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Old 12-16-2009, 08:32 AM
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Unhappy Loose teeth nightmare - please help - urgent!

Please help me, I am terrified that my front teeth are going to fall out. It's a nightmare and I feel so scared!!!

I am 35 years old and have brushed my teeth twice a day without fail for my whole life. I use mouthwash most days but not always. As of about a year ago, I also use dental floss maybe once a month. I try to use mostly "sensitive" toothpaste but not always.

My symptoms began a few weeks ago, got worse over the last couple of days, and then today it felt worse after I ate lunch. Now I am in a state of extreme nervousness and made an urgent appointment with my dentist, although the earliest I could get is about 3 days from now.

The symptoms are as follows: An uncomfortable, loose, clicky feeling on my two front teeth; I can nudge them with my tongue and they 'click' into or out of place, there is far too much movement there. Also, some extreme sensitivity when brushing. When I looked in a mirror, I lifted my upper lip and saw a noticeable recession of the gums on my front teeth, with some discolouration (beige/brown) at the join between gum and tooth.

I last saw the dentist maybe 18 months ago. I once had a minor gum recession on a front tooth, which caused sensitivity but not looseness. At that time, my dentist told me, my teeth are perfect, but my gums are a problem. She said I had gum disease and ought to use sensitive toothpaste and brush carefully, which I have been doing, but now the problem has returned worse than ever and it might even be something worse. I would like to keep my perfect teeth in my mouth and not have them fall out please.

My diet is fairly good, occasional sweet foods but not much, occasional fizzy drinks but again not much. I don't know what I've done to deserve this problem, it's not fair, why should this happen to me, oh please no, oh God please help me I think I am losing my teeth, oh God, oh God what if it's cancer or something oh Jesus please help me this is terrible what's going to happen, I am only 35 this isn't right, this isn't right, why, why, why has it happened and what can I do to fix it, I dont know if I can wait for the dentist, what if the teeth fall out tonight in my sleep, this is a nightmare, please help me

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Old 12-28-2009, 03:10 AM
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I'm really sorry and I sympathize. I have a similar problem, albeit only one tooth in the front. I have kind of accepted it as reality already since my teeth are so bad. Keep us updated.
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Old 12-28-2009, 12:22 PM
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Here's something that might help - mms1. For healthy teeth I use four activated drops in two tablespoons of water as a mouth wash.
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Old 12-28-2009, 10:56 PM
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I agree with BigAl, MMS is the product to use for loose teeth, and dentists have no clue.

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Old 12-30-2009, 08:44 PM
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ALso hydrogen peroxide is very good for killing the germs in the gums. I don't dilute it but it says dilute 50% with water. Either way.
THen I recommend getting more fresh and cooked veggies, greens, etc. to help get more minerals into your system. Vit C also- peppers are a good source. Try to get natural sources at this point. Avoid all the starch and pasta for awhile, which is depleted of nutrients basically. And start eating some good plain yogurt. Your teeth and mouth need good bacteria too. Do not use Fluoride in anything.
Also you should take Vit D3 for calcium metabolism improvement and many other things. Lots of info on this board about that. 10000 units daily for a couple months if you don't get any sun or supplements, then back off to 5000 or so. Check this board for more info.
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Old 01-08-2010, 12:23 PM
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I can't find any information on "MMS1".

Also, 10,000 "IU" of Vitamin D-3? I have 1,000's so should I just ten a day?

I also have been taking CoQ10 but it is only 10 MGs. I seen up to 300MGs for sale. Would it be the same thing to just take thirty of the 10 MGs or am I missing something? Don't wanna overdose on this stuff but I want maximum benefit...
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It is the same to take the multiple supplements but not nearly as cost effective to just purchase the correct dosage.

You can find out about MMS 1 and MMS2 here. www.jimhumble.biz
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