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Toxic dental materials have created much havoc in the dental profession, as well as in patient health, for nearly two centuries.
Dental mercury fillings, nickel crowns (especially in children, called “chrome crowns”), root canals and cavitations have been the target of concern for a long time.
This necrotic tissue creates a home for multiple bacterial infections outside the tooth in the periodontal ligament.
With added food supply from this area, the anaerobic bacteria can multiply and their toxins can contribute to the onset of disease (see Figure 8).
Note an increase in 1976 and another increase in slope in 1991.
In 1990, the dental association “suggested” that dentists perform thirty million root canals per year by the year 2000. As I understand it, the bar has now been raised to sixty million per year.
In a front tooth, if all these tubules were attached end to end, they would reach over three miles.
Price was concerned about the pathological bacteria found in nearly all root canal teeth of that time.He was able to transfer diseases harbored by humans from their extracted root canal teeth into rabbits by inserting a fragment of a root canal root under the skin in the belly area of a test rabbit.He found that root canal fragments from a person who had suffered a heart attack, when implanted into a rabbit, would cause a heart attack in the rabbit within a few weeks. This is still the primary argument facing us today.Today, with DNA analysis available, anaerobic bacteria (the dangerous kind) can be identified whether dead or alive by the presence of their tell tale DNA signatures.Let’s go back to the graphs of ALS up through the year 2000.
After forty-eight hours, each tooth was broken apart, and cultured for the presence of bacteria.