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Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??

 
The Whole Tooth
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Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
Anyone have any alternative methods to going to the dentist for a teeth cleaning?

For about a year I've been brushing with Dr. Bronner's soap and occasionally with baking soda. I've also been doing oil pulling a few days a week for the past couple of months.

Overall my teeth are definitely whiter but I still see some brownish plaque around the root of the gumline in some teeth.

Is a waterpik designed to clean that stuff off?
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04/05/2008 08:16 PM
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Don't just use occasionally baking soda with waterpic....use it REGULARLY....and with PEROXIDE....and kiss your plaque and gum disease GOODBYE !
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04/05/2008 08:18 PM
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Brush with coca-cola then regular toothpaste and rinse well.
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04/05/2008 08:28 PM
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
These are my notes to self on Dental Care:
1. Atomidine - toothache - topical - contained in IPSAB herbal ointment - Edgar Cayce
2. Castor oil pack - draws out inflamation if gum swollen - Edgar Cayce
3. Vitamin D - cuts cavities by one-half
4. IP6 - topical
5. Butter from grass fed cows - Price factor or Activator X factor - stimulates natural tooth enamel regeneration -
KerryGold brand butter - Dr. Weston Price - same as vitamin K2?
6. IPSAB tooth powder - salt kills streptococas bacteria; - Edgar Cayce
prickly ash known as Indian toothache powder
7. Reuteri bacteria - kills bad bacteria
8. MSM toothpaste
9. Tea tree oil toothpaste
10. No toothpaste containing either flouride or sodium lauryl sulfate
11. Oil pulling - not for people with silver fillings
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04/05/2008 08:40 PM
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
.11 oil pulling- not for people with silver fillings.

Why not?
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04/05/2008 08:43 PM
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These are my notes to self on Dental Care:
1. Atomidine - toothache - topical - contained in IPSAB herbal ointment - Edgar Cayce
2. Castor oil pack - draws out inflamation if gum swollen - Edgar Cayce
3. Vitamin D - cuts cavities by one-half
4. IP6 - topical
5. Butter from grass fed cows - Price factor or Activator X factor - stimulates natural tooth enamel regeneration -
KerryGold brand butter - Dr. Weston Price - same as vitamin K2?
6. IPSAB tooth powder - salt kills streptococas bacteria; - Edgar Cayce
prickly ash known as Indian toothache powder
7. Reuteri bacteria - kills bad bacteria
8. MSM toothpaste
9. Tea tree oil toothpaste
10. No toothpaste containing either flouride or sodium lauryl sulfate
11. Oil pulling - not for people with silver fillings
 Quoting: AC 409083



Great list, but for #5, so does ionic trace minerals a lot better.
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04/05/2008 08:45 PM
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
.11 oil pulling- not for people with silver fillings.

Why not?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 409071


Yes, why not? I have a few silver fillings left, all others are amalgam. Thanks for the informative reply. Elaborate on the grass-fed butter - I pretty much avoid butter because I feel it coming out my pores - how much are you eating?
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04/05/2008 08:50 PM
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
Great list, but for #5, so does ionic trace minerals a lot better.
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Where do you get these? What are some brands?
AC
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04/05/2008 09:49 PM
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
In answer to questions on list.

I have read that oil pulling can cause fillings to loosen and fall out. I do not know why.

Dr. Weston Price was a dentist who did a large scale study at an orphanage, and found that the X factor (vitamin K-2?) prevents cavities. Butter from grass fed cows is a rich source of this X factor. [link to www.mothering.com]
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04/05/2008 09:53 PM
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Sorry, link on Weston Price will not take you directly to relevant page. If interested, please click on link, and then search for words "Weston Price" on the site.
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04/05/2008 09:56 PM
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
I use one level tablespoon of KerryGold each day.
I purchase the other items on the list from vitacost.com
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04/05/2008 10:04 PM
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
OP, an amalgam filling is also commonly referred to as a silver filling. Same thing.
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04/05/2008 10:09 PM
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
If you don't clean your teeth you'll be sent to Tartar-us, which is basically hell.
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If you don't clean your teeth you'll be sent to Tartar-us, which is basically hell.
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That was supposed to be a joke. My apologies if I scared anyone.
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04/05/2008 10:30 PM

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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
Here's the Earth Clinic page for Gum Disease:

[link to earthclinic.com]

Lots of good suggestions there.

You are already doing the Oil Pulling which is the best suggestion I have. It seems to make a huge difference for me in how plaque and tartar build up and in the state of my gums. Maybe step it up. Also read the Earth Clinic page for Oil Pulling, it might be linked to on the Gum Disease page above or else do a search on it. I never heard it was a problem to do the OP when you have amalgam fillings. I'm sure it's better to do it than to not do it.
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
There are numerous posts on oil pulling and fillings on curezone.com

It seems as though some people are concerned about leaching mercury out of the fillings. Others consider the risk to be minimal, and do pull.

Incidentally, supplementing with the mineral selenium has many health benefits (heart disease and cancer), including providing some protection against mercury.
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04/06/2008 02:09 PM
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bump
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04/06/2008 02:31 PM
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I clean my tongue after I brush. I heard somewhere that you will not get plaque build up if you cleanse you tongue.
You can by a cleaner at a health store.

It seems to work because a ton of stuff comes off everytime I use it twice daily
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
Great list, but for #5, so does ionic trace minerals a lot better.


Where do you get these? What are some brands?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 409070



The brand I use is called Liqumins, and it's the low sodium ionic trace minerals. You can order it on-line at any vitamin supplier, and most good health food stores have it. Don't even bother looking in GNC, it ain't there. Really cheap too, I get it online for about $14 and 8 oz. of it lasts for months because you only need a few drops per glass of water.
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
Add a tsp of myrrh powder to 2 ounces of water and rinse your mouth with it for about 20 minutes ( i know i know thats a long time) but it will loosen and remove any plaque on your teeth and also get rid of harmful bacteria..do this once a week for a month..then once a month after that. IT REALLY WORKS!
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Add a tsp of myrrh powder to 2 ounces of water and rinse your mouth with it for about 20 minutes ( i know i know thats a long time) but it will loosen and remove any plaque on your teeth and also get rid of harmful bacteria..do this once a week for a month..then once a month after that. IT REALLY WORKS!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 399605

Interesting! Hadn't heard of that before. I might look into that.
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
If you dont enjoy flossing (I hate it) use a water pik. I got one at Walmart for 60 bucks. It sprays a high power of water into areas under the gum.

I use it and you can tell the difference. You can smell all the bad stuff coming out while your cleaning your teeth with it. Kinda gross but great and really shows you what your toothbrush isnt getting into cleaning.
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
These are my notes to self on Dental Care:
1. Atomidine - toothache - topical - contained in IPSAB herbal ointment - Edgar Cayce
2. Castor oil pack - draws out inflamation if gum swollen - Edgar Cayce
3. Vitamin D - cuts cavities by one-half
4. IP6 - topical
5. Butter from grass fed cows - Price factor or Activator X factor - stimulates natural tooth enamel regeneration -
KerryGold brand butter - Dr. Weston Price - same as vitamin K2?
6. IPSAB tooth powder - salt kills streptococas bacteria; - Edgar Cayce
prickly ash known as Indian toothache powder
7. Reuteri bacteria - kills bad bacteria
8. MSM toothpaste
9. Tea tree oil toothpaste
10. No toothpaste containing either flouride or sodium lauryl sulfate
11. Oil pulling - not for people with silver fillings
 Quoting: AC 409083


Great list! MSM toothpaste? I'll have to google it. I've been using Jason's Powersmile but it's got that sticky glue-stuff,(forgot the name of it) that I read is not good for the enamel growing.
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
Don't just use occasionally baking soda with waterpic....use it REGULARLY....and with PEROXIDE....and kiss your plaque and gum disease GOODBYE !
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 409079


Do you mean put the baking soda and peroxide in your Water Pik, or brush with it them use the Water Pik with plain water?

I'm thinking the baking soda might clog the WP.
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
does this really work?

The last time I went to the dentist, she strapped on a BP monitor on my wrist. Why the hell does a dentist need to know my blood pressure! I just want my teeth cleaned?!

I oil pull every day, but still have occasional plaque.

Will brushing with baking soda and peroxide get rid of it?
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04/06/2013 08:11 AM
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.11 oil pulling- not for people with silver fillings.

Why not?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 409071


for some REASON...when doing the oil pulling
amalgaram/spelling_sorry ! the old type silver/mercury types
get loosened and fall out
and I CAN AFFIRM THIS as it did happen HERE--
so those fillings were replaced with the $$$$$$white 1s.
and NO I;M NOT GETTING INTO ALL THE BULLSHIT ON MERCURY FILLINGS
as the SAME AS SECOND HAND SMOKE.....there'd BE MILLIONS UPON MILLIONS DEAD !
including THE DENTISTS AND TECHS handling IT.
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Don't just use occasionally baking soda with waterpic....use it REGULARLY....and with PEROXIDE....and kiss your plaque and gum disease GOODBYE !
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 409079


Do you mean put the baking soda and peroxide in your Water Pik, or brush with it them use the Water Pik with plain water?

I'm thinking the baking soda might clog the WP.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 366482


try it and find out what happens with THE MODEL you have
as in here we put baking soda/peroxide
sea salt
and just always rinse once or twice the tubing out with plain warm water on the highest setting--
haven't had any problems.
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Re: Cleaning Dental Plaque without going to the Dentist??
If you want your whitest teeth all you do is peel a banana from the side the monkeys do. Then rub the white part of the banana on all your teeth on both sides, do for 5 mins, repeat 1x a day. U will be amazed!
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NO I;M NOT GETTING INTO ALL THE BULLSHIT ON MERCURY FILLINGS
as the SAME AS SECOND HAND SMOKE.....there'd BE MILLIONS UPON MILLIONS DEAD !
including THE DENTISTS AND TECHS handling IT.



Mercury doesn't kill people instantly, it degenerates health over time, the point is you die sooner then you should and your health is not as good as it could be. Same with eating processed foods, foods with MSG and other excitotoxins and Sugar.
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fireplace ashes...works..

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