Thuja Occ for cavity in wisdom toothI see that one of the indications for thuja is a cavity that develops at the gumline on the side of a tooth.
I happen to have had a cavity develop rather quickly (between dental visits - I have only ever had one other cavity in my life - very good teeth thankfully) on the cheek side of my lower left wisdom tooth.
As I read through thuja's other indications I am considering the fact that my skin keratinizes a little bit (not a lot and the dermatologist verified it as keratinization and not warts) and that my lower back when it begins to itch it itches uncontrollably - it is better if I don't even start itching it! There were a few other things the rang a bell.
My main concern is the remineralizing of this wisdom tooth, however, so that it does not need to be removed. Incidentally, I have already instituted a few dietary changes as well.
I happen to have thuja 30c already at home. I do not want to take too high a potency. Any experience with this particular issue would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
[Edited by mleibac on 2018-08-13 16:00:41]
mleibac on 2018-08-12
♥ kadwa last year
[Edited by mleibac on 2018-08-15 19:13:00]
mleibac last year
If you have warts Thuja should work.
If you are not comfortable with conventional approach of life Merc should work.
If you are person that reach out to others Phos should do.
If you have pain while using tooth Staphysagria may help.
This is how the remedies are to be differentiated. There are no side effects.
♥ kadwa last year
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