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You Don’t Have to Get Cavities and Toothdecay

February 8, 2013 Tooth Decay

Cavities and tooth decay are not a fact of life. They should not be accepted as a normal part of our existence. We seem to have forgotten that the natural physical state of person is a state of health, balance and harmony. This is how our Creator intended us to be.

I used to get cavities quite often. Whenever I ate sugar, I felt a sharp pain in my mouth. I had one cavity in my gumline, one in between my teeth and one in a bottom molar. I also had weak, yellow tooth enamel that made my teeth sensitive to hot and cold. Of course, going to the dentist was an option, but it seemed like a short term solution to a long term problem. But by using 100% natural methods, I strengthened my enamel. I got rid of ALL my cavities and healed my sensitive teeth. My wife was so impressed with how white

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Secrets on How to Have Healthy Teeth Naturally

January 14, 2013 Tooth Decay

Did you ever wish you had perfect teeth? I know I always wanted to learn how to have healthy teeth. No matter how often I brushed and flossed my teeth, I still seemed to get cavities. Sometimes, the more I brushed, the more cavities I developed. When my children also started developing cavities, I decided that there must be a better way to prevent and get rid of them. A lot of people with dental problems blame it on their genetics, on their age, or not brushing their teeth often enough. The truth is that genetics, age, and not brushing, only play a minor role in tooth decay problems and gum disease. Once you learn how to take care of your teeth, you can prevent cavities naturally.
How To Have Healthy Teeth
Learning how to have healthy teeth naturally

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Ways to Prevent Cavities Naturally

January 14, 2013 Tooth Decay

If plaque and bacteria were the primary cause of cavities, you would be able to prevent them by brushing and flossing. Unfortunately, plaque and bacteria are not the primary cause of cavities. Even though most dentists won’t tell you this, cavities can only develop after your teeth have demineralized and lost their structural integrity. If you want to know how to prevent cavities, you need to learn how to build strong teeth with healthy enamel. This will defend your teeth against cavities.


Having strong and healthy teeth doesn’t just happen by accident, and it isn’t something we are born with. The good news is that even if you have lousy teeth, you can still strengthen your enamel and make them a lot stronger.


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Can Tooth Decay Be Reversed?

August 28, 2012 Uncategorized

A lot of people think that tooth decay can only get worse. If you follow the advice given to you by your dentist, this might be true. But can tooth decay be reversed? Of course it can!


If you break a bone, will a doctor use Superglue to hold it together? No, Superglue doesn't work to heal your bone, and the same goes for your teeth. Superglue doesn't heal your teeth and neither does getting a filling. As a matter of fact, over time, fillings can only get worse. They do permanent damage to your tooth structure. Using a small drill can damage the micro tubulars that go through your tooth enamel.


A dentist will tell you that if you brush and floss your teeth on a regular basis,  you can

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How to Heal Tooth Decay

August 28, 2012 Tooth Decay

Unfortunately, dental schools do not teach dentists how to heal cavities. If they did, then there wouldn't be as much of a demand for dentists, or for dental schools. This is sad but true. Even though we know more today about nutrition and natural healing than ever before, it seems like none of these information have made it into mainstream dentistry.


The simple truth is that it is possible to stop cavities and tooth decay and heal them quickly. There are actually several effective methods that you can use if you are looking for a natural cure.


Learn How to Heal Cavities with Nutrition


There is an old saying which says," "You are

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Loosing Your Teeth Can Cause Memory Loss

August 7, 2012 Tooth Decay

Are you serious? Can tooth loss really cause us to lose our memories? If a dentist yanks out one of my teeth, does it mean I'm going to lose some of the precious recollections stored in my brain? What if I lose all of my teeth? Does that mean I wouldn't be able to recall my past? Not even my own name?

Maybe I was a wee bit exaggerating there. But really? Is there a connection between tooth loss and memory loss? Swedish and Norwegian studies seem to indicate so. These studies, as published by  the European Journal of Oral Sciences, revealed that the "number of natural teeth was positively associated with performance on episodic memory, recall as well as cognition" . This means that the number of teeth we have can actually affect our ability to recall past events. This must be why

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