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Old 06-17-2009, 08:45 AM
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Default Dental Thoughts- maybe MMS?

about a month ago i used mms for my gums and teeth. at the same time i started drinking mms, taking a bath with mms and using it as a body rub- all protocols of jim humble is what i followed.

using a toothpick in the morning to evaluate, i noticed my plaque in my gums disappeared where as in the past the plaque was clearly visable.

somehow during this time i noticed my upper front teeth gums (above the gum line) became very discolored. there was no stains below the gum line. i decided it was either due to drinking pomegranate juice, blueberry smoothie or the mms - most likely mms.

today, i decided to try mms using half the mouthwash protocol. 5 drops mms, 25 drops citirus acic and 2.5 tablespoons of water. i brushed my front teeth for about 10 minutes. of the 6 stained teeth, 2 became clean, 1 much cleaner and the remaining 3 seemed to be less stained. the enamel of the teeth seemed fine.

i stopped because i was afraid something bad could occur if i continued. however, i am thinking to do this again.

any thoughts anyone? thanks
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Old 06-17-2009, 10:33 AM
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Could you take a decent resolution image of your teeth to show this?
I am curious.
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Old 06-17-2009, 11:02 AM
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wish i could assist you - i do not have a camera or cell camera phone.
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Cityman,

We had a poster here who experimented quite a bit using mms on his teeth. It did reduce the bacterial counts and he had tests done. It did reduce plaque, but after a time he found that it was not good for the enamel if I recall correctly.

Iggy? where are you?

For overall dental health I recommend herbal products, or xylitol. We have a thread on it somewhere.

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I havenít ventured into using MMS so I canít offer any comments on it but for the past year or so Iíve been using a toothpowder (Eco-Dent) with colloidal silver, juice of Wild Oregano Oil or straight oil of oregano to wet my brush.

I then do a good rinse with warm sea salt water. I can tell you it has made a very big difference as my gums are in a healthy state and my teeth are glissing clean.

When finished I store my toothbrush inside a bottle of Wild Oregano Oil.

I also should add that I do occasional oil pulling with long rinses of colloidal silver afterwards.

I have big issues with a suggested root canal that have all subsided by the above - you can read my "root canal" post in the Dental section.
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after doing the mms mouthwash...i kept thinking the enamel could be damaged by this protocol. thanks for the feedback.

i just completed a little more research. pls check out this link-

this link shows mms is okay to use per jim humble: http://ideasfordifficulttimes.com/20...-teeth-enamel/

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i was also wondering if i used dmso with the mouthwash and what would happen.

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Cityman,

We had a poster here who experimented quite a bit using mms on his teeth. It did reduce the bacterial counts and he had tests done. It did reduce plaque, but after a time he found that it was not good for the enamel if I recall correctly.

Iggy? where are you?

For overall dental health I recommend herbal products, or xylitol. We have a thread on it somewhere.

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I would think that MMS would be a bit too acidic for continued use on your teeth. So may be its ok for short term only?
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i would agree with you arrow. it might be good for the short term.

i did read somewhere- one person did not use the citrus for activation and it worked anyway.

have to ponder on this
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Old 06-26-2009, 02:58 AM
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because i was cautious about ruining the enamel i tried different tactics.

i was always reducing the volume used proportionally as to restrict the amount of time brushing/cleaning the stains. I would do this every other day. I also varied the technique- from brushing cautiously to vigorously to using q-tips.

each method of brushing helped and i do wish i did have a camera to show and compare.

before i left for the dentist today for cleaning i looked at my teeth and saw much/all of the stains were gone or less discolored. i was quite undecisive whether to cancel or honor the appointment. i decided to honor the appointment and pay for the cleaning.

upon approaching the dentist office- outside the office, i bumped into the hygienist and asked for his opinion. he looked carefully and said- my teeth are clean. i do not need a cleaning. he said this 2-3 times. but i decided to go anyway and honor my appointment.

after the cleaning of only the front top 6 teeth, i could see there was a difference. the hygienist said- it was good i had the cleaning. he could see the difference.

my personal conclusion- mms does reduce/remove the stains for sure and maybe over time it will be as effective the professional teeth cleaning.

what was a extraordinary nice gesture- upon leaving the dentist and hygienist said - i did not have to pay.
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now to figure out what caused the stains in the first place- it was either drinking pomegranate juice or blueberries/blueberry smoothies.

anyone have an opinion? (laughing)
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i would agree with you arrow. it might be good for the short term.

i did read somewhere- one person did not use the citrus for activation and it worked anyway.

have to ponder on this
I would say that this would not work for a dental application very well as it is the HCL in the stomach that activates the unactivated MMS in the stomach. There is an activation process going on, its just that you are not doing it, your body is.
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