Are Your Root Canals Causing Your Cancer?

Has your doctor talked to you about your dental history? If the answer is “no”, then it’s time to consider getting a new doctor.

In 2007 Dr. Levy and Dr Huggins studied over 5000 root canal patients. Every one of them was taken to the lab and tested.  Dr. Levy said that every single one had toxins coming out of it “more toxic than botulism.”

Dr. Josef Issels M.D. was a famous German cancer doctor. Dr Issels said that in his 40 years of treating cancer patients, 97% of his patients had root canal-filled teeth.  Dr. Issels insisted that they get these teeth removed before he began their cancer treatment.


Why is the root canal potentially causing cancer?

When the nerve and pulp of the tooth is removed by doing the root canal, it is replaced with an inert substance – usually the rubber-like “gutta percha.  The dentist ATTEMPTS to sterilize the tooth before the gutta percha is inserted in the “root canal.”  Dr. Levy explained that it was physically impossible to completely sterilize the canal and micro tubules.

Bacteria build up in tiny tubules in the dentin of the tooth. It is impossible to sterilize these tubules. These bacteria become toxic and put out a gas called “Thio-ethers”, which easily make their way through the enamel of the tooth down through the roots into the bloodstream. These toxins travel through the body causing all sorts of havoc, including cancer.


What can be done about existing root canals?

Research has shown that extraction may not be a popular choice but it’s usually the better choice. Experts have stated that root canal teeth are feeble, and a root can easily break off during extraction.  If this happens the dentist has no choice but to go get it. You should authorize them to do so in advance, so they don’t leave any pieces in the jaw bone. Having all the pieces of the dead tooth removed are crucial.


What do experts say we should do to replace the missing tooth?

A dental bridge is a safe way to replace a missing tooth.  A dental bridge attaches to existing teeth and spans the space of a missing tooth/teeth.  A dental bridge is a little more tedious to maintain than a natural tooth. A water pick can be used to its underside.

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In conclusion:

Getting your root canals taken care of will not guarantee that you will be cancer free, but your teeth could be the ROOT cause of your cancer. And getting them fixed could set you on a path to becoming cancer free.


References:

https://beatcancer.org/blog-posts/root-canals-and-cancer/

https://www.orawellness.com/i-have-a-root-canal-what-are-my-options/

https://www.animated-teeth.com/root_canal/t9_root_canal_alternatives.htm

 

 

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