“You need a root canal!” “Why?”
Do you really “need” a root canal? What are the conventional reasons for performing root canals over the past century?
– Deep decay that has invaded the nerve chamber
– Trauma (as in getting hit in the mouth with a baseball bat)
– Discomfort of unknown reason
What, exactly, are you getting for your money?As recently as 1906, Mayo Clinic in conjunction with Weston Price DDS, MS as head of research for the dental association of that time, announced that root canals were a haven for disease-producing bacteria. Six PhDs working with Dr. Price for decades, and a team of microbiologists from Mayo Clinic identified these bacteria.
Dr. Price implanted root canal fragments under the skin of the belly of 60,000 rabbits. Results unequivocally proved that diseases of the humans, traveling in the root canaled teeth, could produce the same disease in the rabbit in a matter of weeks. Heart attacks could be transferred 100 percent percent of the time – implicating root canals as one of the primary causes of heart disease.
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