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Tooth bone grafting 05 Sep 2019 18:08 #61290

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My father had a tooth extracted and filled for bone grafting.

He used MMS mixed with HCL to disinfect the extraction site to speed the healing and prevent infection.

6 months later the dentist discovered that the bone graft material was completely reabsorbed by the bone and the gum was hollow.

Does MMS dissolve down bone grafting? Would it do the same for stem cell transplant?

I still question if it leeches minerals because I read recently that Jim Humble had issues with his jaw bone.

Any insights would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!!

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Tooth bone grafting 06 Sep 2019 02:52 #61291

I don't know anything about bone grafting, but read online that "Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that replaces missing bone..." Is that the procedure used on your father's tooth?

I would doubt that MMS1, made using MMS and 4% HCL, would cause any problems with such a procedure. But I do know that using MMS1 for teeth brushing and as a mouthwash is probably not advisable due to its very low pH. Another recent thread here on the forum caused me to measure the pH of MMS1, CDH and CDS when following the teeth brushing protocol in Jim's latest book.
2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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