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Success preserving dying Tooth Nerve?

I'm grateful to hear from anyone who has used homeopathy to successfully diminish swelling in a traumatized tooth nerve such that it does not lose its oxygen and die.

I've been told that my tooth nerve suffered irreversible trauma and that it's now dying and will need to be removed or have a root canal. If anyone has had success here I'd be very grateful. Thank you.
  tannsolo on 2014-09-29
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Homoeopathy can potentially cure any condition where there is hope, even the smallest sliver of hope. But there are times when the damage has gone too far. It is hard to know in your case if that is the situation. Orthodox medical specialists are usually far more pessimistic about such things, as they have no way to stimulate the body's own healing powers, which homoeopathy does.

I would say, that as long as there is still life, and if the reason it is happening can be cured, you would stand a chance of saving the tooth. In my own practice I have seen supposedly incurable complaints of all kinds cure under homoeopathic treatment.

Since treatment is highly individualised though, someone else's treatment (and therefore success) won't give you any direction for your own treatment. A practitioner must assess it and prescribe based on the total picture of your health.
[message edited by Evocationer on Mon, 29 Sep 2014 02:20:07 BST]
Evocationer 9 years ago
Thank you kindly for your reply, Evocationer.

I do know that each person's healing response is different; I was just wondering if anyone at all on this forum had had experience with healing a tooth nerve that a dentist had said needed to be removed. The pain is worse than I've felt in my life, and yet xrays don't show anything. Apparently the nerve is inflmaed, which blocks access to oxygen in tooth nerves (unlike other nerves in body), thus killing the nerve because it's in a confined space, and then leading to abcess, etc.

Would be grateful if anyone has personal experience with this. Many thanks and peace to all! T.
tannsolo 9 years ago
I have been practicing over 20 years. I can tell you homoeopathy can cure many things you will be told is incurable, irreparable, hopeless.

There is no reason to think seeing treatment immediately wouldn't save the tooth. I would suggest trying asap.
Evocationer 9 years ago
Many thanks.

I have reviewed the list of helpful suggestions for how to ask about remedies. If I write the list of specific symptoms as is suggested, would you be willing to help me with remedies? (Am new here. Not sure how things work, but seems like people are quite generous and helpful.)

Right now I am taking hypericum 30x and arnica 6x. I see that I may be totally off base but i hope i'm not making it worse at this point.
[message edited by tannsolo on Mon, 29 Sep 2014 06:10:36 BST]
tannsolo 9 years ago
I'd like to (quietly) follow this case too, as I have some teeth issues too.
bissi 8 years ago
Hi Bissi,

This case is not going on-
Last post was in Sept 2014.

As you can see he never got
a reply.
simone717 8 years ago
oh snap! Thanks again, just noticed the date :D
bissi 8 years ago
Just to update: I did end up having to have the tooth extracted. But my situation was extreme. If you are still walking, talking, sleeping and eating, your situation is not as far gone as mine and your tooth may be salvageable with immediate action. Best of luck :)
tannsolo 8 years ago
Nice of you to update Tannsolo-sorry you lost
the tooth.

Bissi-I see Rishimba is studying your case.
It is good sometimes to have a new person
retake the case,so my suggestion is please
stick with it as Rishimba is a very good


simone717 8 years ago
Hi Simone,

Thanks for checking. I'd follow your advice and stick with my new thread with Rishimba. I won't delete my old one, yet, as I may have to refer to it.
bissi 8 years ago
Just remember that it does not
work on here to be talking to
3 people at a time-(not your fault)

They put time in and they have
different approaches.
simone717 8 years ago

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