How to treat an abscessed tooth, page 1 of 5By Dr. Al Rowland
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You've got an abscessed tooth? Now, what do you do? Do you go to a dentist? What if you don't have a dentist? And, if you go to a dentist, do you really have to treat the adjacent root canal?
Alternative treatmentsHow can you treat an abscessed tooth?
Before you do anything else, consider an alternative treatment. Consider, for example, oil pulling before you subject yourself to one of the many dental tortures. Why? Because you can cure many of your dental disorders with the very simple and effective therapy of oil pulling.
Read up on the subject of oil pulling, and you might find the dental testimonials are truly amazing. The effect of oil pulling is pretty quick. In one week or so you can tell if it's helping. And then you can avoid a whole variety of invasive dental procedures.
So, how can you treat an abscessed tooth? Try an alternative therapy first, for example oil pulling, when you're about to treat an abscessed tooth.
But large chunks of my teeth are already missing!How can you treat an abscessed tooth?
Stop focusing on your tooth structure. Please keep in mind that, if you lose any of your teeth, it'll be due to your intake of refined sugar, sugary foods and poor oral hygiene — not to the chunks of teeth that have fallen out, chipped out, or are currently missing.
So, how can you treat an abscessed tooth? Stop focusing on your tooth structure when you're about to treat your abscessed tooth.
Dentists and cash grabsHow can you treat an abscessed tooth?
Watch out for dentists who want to sell you expensive dental procedures. The higher the price, the more irreversible the procedure, the more you should question his (or her) advice.
So, how can you treat an abscessed tooth? Watch out for pushy dentists when you're about to treat an abscessed tooth.
Do you have to do the root canal?How can you treat an abscessed tooth?
Find a dentist who will drain the abscess. When we're talking about "draining the abscess", we're not talking about any root canal treatment. Stop concentrating on the root canal treatment. Why? Because, chances are, there is nothing wrong with your root canal.
So, how can you treat an abscessed tooth? When you're about to treat an abscessed tooth, think twice before agreeing to any root canal treatment. ...More >>
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