Do some research on dr. Nunnally. He’s well known and featured in root cause. Can send his office a pano xray. Most biological dentists have someone they refer out to for cavitations. It seems there is some controversy on how to treat them - imagine that! Some do surgery, others ozone and the doc mentioned above does stem cell and plasma patch after a less invasive surgery followed by iv vit c. Some require cone beam and some do a cavitat scan.
My mind is still baffled by things like O3, DMSO and Diatomaceous Earth...I will eventually get into researching these things. Glad I've found a few patches in the meantime like Cholestyramine and the like. My free clinic dentist (sry to say this dude!) hurt my mouth during extraction, very bloody! He Rx'd pain meds and I followed the gauze replacement method to allow healing, have no idea if ligament was removed, or if cavitation has formed.
Asked the pops about
root canals, he has had "several"...and Mom is wasting away with Alz, I want to tell them to go to a dentist immediately! and use their savings or dental plans to get their root canals removed...stat! But will they listen? No, they are stubborn.
Anyway I find myself being more aware of oral hygiene, brushing and flossing more often, so I guess that's a plus.
On the other hand, that movie could be a super-expensive and slick commercial for dental reconstructive work...hard to believe that one stat that 25 Million?? (if I recall, I dont remember what they said) people get root canals every year. (upon googling other sources say "at least 15 million per year" )...That is a huge sum of money $$$$$$$$$$$ going to dentists, like more than 9 or ten figures.
And I can't remember that other documentary about
Food (Food Inc.) meat, and inflammation, has to hurt the dairy, poultry and beef industries, Michael Pollan was quoted in that one I think "Eat something, not too much, mostly veggies " or something like that
I've got another documentary on my list to watch, Forks Over Knives that may convince me that cheese and meat aren't delicious, or try to convert me fully or partly to vegetarianism.
edit: toned down my language and added some speculation about
super-slick dental commercials and food industries...digressed about
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