Say goodbye to root canals and dentures, the future of dentistry is here!
UPDATED 3rd Jan 2019
GROW NEW TEETH IN 2 JUST MONTHS WITH STEM CELL IMPLANTS
Say goodbye to root canals and denture, the future is here!
Scientists and modern day technology now have the ability to grow new teeth in all patient’s mouths. This is amazing news. For the many adults who end up losing a tooth, or multiple teeth during their lifetime, this is great news.
Up until now, the only options for a missing tooth are implants and root canal fillings, which can be very dangerous, with dentures being the other option if many teeth are effected. However, these two methods cause serious health problems.
Health issues associated with dental implants
What I am about to share with you is generally not known by most doctors and dentists. Fortunately, it is well-known by both alternative cancer doctors, as well as dentists who practice biological, or holistic, dentistry.
Unlike other dentists, practitioners of biological dentistry treat the teeth and jaw structures based on how it will affect the entire body and its organ systems. Dental problems such as cavities, infections, toxic or allergy-producing filling materials, root canal, and misalignment of the teeth or jaw can have far-reaching effects throughout the body.
Alternative health practitioners who are familiar with the principles of biological dentistry have long known about the link between dental problems and degenerative disease, including cancer. When there are problems in the teeth, mouth, or jaw they can block the energy flow along one, or more of the body’s energy pathways. In traditional Chinese medicine, these pathways are known as acupuncture meridians. When the flow of energy along one, or more of these meridians is blocked it will eventually lead to the deterioration of the organ or organ system that corresponds to the meridians that are affected by these various dental factors. Such deterioration, if left unchecked, can lead to cancer.
Dr. Josef M. Issels
One of the first physicians to recognize this fact was the late Dr. Josef M. Issels. Dr. Issels was the first physician to integrate conventional and alternative treatments into a comprehensive treatment program that not only focuses on the cancer cells and tumors, but also, with the same importance, on the entire regulatory repair and immune mechanisms of the cancer patient.
In over 40 years of treating terminal, end-stage cancer patients Dr. Issels found that 97% of them had root canals. So convinced was he of the link between root canals and the problems they caused that he would not begin his treatments until all root canals had been removed from his patients. And his treatments were generally always successful.
Dr Weston Price
As he began his medical career, one of his early influences was the work of Dr. Weston Price, DDS, a leading holistic dentist whose research dates back to the early 20th century. Dr. Price was the first dentists to warn of the bacteria that is in and around root canals. According to Price, the primary bacteria found in root canals include streptococcus, staphylococcus, and spirochetes, all of which can have a very serious impact on your body’s immune system. A weakened immune system, in turn, can cause cancer. In addition, these bacteria, once it enters the blood stream, travels to organs and tissues, causing further harm.
Rather than acknowledging Dr. Prices pioneering work in this area, the American Dental Association (ADA) claims that his research is outdated. But modern testing methods using DNA analysis now confirm Dr. Price’s research.
90% of Breast cancer patients have dental issues
The work of past doctors and dentists such as Dr. Issels and Dr Price continues to be improved upon by a growing number of health experts today, such as my friend Dr. Huggins. Another expert in this area is Dr. Thomas Rau, MD, the Medical Director of the Paracelsus Clinic in Switzerland. Dr. Rau has found that in approximately 90% of the breast cancer patients he has treated have had some type of dental problem, contributing to their condition.
“Each tooth relates to an acupuncture meridian”, Dr. Rau explains.
This means a problem in a tooth can focus its energy imbalance elsewhere in the body, in this case his patients’ breasts. Dr. Rau has created a dental chart that maps out the precise relationship between teeth, meridians, and illnesses, including cancer. The breast, for example, lies on the stomach meridian. This means that if you have a problem (such as a root canal, or jaw infection) in or around the teeth situated on this meridian, said problem can block the flow of energy along the pathway of the stomach meridian, causing degeneration and eventually cancer.
Not only that, but Like Dr. Issels before him, Dr. Rau has also found that such dental factors can also be involved in the development of other cancers. Dentures can be very uncomfortable and make eating difficult, leaving nuts and grains out of the diet. Also, they can cause gum and mouth irritation or infections.
Stem cells can solve these issues
By growing a new tooth in the location where one lost a tooth, all issues associated with implants, or dentures simply vanish. This is a much-needed medical advancement, especially considering that by age 74, 26% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth.
“A new technique pioneered at the Tissue Engineering, and Regenerative Medicine Laboratory of Dr. Jeremy Mao, Edward V. Zegarelli Professor of Dental Medicine, and a professor of biomedical engineering at Columbia University can orchestrate the body’s stem cells to migrate to a three-dimensional scaffold that is infused with the growth factor. This can yield an anatomically correct tooth, in as soon as nine weeks once the implant is in place.
Why Don’t More Dentists Treat Root Canal Bacteria?
Most dentists and doctors fail to consider root canals and other dental factors as risk factors for various illnesses, including cancer. One reason for this lack of awareness is the fact that pockets of bacterial infection can exists under the teeth and be undetectable using screening methods such as X-rays.
This is especially true for teeth that have had root canals. These infections can persist for years without either the patients’ or their doctors’ and dentists’ knowledge. Compounding this problem is the fact that bacteria and other toxins that can build up in root canals can be very difficult to eliminate. As a result, just as mercury vapors from amalgam fillings continually leech out to be absorbed by the body’s tissues and organs, so too do harmful bacteria and related toxins leak out from root canals and the gums in general, to depress immune functions. Left untreated, these unhealthy microorganisms can wreak havoc in the body.
Root canals kill teeth and leave bacteria free to multiply
There is an estimated 3 miles of micro-canals within a single root-canalled tooth, according to George E. Mening, DDS, author of the book Root Canal Cover-Up. That is an incredibly wide area for bacteria to set in. Once bacteria gains a foothold inside a compromised tooth, (teeth that have been given a root canal are for all practical purposes “dead,”; this fact is something else that many dentists don’t share with their patients), they can’t be killed by antibiotics because such drugs cannot penetrate into the affected tooth. This leaves the bacteria free to migrate down into other areas of the body where they can set the stage for a variety of crippling degenerative diseases, including cancer.
According to Dr. Mao: “Key consideration in tooth regeneration is finding a cost-effective approach that can translate into therapies for patients who cannot afford, or who are not suitable candidates for dental implants…. “Cell-homing-based tooth regeneration may provide a distinct pathway toward clinical translation.”
In other words, it may be a less expensive process.
However, one thing that is known for sure is that it is far less invasive.
“Dental implants usually consist of a cone-shaped titanium screw with a roughened or smooth surface and are placed in the jaw bone. While implant surgery may be performed as outpatient procedure, healing times vary widely, and successful implantation is a result of multiple visits to certified clinicians, including general dentists, oral surgeons, prosthodontists, and periodontists.”
Mexican Dentist found dead
One Dentist in Puebla Mexico was using stem cells to grow new teeth 3 years ago, we were all very excited to see this technology which was fast growing. Sadly, he was found dead at home, the death was recorded as a suicide.
His family were also threatened and forced to hand over documentation and files. His computers were also taken as the equivalent of the Mexican FDA raided his practice. The news went unreported in the mainstream media and the family were too frightened to do anything. My heart goes out to the family.
But of course this technique could never be hidden too long, as others had witnessed the advancement in stem cells and today this technique is now being used successfully and more widely.
It might just be me, but the thought of a titanium screw anywhere near anyone’s mouth gives me the shudders.
Use your own Stem cells
Lastly, you don’t have to wait to get a stem cell treatment with your own stem cells! Stem cells can still help your teeth without a direct stem dental implant. You can receive a stem cell treatment by multiplying your own stem cells.
Aside from being the most convenient stem cells to access, dental stem cells have significant medical benefits in the development of new medical therapies. Using one’s own stem cells for medical treatment means a much lower risk of rejection by the body and decreases the need for powerful drugs that weaken the immune system, both of which are negative but typical realities that come into play when tissues, or cells from a donor are used to treat patients.
Dental Stem cells are very powerful
Further, the stem cells from teeth have been observed in research studies to be among the most powerful stem cells in the human body. Stem cells from teeth replicate at a faster rate and for a longer period of time than stem cells harvested from other tissues of the body. Stem cells from teeth show great promise for future regenerative medical treatments of neurodegenerative diseases, heart disease, diabetes, bone diseases and brain and nerve injuries.
Stem cells in the human body age over time and their regenerative abilities slow down later in life. The earlier in life that your family’s stem cells are secured, the more valuable they will be when they are needed most.
Yet the good news is that age does not seem to play a major factor. All extracted healthy teeth contain stem cells. But, the younger you are then the younger the cells and these may be more beneficial in future regenerative therapies.
Save your Dental Stem cells
There is an abundance of these cells in baby teeth, wisdom teeth and permanent teeth. The stem cells contained within teeth are capable of replicating themselves and can be readily recovered at the time of a planned dental procedure. Living stem cells found within extracted teeth were routinely discarded every day, but now, with the knowledge from recent medical research, your Doctor could provide you the opportunity to save these cells for future use in developing medical treatments for your family. This procedure is known as cryopreservation
Cryopreservation from teeth has many advantages:
Accessible The stem cells contained within teeth are recovered at the time of a planned procedure, such as the extraction of wisdom teeth, baby teeth or other healthy permanent teeth.
Affordable When compared with other methods of acquiring and preserving life saving stem cells (eg Peripheral blood, Bone Marrow, Cord blood etc) recovering Stem Cells from teeth is the most affordable and least invasive.
Convenience The recovery of stem cells from teeth can be performed in the doctor’s office anytime when a healthy tooth is being extracted.
Ease of Use The recovery of stem cells from teeth does not add any additional time on to a planned procedure. Your doctor does not require any additional equipment or training.
Any extracted tooth with a healthy pulp contains stem cells. Wisdom teeth, baby teeth and other permanent teeth i.e. healthy teeth that are fractured and teeth recommended for extraction for orthodontic purposes are all candidates for stem cell recovery and cryopreservation.
The more the merrier
So is one tooth enough or should you try to bank as many teeth as possible?
Diseases of different severity or tissue defects of different size will undoubtedly require different amounts of stem cells to heal. Conceptually, the more teeth are banked, the greater the potential for sufficient stem cells to treat various diseases.
Although this treatment is not offered by many practitioners it is certainly on the increase. Mexico has been leading in dentistry and stem cell implants thus far. We hope that this treatment will soon be available worldwide, but have in mind that the dental mafia is very much against this treatment due to the vast loss of revenue.
Imagine a future where people will no longer have fillings, but be able to opt for the use of their own stem cells, no more implants. But do not be surprised if this technology is further suppressed.
Love and light
Amanda Mary Jewell and The Healing Oracle team
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