Originally Posted by snappy1
I agree with Arrowwind. Unless your dentist asks you to ignore the cavity, its better for you to go for a filling. The next time you consume something with sugar, you don't want to be worrying about feeding the germs.
The answer is not to consume anything with sugar. No one needs sugar so eliminating sugar stops not only dental health problems but cancer as well. Why give cancer the food it thrives best on?
Those germs will thrive whether you have a filling or not. There is absolutely no way you can stop the germs in your mouth getting into your digestive system.
What is hard for you to grasp in the paper
Dietary Carbohydrates and Dental-Systemic Diseases
Remember refined grains are no better than sugar. I can provide plenty more evidence that sugar is driving chronic inflammation and that is driving chronic illness. It's not the tooth decay that's the real problem it's the obesity, diabetes, and Alzheimer's that follow.
The average US teenager is consuming around 34 teaspoons of sugar daily and the average US adult 22tsps daily.What's hard to grasp about the idea that this is an excessive amount of sugar and rather than simply keep trying to provide temporary solutions to the teeth you should really be reducing the cause of the damage and enhancing the natural protection your teeth should have.