It could be. This is considered a drastic measure to remove them. I did but you have to make this decision as it is not an easy one.
If any of your teeth came out hollow in the middle with decay from the inside out after showing decay at the base of the tooth, I would think you are dealing with oral spirochetes at minimum.
This, the age and failed condition of my implants, and sore gums at the base of the implants helped me to make this decision. Watching Dr. William D Nordquist's videos helped educate me.
The antibiotics were not going to get to these areas with implants in. Getting sick may have affected how my body deals with foreign objects and metals.
The information all came to me as I was considering and scheduling implant replacements. The local dentist said the new would likely fail due to the bone loss in the jaw.
I feel as if the universe sends me messages confirming and reassuring me that I made a wise choice for myself.
If you have tried it all and you relapse time and again it should certainly be a consideration.
Remember that teeth which are removed should have the periodontal ligament removed also, otherwise bone will not fill in this area and a pocket of void will create an area that bacteria will make use of to hide. This happens when we remove wisdom teeth which is another bad choice suggested by dentists more often than it is ever a necessary procedure.
That ring of rust was present on my removed implants. The bone at the point where they were attached was not soft (thank God).
AUG14:Mold Sick.FALL16:Clinical Bart/Borellia.
NOV16:Lung Pain. JAN17:Morg Scalp (resolved)
FEB17: Pupils, throat glow UV light.
Rx: Break, Probiotic Rebuild
Sup: Ozone, Magnets, Dental implants removed
Post Edited (ChickenArise) : 8/20/2017 2:07:54 PM (GMT-6)