Does a tooth that does not bother me much need a root canal?
Question: Letting a tooth perform its own root canal. I remember reading in your book that a tooth will sometimes do this itself. Can you talk more about this?
I have one tooth that the dentist thinks needs a root canal, but other than just
feeling odd and slightly annoying, it's not really bothering me. This tooth
suffered some trauma and a quarter of the tooth chipped off about a decade ago
and was 'fixed' by a dentist. And thanks to your book and following many things
in it, my teeth are strong and happy and no new cavities, muahahah.
Answer: Glad to hear another testimonial of healthy teeth from reading Cure Tooth Decay. My suggestion in this case is to take the concentrated butter oil supplement from Green Pasture's.
You could investigate this further by having this current dentist or another dentist do a cold test. The dentist places a cold item against the tooth. You can feel if the tooth nerve is vital. If the tooth nerve is still healthy, then it does not need a root canal. (I do not encourage root canals for most cases).
I would also investigate some type of body work, like acupuncture, massage, or acupressure on your jaw. Regular exercise to stimulate blood flow and improve circulation to the tooth may also help.
Other people have learned the secrets to stopping cavities with the published book Cure Tooth Decay