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Old 11-13-2007, 06:27 PM
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I went to the dental hygienist today. Today was the first time she found no microbial critters in my tooth swab. She examines the swab under a microscope and shows it on a computer monitor. I had brushed and swished with MMS for the past week.
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What was her comment?
Did you mention MMS?
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Old 11-13-2007, 09:01 PM
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I went to the dental hygienist today. Today was the first time she found no microbial critters in my tooth swab. She examines the swab under a microscope and shows it on a computer monitor. I had brushed and swished with MMS for the past week.

Have you noticed any changes with your tongue?
I've been using MMS on my teeth off and on for over a month now and the old skin on my tongue has been replaced with new and feels great.
My dental appointment is coming up soon, but my teeth look and feel better than when I just come back from there, and the gums are the healthiest looking they've ever been.
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well, this is great. I will have to tell my son about this. teenagers are not the best at keeping up the brushing, and his gums were inflamed the last time he was at the dentist.

thanks, Iggy.
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Old 11-16-2007, 07:51 PM
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What was her comment?
Did you mention MMS?
Yes, I told her it was sodium chlorite. She was impressed but had never heard of it.

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Have you noticed any changes with your tongue?
No, but I don't check it often. My gums were a little sensitive.....don't know if it was the MMS or the extra brushing.


On the same dental visit, I had the beginnings of a dental implant installed. The dentist cut my gum to expose my jaw bone, drilled, and implanted a titanium stud. The dentist prescribed no antibiotics and instead of giving me a special mouthwash, told me to keep using sodium chlorite (which he never heard of). He asked where I obtained it.

The implant was Tuesday and today's Friday, and I've had no infection and required no post-operative pain medication. I've been swishing 2 or 3 times daily with MMS. I go back to have the stitches removed, next Wednesday. He will attach a crown to the implant, in a couple of months.

My dentist is a holistic dentist and a 7thDay Adventist, schooled at Yorba Linda U. His office is in Amity, Arkansas, population 746. He has a very modern office and flies his own plane. He refuses to use silver amalgam fillings. When the legislature tried to mandate statewide fluoridation, Dr Clark testified before the legislative committee, and they voted down the bill.
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On the same dental visit, I had the beginnings of a dental implant installed. The dentist cut my gum to expose my jaw bone, drilled, and implanted a titanium stud. The dentist prescribed no antibiotics and instead of giving me a special mouthwash, told me to keep using sodium chlorite (which he never heard of). He asked where I obtained it.

Was there any burning sensation when the MMS contacts the open gum area?
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On the same dental visit, I had the beginnings of a dental implant installed. The dentist cut my gum to expose my jaw bone, drilled, and implanted a titanium stud. The dentist prescribed no antibiotics and instead of giving me a special mouthwash, told me to keep using sodium chlorite (which he never heard of). He asked where I obtained it.

Was there any burning sensation when the MMS contacts the open gum area?
Nope, no pain, no burning.
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well, Iggy, after your experience with using it for your teeth, I'm going to try it (if my bottle ever arrives )

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Some concerns:

We activate MMS with acid. Baking soda alkalinizes. Doesn't this counter each other?

Iggy, exactly how do you use the two (MMS and baking soda)?

Bleach (hypochlorite) reacts strongly with metals, even capable of causing "rust" in stainless steel. Titanium is resistant to chlorine, but it might be something to consider? Resistance does not mean completely impervious. Of course, MMS is not hypochlorite, but hypochlorite can be one of the products it turns into.

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Some concerns:

We activate MMS with acid. Baking soda alkalinizes. Doesn't this counter each other?

Iggy, exactly how do you use the two (MMS and baking soda)?

Bleach (hypochlorite) reacts strongly with metals, even capable of causing "rust" in stainless steel. Titanium is resistant to chlorine, but it might be something to consider? Resistance does not mean completely impervious. Of course, MMS is not hypochlorite, but hypochlorite can be one of the products it turns into.

Gerry
I swish and brush with activated MMS, then I dip the MMS wetted brush in baking soda, and brush. The mixture of the two seems to form NACL because it tastes real salty. I then rinse with MMS, spit it out, and swish some more with MMS.
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I would like to try MMS for the gums.. but I'm a bit worried about the acid and my teeth.

has anyone read Gerald Judd's protocol for teeth and gums?

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(ref 4) Tooth enamel (essentially calcium phosphate) reacts with all acids to form cavities (see any chemistry text dealing with solubilities). The proton of the acid pulls the phosphate right out of the enamel, and fast. By drinking a sip of water along with the acid during eating, the acid reacts chemically with water immediately to form hydronium ion and thus the enamel is saved. One can use milk or coffee for the same purpose, since they are both non-acidic. Dr. Albert Schatz, Nobelist who discovered streptomycin, found several decades ago that sharks' teeth with their excessive fluoride would dissolve just as readily in citric acid as ordinary non-fluoridated teeth, laying to rest the hypothesis that fluoride would stop cavities. The dental people (American Dental Association) pushed aside this discovery and Dr. Schatz' discoveries regarding excessive baby mortalities caused by fluoridation in Chili, South America as insignificant. They returned his mail 3x unopened and would not deal with him.
Some harmful acids (with pH <4) which are tart to the taste and attack the enamel include lemons, grapefruit, oranges, pineapple, kiwi fruit, tomatoes, vinegar, cider, vitamin C (especially chewable) and stomach acid. The lower the pH, the more rapidly the acids attack. Body acid (extremely weak) is insignificant in this process. Non-acid foods such as beans, bread and potatoes have no action on teeth. Worry about such foods is over. The only worry about non-acid foods is if they will crack the teeth due to their hardness. Chewing ice, unpopped corn kernels, extremely hard nuts, bones or other hard objects is not smart, since teeth do have a breaking strength.
I would think perhaps Iggy adding baking soda neutralized the mms, and.. it still seems to have killed the bacteria in his mouth.

so.. maybe the baking soda doesn't hurt (as far as the mouth)?
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put these links to the chemistry of MMS (to refresh my memory):

http://bioredox.mysite.com/CLOXhtml/CLOXilus.htm

http://bioredox.mysite.com/CLOXhtml/CLOXhome.htm
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OK, I finally got around to brushing my teeth with activated MMS.

Last summer I had a metal filling replaced with composite. The doc said that most other docs would do a root canal because so much of the tooth was lost. But he thought we had a chance to save it. I had had this filling since around 10 years old and it was huge in a rear molar.

He did the work but things have not felt so great in my mouth since. Lots of shooting pains in my gums. Kinda strange. Couldn't really see a problem and the pain would move around. Also pressure discomfort, which I was told that was likely to happen due to the size of the filling. All in all the feeling has not been so great and it has forced me to chew on the opposite side of my mouth.

Four days ago I started brushing with MMS and all the pain is gone. No shooting or feelings of inflammation that came on after the filling was done and the sensation of pressure that was anticipated and probably never go away has reduced in intensity by about 40 percent so now I'm more inclined to chew on that side again.

My teeth feel as smooth as glass. Absolutely no tartar!

And WOW! are my teeth white! Forget crest strips or trays or any of that stuff. This is the way to go.

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Do you just use the activated MMS or do you add water to it?
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Mari, you MUST add the water. You would get a chemical burn otherwise.
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