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Subject:         Re: Dental work - plaque
Date: September 7, 2013 at 4:57 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Dental work - plaque posted by Michael on September 7, 2013 at 12:48 am:


I think there are multiple variables at play here.

Unless we're among a very small minority raised on a healthy, natural dietary, chances are our teeth will have been compromised very early on & therefore what are our options? We either have all our teeth pulled (some elect to do this) or subject ourselves to the medical profession's patch-up work.
Our individual biochemistry & how we practice oral hygiene, if at all, are also factors.
And if unripe fruit is an important contributing factor, we have to pick our poison... if we cannot get fresh, ripe fruit & we forego consuming fruit, it might spare us some dental disease, but at what price? Some other disease state elsewhere in our body because what will we substitute it with? Are veggies & fats going to sustain us & keep us healthy?
But at least an oral irrigator is the least invasive of the dental 'tools' you speak of. You're just spraying water in your mouth to remove food particles still remaining after flossing.
I personally don't think fluoride is a good idea. A friend of mine has had good results rinsing with hydrogen peroxide but I myself am not comfortable with it.


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