Hidden Pathogens in Root Canals and Jaw Bones


Hidden Pathogens in Root Canals and Jaw Bones


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Hidden Pathogens in Root Canals and Jaw Bones: detection, effects & treatment.

Teeth are similar to other organ systems in your body, in that they also require a blood supply and nerve supply – this keeps them as a vital/living system into itself. When a tooth has been invaded by bacteria, these micro-organisms, over 150 species, enter the pulp chamber and kill off the nerve tissue within the tooth.  Teeth have one to three roots each with a main canal but also thousands of side canals, and contained in those side canals are miles of nerves. When dentists perform a root canal, they remove the nerve from the main canals but conventional techniques, however,  do not have access to the microscopic side canals, which have dead nerves left behind in those spaces. In addition, micro-organisms move out of the roots and into the surrounding bones which is generally also not accessible with conventional treatment methods.

Anaerobic bacteria, which do not require oxygen to survive, thrive in these side canals and jawbone, and excrete toxicity from digesting necrotic tissue that leads to chronic infection. Blood supply and lymphatics that surround those dead teeth are connected to the blood, nerve and lymphatic systems of the face and the body, thus exposed the body to these bacteria and inflammatory response. This toxicity can invade other organ systems and can lead to a plethora of diseases such as autoimmune diseases, cancers, musculoskeletal diseases, irritable bowel diseases, and depression to name just a few.