Abcess ToothI have an abcesses tooth. My dentist put me on antibiotics and set up an appointment with an endodontist for a root canal. I called my homeopath and he told me to take silica 6x, also garlic capsules and grapefruit seed extract as natural antibotics. This has worked very well for me. I have an appointment with my dentist tomorrow and am planning on asking him why I still need a root canal when I no longer have an infection. I do not see the need for a root canal now. I also am not able to pay for this procedure and would like to keep my teeth. I have a lot of dental problems: periodontal disease in the past and 2 other root canals, cavaties. I feel like there is something out there that I can be doing to improve my dental health besides flossing and brushing. Does someone out there know about dentistry? I am just starting to educate myself on the topic of dentistry so that I can be in better control of my dental health. Please Help Me!
BethH on 2005-11-01
I would suggest that you use Arnica 30c every night as this will increase the flow of blood in your body and to your teeth. It will also help you to sleep deeply.
The Arnica is best used in the water dose made by dropping 3 globules into a 500ml bottle of Spring water which you can get from the supermarket. After these globules dissolve you must shake or bang the bottle to ensure that you see the bubbles aerating the water which make the remedy more potent to help you.
Dose is 1 teaspoonful every night.
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