I was wondering if you could please help me with a tooth question. I was supposed to go to a dentist appointment today, but had a gut feeling and canceled. A month prior, I made two appointments (one for today and one for Wednesday). When I called to ask some questions about the appointment, the receptionist told me the dentist would be filling 4 decays (I did not realize I had 4 decays), and that also part of the appointment would be to remove an old mercury filling and put a composite in. I canceled for today, but still have the second appointment for Wednesday. Apparently the tooth decay is on the four back teeth (biting edge). I do not have any pain there. If I cancel my Wednesday appointment, the next available appointment won't be until November. I am very distraught because I do not want to damage my teeth by canceling the appointment, yet I am hesitant to go and wonder if there is a remedy that can cure this? Can you please let me know if you think that a homeopathic remedy can fix this issue with the decay in multiple teeth? And can you please let me honestly know if you think I should go for the fillings on Wednesday? I always prefer to take a more holistic approach, so any insight would be so appreciated. I just want to make sure I do the right thing.
Thank you so much.
stargirl1 on 2018-08-28
♥ anuj srivastava 11 months ago
They will help- but go to the dentist and get your teeth repaired.There is no way you can give “feedback” on decay as you
Cannot see the “decay”- it is seen on the X-ray.
By waiting you risk further decay and deeper filings that
May not work well if they have to be done too near to the nerve
Of the tooth .
Teeth require maintenance- and regular checkups and cleaning -
Cell salts can help make teeth , gums stronger
But they do not replace seeing the dentist.
[Edited by simone717 on 2018-08-28 14:19:31]
♥ simone717 11 months ago
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