Ways to Heal Teeth: Organic, Metaphysical, Energetic, etc.

I have a small cavity for the first time at nearly age 30, plus some small recessions of the gums. What methods can I use to heal my teeth, and more broadly, what are some methods to heal the body that are not commonly known & advocated?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Oil pulling once a day 15 min, started doing it years ago cause of a cavity, pain/smell/taste were gone in two days, my teeth are strong and clean and i haven't been to a dentist in years.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

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    This song holds a deep and fundamental esoteric meaning understood by few. Perhaps it may guide your path. Embibe your mind in it's healing energetic harmony and be renewed with minty freshness.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I definitely needed this; here is a similar mantra that may raise your harmonic vibrations:
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  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Thank you, anons.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just scrub the shit out of it while brushing.

    I had a large section of decay on the outside of a molar that I only found when a piece of gum made it sting and bleed. I kept mindful of it for about 1.5 years, went out of my way to make sure no food got stuck there (ngl I only brush at night, I really didn't do anything extra), rinsed with water after corrosive shit like carbs. Dentist wouldn't even pick at it and always asked if it was hurting (I lied), so I figured it was fricked. It was ugly to look at in mirror and rough to my tongue.

    Had to go to dentist last month, was shitting myself they'd try to make me do some unnecessary procedure to take care of it finally, just /loa/ decided "nah, frick that, it's perfectly fine and healthy, hasn't caused any problems so far so it won't start now if it's better than last year" and... dentist legit just picked it off like a bone scab. Clean, smooth tooth underneath, have had no problems since.

    So don't believe the bullshit. Bones, being alive, can heal and repair. Small cavities are literally just that- a hole. If it's small enough bacteria doesn't get caught and fester, it won't actually amount to anything. Obviously, if you're in agony, you might want to just get it fixed. Don't do anything stupid if you think you'll lose the tooth.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I've been told I was brushing too roughly which may have led to the issues I mentioned in the OP. I use a soft bristle brush but they end up ballooning out after awhile & dentists have just now relayed to me that it shouldn't happen.

      I avoid sodas & coffee, but drink energy drinks from time to time. Focusing on the area worked for you? I'm starting oil pulling, /loa/-ing it, & using a lot of probiotics. Anyone have experience with probiotic toothpaste? Whitening toothpaste may also have had something to do with it.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Un fricking ironically, this . Just do good dental care and it may heal. I had cavities, were a bit painful a little, visible holes with black spots. Because I was depressed and didn't brush my teeth more than a handful of times in months, was bad. Solid dental care for a few months, went to dentist, said I had 6 cavities that were a concern. Stopped, took care of myself for about a year and a half...visited dentist again. Shocked and told my cavities got smaller, and there were no black spots anymore neither. Holes filled in.

      Cavities are bullshit, if you look into the science you will know that everything that is not an abscess or dentin damage will heal. Enamel rebuilds. If your dentist is good, you can see your own x-rays and tell how far the cavity has progressed. If that shit is in the dentin layer, get it fixed. If it has not progressed that far, ignore everything and take extra care of yourself with no sugar or acids and it can heal.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm not op but I have a few cavities and I really don't want to let a dentist drill me
    Please pray for me

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      If you have a phobia i knew a friends dad who got a script for laughing gas no pie knocked out cold for like 5 or 6 cavities and a couple teeth pulled and gold ones put in idk but yeah.
      Dude was at least 50 and had never gone to dentist since child. Know another family friend just like him, older guy im pretty sure the dentist was a local sadist who just fricked kids teeth up and they are scared now.
      Get mine cleaned every 6 months never had a problem some of the cleaners are rougher than others its a skill

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    vit k2 mk4 and eggshell calcium

    mouth rinse with methlyene blue, maybe rinse some iodine sometimes too (seperately tho)

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      k2 mk4 dose should be like 10-45mg per day and if you eat the eggshell of 1 normal sized chicken egg per day spread out with meals then youll be gucci

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Get some raw milk homie

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Xylitol gum is good. I don’t know if I’d say it’s good for your body, but I have gotten zero cavities since chewing it regularly. Hydroxyapatite is the biological / natural equivalent of what they try to mimic with fluoride, if you don’t like fluoride. I use a toothpaste with that here and there as well as a homemade one with baking soda and salt. Cavities are caused by bacteria that convert sugars into acid, so something like baking soda that will neutralize that is good. Hydrogen peroxide is the best solution I’ve found to minor gum issues. It’s discussed in books like “when there is no dentist” — you can take a toothbrush and push it into the gums gently. I would not use it all the time as a mouthwash or whatever else it will nuke your microbiome leaving you more susceptible to bad bacteria. Learn the correct way to floss if it helps you (actually scraping the teeth on both sides as you go down) and try to get any toothpaste into your teeth crevices while swishing your toothpaste product of choice.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My teeth are literally falling apart. The last time I tried going to a dentist I got a full on panic attack and vomited on the street. I'm just gonna let them rot and pray they fall out peacefully.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Call and tell them about how petrified you are about seeing them. You're not the only one. See if it's possible to arrange for drugs to knock you out or frick you up. They might not be able to prescribe something, but I bet they can set up something with an MD and arrange for you to get a single dose if you agree to find a ride and maybe pay in advance. Everyone knows dentists are, like, everyone's fear. Most clinics will work with you if it means they can get business.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Unfortunately I'm not American. I can either get a shitty little injection or a full anesthesia (which is super expensive).
        I was never even given any anesthetics when I was a kid and they just drilled my teeth like that. Worst pain I ever experienced and made me traumatized.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          no wonder youre afraid, that sounds traumatizing. i only went until i was 18 with Anesthesia is a completely different experience.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Captcha: XXXY
    >What does the captcha mean?
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XXXY_syndrome

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

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    On the contrary my wisdom teeth were a breeding ground for bad bacteria despite thinking it was unnecessary to remove them. A majority of my gum and cavity problems went away after removing them. I’m all for not trusting dentists, but wisdom teeth growing in wonky legitimately can ruin your entire mouth microbiome.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    meditate
    manifest
    energy healing
    you have an energetic blueprint, if you have a cavity that means the blueprint is damaged and needs to be repaired, learn new energy ways v2 and stimulate energy in your teeth and gums while eating a nutrient rich diet to stimulate the regrowth of teeth
    if you stick with these methods, you can regrow entire limbs too

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >if you stick with these methods, you can regrow entire limbs too
      Do you recall where you learned that? Do you know if those methods can regrow hair (from balding), wisdom teeth, and foreskin?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        the nature of the energy body itself enables this, if you want more normie systems that make use of this go with reiki/quantum touch/heal with your hands

        there's a million derivative systems but they basically just operate with cleaning out the energy body and fixing the irregularities that exist within it using a variety of similar methods

        the energy body itself is created upon birth and sets the blueprint for life, this is why those who lose limbs maintain phantom limb pain, their energy body is still there but the limb is gone

        those born without limbs experience no phantom limb pain as a result of their altered energy body

        the energy body can grow and evolve, which is why neurogenesis can persist throughout life, or why some monks can develop biological systems and abilities beyond the capabilities of normal people

        I learned this from a variety of occult books, but what matters is that almost all of them say the same exact shit in other words

        also yes, you can regrow all of those things using these methods

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >I learned this from a variety of occult books
          Do you have a Pastebin of them? Do you know if those methods can be used to reverse aging?

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Oil pulling is close to fricking miraculous and i've never seen a single one of my dentists mention it, so that only gives it more credibility, not that it needs it considering it's dealt with my cavities in a matter of days and also got rid of the sensitivity.

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