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Why You Should Never Get A Root Canal

Posted on January 16, 2010 at 7:16 PM

There's a lot wrong with the dental profession. In fact, just about everything is wrong with the dental profession. Just a few examples are mercury-filled amalgams, root canals and any sort of dental filling material imaginable.


It's a good idea to remove existing root canals and to definitely avoid getting any new ones. One obvious question is, what does one do when the existing ones are removed? Absolutely nothing, at least for a little while--because the body will start producing blood clots which are intermediates for bone mineralization. In other words, those empty spaces will be filled up with bone in due time.


Why exactly do dentists perform root canals anyway? They will tell you that having a root canal will let you hold on to a dead tooth. The false presumption is that the bacteria is nonexistent, however, nothing could be further from the truth. Instead, root canal 'therapy' is in fact palliative.


Studies on thousands of teeth have demonstrated the presence of bacteria in 80% to 90% of the canals after they have been "sterilized." According to Dr. Weston Price, the primary bacteria found in root canals includes streptococcus, staphylococcus, and spirochetes. He found 90% of the bacteria in the teeth that produced the patients' acute diseases were streptococcus and 65.5% of the time they belonged to the fecalis family.


Further research has found that bacteria and their toxins from root canals can enter the blood stream and travel to any point in the body, and generate disease to that tissue or organ.


The American dental association (ADA), will deny this time and again. It's really no wonder, because the potential liability involved would be insurmountable. Moreover, root canals are extremely profitable--it's just not good business to deny them to patients.


Modern testing procedures have confirmed the work of Dr. Weston Price's research using DNA analysis, making any claim by the ADA that Price's research being "outdated," is an attempt to keep the public blind over the real dangers of root canals.


Dr. Josef Issels of Germany found that in his 40 years of treating terminal, end-stage cancer patients, 97% of them had root canals. He would not initiate his successful treatments until all root canals had been removed.


The bottom line is, bacteria from root canals are extremely toxic, anaerobic bacteria have been found and identified in and around root canals. It is believed by many experts that root canals will lead to some form of an autoimmune disease. Of course, when an autoimmune disease is identified, it is fought with palliative treatments that involve killing the body's defense system instead of killing the source of the infection.


The toxins made by the bacteria that live by the billions in and around root canals contain the most toxic organic substances known. For example, thio-ethers are a 1000 times more toxic than botulism toxin, which used to be considered the most toxic organic substance.


If one has a root canal, toxins leak into the blood stream everytime they chew food. To make matters much worse, most if not all of these patients also have dental fillings. Mercury is the second most toxic substance on the planet, next to plutonium. When mercury or other dental filling material exchanges with bacteria, the harm becomes magnified.


The Toxic Element Research Foundation, headed by Dr. Hal Huggins has uncovered extremely disturbing data concerning the implications of root canal bacteria and various autoimmune diseases. Unfortunately, this research has been ignored by mainstream dentists for all the same reasons stated earlier.


In light of all this, one may ask, what can be done about amalgam fillings and existing root canals? It's very important to note that most dentists are ill- equipped in the removal of both amalgams and root canals. Upon the removal of root canals, it is suggested by Dr. Hal Huggins to have a treatment of intravenous ascorbic acid (vitamin C) to help kill of the microbes.


Regarding the removal of amalgam fillings, regardless of their composite material, a special dentist should be sought whom specializes in this extraction process. The reason is that without proper removal, a very potent and residual toxicity can result, creating incalculable turmoil to the patient.


If you're concerned about your existing root canals or amalgam filings, I strongly suggest consulting a dentist who has been trained by Dr. Huggins by calling (866) 948-4638 or by visiting this website http://www.hugginsappliedhealing.com/alliancedentist.php

 

If you currently have mercury fillings and would like to safely remove mercury from the body without any side-effects, consider taking Humifulvate daily. Doing so can help alleviate some burden until these fillings are removed properly.


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30 Comments

Reply Abhi
1:40 AM on January 17, 2010 
what are the alternatives to root canals then?
Reply Immortalhair
1:26 PM on January 17, 2010 
Abhi - Note that if there's any pain, or sensitivity, this is an indication that the tooth nerve is still vital. Regardless, even qualified dead nerves should not be "fixed" with a root canal, as that is only a deeper pocket of filling material when compared to standard cavity filling.

So if the tooth nerve is verified to be dead, then extraction of the tooth, followed by appropriate measures, such as safe bridge or partial performed by a safe dentist can be done. Consult this site below to help determine if the nerve is still vital. http://www.mizar5.com/root.htm

If the nerve is dead, consult this site to find a safe dentist. http://www.hugginsappliedhealing.com/alliancedentist.php
Reply scottyc33
9:35 AM on January 28, 2010 
IH - what if we have already had a root canal? Other than having them removed is there any way to mitigate the harmful effects of this bacteria?
Reply Immortalhair
4:53 PM on January 28, 2010 
scottyc33 says...
IH - what if we have already had a root canal? Other than having them removed is there any way to mitigate the harmful effects of this bacteria?


There's really no alternative to removal, because a root canal is a constant source of infectious bacteria. Additionally, just having mercury filled in the area is going to be released on a continual basis. This is a virtual guarantee of thyroid suppression. When removal is performed, it is quite important to have the right dentist and the correct dentist will use IV-Ascorbate, delivered slowly over a period of hours to kill off the bacteria upon removal.
Reply scottyc33
6:36 PM on January 28, 2010 
I found this:

"There is no drug, homeopathic remedy, vitamin or mineral that can effectively kill these tiny bacteria that live in the small tubules in the tooth. Only the use of bio-frequencies (Rife technology) has the capability of pentrating the surrounding bone and root without any damage to tissues. Even then, there is no way to stop new bacteria from entering these tubules from the oral cavity again. "
Reply Greensboro Dentist
10:48 PM on July 29, 2010 
It's better to have any amalgam fillings removed and replaced when possible.
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Reply Dentist Los Angeles
7:55 PM on August 13, 2010 
Do you have a link to these studies?
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Reply dentist akron
8:35 PM on September 20, 2010 
our body is knows how to repair itself without any medical help and sometimes it is better to let our body heal itself because it's safer. Visit http://dentistakron.org/ for more help on your dental needs
Reply Laura Chattington
1:36 PM on November 16, 2010 
I have had a few root canal jobs in the past in fact one was done and incomplete when I left the dentist to cause a huge amount of pressure between gum and tooth and I had to return to the dentist whitening out in pain.....
For the patient it is very difficult to verify the work a doctor does.
Where does this leave us as patients - paranoid about everything - at some point don't we have to start trusting people - including our dentist?

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Reply Jesus
10:36 AM on January 4, 2012 
Refer to MICROBIOLOGY OF ENDODONTICS AND ASEPSIS IN ENDODONTIC PRACTICE. "Today the medical and dental professions agree that there is no relationship between endodontically treated
teeth and the degenerative diseases implicated in the theory of focal infection.However, a recent book entitled Root Canal Cover-up Exposed has resurrected the focal infection theory based on the poorly designed and outdated studies by Rosenow and Price. This body of research has been evaluated and disproved. Unfortunately, uninformed patients may receive this outdated information and believe it to be credible new findings.
Reply Immortalhair
12:17 PM on January 4, 2012 
Plenty of new research exists today that proves the focal theory of infection. See the movie called Rooted, which contains several hundred references throughout the film. There's plenty of proof.
Reply Tom
5:01 PM on January 9, 2012 
Brian,
I've enjoyed reading a lot of your posts. Have you ever known anyone to receive a treatment written up by Dr. Frank Shallenberger? He says he gives injections of Ozone/Mistletoe extracts right into the gum where an infected tooth is. He says it has never failed to save a Tooth from needing a Root Canal in his experience. I think I read that you mentioned another one of his therapies somewhere called Prolozone.
Reply Immortalhair
5:10 PM on January 9, 2012 
Hi Tom, no I have not heard of that method, but it does make sense. Delivering ozone is an effective way to delivering more oxygen to the area. Since most nerves are still vital, this could very well "wake up," a nearly non-vital root.
Reply Amy
1:46 PM on April 1, 2012 
Would like to know of a doctor who can remove both, mercury dental work and root canals in my area or near my area of Gainesville or somewhere north of Atlanta, Georgia. Thank you.
Reply Immortalhair
3:45 PM on April 1, 2012 
Amy, you can find a dentist who has been trained by Dr. Huggins by calling (866) 948-4638 or by visiting this website http://www.hugginsappliedhealing.com/alliancedentist.php

They use safe procedures so you do not go backwards, which can happen if you go to just any dentist.
Reply Phil
2:19 PM on August 20, 2012 
8-20-12
Re: Your article (on your web site) about root canals and removal of such and mercury fillings. I've heard it suggested that often maybe even usually extractions and root canals can be made unnecessary by a treatment procedure of injecting a extract of Mistletoe extract and ozone to the infected gum area over a period with a number of these painless treatments. I'm trying to get more information about this issue. Do you know anything about it? Of course the dental industry would not like it as it might cut their profits.
Reply Phil
2:30 PM on August 20, 2012 
Tom says...
Brian,
I've enjoyed reading a lot of your posts. Have you ever known anyone to receive a treatment written up by Dr. Frank Shallenberger? He says he gives injections of Ozone/Mistletoe extracts right into the gum where an infected tooth is. He says it has never failed to save a Tooth from needing a Root Canal in his experience. I think I read that you mentioned another one of his therapies somewhere called Prolozone.
Reply codi
3:14 PM on October 14, 2012 
HI, I have 2 root canals coming up then i find this, I'm like WOW... makes me not even want to get them. tooth 9&10 are chipped and they been like this for awhile now with pain here and there but then a cut on the roof of my mouth gave me an infection and the dentists say i need root canals. I have one tomorrow but the crown won't be put on for a week, and i don't even know if i can afford to do it... so if you have any information or advice for me it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
Reply raoul
1:51 PM on December 15, 2012 
Reply Immortalhair
4:56 PM on December 16, 2012 
Ozone will make things worse, based on new research as of October 2012. The O3 when combined with the anaerobe bacteria will produce even more viscous pathogenic activity.