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Patty H
Thursday, November 10, 2011, 3:52pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I really think this isa sinus thing and drilling into my jaw on both sides can't have helped....


Have you called the periodondist to let him know what is going on?  I think you should . . .


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Just called the office.  She's only there one day a week.  They commented that I had a lot of work done and that if I'm not better, I should call her on her cell which I'll do later if it doesn't get better.  There's no sign of infection, even the very little bit coming out of the sinuses after using the nasal rinse is clear.  The jaw is sore but they said that's normal considering 2+ hours of drilling into the bone.  I also find myself clenching my teeth, maybe because my whole mouth feels different.  
I'm also thinking that the mold because of the leaves probably isn't helping.  
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Just called the office.  She's only there one day a week.  They commented that I had a lot of work done and that if I'm not better, I should call her on her cell which I'll do later if it doesn't get better.  There's no sign of infection, even the very little bit coming out of the sinuses after using the nasal rinse is clear.  The jaw is sore but they said that's normal considering 2+ hours of drilling into the bone.  I also find myself clenching my teeth, maybe because my whole mouth feels different.  
I'm also thinking that the mold because of the leaves probably isn't helping.  


You can cross-grain the jaw muscles yourself to help you stop the clenching... that might help.  Let me know, message me, and I will detail how you do it.  It's simple easy, and excellent for those with tight jaws or TMJ problems.

Sharing with the best of intentions.


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KK,
Just sent you a PM.
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The link below features my new dentist, Dr. Robert Evans, who practices safe amalgam removal.  This ran on one of our local TV channels last January.  I have my second appointment to remove the upper right quadrant of mercury in mid December.

http://www.thebostonchannel.com/health/26555853/detail.html


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Patty, Rescue Remedy can help with that dental anxiety if you take it every few minutes during the hour before treatment.  



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Patty, Rescue Remedy can help with that dental anxiety if you take it every few minutes during the hour before treatment.  


Thanks, Victoria.  They did give it to me just before the procedure, but I like the idea of administering it several times before the treatment.  I'll get some for my upcoming appointment in December  


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FYI only , this chap seems to know a lot about mercury etc

http://www.hugginsappliedhealing.com/


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FYI only , this chap seems to know a lot about mercury etc

http://www.hugginsappliedhealing.com/


Yes - my dentist follows all of his recommended protocols for amalgam removal, which is why I chose him.  I have Huggin's book.

Also, I am not sure that Hal Huggins is practicing in the US anymore.


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Just a thought...
PolicyChecker and Patty H,
In your opinions, do you think my nasal polyps (started growing a few years ago, keep reoccurring and have been removed twice by surgery and twice by snipping in Dr.'s office) could be caused by, as the article states, my tissue "in the way of" of the mercury from my old amalgam fillings?
I do plan to have them replaced.(over a long period of time due to cost)


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cajun, what do you eat that you shouldn't, dairy, wheat, sunflower oil?

what environment do you live in?

what other problems do you have with either breathing or congestion?

how many animals do you have around you?

does you nose feel better when you change environment for a few weeks ?


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PC,
Yes, thank you...all good questions...so any of those could possibly cause polyps.
Its probably silly to think one thing alone could cause them, huh?

I "cheat" sometimes from my SWAMI by either too much sugar(in the form of honey or fruit)  or sourdough bread(not often).
I live in a high,dry, windy environment and do actually feel great when I travel away from here!
The polyps didn't start until a few years ago and I have lived my whole life with dogs....no problem.( Note: They are groomed regularly, do not sleep with me and are very healthy.)
It was suggested by my ENT that the probable cause is 1/2 environmental and 1/2 my genetic make-up..aka..my immune system. ( I am a reactor according to my SWAMI.)  


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I would suggest that you have a break from the animals to see if they are involved, i suspect they are, as we age we become less tolerant of them. or you could consider a ozone generator to clear the air in rooms that they are in. it worked for Friends of mine. they had been equally at home with pets but things changed as they got older. they were astonished at how quickly they felt better and that the smell of their dogs disappeared. their kids suddenly stopped being tired all the time too.


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Just a thought...
PolicyChecker and Patty H,
In your opinions, do you think my nasal polyps (started growing a few years ago, keep reoccurring and have been removed twice by surgery and twice by snipping in Dr.'s office) could be caused by, as the article states, my tissue "in the way of" of the mercury from my old amalgam fillings?
I do plan to have them replaced.(over a long period of time due to cost)


Sorry, but I have no idea.  

Cajun, do you have dental insurance?  Have you tried oil pulling?  The reason I ask is that oil pulling can help remove old fillings if there is any decay under the filling.  This is a good thing, particularly if you have dental insurance because the insurance will for sure pay to replace the fillings.  My fillings are all so old that my insurance will pay to replace them since they are falling apart and my teeth have cracks and breaks.  I have had three done, nine more to go    I also have a total of six crowns I need - so I feel your pain regarding the cost  


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In the UK although dental work is subsidised, the use of White filling is considered cosmetic and therefore not covered. even if you would normally get free work for everything, replacing with white fillings can only be done privately and due to having the need to be replaced fairly regularlally is prohibitive expensive for most.

In the old days people got dentures - seemed to work then. some people didn't bother with teeth or dentures at all. my great uncle paddy could chew steak with his gums alone lol I saw him.


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Patty, I just sent the link to my son who is awaiting an appt. with Mass. Eye & Ear.  This ought to give him food for thought.  Also, he has recently been having attacks of vertigo.  That's all I hear anymore wherever I turn, people having attacks of vertigo.  Seems to be rampant anymore and I'm wondering whether mercury has a lot to do with this.
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Patty, I just sent the link to my son who is awaiting an appt. with Mass. Eye & Ear.  This ought to give him food for thought.  Also, he has recently been having attacks of vertigo.  That's all I hear anymore wherever I turn, people having attacks of vertigo.  Seems to be rampant anymore and I'm wondering whether mercury has a lot to do with this.


Could very well be!  I hope they figure out what is going on with your son  


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for a laugh i suggested that a friend who had vertigo and was in hospital should stop eating diary wheat and sugar. he was so desperate that he completed stopped all. after less than a week he was completely fine. he though t that if he had left the hospital prior to that he would have been fixed sooner. (lying down all the time) i agreed.

now to be fair he was being treated with stuff. from memory i think it was oxygen and stuff. but he had had that all done before an it nevr worked.

look to his food.

not science but true


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In the UK although dental work is subsidised, the use of White filling is considered cosmetic and therefore not covered. even if you would normally get free work for everything, replacing with white fillings can only be done privately and due to having the need to be replaced fairly regularlally is prohibitive expensive for most.

In the old days people got dentures - seemed to work then. some people didn't bother with teeth or dentures at all. my great uncle paddy could chew steak with his gums alone lol I saw him.


I've read that removing all your teeth can be a problem, as the underlying bone eventually goes away.  I do not know if this is accurate, but there are also several health risks involved with having all your teeth removed.  My aunt did this (many years ago before I was born) and died of a massive infection within a week.

I have recently begun to understand that dental health is the gateway to systemic health of the body.  They are finding dental plague in the plague of heart disease patients and other issues associated with bad dental health, such as infections, etc.  I am learning how very important it is to take care of your teeth!


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Patty H,
Everything you just wrote is right on! I was a dental assistant way back in the day (the 70's) and we knew then about bone loss due to extractions. More recently, of course, is the fact about plaque and heart/dental health being related.
I do oil pulling and so far have one loose amalgam filling that is being replaced with a crown next month. Unfortunately, like you, I have several old ones but mine are still in decent shape so it will be awhile before all of mine are replaced. I also have some dental insurance, which helps...a little!
Good luck with yours!

PC,
Great idea about the generator. I do have a powerful air purifier (FreshAir by Ecoquest) that takes care of 1/2 of my house.

Thank you both!


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