How Botched-Up Dental
Work Gives You Cancer
July 16th, 2014 by Holly Cornish
Getting all the mercury amalgam fillings removed from your teeth is one of the easy no-brainers when it comes improving your health. Mercury is an obvious, clear-cut toxin. Only our dysfunctional medical-government complex could manage to pretend that mercury fillings are safe.
The Invisible “TOXIC TRIGGER” for
It doesn’t matter how careful you are about your diet, lifestyle and supplements — you may still be racked with illness if your dental work harbors poisons and infections. On the other hand. . .
Patients have tossed their wheelchairs, junked their medicines, reversed “hopeless” cancer — and more — just by getting rid of the secret poison in their mouths.
It’s an absolute, proven fact that mystery ailments like fatigue, diabetes, even blindness can disappear when you eliminate this hidden trigger for disease.
But picking the right “biological dentist” is not easy. A lot of unqualified and half-qualified dentists are now claiming to be “mercury-free.” They can do you a great deal of harm. The process of removing old fillings and root canals can release so much toxic material, you’re better off leaving it alone than going to the wrong dentist. You need to know who are the top experts in the field and how to reach them. We can help.
Now Cancer Defeated publishes a compact 55-page Special Report to give you all the resources you need to get rid of root canals, mercury amalgam fillings and cavitations. This report will put you on your way to healing cancer AND avoiding it.
In the Alice in Wonderland world of government regulation, discarded mercury fillings are classified as toxic waste. Dentists must follow strict regulations for how they handle mercury fillings before they put them in patients’ mouths and after they take them out. If they don’t follow the regulations, dentists can be fined for contaminating the workplace and the environment.
But as long as the filling is in your mouth, mercury is perfectly safe, according to the government of the United States and the “scientists” it has put in charge of your health.
In Sweden, the government will actually pay half the cost of having your mercury fillings removed! The Swedes figure it saves money for their health system in the long run, compared to treating heart disease, cancer, and arthritis caused by mercury poisoning. Norway, Germany and Austria have all outlawed mercury fillings.
You probably know that mercury fillings are dangerous, but there are a couple of other dental problems I bet you don’t know about.
My good friend Bill Henderson, author of Cancer-Free, says, “At least 60% of the cancer patients I deal with have root canal-filled teeth (some as many as 10 or 11 such teeth). There is no question that these teeth cause cancer and many other degenerative conditions. If you have any root canal-filled teeth, you must have them removed immediately by a ‘biological’ dentist’ if you want to recover from your cancer.”
Bill Henderson thinks there’s a clear correlation between botched dental work and cancer. He says he’s known cancer patients to get completely well just by having their teeth fixed, without doing anything else, or at least not much.
While it’s easy to figure out you need to have your mercury fillings and root-canaled teeth removed, it’s not so easy to figure out who should do it. It’s hard for a dentist to safely remove mercury fillings without releasing a large amount of mercury into the mouth and saliva. The patient runs the risk of inhaling mercury-contaminated vapor and swallowing mercury “down the hatch” into the stomach. There’s a huge potential to take in more poison by having the fillings removed than by leaving them in place.
Only a small, embattled group of dentists called “biological dentists” have taken the danger of mercury fillings seriously enough to figure out a safe way to remove them. They’ve developed a protocol and trained other dentists how to do it.
We publish a Special Report called The Secret Poison in Your Mouth: Banish the hidden causes of cancer, heart disease and arthritis, written by M.L. Sarlin. The report gives you all the resources you need to locate a biological dentist who can help you. There’s a lot more to it than you’d imagine. It would be a bad idea to surf the internet for a few minutes and pick just anyone who calls himself a “mercury-free” or biological dentist.
I had my own mercury fillings removed about 15 years ago by a dentist who followed the protocol and I’ve never had any regrets. The safety measures have been greatly refined and improved since then. I think some of the most significant advances have been in the detoxing steps you need to take in the weeks and months following the filling removal.
All the while, biological dentists have been subjected to fierce persecution from the American Dental Association. In some cases they’ve been denied the right to practice. And in many cases they keep their activities quiet, so you can only find out about them by word of mouth.
My dentist was censured for being critical of mercury. He was only allowed to continue in practice after agreeing to stop teaching patients about mercury’s dangers. If a patient comes to him and asks for mercury-free treatments, including filling removal, he’ll do it, but he’s not allowed to take the initiative and tell patients this should be done.
At the same time, ever greater numbers of patients have started to demand non-mercury fillings (which any dentist can do), so it’s become something of a fad for poorly qualified dentists to advertise themselves as “mercury-free”.
So, weirdly, the best-qualified dentists are denied the right to practice while regular dentists with no training in the area are able to profit from the new demand for mercury-free dentistry.
A dental problem most people don’t know about
While you’ve probably heard about the dangers of mercury amalgam fillings, and you may have heard the dangers of root canals, there’s another dental condition most people don’t know about called cavitation.
When dentists extract a tooth, they leave behind a membrane. This membrane can become infected and lead to a hole in the jawbone — called a cavitation. The gum heals over the wound from which the tooth was removed, and the patient thinks everything is just fine, but an infection festers inside the tightly sealed gum and lingers for years, even decades. It releases a steady stream of toxic bacteria into the bloodstream and can lead to a state of chronic inflammation related to arthritis, heart disease and other ailments.
Advocates of the cavitation theory believe the condition is common where wisdom teeth have been removed, although a cavitation can form where any tooth has been removed. If they’re right, you could have a nasty, even fatal infection beneath that nub of gum where you used to have wisdom tooth. Cavitations can also form at the base of root-canaled teeth.
Some doctors call cavitations a “hidden gangrene.” In a book entitled The Roots of Disease, Robert Kulacz, D.D.S. and Dr. Thomas Levy write, “In a review of 112 patients who were explored for possible cavitations, it was found that nearly 90% (313 out of 354) of wisdom tooth extraction sites had cavitated.”
The dangers of mercury amalgam fillings and root canals are well established. You’ll see the evidence if you order your own copy of our new Special Report, The Secret Poison in Your Mouth.
Cavitations are another story. This is a new, controversial theory. I first heard of it just a couple of years ago. I’m bringing it to your attention because I think it’s another possible explanation for the “mystery diseases” that mainstream medicine can’t explain or treat. I’m learning more and I may eventually seek treatment for the four sites of my long-gone wisdom teeth.
If you decide to take action and have the sites of your wisdom teeth examined and, if necessary, disinfected, most biological dentists won’t do it for you. They either haven’t bought into the theory or it’s too far out and they don’t want to invite more problems with the authorities than they already have.
The Secret Poison in Your Mouth will help you find someone to do this work if you choose. The procedure to fix cavitations is somewhat involved — the gum has to be cut open where the wisdom teeth used to be, the region has to be treated, the wound stitched shut, and then you have to return to have the stitches removed.
As often happens with new alternative treatments, there are people who say they’ve experienced huge improvements in their health, but there’s no broad body of evidence to support the treatment. The Special Report provides what information we’ve been able to gather on the subject. Meanwhile, if you’ve got mercury amalgam fillings, that’s a danger beyond dispute and I urge you to get the report.
Lee Euler, Publisher