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Naturally Cure Tooth Decay (cavities)! by Vaxt(m): 12:16pm On Nov 29, 2016
Tooth decay, technically referred to as dental caries, is
where your tooth is at a state or process of rotting. This is more commonly known to most people as cavities.
Anyone with a tooth is susceptible to tooth decay, but
there are measures you can take to prevent and naturally cure tooth decay.

Cause

Acid. That is the root cause to tooth decay. Acid in our
mouth is created when the bacteria in our mouth is
combined with sugar. This acid can attack your teeth for up to 20 minutes after you finish eating. The acid
demineralizes, weakens, the structure of your tooth. The acid will not always attack the whole tooth, or every tooth, but where acid comes into sustained contact with enamel, it eats away at it. This process happens over and over again, which results in acid erosion, creating the hole (cavity) in your tooth.

The tooth has 3 main layers to it. The first, outer, layer is called the enamel. This is the hard outer layer of the
tooth. The second, middle, layer is called the dentin.
Finally, the third, inside layer, of the tooth is called the
pulp. The pulp is the center of the tooth and contains
nerves and blood vessels. As tooth decay penetrates
additional layers of the tooth the more pain and damage is done to the tooth. Waiting too long to care for tooth
decay can result in having to remove that tooth and can possibly lead to other problems.

The following likely will increase your risk of tooth
decay:


Irregular brushing and flossing of your teeth.
Lack of fat soluble vitamins (mainly vitamins A and D).
Eating, in excess, foods that are high in sugar and
carbohydrates.

Constant dry mouth. Saliva helps remove food from
your mouth, which helps remove sugar from your
mouth.

Lack of minerals in your diet.

Diet high in phytic acid.

Diet consisting of high amounts of processed foods
(Standard American Diet “SAD”).

Diabetes.

The use of tobacco products.

Children.


The teeth are still growing and much like any
other body part or organ that is growing, the minerals
in the tooth is not as strong as an adults. This makes it
easier for the acid to erode the tooth.

Frequent snacking provides a constant stream of food
for the bacteria in your mouth to produce acid and
decay the tooth.

Alcohol. Alcohol increases the amount of sugar you
intake and it also dries your mouth out. The added
sugar creates more opportunity for acid to develop and
drying out your mouth does not allow your saliva to
remineralize you teeth or remove food from your
mouth.

Symptoms

The most common indicator of tooth decay is pain and
discomfort. However, not all tooth decay will create pain and discomfort.

Below are some common symptoms
that indicate you may have tooth decay.

Pain and discomfort.

Sensitivity to eating and drinking hot, cold and sweet
foods.

Visible holes. Tooth decays holes may be visible and can
be white, yellow, brown and even black.

Bad breath (especially if the odor seems to be coming
from a specific tooth).

Bad taste in your mouth.

Swelling and pain in your gums near the decaying tooth.

Prevention

Prevention is always the best medicine to any problem.
While there are some unpreventable risks of tooth decay, there are still several ways you can help prevent tooth decay.

Limit grazing on foods and drinks throughout the day. It is ok to still eat at regular intervals and eat snacks, but it is important to be watchful as to the frequency you are eating and drinking.

Limit the types of foods you are eating and drinking.
Limiting the amount of sugar and carbohydrates you
intake throughout the day limits the amount of acid
produced in your mouth. Drinking more natural water
and herbal teas can help clear your mouth of any excess food and help remineralize your teeth. Also, foods like
strawberries, hard cheeses (cheddar and parmesan) and xylitol all can help remineralize your teeth.

Better oral hygiene. Oral hygiene for 2 to 3 minutes a
day, 2 or 3 times a day, will help prevent tooth decay.
Better oral hygiene helps remove and limit the amount
of plaque on your teeth, which reduces the amount of
acid-producing bacteria in your mouth.

Healing

Unfortunately, you can follow all of the prevention tips
and still end up with tooth decay. However, there are
multiple different ways you can try to naturally heal your tooth decay and avoid a trip to the dentist.
Increase fat soluble vitamins A and D.

Taking 1 teaspoon of fermented cod liver oil and 1
teaspoon of high vitamin butter oil daily will increase
your fat soluble vitamin A and D levels.

Drink 1 to 2 cups of bone broth daily.

Bone broth is full of magnesium, potassium, calcium,
sodium, and minerals (trace minerals) that are
depleted from our food supply.

Use a remineralizing tooth paste.

Try oil pulling.

Oil pulling involves putting 1 to 2 teaspoons of
coconut oil and 2 drops of essential oil into your
mouth and swishing for 10 to 20 minutes. Once you
are done swishing you spit out the oil and rinse with
warm water. Finish by brushing your teeth.

Trace mineral drops. Take 10 trace mineral drops in the
morning.

Supplements.
Fermented cod liver oil
Magnesium.
Gelatin.

Eggshells
Boil 8 to 10 eggshells in water for about 5 minutes.
Let the eggshells air dry and then grind them into a
fine powder. Ingest ½ a teaspoon a day of the
eggshells (you can sprinkle this over your food or
just mix with a cup of water).

Source: justnaturallyhealthy.com/2015/04/26/
naturally-cure-tooth-decay-cavities/
Re: Naturally Cure Tooth Decay (cavities)! by captainbangz(m): 12:23pm On Nov 29, 2016
Where are the rest(cure)?
Re: Naturally Cure Tooth Decay (cavities)! by pillarmaria(m): 5:46pm On Jun 11
This is enlightening

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