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Loose tooth

What is the best remedy to strengthen a loose tooth? When I searched the remedy site, I came up with Mercurius Vivus. Yet it is such a broad remedy that it worries me to take it for a loose tooth. Also, as I look over the huge symptom list, I can see many other things that could also apply. Very confusing.
Thanks for any assistance you can give.
  Guest444 on 2008-07-24
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Calcium Flour 6x

Dr Tahira last decade
Dr. Tahira, thank you for your prompt reply. Are you saying that Merc. vivus would not work to tighten a loose tooth? It sure showed up strong on the self-diagnosis site. Thank you again for the recommendation of Calcium Flour 6x.
Guest444 last decade
Dear guest444,
pls try only Arnica Mont 200 daily one dose and Heckla Lava 3x is very very dependable drugs for strengthen a loose teeth.. ... try is for a month and report. me...

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Calc Flour is softening the bone . it will disolve the hard bony tumor ... means deposition of calcium will be removed by flouride.. means hard tumor and hard cyst will be removed by this calc flour... in homoeopathy but in other pathy they are used for strengthening the bone..

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Heckla Lava 3x gives very positive results.

Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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