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How to stay cavity-free
  1. #1
    Gelly Guest

    Default How to stay cavity-free

    It has worked for me since I started doing it. Also is very good for
    general hygiene.

    Just brush your teeth before you get in the shower, and hold in the
    toothpaste/water and keep rinsing it around your mouth as you shower
    and don't spit it out until the end of your shower.

    Little fluoride treatment every day.

    I have been doing this for many years, and had no cavities at my last
    dentist's visit after not being seen by one for about 8 years.

  2. #2
    Judy Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    On 13 Dec, 20:10, Gelly <Gell...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > It has worked for me since I started doing it. Also is very good for
    > general hygiene.
    >
    > Just brush your teeth before you get in the shower, and hold in the
    > toothpaste/water and keep rinsing it around your mouth as you shower
    > and don't spit it out until the end of your shower.
    >
    > Little fluoride treatment every day.
    >
    > I have been doing this for many years, and had no cavities at my last
    > dentist's visit after not being seen by one for about 8 years.


    when you work out how cavities form, you won't be so enthusuiasic
    about the product you are defending.

  3. #3
    Gelly Guest

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    On Dec 13, 2:21*pm, Judy <jal...@easynet.co.uk> wrote:
    > On 13 Dec, 20:10, Gelly <Gell...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    > > It has worked for me since I started doing it. Also is very good for
    > > general hygiene.

    >
    > > Just brush your teeth before you get in the shower, and hold in the
    > > toothpaste/water and keep rinsing it around your mouth as you shower
    > > and don't spit it out until the end of your shower.

    >
    > > Little fluoride treatment every day.

    >
    > > I have been doing this for many years, and had no cavities at my last
    > > dentist's visit after not being seen by one for about 8 years.

    >
    > when you work out how cavities form, you won't be so enthusuiasic
    > about the *product you are defending.


    Oh? How do they form?

  4. #4
    Judy Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    On 13 Dec, 20:32, Gelly <Gell...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > > dentist's visit after not being seen by one for about 8 years.

    >
    > > when you work out how cavities form, you won't be so enthusuiasic
    > > about the *product you are defending.

    >
    > Oh? How do they form?


    Now don't be silly. Whenever did you take anyone else's advice?

    You have the answers there.

    You would be wise to concentrate on a very speedy study of your most
    recent acquisition.
    Don't waste your time trying to make yourself look brave here.

    You are going to need whatever resources you have in the bravery
    department very soon, elsewhere.

    sincerely,

    Judy

  5. #5
    QN Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    Alas, flouride is a poison.

    I use ordinary mouthwash to brush my teeth.

    When bacteria are exposed to an anti-septic they die according to a hallife.
    Thus, the duration of exposure is important.




  6. #6
    QN Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    half-life -like the decay of radioactive material

    As Example: If you start with 100,000,000 germs, after 1 minute might be
    50,000,000 after 2 minutes might be 25,000,000 and so on...

    This is part of why anti-biotics are often prescribed for ten days.

    -my typo was "hallife"

    "QN" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:u5W0l.10156$[email protected]..
    > Alas, flouride is a poison.
    >
    > I use ordinary mouthwash to brush my teeth.
    >
    > When bacteria are exposed to an anti-septic they die according to a
    > hallife. Thus, the duration of exposure is important.
    >
    >
    >




  7. #7
    Erik the Red Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    Not to get you paranoid, but city water usually has fluoride in it.
    They put it in there to strengthen our teeth. I grew up on well water
    and my mother had us get fluoride treatments.

  8. #8
    rainbowguardian Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free


    "Gelly" <[email protected]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    news:[email protected]...
    > It has worked for me since I started doing it. Also is very good for
    > general hygiene.
    >
    > Just brush your teeth before you get in the shower, and hold in the
    > toothpaste/water and keep rinsing it around your mouth as you shower
    > and don't spit it out until the end of your shower.
    >
    > Little fluoride treatment every day.
    >
    > I have been doing this for many years, and had no cavities at my last
    > dentist's visit after not being seen by one for about 8 years.


    My dentist told me something similar.



  9. #9
    Miguel Alberto Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    It was eighteen years since I had gone to a dentist, getting
    chased all around the world by mental health legal systems, and I had no
    cavities.
    What I do is brush and floss every time I eat. I carry a little
    brush and floss with me at all times, but, I prefer to brush in my
    headquarters where I have mouth wash, with which I brush all over all
    the way back beyond the uvula.
    Being "obsessed" with taking care of my teeth has been socially
    unpopular, but, I have good teeth. I'm "obsessive" about everything I do
    anyway.


  10. #10
    Rufus Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    On Dec 14, 6:35*am, Judy <jal...@easynet.co.uk> wrote:
    > On 13 Dec, 20:32, Gelly <Gell...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    > > > dentist's visit after not being seen by one for about 8 years.

    >
    > > > when you work out how cavities form, you won't be so enthusuiasic
    > > > about the *product you are defending.

    >
    > > Oh? How do they form?

    >
    > Now don't be silly. Whenever did you take anyone else's advice?
    >
    > You have the answers there.
    >
    > You would be wise to concentrate on a very speedy study of your most
    > recent acquisition.
    > Don't waste your time trying to make yourself look brave here.
    >
    > You are going to need whatever resources you have in the bravery
    > department very soon, elsewhere.
    >
    > sincerely,
    >
    > Judy


    hahahaha

  11. #11
    Rufus Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    On Dec 14, 10:01*pm, gellie...@webtv.net (Miguel Alberto) wrote:
    > * * * It was eighteen years since I had gone to a dentist, getting
    > chased all around the world by mental health legal systems, and I had no
    > cavities.
    >


    Are you well travelled Miguel? If so, how does the traveling affect
    your mental health? I would like to travel around the world also.


  12. #12
    Gelly Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    On Dec 14, 6:53*am, Rufus <dbpubli...@adam.com.au> wrote:
    > On Dec 14, 6:35*am, Judy <jal...@easynet.co.uk> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > On 13 Dec, 20:32, Gelly <Gell...@gmail.com> wrote:

    >
    > > > > dentist's visit after not being seen by one for about 8 years.

    >
    > > > > when you work out how cavities form, you won't be so enthusuiasic
    > > > > about the *product you are defending.

    >
    > > > Oh? How do they form?

    >
    > > Now don't be silly. Whenever did you take anyone else's advice?

    >
    > > You have the answers there.

    >
    > > You would be wise to concentrate on a very speedy study of your most
    > > recent acquisition.
    > > Don't waste your time trying to make yourself look brave here.

    >
    > > You are going to need whatever resources you have in the bravery
    > > department very soon, elsewhere.

    >
    > > sincerely,

    >
    > > Judy

    >
    > hahahaha


    Not that you'll likely answer this Judy, but again, what's up with all
    the oblique, vaguely threatening talk towards me again? When did I do
    anything to you? Hmm? Did you imagine I threatened you first or
    something??

    Just curious... it's not as if I take your admonishments seriously.
    Actually you sound like my (mentally ill) mother used to when she felt
    threatened or wanted to make herself grand.

    Rufus, why do you laugh at this?

    I am quite curious.

  13. #13
    God's Chewtoy Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    On Dec 14, 10:13*am, Gelly <Gell...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Dec 14, 6:53*am, Rufus <dbpubli...@adam.com.au> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Dec 14, 6:35*am, Judy <jal...@easynet.co.uk> wrote:

    >
    > > > On 13 Dec, 20:32, Gelly <Gell...@gmail.com> wrote:

    >
    > > > > > dentist's visit after not being seen by one for about 8 years.

    >
    > > > > > when you work out how cavities form, you won't be so enthusuiasic
    > > > > > about the *product you are defending.

    >
    > > > > Oh? How do they form?

    >
    > > > Now don't be silly. Whenever did you take anyone else's advice?

    >
    > > > You have the answers there.

    >
    > > > You would be wise to concentrate on a very speedy study of your most
    > > > recent acquisition.
    > > > Don't waste your time trying to make yourself look brave here.

    >
    > > > You are going to need whatever resources you have in the bravery
    > > > department very soon, elsewhere.

    >
    > > > sincerely,

    >
    > > > Judy

    >
    > > hahahaha

    >
    > Not that you'll likely answer this Judy, but again, what's up with all
    > the oblique, vaguely threatening talk towards me again? When did I do
    > anything to you? Hmm? Did you imagine I threatened you first or
    > something??
    >
    > Just curious... it's not as if I take your admonishments seriously.
    > Actually you sound like my (mentally ill) mother used to when she felt
    > threatened or wanted to make herself grand.
    >
    > Rufus, why do you laugh at this?
    >
    > I am quite curious.- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Judy made the opposite choice to ours--to embrace her mental problems
    and live them rather than seeking to normalize her life as much as she
    could. Her words don't make sense to us because they pertain to a
    different reality--the reality of uncontrolled symptoms. Whether there
    is anything more to her private world than there appears to be, I
    don't know. There's probably nothing for you to worry about (other
    than the economic depression and global warming :-D )

    Miki

  14. #14
    rainbowguardian Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free


    "God's Chewtoy" <[email protected]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    news:[email protected]...
    On Dec 14, 10:13 am, Gelly <Gell...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Dec 14, 6:53 am, Rufus <dbpubli...@adam.com.au> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Dec 14, 6:35 am, Judy <jal...@easynet.co.uk> wrote:

    >
    > > > On 13 Dec, 20:32, Gelly <Gell...@gmail.com> wrote:

    >
    > > > > > dentist's visit after not being seen by one for about 8 years.

    >
    > > > > > when you work out how cavities form, you won't be so enthusuiasic
    > > > > > about the product you are defending.

    >
    > > > > Oh? How do they form?

    >
    > > > Now don't be silly. Whenever did you take anyone else's advice?

    >
    > > > You have the answers there.

    >
    > > > You would be wise to concentrate on a very speedy study of your most
    > > > recent acquisition.
    > > > Don't waste your time trying to make yourself look brave here.

    >
    > > > You are going to need whatever resources you have in the bravery
    > > > department very soon, elsewhere.

    >
    > > > sincerely,

    >
    > > > Judy

    >
    > > hahahaha

    >
    > Not that you'll likely answer this Judy, but again, what's up with all
    > the oblique, vaguely threatening talk towards me again? When did I do
    > anything to you? Hmm? Did you imagine I threatened you first or
    > something??
    >
    > Just curious... it's not as if I take your admonishments seriously.
    > Actually you sound like my (mentally ill) mother used to when she felt
    > threatened or wanted to make herself grand.
    >
    > Rufus, why do you laugh at this?
    >
    > I am quite curious.- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Judy made the opposite choice to ours--to embrace her mental problems
    and live them rather than seeking to normalize her life as much as she
    could. Her words don't make sense to us because they pertain to a
    different reality--the reality of uncontrolled symptoms. Whether there
    is anything more to her private world than there appears to be, I
    don't know. There's probably nothing for you to worry about (other
    than the economic depression and global warming :-D )

    Miki
    --------------------------------------------------------

    I don´t think that Judy has symptoms, i think she refers to the atheist
    thingie.



  15. #15
    QN Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free


    > I don´t think that Judy has symptoms, i think she refers to the atheist
    > thingie.


    You could be right. Judy might be saying that cavities come from atheism.
    (I'm not joking.)

    Um, for what it is worth, trying to follow Atkins seems to reduce the rate
    of cavities.



  16. #16
    Rufus Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    On Dec 15, 1:13*am, Gelly <Gell...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Dec 14, 6:53*am, Rufus <dbpubli...@adam.com.au> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Dec 14, 6:35*am, Judy <jal...@easynet.co.uk> wrote:

    >
    > > > On 13 Dec, 20:32, Gelly <Gell...@gmail.com> wrote:

    >
    > > > > > dentist's visit after not being seen by one for about 8 years.

    >
    > > > > > when you work out how cavities form, you won't be so enthusuiasic
    > > > > > about the *product you are defending.

    >
    > > > > Oh? How do they form?

    >
    > > > Now don't be silly. Whenever did you take anyone else's advice?

    >
    > > > You have the answers there.

    >
    > > > You would be wise to concentrate on a very speedy study of your most
    > > > recent acquisition.
    > > > Don't waste your time trying to make yourself look brave here.

    >
    > > > You are going to need whatever resources you have in the bravery
    > > > department very soon, elsewhere.

    >
    > > > sincerely,

    >
    > > > Judy

    >
    > > hahahaha

    >
    > Not that you'll likely answer this Judy, but again, what's up with all
    > the oblique, vaguely threatening talk towards me again? When did I do
    > anything to you? Hmm? Did you imagine I threatened you first or
    > something??
    >
    > Just curious... it's not as if I take your admonishments seriously.
    > Actually you sound like my (mentally ill) mother used to when she felt
    > threatened or wanted to make herself grand.
    >
    > Rufus, why do you laugh at this?
    >
    > I am quite curious.


    Because it's just banter. I found the reference: "You are going to
    need whatever resources you have in the bravery department very soon,
    elsewhere" really funny. I didn't see any malice in it. And it is
    funny that such a banal topic as cavities could be twisted like they
    way she did.

  17. #17
    Miguel Alberto Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    Traveling, running, was better for my mental health than getting
    caught, locked up, and having shock treatments and dopamine blocker
    forced on me. Shock treatments and dopamine blockers make a basket case
    out of anybody and with horrible torment.


  18. #18
    chesucat Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    Erik the Red wrote:
    EtR>Not to get you paranoid, but city water usually has fluoride in it.
    EtR>They put it in there to strengthen our teeth. I grew up on well water
    EtR>and my mother had us get fluoride treatments.

    Yesh, but fluoride is terrible for old people! It causes brittle bones and
    other ailments.



  19. #19
    Erik the Red Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    Better them than us!
    But really, it's not a high dose of fluoride to begin with, and old
    people just get ailments. They're old.

  20. #20
    Miguel Alberto Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    Enamelon actually did replace enamel for me. I had a sensitive
    tooth at the gumline, but, the Enamelon rebuilt the enamel so that tooth
    was restored as good as new.
    Enamelon was then taken off the market by the Dental Association
    because it was hurting business. Did you ever see Corbin Bernsen as a
    dentist? But today the same substance, to build up enamel, is in some
    toothpastes.
    That substance works by acting as an electrolyte to electroplate
    calcium onto the teeth. With this toothpaste you can painlessly repair
    tooth decay yourself. It looks like Corbin will have to go off and sell
    jewelry. Or...


  21. #21
    Lost InSpace Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free


    I've noticed that some people, esp. black people from the Caribbean,
    tend to have
    GREAT teeth.

    I suspect it's something in their diet that
    is doing it, because they're usually from
    the lower social-economic spectrum and
    can't afford expensive dental care.

    Or it could be that they prefer something
    other than sweets to eat.

    I sure wish I knew what it was, assuming
    it's true.


    I'm not too bad, considering. It could be
    from the alkalosis that, imo, is the cause
    of, or at least a main component of, sz.


  22. #22
    penguin a Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free



    It's true, fluoride rots your bones. I read in Prevention magazine how
    it causes your bones to become very brittle. Fluoride is poison.

    penguin


  23. #23
    chessucat Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    X-No-Archive: yes

    On Dec 16, 8:37*pm, pengie wrote:
    > It's true, fluoride rots your bones. *I read in Prevention magazine how
    > it causes your bones to become very brittle. *Fluoride is poison.
    >


    Is Eric calling penguin old?;-) Strong teeth for young, weak bones
    for the old, 'eh?

    Pines asked if you are still on Geodon? Geodon stopped working for
    her, she is on some med that start with 'p', I think it the same med
    that Miki takes. She has regained her ability to read now, although
    her motivation level is still down to a slug.

    <chessucat twitches>



  24. #24
    penguin a Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free


    Hi Chesucat

    My bones are ok. I am still on geodon. The geodon makes me agitated
    but the trazadone I am on makes me very sleepy during the day. They both
    take away my motivation.

    Tell Pines I said hi

    penguin


  25. #25
    chessucat Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    X-No-Archive: yes

    On Dec 16, 11:54*pm, penggie wrote:
    > Hi Chesucat
    >
    > My bones are ok. * I am still on geodon. *The geodon makes me agitated
    > but the trazadone I am on makes me very sleepy during the day. They both
    > take away my motivation.
    >
    > Tell Pines I said hi
    >
    > penguin


    Pines says hello, she take perperidol, Invega, I think. She is
    getting a little more active now.

    <chesucat relays>

  26. #26
    nyscof Guest

    Default Re: How to stay cavity-free

    Fluoridation Ineffective & Harmful

    New York -- December 2008 -- Over 1400 additional professionals signed
    onto the Fluoride Action Network's (FAN) statement calling for an end
    to fluoridation, first published in August 2007, as even more evidence
    emerges to condemn fluoridation. Also, 53 US cities rejected
    fluoridation this election day (Nov 4).


    Now over 2,000 professionals urge the US Congress to stop water
    fluoridation until Congressional hearings are conducted, citing
    scientific evidence that fluoridation, long promoted to fight tooth
    decay, is ineffective and has serious health risks. See statement:
    http://www.fluorideaction.org/statem...gust.2007.html



    A Tennessee State legislator who is also an MD is urging all Tennessee
    Water Districts to stop fluoridation, reported a Tennessee newspaper
    on 11/29/08. At least 30 Tennessee water districts have already
    complied with his request.



    Since the first FAN statement, the following has occurred:



    -- The Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment,
    Canada’s leading voice on environmental health issues, released a
    statement opposing fluoridation.



    -- The National Kidney Foundation dropped its fluoridation support
    replacing it with this caution: “Individuals with CKD [Chronic Kidney
    Disease] should be notified of the potential risk of fluoride
    exposure.” (1)



    -- Researchers reporting in the Oct 6 2007 British Medical Journal
    indicate that fluoridation was never was proven safe or effective and
    may be unethical. (2)



    -- “A qualitative review of ...studies found a consistent and
    strong association between the exposure to fluoride and low IQ,”
    concluded Tang el al., in "Fluoride and Children’s Intelligence: A
    Meta-analysis” in Biological Trace Element Research (e-published
    8/10/08)



    -- Scientific American editors wrote in January 2008, "Some recent
    studies suggest that over-consumption of fluoride can raise the risks
    of disorders affecting teeth, bones, the brain and the thyroid gland"



    -- Dr. A. K. Susheela, a leading fluoride expert, explains in a
    video why US physicians overlook fluoride as a possible cause of
    diseases commonly caused by fluoride. http://tinyurl.com/Susheela



    -- An expert panel Health Canada commissioned to study the risks of
    fluoride exposure says the government should cut the recommended
    amount in drinking water, encourage the use of low-fluoride toothpaste
    by children and have makers of infant formula reduce levels in their
    products. The panel recommended reduced fluoride exposure because it
    was worried children might be getting too much of the chemical.





    Signers to the FAN statement include:



    -- Dr. Arvid Carlsson,winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize for Medicine



    -- Vyvyan Howard, MD, PhD, President, International Society of
    Doctors for the Environment


    -- Ken Cook and Richard Wiles, Environmental Working Group


    -- Lois Gibbs, Center for Health, Environment, and Justice


    -- Joseph Mercola, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, who runs the #1
    most visited natural health website


    -- Theo Colborn, PhD, co-author, “Our Stolen Future”


    -- Sam Epstein, MD, Chairman, Cancer Prevention Coalition


    -- The current and six past Presidents of the International
    Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology


    -- Board of Directors (2007), American Academy of Environmental
    Medicine


    -- FIVE Goldman Prize winners - given for excellence in protecting
    the environment



    .. -- Three members of the prestigious 2006 National Research Council
    (NRC) panel that reported on fluoride’s toxicology



    -- Three officers in the Union representing professionals at EPA
    headquarters



    -- Hundreds of medical, dental, academic, scientific and
    environmental professionals, worldwide.



    Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Arvid Carlsson, , says, “Fluoridation is
    against all principles of modern pharmacology. It's really obsolete.”

    An Online Action Petition to Congress in support of the Professionals'
    Statement is available on FAN's web site, http://congress.fluorideaction.net
    and over 16,800 individuals have signed so far.

    “The NRC fluoride report dramatically changed scientific understanding
    of fluoride's health risks," says Paul Connett, PhD, Executive
    Director, Fluoride Action Network. "Government officials who continue
    to promote fluoridation must testify under oath as to why they are
    ignoring the powerful evidence of harm in the NRC report,” he added.



    The Professionals’ Statement also references:

    -- The new American Dental Association policy recommending infant
    formula NOT be prepared with fluoridated water.


    -- The CDC’s concession that the predominant benefit of fluoride is
    topical not systemic.


    -- CDC data showing that dental fluorosis, caused by fluoride over-
    exposure, now impacts one third of American children.


    -- Major research indicating little difference in decay rates between
    fluoridated and non-fluoridated communities.


    -- A Harvard study indicating a possible link between fluoridation and
    bone cancer.


    The Environmental Working Group (EWG), a DC watchdog, revealed that a
    Harvard professor concealed the fluoridation/bone cancer connection
    for three years. EWG President Ken Cook states, “It is time for the US
    to recognize that fluoridation has serious risks that far outweigh any
    minor benefits, and unlike many other environmental issues, it's as
    easy to end as turning off a valve at the water plant.”







    END








    References:



    (1) National Kidney Foundation, “Fluoride Intake in Chronic Kidney
    Disease,” April 15, 2008

    http://www.kidney.org/atoz/pdf/Fluor...ake_in_CKD.pdf

    (2) "Adding fluoride to water supplies," British Medical Journal, KK
    Cheng, Iain Chalmers, Trevor A. Sheldon, October 6, 2007





    SOURCE: Fluoride Action Network http://www.FluorideAction.Net













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    Default Tips for Helping You Stay Cavity Free

    Quote Originally Posted by Gelly View Post
    It has worked for me since I started doing it. Also is very good for
    general hygiene.

    Just brush your teeth before you get in the shower, and hold in the
    toothpaste/water and keep rinsing it around your mouth as you shower
    and don't spit it out until the end of your shower.

    Little fluoride treatment every day.

    I have been doing this for many years, and had no cavities at my last
    dentist's visit after not being seen by one for about 8 years.
    Follow these rules and not only will you have great teeth:
    Brush your teeth at least two times a day, especially at night.
    Floss your teeth at least three times a week
    When you’re thirsty and it’s not meal-time, ask for water.
    Eat healthy snacks, such as yummy cheese and fruit.
    Avoid chewy candies, juice and soft drinks as often as you can and if you eat or drink any of these, be sure to brush right after.

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