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what-is-cavitation

CAVITATION

When a dentist performs a root canal, he or she hollows out the tooth, then fills the hollow chamber with a substance (called guttapercha), which cuts off the tooth from its blood supply, so fluid can no longer circulate through the tooth. But the maze of tiny tubules remains. And bacteria, cut off from their food supply, hide out in these tunnels where they are remarkably safe from antibiotics and your own body’s immune defenses.Microscopic organisms regularly move in and around these tubules, like gophers in underground tunnels.  Read more…

VLA Comment: Not only does this occur for root canals but also for extracted teeth. Ordinary uneducated dentists do not clean out the ligaments causing these “cavitations”.  I myself, am currently having multiply surgeries with a biological dentist to remove the decaying bacteria from the bone as seen above.

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