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Tincup
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Just finished updating this information on Lyme related jaw, facial and dental pain. Hope it can be of help!

https://sites.google.com/site/marylandlyme/symptoms-information/mouth-dental

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Interesting fact on me with dental issues and pain.

I never had pain in jaws, teeth, oral at all. But in 2013 when I found a Lyme literate ozone dentist, I found that I had a perfect storm going on in my mouth.

Ex: my hip had become so painful that I was ready for a cane to help relieve it. My long bone pain and muscle pain had become much worse.

This dentist found one and two old crowns at a time that were highly infected and so decayed that I began to lose teeth. One root canal, 11 crowns (5 saved) and one eye tooth later.....

Pain in my hips and throughout my body is no more. So issues with your dental body can transfer pain to your whole body.

In March I FINALLY got my lower and upper partial plate/denture and to have teeth again to chew my food properly is huge. Alignment of your dental bite is aahhhhh so beneficial for the total body.

How can one have so much destruction in their mouth and not feel pain in that area? Study the meridians of each of your teeth and where there meridians go into your body.

It's all connected, literally!

Pam

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