I appreciate your concern for my well being and the advice which I believe is well intended.
I did say in a previous message that I agree that oil pulling is hugely beneficial in maintaining good oral health in general since I have been doing it myself for almost a year now. It has the ability to rid the exposed surfaces of your mouth of bad bacteria and viruses each time you pull. I have seen an overall decrease in tartar and plaque buildup, whiter and cleaner teeth, healthy looking gums and fresher breath. It is a habit I plan to continue indefinitely.
If you can show me research as evidence that oil pulling can get rid of cavitations (not cavities), I would be more than happy to consider that it may be true. However, in my research I have not found any information indicating that this is true. I believe that you are not informed about the cause of cavitations or you would know that an infection in an extraction site encased by bone cannot be removed by any other method but with surgery.
It is not my own research but findings that have been reported by Dr. Robert Dowling at NCIT (cancercured.org) that I am referring to. If you are going to dispute this information, please do me a favor and read about his findings before you dismiss the info I'm presenting based on your personal opinion.
One more thing, a cavitation infection cannot be treated with antibiotics b/c there is no blood source in the jawbone. You need blood to transport antibiotics.
Please, let's keep the subject of this posting on my original line "Will insurance pay for cavitation surgery ?"