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    cavalier
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    Best Wishes Eva ! I shall be thinking of you. Teeth & the underlying structures are so important & yes small infections are so easy to miss. My reg. dentist took Xrays could n’t find why one tooth hurt – I felt it was infected in my case it had a crown on it from 95. He didn’t agree so I went to another doc never mentioned that this tooth was bothering me but let him retake xrays something I normally dont do – but this time it showed only 2 months later – the crown had leaked & def. infection there – how i became aware of it was when I upped my Vit C. while on AP without doing so I would have never been aware.
    I just got a gut feeling something was up in my teeth & was surprised when I felt that.
    I had no idea Sjogrens could do that to the mouth area – I have Sjogrens I dont list it as it’s secondary to the SD – sort of a smaller player but none the less good for me to know – Thanks!

    Jill SD, Lyme CPn, babesia & Candida

    #366831
    Eva Holloway
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    Trudi,
    I am glad I am doing this now so I can be ready for our National Saengerfest in Milwaukee in June. Thank you for thinking of me.
    Jill,
    yes, it is important to get the teeth checked. I even had gone to a specialist a few days after this episode started and he didn’t see the problems. The dentist I went to this week actually uses digital cameras for they x-ray and that’s where it showed up.
    Eva

    Eva Holloway

    #366832
    cavalier
    Participant

    Funny u should mention that as that is what happened to me the 1st non digital the 2nd was digital & it definitely showed on the digital.

    I hope for good news ahead for you.

    Jill

    #366833
    A Friend
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    @eva Holloway wrote:

    Trudi,
    I am glad I am doing this now so I can be ready for our National Saengerfest in Milwaukee in June. Thank you for thinking of me.
    Jill,
    yes, it is important to get the teeth checked. I even had gone to a specialist a few days after this episode started and he didn’t see the problems. The dentist I went to this week actually uses digital cameras for they x-ray and that’s where it showed up.
    Eva

    Eva,
    Your experience may result in many who come to this board to become more aware of the many things that can go wrong in our bodies when we have dental problems, and ways to turn these around. Just went to my Word program and gathered the following links. Having this many in one spot may make it easier for us to get the “bigger picture” of dental problems. (How much credit do you think we ought to get for taking this course??? )
    AF

    http://www.cancercontrolsociety.com/bio2008/hussar.htm


    http://whale.to/d/cavitations.html
    CAVITATIONS
    [back] Dental toxicity
    “In addition, the key that made it work seemed to be the cavitation. Cavitations contain chemicals that alter acetylcholinesterase, an enzyme necessary for nerve muscle activity. Perhaps this chemical is critical in the scenario of nerve interference Parkinson’s disease. There was certainly a difference in patients who had total dental revision with cavitation cleaning and those who did not have the cavitation procedures performed.”–Hal Huggins http://www.hugnet.com/park.html
    Cavitations
    http://www.curezone.org/forums/am.asp?i=1229272


    http://y2khealthanddetox.com/cavitations.htm
    JAWBONE CAVITATIONS: Infarction, Infection & Systemic Disease
    By Suzin Stockton MA
    Reprinted by Permission to Y2K Health and Detox Center


    http://www.saveyourteeth.com/toxic_issues.htm
    Toxic Issues

    Mercury Amalgam Fillings
    ..

    #366834
    Anonymous
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    This is an interesting topic as just a few days ago, I had a root canal the tip two days and then a temporary crown and then I have to go back for the final crown. The dentist and specialist will not 100% sure as to why the pain was I was it was but

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