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A root canal tooth caused me to develop ALS. Do you know of anyone who got ALS after dental work?
Mercury-amalgam fillings (mercury is a known nerve toxin) and root canals (there are billions of microorganisms in, around, and under root canal teeth) can cause disease.
Yikes...so sorry to hear that! I haven't heard of others getting ALS after dental work, but my husband suffered from some pretty terrible pain and a nasty infection after a dentist botched two of his root canals.
Thankfully, we found a much better dentist who was able to fix the damage done, and painkillers alongside antibiotics took care of the infection.
Oh, he was lucky the microorganisms just caused a local infection. But as a warning to everyone, the organisms still get into your bloodstream every time you bite down with those teeth, and then find their way to a susceptible part of the body. Denti
Oh yeah. I agree, he was extremely lucky, especially considering he tried toughing it out at first. He finally decided to take my advice and get it taken care of when a low fever set in. Mouth health is more important than a lot of people realize.
Many diseases actually begin in the mouth. It's worth using a Biological Dentist who is familiar with, accounts for how the organisms enter the bloodstream, and uses processes to minimize the dangers.
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