough, you can prevent them from ever developing any cavities. If they do develop small ones, you can help to cure them right away. Starting from the time they get their molars, you should inspect their teeth once every 2 to 3 months. It only takes a few minutes with children’s teeth because they don’t have a lot of them to inspect. More complete information is contained in our book.
Q: Are there any negative side effects to preventative dentistry?
A: The best part of preventative dentistry is it can help your teeth last a lifetime. All of the methods presented in this book are one 100% natural. Generally speaking, there have been no reported negative side effects. As you learn more about what these methods, you will learn that 1 or 2 of them can have negative side effects, but this is generally the exception. So far, we have not received any feedback regarding side effects. If you do develop one, immediately stop using any methods that you have an adverse reaction too. This program gives you 5 different methods to fight cavities. You don’t have to use them all in order to be effective.
Q: Does it take effort to cure a cavity?
A: It does take some effort to have perfect (cavity-free) teeth. If you use all the methods outlined in this book, it will work the best. If you just use a few of them, you will still greatly reduce the amount of cavities you get. Bad tooth decay and tooth problems can develop over the course of several years. If you have really bad problems, it will take more time and more effort.
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