Toxic Teeth: How Root Canal Procedures Dramatically Increase Your Risk of Chronic Disease
I don’t know about you guys, but I hate going to the dentist. Just think about it; those scraping tools on your front teeth – just gives me shivers thinking about it.
Regardless of what you’re getting performed at the dentist, it’s never any fun. However, we do need to go to the dentist. We have to take care of our teeth because we only get one pair. But new studies show that some of the operations our dentist are performing on us are making things worse – like a root canal. One doctor hasn’t performed a root canal in over 20 years!
Root canals are an endodontic treatment done to the inside of the tooth. They claim it is necessary when the pulp becomes infected or inflamed. But, some doctors refuse to do them. Why? Well, because root canals can make you extremely sick. This is because there is bacteria harbored within the root of our teeth, and the bones can release potent toxins when it is performed. The root canal takes away the blood flow, which suspends the immune system function in the tooth, giving the bacteria and potent toxins free reign to your body.
The pathogenic bacteria that is exposed to the mouth after the root canal infect the surrounding jawbone and wreak Havoc on your mouth. Dr. Kulacz is a dentist out of Somers, New York. He opened his office in 1992 after six years of being an associate. He has spent an extraordinary amount of time studying root canals and their toxic effects. So much that he published a groundbreaking book titled, The Toxic Tooth: “How a Root Canal Tooth Might be Making you Sick.”
“I did a lot of root canals for many years,” he says. “Everything was going smoothly until one day, a patient of mine said to me, ‘You know, I heard from my physician that root canals may be bad; that root canals may cause or contribute to other diseases in the body.’
And I said, ‘You’re crazy. Who is telling you this? That’s impossible.’ He said, ‘You got to look at this information.’ He gave me websites of organizations like the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) to look at.
I went on to explore this topic so I could come back to him and say, ‘Here is where you’re wrong, here’s where your physician is wrong, and here is where the American Dental Association (ADA) is right.’
Lo and behold, I found out they’re right; I was wrong.
I looked at Weston Price’s work, the work of Rosenow, and others. I decided to go to an IAOMT meeting… Dr. Boyd Haley’s lecture on root canals and how toxic they are changed my life. I realized I was wrong… From that day on, I changed my practice.”