I have gold crowns in two of my lower teeth. One on the left and one on the right. Once in a while, I notice a problem with right one. It emits a foul substance occasionally. When I do Iodine therapy and swish the solution around in my mouth, my right crown throbs painfully every time. My left one is alright. Even when the iodine/water just touches that tooth, it throbs. I've tried to explain that to my dentist, that I think there is infection under the crown. I don't want to explain that it happens when I take iodine. People don't think that is normal.
When I first took Miracle-Mineral-Supplement , the same thing happened. So, I was careful to avoid that tooth when drinking the mixture. Recently, I've noticed that nothing happens when I drink the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement . Tonight I can even swish it around my mouth with no problem. I've stopped the Iodine therapy while I've started Miracle-Mineral-Supplement . I'll go back to it when I've done the MMS daily maintenance for a week or two. I tried the Iodine in distilled water again once; and sure enough, the throbbing is not there.
I really think the MMS has solved that problem where the several months of iodine did not. I'm thrilled. If I did have infection there, it is no longer. Now I wonder how careful I should be with the lemon or lime and my tooth enamel for the non-crowned teeth. I wonder if citric acid would be better. I wonder if I can swish quickly at least once a week.