That would be great if she could get her paper online!
I've been very focused on finding someone who can do the dental work the right way and I found someone in the MA state that follows the Huggins protocol; he does the extractions with an oral surgeon in the room to make sure everything gets cleaned out; yeah, unfortunately I don't think that currently there's a way to save a root canaled tooth and without running the risk of getting in reinfected. Besides I don't feel comfortable in having necrotic tissue in my body rotting away. I have yet to study the impact of the 3 extractions on my bite and chewing abilities, but at this point I see it as minor incoveniences compared to my current state. I might end up having bridges to aleviate the problem.
Not only did my problems slowly began to surge after the dental work but, by looking at a few dental charts it shows a direct connection of those root canaled teeth with my discomfort areas (spleen, stomach, large intestine, pancreas area).
Certainly this is affecting my digestion and general well being.
I will also be looking at checking my crown (not a root canaled tooth) as it might be hidding a mercury Amalgam underneath it (besides its made out of nickel which is bad news too). I had 6 mercury Amalgams removed 6 months ago and unfortunately didnt solve all my health problems (it did eliminate my numbness issues though)(its highly possible that i still have large quantities of mercury in the system).