CureZone   Log On   Join
How I had my fillings removed
 

Free TEEF Powder Internationally!
Teeth Powder to Remineralize, Strengthen, and Clean ...



Free TEEF Powder Internationally!
Teeth Powder to Remineralize, Strengthen, and Clean ...


Google Advertisement
Google Advertisement
SebastianReed Views: 2,930
Published: 18 years ago
Status:       R [Message recommended by a moderator!]
 

How I had my fillings removed


COMPLETE REMOVAL OF DENTAL FILLINGS




After 18 years of life with fillings, in August 2003 I had them all removed. I was 30 years of age. I had an anaesthetic for the first one, then 2 weeks later the others were all removed without the need for an anaesthetic. There were 4 altogether, all in the lower molars.

The dentist who did the job was surprised when I told him what I wanted. He asked me if I had Amalgam fillings and I said "No, I've got composites but I still feel that I'd be better off with no fillings at all". The dentist made me sign a disclaimer stating that if my teeth had further problems that he wasn't going to be held liable.

I signed the form and told him that if it didn't work out the way I thought it would, I'd simply come back and ask him to replace the fillings. Nevertheless, about a week after the first one was out I knew that the process wasn't going to be as difficult as I'd expected.

I was well prepared. I'd spent about 2 years thinking about having my fillings out. After 1 year of thinking about having them out, I decided to have them changed from Amalgam to composite rather than have them out, because it seemed prudent to at least try out the composites for a year or so.

After a year of living with composite fillings I was still feeling that I could live better without them so that's when I went to the dentist. I'd tried to make my body reject the fillings through meditation but it became clear that having them drilled out would be easier.

I ate at least 50% of my food uncooked during those 2 years. I also read about the human body during that time, particularly about the organs and glands of digestion. I'd also read reports on the internet of people healing their teeth naturally. I ate plenty of green herbs and vegetables, carrots, radishes, peanuts, cashew nuts, other nuts, bananas, paw paws, and other fruits and vegetables.

I reduced my intake of bread to almost nothing and replaced that part of my diet with whole grain food such as sprouts, puffed grain, and whole grain stews. I also took herbal teas to cleanse my digestive organs, my blood and my body in general. I also reduced my intake of animal foods: meat, fish, eggs and dairy products.

For each of the fillings which came out, I followed a strict program of exercise to make the cavity seal. I made a chewing gum out of beeswax and hemp string and I chewed it with the sensitive part of the tooth for 5 minutes a day, every day for 2 weeks. Immediately after the chewing session I filled the cavity with a sterilised healing clay and left it there for the rest of that day and through the night.

The next day I'd throw out the clay, chew a new piece of gum, and put a new piece of clay in the hole. After 2 weeks the pain subsided and I was able to eat with the sensitive teeth. In the meantime I used my other teeth and ate foods that were easy to digest and to ingest. I also took immune system strengthening herbal teas and antibacterial herbal teas during those first few weeks.

After a while I began to eat a more balanced diet again and to try eating cooked foods. I found that everything went down ok. During the whole time I didn't take any painkillers, although the hemp string in the chewing gum proved to be a mild analgesic. I boiled and dried the string before I used it, and when I boiled it, I put oregano in the water to as a natural antiseptic. I also boiled the clay before using it and I added stevia powder to it before putting in my teeth.

I've only used herbal toothpaste or tooth powder for the last 2 years and I think that it's been very good for my teeth. I don't brush them too often or too harshly and I use a homemade mouthwash sometimes too.

Other material about natural methods for looking after teeth can be seen on my website at www.geocities.com/alternativetooth/index.htm.

Best wishes,

Sebastian Reed
 

 
Printer-friendly version of this page Email this message to a friend

This Forum message belongs to a larger discussion thread. See the complete thread below. You can reply to this message!


 

Donate to CureZone


CureZone Newsletter is distributed in partnership with https://www.netatlantic.com


Contact Us - Advertise - Stats

Copyright 1999 - 2022  www.curezone.org

0.953 sec, (2)