Learn about simple, inexpensive, natural remedies to help heal damaged and diseased teeth.
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These are the secrets your dentist doesn’t want you to know. You can repair your damaged or worn tooth enamel. Dentists and their metal instruments can cause injuries to teeth. So can bruxism (tooth grinding) and bad habits such as eating ice.
Allopathic dentists believe that there is no way to naturally restore dental enamel. But, this is simply not true.
The first thing to try if you are dealing with sensitive or damaged teeth or gums is to brush your teeth with sea salt. The salt is healing to to the teeth and gums and can reverse sensitivity to hot and cold due to lost enamel in a few days.
Supplement your diet with bone meal. This remedy comes from Hanna Kroeger’s “Heal Your Life with Home Remedies and Herbs.”
Be sure to include a supplement to replace lost trace minerals.
Heal sore teeth and gums with a paste of bentonite clay and colloidal silver.
Alternately, combine equal parts of bentonite clay and activated charcoal. Make a paste with water and apply it to a decayed or painful tooth. This remedy came from an unknown caller on the June 23, 2009 broadcast of the Officer Jack McLamb radio show at www.JackMcLamb.com. The caller claimed that it saved his teeth from unnecessary extractions and restored the health of the teeth.
Certainly, any of these remedies are reasonable alternatives to try before resorting to a costly visit to a dentist.
Warning: Do not apply the bentonite clay to a tooth that is broken. In this case, hurry to a trusted dentist.
Book recommendation: All Natural Dental Remedies: Herbs and Home Remedies to Naturally Heal Your Teeth
Heal Your Life with Home Remedies and Herbs; Hanna Kroeger; Hay House Publications; 1998.
Officer Jack McLamb: http://jackmclamb.com/