97% of Terminal Cancer Patients Previously
had this dental Procedure…
Do you have a sickness that gets worse over time?
If so, have people told you, “It’s all in your head?“ Well, that might not be too far from the truth.
The cause of your illness might be in your mouth.
Scientists have been warning about the dangers of a popular dental procedure for more than 100 years, but almost every dentist will tell you it is completely safe.
In the US alone, 41,000 of these dental treatments are done every day on people who think they are fixing their problems safely and for good.
What kind of dental work is this? More than 25 million root canals are done yearly in this country.
Root-canaled teeth are basically “dead” teeth that can become silent homes for highly toxic anaerobic bacteria. These bacteria can, in certain situations, get into your bloodstream and cause a number of major health problems, many of which don’t show up for years or even decades. Most of these harmful teeth feel and look fine for a long time, which makes it harder to figure out how they cause systemic diseases. Sadly, most dentists don’t know about the real health risks they are putting their patients at, risks that will stay with their patients for the rest of their lives.
If it weren’t for a brilliant and innovative dentist named Weston Price, who made the connection between root canal treatments and disease over a century ago, the underlying cause of diseases linked to root-filled teeth may still be a hidden mystery today. Weston Price, considered by many as the greatest dentist of all time, first began to suspect the connection between root canal treatments and persistent infections when he observed that these infections persisted despite treatment.
In a groundbreaking experiment, Price removed a seemingly healthy root canal tooth from a woman and implanted it under the skin of a rabbit. The rabbit subsequently developed the same arthritis as the woman and died from the infection. However, the woman experienced a remarkable recovery from her arthritis after having the tooth extracted. This discovery led Price to conclude that it is impossible to sterilize a root-filled tooth and that many chronic degenerative diseases stem from these infected teeth.
Price documented his research in two influential books published in 1922, but unfortunately, his work was suppressed and dismissed by medical and dental professionals for 70 years.
It wasn’t until endodontist George Meinig recognized the importance of Price’s research that his work began to resurface.
Dr. Meinig spent 18 months studying Price’s research and eventually published a
comprehensive book called
“Root Canal Cover-Up” in 1993.
Your teeth are composed of the hardest substances in your body, with a soft living inner structure called the pulp chamber.
Surrounding the pulp chamber is the dentin, which is made up of living cells that secrete a hard mineral substance. The outermost layer of the tooth is the white enamel. Dentists are taught that each tooth has one to four major canals, but there are also numerous smaller accessory canals that are often overlooked. These accessory canals can stretch for miles and harbor microscopic organisms that can cause infections.
During a root canal treatment, the tooth is hollowed out and filled with a material called guttapercha, which seals off the tooth from its blood supply. However, the tiny tubules remain, providing a safe haven for bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics and the immune system. These bacteria can produce toxins and mutate into stronger and more virulent strains, leading to various chronic diseases.
Infections stemming from root-filled teeth can spread to surrounding tissues when the immune system is weakened. The presence of bacteria in these teeth has been linked to heart disease, kidney disease, arthritis, neurological diseases, autoimmune diseases, and possibly even cancer.
Dr. Robert Jones found a high correlation between root-filled teeth and breast cancer in his research.
The bacteria found in and around root-filled teeth are not the same as normal oral bacteria and can cause serious health issues. The Toxic Element Research Foundation (TERF) found bacterial contamination in 100% of root canal samples tested using DNA analysis. Different species of bacteria were identified, some of which can affect the heart, nerves, kidneys, brain, and sinuses.
The American Dental Association (ADA) rejects Price’s evidence and claims that root canals are safe without providing substantial research to support their claim. However, the ADA acknowledges that oral bacteria can cause life-threatening infections if they reach the heart.
The profitability of root canal treatments may be a reason why dentists, ADA,
and the American Association of Endodontists (AAE)
refuse to acknowledge the dangers of root canals.
To avoid a root canal treatment, it is recommended to prioritize your health over preserving a tooth.
If you already have a root-filled tooth, it is advisable to consider having it removed, even if it appears healthy. There are alternative options available, such as partial dentures, bridges.