The images below illustrate the reason behind the great intuitive fear most people have of going to the dentist. It gives you an inkling of just how dangerous conventional dentistry is and the long-term damage it does to your body.
These problems are pain-free and so people are completely unaware that they most likely have one or more of these extremely toxic issues in their teeth and/or jaw bone.
This chronic poisoning is ultimately the reason behind chronic disease. Sometimes these dental issues do not trigger an illness, but can burden the body to such an extent that any (even slight) stress, such as divorce, death of a loved one, job loss, accident, chemical poisoning etc. pushes the body over the edge allowing the chronic disease to manifest.
The full story on the dangers of conventional dental practices and how eliminating these life threatening toxins reverses chronic diseases can be read in the book Toxic Dentistry Exposed.
A large, soft, infective mass attached to the roots of the extracted root-treated tooth.
A root-filled tooth showing build-up of bacteria in mucilaginous coating around the root tip and sides. This tooth was pain-free, but a major source of toxins.
No root filling could reach the infection between the roots of this tooth.
An infected ‘blob’ of tissue on a typical root-filled tooth. Note the root-filling material poking through the root on the right.
The gum has been peeled back and the soft bone scraped away. No drills were used to open the bone. The cavitation hole is approximately the size of a medium grape. The teeth were extracted 10 years previously.
The infected tissue was removed from the bone where an apicectomy had been done.
This is a typical amalgam filling that has expanded with age and cracked the tooth. The filling has stayed in place, but it has expanded forcing one complete side of the tooth to break off.
Mercury vapour from a 22-year-old amalgam filling after being rubbed by an eraser. (Courtesy of www.IAOMT.org).