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    Re: Dentist says I have disease in my gums/jaw.....

    Falling out on its own still won't clean out the infected ligament and bone tissue in the socket.

    Most areas of the body heal by themselves. Tooth sockets don't have enough blood and lymph flow,...
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    Re: Dentist says I have disease in my gums/jaw.....

    I'd suggest you look into the two books that I listed in Post #36, above.

    Leaving infected tissue in the mouth, even if (especially if) it's hidden well below the gum line and is no longer causing...
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    Re: Dentist says I have disease in my gums/jaw.....

    In other words, what I was saying here was that these two book show that oral infections, deep in the tooth sockets, are the primary cause of many chronic diseases. I now think I was wrong to claim...
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    Re: Dentist says I have disease in my gums/jaw.....

    It's mostly a long rant, but fun to listen to, and quite accurate, by David Kennedy, against the hydrofluosilicic acid, which is the "fluoride" thats put in the majority of water supplies in the US....
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    Re: Dentist says I have disease in my gums/jaw.....

    Here are two key books to read on the topic of this thread:

    Dr William Nordquist's The Silent Saboteurs - Unmasking Our Own Oral Spirochetes As the Key to Saving Trillions in Health Care Costs
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