Flossing may not be something you love to do, but it makes real sense if you love yourself and your teeth – and it’s also a great idea if you don’t want rotting food particles in your mouth when you kiss your significant other. If you have oral health issues or think you might, call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569 for a FREE oral health consultation.
You can have fun flossing and, well, doing a lot of other things that start with F – like flower arranging. But flossing is the only F word that can help you keep your teeth and keep them healthy. See how you’re doing when you call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569 and come in for your free oral health consultation.
Have you ever bought a perfectly ripe avocado and then found out it was actually perfectly rotten inside? Tooth decay can start from the inside and work its way out, and we can’t see it if we don’t take safe, low-radiation digital x-rays. Skipping them is a rotten thing to do. For a free oral health consultation, call Brighton Dental San Diego at (619) 359-6569.
Sure, genetics and environment play a role, but teeth can often last a lifetime if you take care of them – because just like all your other parts, they’re made to last. Fillings, root canals, extractions and more are available when they don’t, however. For a free oral health consultation to see what your mouth needs, call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569.
Eating sweets isn’t necessarily always a bad thing. A modest portion of something sweet and satisfying can lead to pleasure that makes your life better – just remember to brush and floss after eating, no matter what you eat. It’s the wise thing to do. For a free oral health consultation to see if your sweet tooth has caused you any damage, call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569.
You could have dental disease and not know about it until… your teeth decay, your gums start to bleed, your breath starts to smell – or until you visit a dental office for a free consultation and see where you stand. For an honest free oral health consultation and advice on what to do next, call Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569.
A root canal tooth is a tooth that’s dead. However, despite being dead, there are a lot of things that go on inside the tooth and what is inside can escape through the roots to the circulatory system. In particular, toxic metabolic waste from pathogens remaining inside the tooth play a part in causing systemic health conditions. This documentary discusses how root canal tooth can lead to systemic diseases by highlighting Frazer Bailey’s story on how he suffered and eventually got relief after finding the root cause.
Frazer, an Australian filmmaker, was once involved in a fight immediately after graduating from high school. During the fight, a number of his front and back teeth were damaged, and one of his injured front teeth needed a root canal procedure. The treatment went well, and everything was fine. However, after some time, Frazer started getting chronic fatigue and panic attacks, and his health began to fall apart. Therefore, he embarked on a journey to try and find answers for his health problems. He tried many things, including conventional medicine, nutritional supplements, spiritual cures, and alternative medicine, but none of them solved his health issues. After a lot of struggle, he came to learn that his health problems originated from the root canal tooth. Therefore, he addressed the “root cause’ and returned to health.
From Frazer’s story and views from experts who have studied this link between infections and systemic health problems, we learn that root canal tooth is usually dead but preserved. The documentary goes on to explain why dental roots harbor bacteria despite undergoing the routine disinfection. To make the matter worse, the tooth is completely sealed hence your body’s immune system cannot fight any infection. Unfortunately, you cannot know that the tooth is infected because its nerves were removed in the procedure.
It is known that the meridian system energetically connects our teeth and gums to the rest of our body, and so does circulation connect our organs and tissues. Therefore, toxins from the bacteria inside the teeth can get into the blood circulation via the roots in the jawbone, causing infections and other health problems.
The experts noted that root canal tooth has been linked to several health conditions including heart disease, cancer, chronic fatigue, autoimmune disorders, stroke, and others. In the film, the experts talk about some of their patients who had gone through the same struggle as Frazer. In one case, a student had developed kidney and bladder infections as a result of the root canal procedure. In another case, a woman developed acute back pain which disappeared when the dentist desensitized the nerve.
New knowledge takes time to be accepted and adopted. This documentary seeks to shed light on the relationship between root canal teeth and systemic health problems to help dentists and patients prevent such health conditions. In addition, more and more studies have found that pathogens or toxins in the tooth can cause problems elsewhere in the body.
Actually, baking soda, vinegar, peroxide, lemon juice and other natural choices can help eliminate staining on your teeth – and so can hydrogen peroxide, which is available over the counter. But since your teeth are so important, leave teeth whitening to the professionals – like the team at Brighton Dental San Diego, offering a free consultation when you call (619) 359-6569.
While a white shirt might be ruined if you spill red wine, coffee or any one of many other things on it, your teeth are bit more forgiving. Brush and floss immediately after consuming staining foods to reduce the chance of discoloring your teeth – and get a regular cleaning to polish away what you miss. Let’s talk about teeth whitening and more at your free consultation with Brighton Dental in San Diego, available by calling (619) 359-6569.
No matter what kind of tooth-brusher you are, consistently doing it and doing it well is the key to great dental health. So brush – AND floss – at least twice a day for excellence no matter your style. Learn more and see how you’re doing at a free oral health consultation, available by calling Brighton Dental in San Diego at (619) 359-6569.