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What Causes Tooth Decay? Learn The Truth Now!

​​Finally, learn what causes tooth decay. Discover how dentists make ​a fortune by treating symptoms ​instead of teaching prevention. Find out how common dental practices cause serious conditions including cancer. And get tips on how to prevent oral disease with natural remedies!

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​The Dental Industry Fraud

We have exposed the corrupt medical industry many times on this blog. Few people know that dentistry is as fraudulent as the pharmaceutical profession.

The dental industry is all about drill, fill and bill. Its only purpose is to make as much money as possible. That is why they treat symptoms instead of preventing diseases in the first place. Many oral diseases are preventable.

dentist operation

​The dental industry is all about drill, fill and bill

If dentists taught people how to stop oral disease naturally, they would go out of business. Dental operations are not only ineffective but also dangerous and may even cause cancer.

In this blog post, I’m going to expose the dental profession. Before I can reveal the corruption of the dental industry, you need to know how oral diseases occur. After you grasp this, you will understand why their procedures are not only dangerous but also unnecessary.

So let's learn how your teeth work.

​The Anatomy Of Your ​Teeth

The most basic purpose of your teeth is to chew food, so your body can start the digestive process. The average person has 32 teeth in varying shapes and sizes.

You have salivary glands in your cheeks and under your tongue. Salivary glands secrete digestive enzymes while you are chewing. The saliva aids the breakdown of the food.

Inside your tooth, you have a pulp chamber, also known as a root canal. It has blood vessels, cells, connective tissues, and nerves. Nutrients travel from the bloodstream to the dental fluid via the root canal.

The roots of the teeth connect the teeth to the jawbone. They have a layer of cementum, a mineralized collagen tissue. There is an opening at the tip of the root that runs through the cementum. It connects the tooth to the blood flow and the surrounding tissues.

anatomy of tooth

​Anatomy of ​a tooth, picture by K. D. Schroeder

Thousands of small ligaments attach the tooth to the jawbone. They provide the tooth with a cushion and act as a shock absorber that allows the tooth to move slightly.

Healthy gums provide a natural barrier against more than four hundred microorganisms. The epithelium, the skin in the mouth, is only one cell thick. Its purpose is to keep toxins, bacteria, and infections from entering the body.

The gums cover the roots and ligaments and hold the teeth upright in their sockets. They contain thousands of microscopic connective filaments.

A well-made turtleneck sweater will keep you warm, cozy, and protected from the cold. Your gums do the same thing for your teeth.The sulcus is the area where the gum and the tooth meet.

The outermost layer of the tooth is the enamel. It builds up and breaks down all day and night. Under a microscope, the enamel looks like a honeycomb.

Dentine is the protective mineralized layer of living tissue that supports the enamel. Odontoblasts are connective tissue cells on the outer surface of the pulp chamber. They carry nutrients from the blood into the dentine.

There is a relationship between the mouth and the metabolism of the rest of the body. Each tooth connects to specific organs and glands via the bloodstream and meridians.

​​​Our Teeth ​​Are Part Of The Meridian System

Our organs and glands connect to our teeth through the meridian system. Meridians are energy channels that go through the body. They transport chi (energy) that link the teeth to the unified field of the body. Our bodies work much like a computer.

​Every computer has many circuits that transport electricity to other parts of the device. ​A damaged chip ​can bring down the whole system and make it impossible to boot the computer.

anatomy of the teeth

​Click to see the tooth/organ link

Each tooth relates to different meridian paths. ​The bicuspids share one meridian, and the molars share another and so forth. You can disrupt the meridians anywhere in the body.

So let's look at the different stages of oral disease and ​what causes tooth decay.

​The Three Stages Of Oral Disease

Most of us learned to brush our teeth and visit the dentist twice-a-year. By the time you were a teenager, you may have already had cavities and other dental issues.

We were not set up for successful oral care as children. The reason for this is that our parents, and dentists, don't know how to care for and feed our teeth and gums. Even if we brushed, flossed, and went to the dentist every six months as prescribed, we still got cavities.

Cariosis is the initial stage of oral disease. It derives its name from the word "caries," which means cavities. A cavity is an infection in the tooth. You should think of it as an open wound, a hole in the enamel.

sad teeth

Cariosis is the initial stage of oral disease

The next stage of oral disease is gingivitis, a disorder or infection of the gums. You know you have gingivitis when your gums start to become sore, tender and bleed easily.

Periodontosis is the final stage of dental disease. Another name for it is periodontal disease or pyorrhea. Periodontosis causes infection, loose teeth, and bad health. At least half of the population has periodontal disease.

So what is the real reason behind these conditions? Continue to the next section to learn the answer.

​What Causes Tooth Decay?

A cavity is a symptom of a greater issue in oral health. Tooth problems are the result of acid-creating bacteria. They are one source of decay but not the sole cause.

Your mouth is a warm and inviting incubator. It is the perfect humid home for both beneficial and harmful bacteria. Bacteria feed on the food stuck in your mouth and then excrete their waste product. This forms biofilm, or plaque, that builds up on the teeth, the tongue, the cheek tissues, and the gums.

bacteria in teeth

​Bacteria feed on the food stuck in your mouth

You can't see plaque until it has built up many layers. Then it will be visible as an off-white or yellowish mat on the teeth. Often, you'll feel the plaque with your tongue before you ever see it in the mirror. It is a yucky feeling on your teeth.

Colonies of bacteria settle between the teeth and along the edges of the gums. As the colonies grow, plaque becomes tartar that hardens into calculus.

​Plaque, tartar, and calculus block the saliva from doing its job. Without that protective coating, the enamel weakens, and decay begins. Bacteria also affect the gums.

​Why You Have Gum Issues

The union of the gum and the tooth is one of the most critical areas to protect. Gums wrap around each tooth like a little turtleneck sweater. When there is decay or a buildup along the gum line, bacteria gets in, and the gum starts pulling away from the tooth.

This process is known as receding gums. Receding gums enable bacteria to reach a portion of the tooth that has no protective enamel. It also creates sensitivity to food and hot or cold temperatures.

The gums are a delicate tissue prone to inflammation. Problems occur as a result of improper brushing, poor nutrition, and other factors. The good news is that inflamed gums are one of the easiest issues to cure.   

gum and teeth

​The gums are a delicate tissue prone to inflammation

Bleeding gums and sensitive teeth can heal fast if you fix your oral hygiene. If you had an open wound on your hand, you would take care of it by keeping it clean and protecting it. The same is true for healing an injury in your mouth.

Instead of loose, dark, and unhealthy gums, you can have bright pink and healthy gums that do not bleed. Your gums are alive, and with proper care, they can regenerate.

Another thing that can lead to oral disease is when our saliva is compromised.

​How Your Saliva Attracts Oral Disease

Your saliva is vital to the function of your mouth. Healthy teeth exist in a sea of alkaline saliva. Your mouth is like a coral reef, and your teeth are the coral, surrounded by an ocean of alkaline saliva. Your teeth should bathe all day in a pH 7 solution to be healthy.

Your saliva can remineralize or demineralize your teeth depending on the quality of it. A higher concentration of bicarbonate ions helps maintain the alkalinity of saliva.

If saliva is too acidic, it dissolves the enamel on your teeth and attracts bacteria. The longer the mouth remains acidic, the more damage you can expect on the enamel.

tooth in coral reef

​Your mouth is like a coral reef, and your teeth are the coral, surrounded by an ocean of alkaline saliva

At night when we are sleeping, everything slows down, including the activity of the saliva. Odor-producing bacteria grow faster at night when there is less saliva and lead to bad morning breath. Stay well hydrated during the day to encourage good saliva production at night.

Our oral health is an indication of our overall health. Sick teeth are often caused by a toxic diet or too much stress.

​Your Diet Can Destroy Your ​Dental Health

Part of the decay process occurs internally not just externally. Our teeth draw nutrients from their roots as trees do. These nutrients come only from our diet.

You need vitamins and minerals to form new tooth tissues. Deficiencies in minerals force the body to take minerals from the teeth and bones. Your diet also affects your saliva’s alkalinity.

Humans get more dental problems when they eat processed and animal products. A poor diet makes our body more acidic.

Woman eating fries

Fast food and processed food are toxic to the body and the teeth

This acidic environment attracts germs. The problem is that they leave behind acids as waste products. These acids are what cause dental issues. Stress hormones like cortisol can also cause oral disease.

Teeth are alive and programmed to heal themselves. When we fix our dental issues, our mouths can begin to improve. Oral disease is unnatural and shouldn’t be a part of our lives.

So if dental diseases are preventable then why don't dentists teach us how to stop them? To understand this, you need to know how the corrupt dental industry works.

​The American Dental Association Is As Corrupt As Big Pharma

The American Dental Association is the authority in organized dentistry. It is this organization that tells dentists what to do when to do it, and how.

The ADA selects the men who will sit on the various state government boards and agencies. These people have a vested interest in dental procedures.

Dentists are only allowed to follow particular dental specialties accepted by the ADA. There is no specialty in preventive dentistry and never will as long as the ADA exists.  Dentists can't advertise for any specialty not recognized by the ADA.

American Dental Association logo

​The ADA protects dentists not consumers

Dr. Nara was a dentist that focused on preventive dentistry. He lost his dental license after he advertised in the Yellow Pages. His ad said:

"Specializing in Oramedics –For people with teeth who want to keep them."

That advertisement cost him his membership in the local state and ADA. It resulted in a twelve-month suspension of his license to practice in the state of Michigan. Dentists treat symptoms, not diseases.

Dentistry Is A Hardware Business

Dentists are not prevention-minded. They are disease-causing, not disease-curing. They make a living fixing symptoms just like doctors.

Dentistry is a hardware business. Your dentist can't make his living if he didn't sell all that hardware. The dental hardware business is a multi-billion dollar industry. Any industry that rakes billions of dollars each year will fight tooth and nail to survive.

Preventive dentistry threatens the existence of the hardware dentistry. Teaching people how to avoid dental disease kills the drill-and-fill hardware sales. It also destroys the sales of dentures.

As long as the industry makes billions by supplying hardware, there is no reason for them to change. Their profit comes from fixing symptoms while ignoring oral diseases.

dentist hardware

​Dentistry is a hardware business

The only protection you have from being a victim of the hardware racket is to learn more about it. The ADA and conventional dentists cannot exist without the ongoing dental disease.

If everyone learned how to avoid oral disease the dentistry as we know them today would be a thing of the past. For the ADA it's a matter of priorities. ​The income of dentists is more important than oral hygiene.

Dentists make the patient even sicker, so they can make more money. This system of treating symptoms creates a loop of appointments, medications, and surgeries. These procedures never fix the underlying cause of the imbalance.

So let's look at some standard dental practices that cause ill health in patients. Let's start by looking at root canals.

​What Is A Root Canal?

Dentists want to save the teeth as much as possible. They make most of their money from expensive dental procedures such as root canals. A root canal is a process of removing severe pain in a diseased tooth.

The dentist drills a small hole into the center of the tooth through the top or chewing surface. This allows limited access to the inner chamber of the tooth.

From this chamber, a pathway called a canal runs to the tip of the root, which is the entry point for the vessels. Each chamber has nerve, lymph and blood vessels.

The dentist then removes the content within the roots of the tooth. Modern dentists try to sterilize the canal of the tooth during the root canal procedure. They do this to ensure that bacteria are not left behind.

root canal process

​A root-canaled tooth is a dead tooth

For many years the most common material used to seal the canal was gutta-percha which they still use. Gutta-percha is a rubber-like substance that is easy to place into the tooth when the material is warm.

However, when it cools and sets for a few days, shrinkage occurs. The contraction allows bacteria to escape through the tip of the tooth.  

Some dentists are using a newer material called Biocalix. This material was once believed to kill the bacteria in the tubules. But we know that the bacteria begin to breed at a rapid rate after a year.

Some dentists use lasers, hoping the procedure will kill the bacteria that way.  Biocalix and laser treatment of root canals seemed promising at one time. But we now know it is not a long term or permanent solution.

Root canals can still cause infections.

Root Canals Cause Infections

Most dentists believe that you can sterilize a tooth and keep the germs astray. The problem is that the tooth has miles of tiny tubules. Tubules run along to the canals and are impossible to clean without proper blood flow.

The diameter of the tubules is large enough for twelve to thirteen bacteria to fit side by side. But it is too small for even one white blood cell.

sad tooth

Root canals attract germs

Anaerobic bacteria (bacteria that live without oxygen) are capable of multiplying and finding a way to escape. Antibiotics can't kill the germs because there are no blood vessels left. Even if you could sterilize the canals and remove the germs, you can still cause energy blockages.

​The Reason Why Root Canals Cause Symptoms

Imagine that someone removed the blood supply and nerves in your arm and filled it with plastic. Would you keep your non-vital, stuffed, dead limb? Most people would say no.

Root canals are the only medical procedure that hollows an organ out, stuffs it and leaves it in your body. Electricity cannot flow through dead tissue. It is like putting a dead battery in your phone and expecting it to work.

circuits in the body

​The energy in the body can't flow through a dead ​tooth

All teeth ​sit on meridian pathways. A dead tooth can cause a blockage on the meridian. This blockage prevents the free flow of energy to all the organs on that meridian. 

Any substance on the tooth can block the electric current on that meridian. Have you ever bought a watch where the batteries were not inserted? Manufacturers often put a plastic film on the battery so that the device can't use electricity.

When you remove this plastic bit, the device can receive power from the battery. In this case, the plastic was the dead tissue or energy block.

Energy blockages can cause many different symptoms.

Common Symptoms Of Root Canals

Root canals are unnecessary and dangerous. People that have breast cancer often have root ​canals on the same side of the body as the tumor. Some symptoms related to bacteria from root canals include:

  • ​Arthritis
  • ​Breast tumors
  • ​Iritis
  • ​Torticollis
  • ​​Pernicious anemia
  • ​Neuritis
  • ​Sinusitis
  • ​Hypertension
  • ​Heart valve problems
  • ​Gall bladder disease
  • ​Nephritis
  • ​Cystitis
  • ​Colitis
  • ​Migraines
  • ​Atherosclerosis
  • ​Thyroid disease

​Another problem with a root canal is that the tooth becomes brittle when there is no blood supply left. To prevent the tooth from fracturing at the gumline, a dentist can place a crown on top of the tooth. But that procedure can cost $550 - 1,500.

broken tooth

​Root canals can easily break

If the root canal fails, the surgery to fix it runs as high as $1,800. But this might not be the end. If all this fails, you have to pay for extracting the tooth.

Removing a root canal tooth can be challenging. The tooth becomes brittle without the blood supply. Root canal teeth often break into pieces during the extraction.  Removal of the tooth before the root canal would be much kinder to the body.

Many people recover from the ailments mentioned above when they extract their root canals.

​Patients ​Heal From Their Ailments When They Remove Their Root Canals​

Mark A. Breiner wrote the book Whole-body dentistry. ​In this book, he shared several patient healing stories after they removed their root ​canals. Here are some of them:

​Root Canal Removal Success Stories

Marge Finally Healed Her Sinus Infections


Marge had a root canal done on her upper right first molar. After this procedure, she had chronic sinus infections. She also felt constant pressure in the right cheek area.


Marge consulted Breiner about having the root-canaled tooth removed. The day after she removed the tooth her sinus pressure went away.


Josephine's ​Arthritis Healed After She Removed Her Root ​Canals


Josephine was 65 years old and in constant pain from arthritis. She needed strong medication to function. Josephine had been a healthy and active woman before her root canal. She then chose to have the root-canaled tooth and two other dead teeth removed. One month later, she was medication and pain-free.


​Doris Is Finally Free From Migraines After Removing Her Root Canals


Doris suffered from migraines for years. The medication helped but did not cure them. Acupuncture, herbs, massage, and natural remedies did not relieve her headaches either.


Doris came to Breiner to have her mercury fillings replaced. Removing the mercury helped other problems but did not relieve her migraines. She also had six root canals still left in her mouth. Doris later extracted these teeth, and her headaches vanished.

​Another dental procedure you need to avoid at all cost is amalgam tooth fillings.

​Amalgam Tooth Fillings Have 50% Mercury!

Amalgam tooth fillings first appeared in the United States in 1833. Many dentists opposed placing such a toxic metal in their patients’ mouths. Amalgam fillings contain about 50% mercury by weight, 35% silver, 13% tin, 2% copper and a trace of zinc. ​

​Mercury vapor can come off the dental fillings after you chew, brush or eat hot or acidic foods. The video below by Dr. Kennedy shows how easily mercury escapes from amalgam fillings.

The ADA claims that amalgam tooth fillings are safe. But mercury is not harmless. Mercury is the most toxic natural material on earth. Only plutonium is more toxic.

Toxic tooth fillings are the number one reason why people get sick after visiting the dentist. The vapor from mercury is the most poisonous and can pass via the lungs to the rest of the body. It also reaches the brain.

Mercury also has an adverse health effect on fertility and children. There is also a link between mercury toxicity and heart disease, Alzheimer’s and cancer.

So how toxic is mercury?

How Toxic Is Mercury?

The ADA believes that the only safe place to store mercury is in the mouth! You can't sell to over-the-counter products containing mercury.  

There are also strict regulations for disposing of mercury. ​Dentists get huge fines if they throw amalgam in​ the ​trashcan or flush it down the drain.

Instead, they have to put it in a sealed container and give it to a licensed waste company. The fillings are somehow safe inside the mouth but become toxic while outside it.

Dispersalloy, manufactured by Dentsply Caulk, is the most used amalgam. You can read the safety data sheet for Dispersalloy here.

Some statements you can find in this document is:  

“Danger Very toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.”

“...Do not allow Mercury to be released into streams or waterways.” 

mercury

Mercury is the most toxic natural material on earth, picture by Tavo Romann

Mercury is toxic in any amount. We measure mercury exposure in micrograms. One thousand micrograms equal one gram. There are about four trillion atoms of mercury in one microgram. And remember that only one single atom of mercury is toxic!

A four-foot fluorescent bulb (12.2 dm), contains about 8 milligrams of mercury. The average dental amalgam filling contains about 750 to 1000 milligrams of mercury. If you put this much mercury into a ten-acre lake(40 m2) you cannot eat the fish!

Some symptoms of mercury toxicity include:

  • ​Irritability
  • ​Loss of self-confidence
  • ​​​Lack of attention
  • ​Anger problems
  • ​Anxiety
  • ​​Insomnia
  • Loosening of teeth
  • ​​Bad breath
  • ​Leukoplakia
  • Stomatitis
  • Tissue pigmentation
  • Constipation or diarrhea
  • Gastrointestinal problems
  • ​Irregular pulse
  • Pain or pressure in the chest
  • ​​Dizziness
  • Fine tremors
  • Persistent cough
  • ​Breathing problems
  • Asthma
  • Sinusitis
  • Subnormal temperature
  • Muscle weakness
  • Dim or double vision
  • ​​Fatigue
  • Hypoxia
  • Anorexia
  • Hallucinations
  • ​Nervousness
  • ​Loss of memory
  • ​Lack of self-control
  • ​Depression
  • ​Drowsiness
  • ​Bleeding gums
  • Excessive salivation
  • ​Metallic taste
  • Gingivitis
  • ​Burning sensation in mouth or throat
  • Abdominal cramps
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • ​​Alterations in blood pressure
  • Chronic headaches
  • Ringing or noises in ears
  • ​Autism
  • Emphysema
  • Allergies
  • Rhinitis
  • Lymphadenopathy
  • Cold, clammy skin
  • Speech disorders
  • Anemia
  • Edema
  • Joint pains
  • Cancer

​​Any metal in the mouth can cause problems in the body even stainless steel. Metals act as a battery. The amount of electricity generated is quite small. But even a low electrical current can interfere with your brain or heart function.

Removing your tooth fillings can have a positive effect on your ​overall health.

The Correct Way ​To Remove Metal Tooth Fillings

You cannot treat cancer unless you also treat mercury, root canals, and cavitations. But you have to be cautious when you remove amalgam tooth fillings. Only let a biological dentist that knows what he is doing remove them.

dentist operation

Choose a biological dentist that provides protection during the removal of amalgam.

If the dentist doesn’t use the right procedures, you can get poisoned by mercury. After you have removed the mercury from your body, you still need to detox from the mercury present in your body. ​

​The Natural Dental Care Plan

​​Find out how to prevent oral disease naturally ​without a dentist!

Also, avoid vaccines and fish as they also contain mercury. Another toxic substance you should avoid is fluoride.

Fluoride Is Toxic To The Body

Fluoride is a waste product from the aluminum and fertilizer industry. Some states in America put fluoride in the municipal water supply. According to them, fluoride can prevent dental disease.

Adding fluoride to drinking water does not reduce or prevent tooth decay. Countries without fluoride in the water do not have more cavities than Americans.

fluorite crystal

​Fluoride from fluorite is toxic to the body

The fluoride acts as an enzyme inhibitor that interferes with cellular functioning. It has always been listed as a lethal poison in the Merck Manual. The only benefit of fluoride is its ability to kill bacteria. That is the reason we use it to kill rodents and insects.  

Taking just .5 to 1 milligram of fluoride per day may result in:  

  • ​Diarrhea
  • ​Black stools
  • ​Nausea
  • ​Loss of appetite
  • ​Weakness
  • ​​Sores in the mouth
  • ​Aching of bones
  • ​Stiffness
  • ​Skin rashes
  • ​Constipation
  • ​Stomach cramps or pain
  • ​Bloody vomit
  • ​Weight loss
  • ​Fainting
  • ​Unusual increase in saliva
  • ​Tremors
  • ​Eczema
  • ​Hives

​​Fluoride speeds up the aging process by inhibiting the production of enzymes. Fluoridated water can also decrease your thyroid activity. It removes iodine, a substance essential for proper thyroid function. Fluoride can also lower your IQ.  

Do you use fluoride toothpaste? Be prepared for an unpleasant surprise.

Why You Shouldn't Use Fluoride Tooth Paste

Most dentists tell us to brush our teeth two times a day and use fluoride toothpaste. Fluoride toothpaste does not prevent dental disease. Dental disease is part of a much bigger picture.

If toothpaste is the magic cleaner for our teeth, why is the incidence of cavities at an all-time high? And why do most brands of toothpaste come with a big warning label that reads, “may be harmful if swallowed”?

fluoride toothpaste

Fluoride toothpaste does not prevent dental disease

The chemicals used in commercial toothpaste are not the sorts of things you want in your mouth. These synthetic ingredients are more appropriate for industrial purposes than cleaning the mouth.

Brushing with these chemicals may be harmful to our health. The body may absorb the fluoride through the mouth’s mucous membranes. This is especially true if you have bleeding gums. We should not put anything in our mouth that we can't swallow.

Fluoride toothpaste is a scam to sell a useless byproduct. One way to a successful dental self-care is to stop using all commercial products.  

Make your own toothpaste with baking soda and salt.  To learn natural ways to improve your oral health, please refer to our handy guide below.

Summary

Our organs and glands connect to our teeth through the meridian system.​

A cavity is an infection in the tooth.

​Gingivitis is a disorder or infection of the gums.

Periodontosis is the final stage of dental disease.

Tooth problems are the result of acid-creating bacteria.

The gums are a delicate tissue prone to inflammation. Problems occur as a result of improper brushing, poor nutrition, and other factors.

Healthy teeth exist in a sea of alkaline saliva.

Humans get more dental problems when they eat processed and animal products.

​The ADA protects dentists not consumers.

Dentists get most of their profit ​from fixing symptoms while ignoring oral diseases.

A root canal is a process of removing severe pain in a diseased tooth.

Root canals can still cause infections and break.

A dead tooth can cause a blockage on the meridian.

Toxic amalgam tooth fillings are the number one reason why people get sick after visiting the dentist.

Mercury is the most toxic natural material on earth.

Fluoride is a waste product from the aluminum and fertilizer industry and is toxic to the body.

Fluoride toothpaste does not prevent dental disease.


​How ​To Fix Your Oral ​Health ​Naturally

​1. Eat a whole food plant-based diet

​2. ​Remove toxic tooth filings

​3. Cleanse your mouth with natural remedies

Action Steps

Teeth are more than just bones. The enamel, the dentine, the pulp, the blood vessels, the nerves, the saliva, and the gums are alive. They are living things with the ability to regenerate and heal.

You can see why it’s so important to keep the oral ​environment healthy. After reading this blog post you should now know what causes tooth decay.

One way to improve your oral health is to eat a whole-food plant-based diet and stop eating acidic foods. You should also remove your dental fillings and root canals. But please refer to a biological dentist before you do that.

Another thing you can do to improve your dental health is to clean your mouth with natural remedies.

Download The Natural Dental Care Plan to learn natural remedies you can use to improve your oral health. The methods used in this guide are cheap and effective. Get this guide now and fire your dentist for good!

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About the Author Simon Persson

Simon Persson is a holistic cancer blogger with a passion for natural health cures. When he is not blogging, he enjoys nature, cooking and learning about the latest gadgets on the market.

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