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It's not how it works.
The human body doesn't have the ability to heal visible cavities.
Before/after x-rays are needed to prove a claim like this.
I don't believe any 'claims' without objective evidence like before/after x-rays. Especially when we're talking about online marketing guys like Fred..:)
I don't believe in believing.. I try it then I know and there's no need for believe.. I never believed and never will in 811 either.. I tried it and it works so there's no need for 'believe'.
I don't need to 'find' a proof to see that I'm getting cavities and they don't heal.. I just need to look in the mirror.. :)
I agree with Rawbert here, Tooth Decay (cavities) does not heal.
But.. that’s not to say you can’t make your Enamel harder.
Fluoride chemically bonds to the Enamel making it harder, but it doesn’t cure Tooth Decay.
Brushing, Flossing, and good Oral Hygiene is the key to healthy teeth and gums.
There might have been, but the strange thing is none of them seems to be able to provide before/after x-rays..:)
So until I see some solid evidence I'm sticking with the well know fact that the human body doesn't have the ability to heal cavities.
Regrowing whole 3rd sets of teeth is where it's at. I had a crooked dentist give bunch of unneeded fillings when I was young, can't trust the ******* imo.. I know tooth pain can get bad.. I would pack my gums with slippery elm bark powder sometimes, it seemed to help a lot. Also I think oil pulling can help with pains n such.
I hope to see some teeth re-mineralize or regrow in my life :D
If you don't fill a tooth it aint going to grow back if its a decent cavity to begin with. There is a lot of hucksters on the net claiming they can reverse big cavities but thats nonsense. Once that hole gets big and wide its a one way street fo sure.
Also if you don't get xrays you don't know if you had a cavity forming in the side of the tooth so the dentist just goes from the top and leaves the side cavity alone and it grows over time. Another reality is that bacteria form again under the filling and start the process again.
With over 2.7 million registered dentists on earth, looks like teeth problems are pretty common.
To heal the teeth the most important thing is to alkalize the body and get enough minerals... Green juice is the best - celery, kale, spinach, ect... Also vitamin d, a, e, k are important so get enough sunlight, or take a vitamin d supplement if you have to.
Calcium, magnesium, and silica are the most critical minerals to heal the teeth. Make sure your getting enough...keep increasing until your teeth start feeling good. I recommend getting them from green plants.
I've been experimenting with an ultrasound device and it seems to be mineralizing my cavities but I've only been doing it for about a week so I won't know the potential of this until its been a few months...Anyways there have been studies that show that ultrasound can heal cavities when applied for 20 mins and it takes about a year to completely heal them...