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Tammy N.
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I'm not blaming the doctor. I believe he did his job right, it's just my body didn't fill in what it needed to. At the time, I was very zinc deficient (and still am even though I'm taking the right supps), so my bone probably didn't grow back the way it should have. This is what I'm thinking anyway.

I did a stupid thing the other day and pressed up on the gum area with my finger where my last extraction was (and cavitation surgery was) and I felt considerable pain.....which has continued now for many days. I definitely stirred things up more.

I've also felt a great sensitivity along the side of the gum for some time. It hurts at the lightest touch of my finger. Mostly above the last remaining tooth (next to the cavitation site).

I also have sinus issues. It's all so close to each other, no doubt it's all related.

This, by far, is my most bothersome symptom. When I can get this fully resolved, you will see one happy cookie.

I'm due to go to a new biological dentist at the end of May that my ART doc works very close with. My husband has been to him already and we were very pleased.

He doesn't do cavitation surgery, but instead tries to handle everything with ozone. I hope that is enough for what I need. I will have to trust my doc to guide me through with the help of this new dentist.

I also just ordered some MMS in the meantime. Maybe that will help.

Thanks for listening.

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Tammy,

Sorry you are suffering. Maybe applying some clove oil to the area would help with the pain. It is also antibacterial and antiparasitic.

In my expeerience, the infections in the jaw were all parasite related. They hibernate in the jaw and gums. In my case, I know for sure because the high dose salt/c I was on made them exit.

Gael

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As we eliminate or force the movement of some parasites, we are also releasing lead and mercury, nickle, out of the jawbones, because that is what caused our cavitations. Any of these do not necessarily head straight for the exits, which makes it very important to at least be aware of what is happening without getting frightened and panicking all over again.

I am still releasing lead from my shoulders that can definitely be felt here and there, but I know what causes it and the unpleasant sensations disappear as quickly as they came.

We are dealing with a dynamic system, not only a few parasites, and all is correcting itself once we have found the way to cause an effective detox process and cover ourselves with binders.

Please do not do MMS without getting all info together that is available on all the different links I have posted on this subject. I know you will, Tammy, but just sort of a reminder for anyone else that is thinking along these ways.

It is by a long shot the best thing I have ever done and the one that is the easiest ---- if, if, if you follow the rules of "more is not better", etc. etc.

Right now we are heading into Full Moon and parasites are getting ready for mating and reproduction. Ascaris suum lay some 200,000 eggs in a day! We can catch one anytime by opening a door or holding a shopping cart or even through the air having our mouth open at the wrong moment.
And from Organic vegetables!

My cavitation surgeries can always be felt. We are regrowing nerves that were damaged. If I press on any area, it hurts like the dickens. This does not mean the intervention failed. You will probably be releasing toxins from these areas for many years. My jaw surgeries happened in 1998 and I am still very sensitive in these jaw areas. But am pleased as punch to be rid of the metal arsenal and most of the time I don't think of it or feel a thing. But it is still like a baby's bottom - tender.

It takes time - it took you many years to reach your low, and it takes time to reach the summit again. Be patient, dear Tammy.

Take care.

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Tammy N.
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Gael - Thanks. I've tried clove bud oil from the outside, but not directly onto the gum because I thought it would burn. I'll give it a try....then rinse if I have to.

GiGi - thank you for your comforting words of encouragement. Without even realizing it, I think you are right....I have been feeling frightened. I guess the healing process is taking longer than I thought. Hearing your experiences helps. Thank you.

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dbpei
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I know these posts are old. But I recently experienced scary throbbing and shooting pain from my ear and jaw to my neck and shoulder on one side. It would happen in the rhythm of a contraction. It was almost as though something was blocking the blood flow and causing the pain.

I wonder if anyone else here has experienced this. I have a strong suspicion that my symptoms are related to jaw bone cavitations or dental/sinus issues. Would love to hear from others with similar experiences.

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Hi dbpei,

Do you have any root canals on that side? I have 5 root canals, actually 4 now. I had a failed root canal molar pulled last week. My root canals are all on the right side of my mouth, 3 on bottom, 1 remaining on top.
Did you ever have your wisdom teeth extracted?
Crazy what we go through.
How's your vitamin D level? Do you take magnesium, k or drink bone broth?

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HI Jackie,
I have only 1 root canaled tooth left, but it is on the side that doesn't give me trouble. I did have a failed root canal molar pulled last year from the other side. I have also had my wisdom teeth extracted from both sides decades ago.

I have a titanium dental implant on my problem side that I am getting taken out by an oral surgeon next week. Even though x-rays look normal, I have had a suspicion that it is harboring some pathogens that have been keeping me ill. It took me a long time to find someone willing to take it out.

I just can't figure out how the pain in my neck could be related. It felt so inflamed and as though something was blocking the blood flow. And it is more puzzling how the pain went away after I slept that night. I am very thankful for this!

I think my vitamin D and magnesium levels are okay. But it has been a while since they have been checked. I do enjoy drinking bone broth. I want to start Diatomaceous earth again as it will replenish minerals while also chelating and binding some of the bad stuff.

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Hey Jackie, was the root canaled tooth that was pulled infected?

What sx did you have?

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The root canaled tooth that was pulled showed it was infected on the xrays. I had them take a picture of it when it came out but it did not have a big glob of infection like you see on the internet.

It then took the dentist some time to grind and clean both the pulled tooth site and the cavitation. I get the stitches out today. It actually still hurts and something is going on there.

I've always had a pain in that side of the jaw with headaches, eye pick pain, etc. I sleep with a retainer so it's not my bite.

If I hadn't had 3 different dentists say the root canal was infected, I wouldn't have pulled it. I can't seem to get well and this may be a contributing part of the puzzle. Mind you, I'm at 90%, but I'd like to be 95 to 100.

dp--yes, the titanium implants don't work for everyone. I don't think I'd do one with all my issues. You might want to have some good soups on hand before you have the surgery to take that thing out.

glm wrote that it's parasites and that's why we have infections in our mouths. Could be, DE would help with that.

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The thing is, the titanium seems to have worked fine as far as integrating with the bone and providing a secure tooth all these years (since 2008). All x-rays make it look as though the bone is fine.

But I did have an infected (root canaled) tooth right next to it last year that formed a fistula in the roof of my mouth. X-ray did show infection but other than the fistula, I had all the same symptoms I have today - tingling, numbness, sizzling sensations and tinnitus with severe hearing loss in nearby ear. (only now symptoms are more pronounced)

That tooth was extracted in 2013. The oral surgeon told me he got everything cleaned out and biopsy showed inflammation, but no necrotic bone tissue.

There is a large cyst that formed on the floor of my sinus directly above my implant that I am concerned about. The screw from the implant seems to penetrate into my sinus cavity. I also have dx of paranasal sinus inflammatory disease. Don't know whether it is from tick borne illness or something else.

I have so many odd symptoms in my jaw and ear on that side. It feels and sounds like something is sizzling in there. I hope that when I get the implant out, things will be better. My decision to get the implant out is based on my own intuitive feeling.

Over the past year, I visited 4 oral surgeons and none wanted to take out the implant. But this year, when I returned to one of them, he agreed with me that is what he would do given the same situation. I will likely need a bone graft to seal up the hole in my sinus. I hope my body doesn't react negatively to that.

Having soups on hand is a very good idea. I will try to make some over the weekend. [Smile]

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Jackie, hope you feel better soon. There is a very good forum on dental issues that you and anyone here with dental issues might appreciate.

http://neurotalk.psychcentral.com/forumdisplay.php?f=89

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Dbpei, I am sorry you are still going through this. Teeth issues are so big, it is so hard to tell what is causing what. Link below isn't dental, but may provide some ideas. You may have a blockage there.

I've had shooting pains from below my ear down my neck before (can't remember if they hit my shoulder) and I never figured out what caused it. I think ondamed helped to get rid of it for me, but not sure what did it. It might have been parasites. I have been treating those for a while now too, and no more shooting pain.

http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1372132-overview

You might try energy medicine: an ART practitioner, medical intuitive, EAV, asyra or zyto. Sota magnetic pulser or even ondamed may help as well as it finds whatever is wrong (even dental), reduces inflammation, and repairs cells so they can heal.

This one is not dental either, could be a reach, but suggests correcting nutritionally. Maybe remineralizing the teeth could help? Remineralizng teeth is not well known, but something to try.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK6914/

Hope you feel better soon.

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Thanks Catgirl. [Wink] My fistula healed nicely after that bad tooth was removed. Hopefully there isn't anything else lurking in there. Interesting that on the second site you provided, there were several articles about bartonella and bone disease.

Since I have had cats for many years, this is always in the back of my mind. I guess bart can hit your jaw bone and cause a lot of these symptoms. Hopefully by getting the implant out, I will be able to do better detective work anyhow!

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