97% of Terminal Cancer Patients Previously Had This Dental Procedure!

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97% of Terminal Cancer Patients Previously Had This Dental Procedure!

Are you suffering from degenerative diseases? Have they already told you that “it’s all in your head”? That may not be far from truth…because the reason for the disease is in your mouth.

There is a common procedure for which every dentist will tell you that it’s completely safe, even though scientists warn of its hazard for over 100 years, according to “worldtruth.tv”.

What kind of a dental procedure is it?

It’s the removal of a nerve. Over millions of these operations are performed every year. The teeth from which nerves are removed are actually “dead” teeth which can be a reservoir for high toxic anaerobic bacteria. They can come to the bloodstream under certain conditions and cause a great number of serious diseases.

Many of these toxic teeth can act completely healthy for many years which makes it very difficult to discover the origin of the disease.

Unfortunately, many dentists neglect the serious risks to which their patients are exposed during this kind of procedures. Still, one dentist discovered the connection between the procedure of nerve extraction and systemic diseases. He is nowadays considered one of the best dentists of his time.


Weston A. Price: The best dentist in the world

Many dentists should get acquainted with d-r Weston’s work. Unfortunately, his work is still suppressed by the medical and dental experts. D-r Weston travelled around the world studying the teeth, bones and nutrition of different groups of people who don’t enjoy the “benefits” of modern food.

Around 1900, Weston tried to cure nerve infections and doubted when he noticed that the nerves remain infected besides their treatment.

One day, he suggested his wife, who was in a wheelchair for 6 years, to remove her tooth even though it was healthy. She agreed and he removed her tooth and implanted it under the skin of a rabbit. The rabbit developed the same kind of arthritis that his wife had and died from an infection 10 days later. But, his wife recovered and started to walk without using a cane. D-r Weston discovered that it was mechanically impossible to sterilize a tooth which had a removed nerve. Then he proved that many chronic degenerative diseases which originate from the infected teeth without nerves are mostly heart and circulatory diseases. He discovered a strong connection between the teeth with extracted nerves and joint diseases, brain diseases, as well as nervous system diseases. Then in 1922, d-r Weston wrote two excellent books for his research. Unfortunately, his work was covered up for 70 years until George Meinig finally discovered the truth.


D-r Meinig confirms d-r Price’s work

D-r Meinig was a captain of the American Army during the World War II before he moved to Hollywood and became a dentist of many famous people. Later, he became one of the founders of the American Association of Endodontists (specialists for the teeth nerves). During the 90ies of the previous century, he studied d-r Weston Price’s work for 18 months. He even published a book for root canal cover up in 1993.


What is it that dentists don’t know about the anatomy of teeth?

Teeth are made of the most solid substance in our body. The middle of every tooth contains a dental void with a pulp which connects the blood vessels with the nerves. Dentine is everywhere around that void and it is composed of living cells which secret a tough mineral substance. The outer part of the tooth is called enamel and it is surrounded with dentine. The roots of each tooth touch the jaws and remain in their place because of the periodontal ligament. At school, dentists learn that each tooth has 1-4 greater canals. Yet, there are many canals that aren’t even mentioned. Each tooth has a labyrinth of small tubes which if unraveled could be several kilometers long. D-r Weston Price identified 75 separate access canals in a central cut. The microscopic organisms regularly move inside and around these tubes like a mole in underground tunnels.

When a dentist performs a nerve removal surgery, he makes a hole in the tooth and then fills the void with a substance which stops the supply of blood to the tooth so that it can’t circulate through it anymore. Still, the labyrinth of tubes remains there and the bacteria which don’t have their own source of food anymore, hide in these tunnels where they are safe from antibiotics and become immune from the fight of the organism.


Reasons for many diseases

Because of the lack of oxygen and nutrients, these formerly friendly organisms transform into stronger, more virulent anaerobs which produce a great number of toxins. None of the sterilization forms are efficient enough to solve this problem. The infection often spreads up to the jaw where it causes cavitation or breaches. Cavitation is caused on places with non-heeled bones which often represent infection focal points and gangrenes. They sometimes appear after a tooth is removed, but they can often appear after a nerve removal, too. All this happens with a small number of symptoms, if there are any. It’s possible that you have a purulent dead tooth, but you aren’t aware of it. Still, this isn’t the end of your troubles.

You could acquire heart, kidney, bones and brain diseases

Until your immune system is strong, any bacteria which will be secluded from the infected tooth will be destroyed. But, if your immune system is weakened because of a disease or injury, it can’t control the infection anymore. These bacteria could then enter the surrounding tissues and end inside the blood stream, where they could get to a new location, whether it’s inside some tissues or organs. D-r Weston Price managed to transfer the disease from humans to rabbits by inserting parts of the teeth with removed nerves. He discovered that by inserting an extracted tooth from a person with a recent heart attack into a rabbit, the rabbit also had a heart attack in a couple of weeks. Almost all of the chronic degenerative diseases are connected to this dental procedure including:

  • heart diseases
  • kidney diseases
  • arthritis, rheumatic diseases and joint diseases
  • neurological diseases (for example, ALS)
  • autoimmune diseases (for example, lupus)

There also seems to be a connection to cancer. D-r Robert Jones examined the connection of the dental procedure for nerve extraction and breast cancer and came to an extremely high correlation. These are his conclusions:

  • 93% of the women with breast cancer had a nerve removal surgery
  • 7% of them also suffered from other dental diseases
  • in most of the cases, the tumors appeared on the same side where the dental surgery was performed.

D-r Jones claims that the toxins from the bacteria in the infected tooth or jaw can inhibit the proteins which decrease the growth of tumors. German doctor Josef Issels cited similar findings, claiming that 97% of his cancer patients have removed their dental nerves. If these doctors are right, the cure for cancer is to remove the dead teeth and set up a stable immune system.


Mutant bacteria in your mouth

In what way are these mutant bacteria from your mouth connected to diseases? Bacteria can nowadays be identified with a DNA analysis, no matter if they’re living or dead. Continuing Price’s work, the Foundation for toxic elements used DNA analysis to examine teeth without nerves and discovered bacterial infections in 100% of the samples. There were identified 42 different kind of anaerobic bacteria in 43 samples. The voids were identified with 67 different kinds of bacteria in 85 samples. Among the identified bacteria were the following ones:

  • Capnocytophaga ochracea
  • Fusobacterium nucleatum
  • Gemella morbillorum
  • Leptotrichia buccalis
  • Porphyromonas ginigvalis

Are they just benign, common mouth bacteria? Absolutely not. Four of these bacteria attack the heart, three of them attack the nerves, two attack the brain and one can infect the sinus void. So, they are all, but not benign!

400% more of the bacteria can be found in the blood surrounding the place where there was once a dental nerve related to the tooth itself, which shows that the tooth is an incubator and the periodontal ligament serves to intake food.

It was never smart to leave something dead inside your organism.

None of the other medical procedures understands leaving something dead inside the organism. When the appendix stops functioning, it is removed. If your fingers or toes are frozen or have gangrene, they will be removed. If a child dies inside the uterus, the organism itself causes an abortion.

Your immune system doesn’t need dead matters and the very presence of dead tissue can cause complications similar to the case of dead teeth.

The infections and autoimmune reactions to rejecting are caused by the bacteria gathered around the dead tissue. In case of nerve removal, the bacteria have a chance to enter your blood flow every time when your immunity is weak.


Why dentists continue to claim that tooth nerve extraction is safe?

Although there are numerous reasons why these dental procedures should be forbidden, they still aren’t and cause death in many people. Why? The explanation is very simple. It’s one of the most profitable procedures in dentistry.


How to avoid this dental procedure?

It would be best not to do it at all. Risking the health only to preserve one tooth just doesn’t make sense. If you still haven’t done this procedure, it would be best to remove the procedure even if everything is OK.  Remember, if your immune system is weakened, there is a risk that you’ll acquire a serious health problem.

If you decide to remove a tooth, you have several options available:

  1. A partial prosthesis: It’s a prosthesis which can be removed and that’s one of the easiest and cheapest options.
  2. A bridge: It’s a constant procedure which changes the real tooth in a way, but it’s pretty expensive.
  3. An implant: It’s an artificial, constant tooth, usually made of titanium, implanted in the palates and the jaw. Still, there are some problems which can come out from the usage of this metal during this procedure. Nowadays, dentists use zirconium more, because it doesn’t cause any greater complications.

Still, it’s enough just to remove the tooth and put an artificial one instead. Dentists usually remove the tooth, but leave the periodontal ligament which can serve as bacterial food. Many experts recommend removing the ligaments to decrease the risk from infections.