Thursday, October 23, 2008


Sometimes the source of infections after root canals.
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are pockets of infection left behind when teeth are extracted, or from some
other dental procedure.  They
become foci of infection, similar to infected root canals.  Bacteria or bacterial toxins move from
the cavitation into the blood stream, where they can cause damage to other
organs and tissues.  
many conventional dentists don’t consider cavitations a problem, they may be an
important cause of ill health. 
Anyone who has had dental extractions or procedures and is not feeling
well afterwards may consider visiting a biological dentist to assess if
cavitations remain.
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