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What Is Tooth Decay


Cure Tooth Decay Ramiel Nagel And Dr. Weston Price's Nutrition and Physical Regeneration Books

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What causes tooth decay? Tooth decay can be stopped if it is caught and treated early. #Dentist or #Hygienist


Cure Tooth Decay; Remineralize Cavities and Repair Teeth Naturally. ~ Your teeth can remineralize and repair naturally by modifying your diet. Cure Tooth Decay TM is a professionally published 250-page book, as well as an instructional website by dental health educator, Ramiel Nagel.


-*+I do a lot of research and from what I can see and say from personal experience, coconut oil is by far the best thing for your teeth. Did you know that coconut is naturally antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antifungal; the best part is, no fluoride! With only one spoonful of coconut oil you can clean your teeth and help prevent tooth decay, it really is a powerful antibacterial. It does it much more effectively than any store bought toothpaste or mouthwash. Research done at the Athlone…

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Coconut Oil Pulling Benefits and My How-to Guide

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Coconut Oil Halts Tooth Decay.... research in Ireland proves the effectiveness - cool! LOVE coconut oil! found on with original source sited as www,


Happy Hump Day! Let us share some Fun facts about chocolate with you: Dark chocolate is full of antioxidants which are essential for your health. Dark chocolate help to prevent heart disease by one-third if is consume EVERY DAY. The smell of chocolate increase theta brain waves which trigers relaxation. chocolate has an anti-bacterial effect on the mouth and protects against tooth decay. Soooo... What are you waiting for? Get your chocolates ASAP! #eatrealchocolate #MadeInDade…

The Anatomy of a Dental Abscess. Dentaltown has the following online courses in Endodontics (with more to come). Root Canal Anatomy Dictates Treatment Objectives by Dr. Scott Weed (Nigel Tufnel). This course can be found here.....


What causes tooth decay? Tooth decay is the result of an infection with certain types of bacteria that use sugars in foods to make acids. Over time, these acids can make a cavity (hole) in the tooth.