• Pediatric Dentistry – Possible Inadequacies

    The situation becomes especially disheartening when these pediatric dental visits result in fillings, root canals, extractions, or crowns. This view of dental health unfairly shunts the underprivileged and disenfranchised masses that constitute our beloved world. Are their children therefore destined to a life of rampant tooth decay? Not in the slightest! Let us examine why. Some of the points we will discuss are preventative dental visits and procedures, tooth brushing with fluoride toothpaste, and sugary drinks that cause tooth decay due to their local presence in the mouth.

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  • Sugar Alcohols and Tooth Decay

    There is much confusion surrounding our love affair with all things sweet. One question many ask is whether sugarless or sugar-free foods and beverages are always safe for your teeth.

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  • Mounting Environmental Mercury Concerns – But What About Our Mouths?

    Mounting concerns over the spread of harmful mercury has researchers all over the world embarking on urgent studies of plants and animals. But what about the long overdue studies needed to get an accurate picture of the poisoning caused by mercury fillings still routinely placed in the human mouth?

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  • Type 2 Diabetes Epidemic in Children; Dentistry and Tooth Decay

    Many health officials are alarmed at the growing rate of type 2 diabetes in U.S. kids aged 10 to 17 - some are even referring to it as an epidemic.

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  • Sickenly Sweet, Part 3: Saccharine

    If you have perused this site or, even better, read Ramiel Nagel’s Cure Tooth Decay, you know that refined sugar is bad for your teeth not because it “sticks” to them as conventional dentistry would have you believe, but through changes in blood chemistry.

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  • Toddler Diet, Not Brushing Secret, to Preventing Decay

    It’s an alarming trend in the United States, Canada and Australia -- our youngest children are suffering from a significant rise in tooth decay - some severe enough to “require” surgery under general anesthesia.

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  • Cavitiy Rates in Young Children Are Rising

    When young children arrive at the dentist with multiple cavities or severe tooth decay, they are usually subjected to invasive treatments and may be placed under general anesthesia. There appears to be a growing concern that the dental health of children is taken more seriously, yet the the reports state that many parents are not properly caring for their children's teeth.

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