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Re: Visited endodontist, says root canal isn't a problem. by AngelofEventide ..... Candida & Dysbiosis Forum

Date:   12/29/2011 10:00:17 PM ( 12 years ago ago)
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Skip the holistic dentist and find a qualified Cavitation specialist (there is a cavitation forum on here). Regular dentists, endodontists and even holistic dentists aren't trained properly on how to find cavitations (which is what you are talking about). The one I plan on seeing is in Mesa, AZ and his name is Dr. Margolis. He is considered to be one of the top 3 in the U.S. If you go to the cav forum on here, you can make a request to find on closer to you, if you are not near AZ. I hear he is worth the trip though, if you can travel. As soon as I can save up for it, I'm going to go. I have exercised all other routes, nothing ever seems to make me well and cavs are on the only area I have not had checked out yet. It's sad to actually hope they find something, huh? Oh and just to let you know, from the reading/research I have done, if you have had root canals, extractions, trauma to teeth/jaws, etc., than you have a 90% chance of having a cavitation. Those odds just about say it all, regardless of what any regular dentist claims. You need to have an xray on a cavitat machine, but whoeve you go to, do take the current xrays you have. Maybe that will save you some money.

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