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$19 Tooth Cavities DIY for the mad amongst us ...and using electrolysis of Ca and Mg to fill teeth

 
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erm, so a friend, yeah that's right, a friend has teeth that need fixing

and um, another friend, mentioned that he had talked to a Canadian Denist about ten years ago who invented a device which filled teeth with Ca and Mg using electrolysis.  said Dentist did not want to fill any teeth, he wanted a buyer or investors....hmmmm......

so a little research on this topic lent this:

a modern twist on something discovered in 1932
Professor Nigel Pitts
of King's College London
2014


the 1932 knowledge can be found here:

could've been the right way to fix teeth since 1932

so now, um, my friend, is on a mission from god to first remove all bacteria/debris and then begin filling said teeth.

I'm going to document my *cough* friend's experiments since our USA health system is totally f* and seems to have been since 1932

In case your teeth can't wait to see the result of these experiments and you have no recourse from our great USA society to get your teeth fixed here's a short term solution (as 80 percent of us do not):

Denseal DIY for $19.00

SparrowRayne youtuber does it in front of you!



 
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Can't imagine that she did enough to clean out the hole.  But... a decent and meticulous amateur could probably do a decent job of cleaning (using a $20 dental pick) and this $20 kit .. to fill an already drilled cavity of SOMEONE ELSE.  

i would never be able to do a decent job on myself. haha.

now.... what about an active cavity???   The cavity/infected material does need to be cleaned out very well... and would be pretty hard to do as an amateur.  Maybe with a dremel.  OUCH!!!

Just know that shocks to the teeth can cause micro cracks.  Even dentists can cause these(Happened to my best friend).  but i imagine an amateur is more likely to cause them... especially... bouncing around with an incorrect tool like a dremel.

i also believe i have some cracks in a rear molar.  The old (cheap) dentist i went to couldn't say for sure but guessed it had a hairline crack.   And so i am trying to treat it with COMFREY.  Well... i have held wads of fresh chewed comfrey against the tooth on two different occasions for about 45 min each time.

Hoping the 'knit bone' medicinal properties of Comfrey can help the tooth cells to bind the crack.  No idea if it actually helps or if it will.  And hard not to swallow the juice for 45min. haha.

Anyway.  Less sugar.....right!!  And don't crunch on ice.  and then less troubles with cavities.

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Hi Orin,
I know this post is super old, but I'm really curious on how this diy treatment turned out for your...umm friend.  Did it work out?  I don't have a need at this time but it would be a good piece of knowledge to have if I, or someone else, ever needed it later.  
 
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Haha, "you first" is what comes to my mind. I'm filing this under "hobby projects for the post-zombie apocalypse."
 
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Using electricity to grow minerals.
Reminds me of biorock:
http://www.globalcoral.org/biorock-coral-reef-marine-habitat-restoration/

Hadn't thought of it being used for growing teeth.
 
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Every time I read this I wonder about:

Orin said, using electrolysis.



Not everyone knows how to do this, do they?
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