Hi CLO2 ..
Is it ok to apply DMSO on metal/porcelain crowns ( its kind of dental bridge 4 connected crowns but made of a metal inside material ..
As there is inflammation in the gum and pain in the teeth .. ?
I know metal must be out of our mouth ..
But this is the case now .
I too am in NZ. I'm looking to help my daughter's teeth as they've started to go translucent due to drinking a lot of lemon water (for stomach issues). I'm hoping you might be able to direct me to where I may purchase the TSP either from you or your original source.
I'm hopeful you'll be able to respond soon. Thank you very much CLO2 and mart1n for this thread... <3
I'm not sure if my last message came through, as I'm unable to locate it on this thread. So, I'll repeat it here:
I too am in NZ and needing to help my daughter's translucent teeth from lemon water (due to stomach issues). I wondering if you could point me in the direction of obtaining TSP either from you or your supplier you found. We would be truly greatful.
As a note about lemon juice, a friend's wife used to suck on lemons a lot. There were ridges on her teeth caused by teeth brushing with an acid mouth. Truthquester's idea of adding baking soda when brushing would raise the pH and stop such problems.
Thank you CLO2. I think I read Polar had trouble ordering from them for NZ. I'll give them a try, but hoping Polar might have some for purchase locally here in NZ for a quicker receipt., as shipping is taking over a month from the US to here with the current situation in the world.
Thank you for sharing about the friend's wife. We make our own toothpaste currently:
3 tbsp Bentonite Clay (detoxification)
2 tbsp Coconut Oil (antimicrobial)
3/4 tsp Himalayan Salt (mineralizing)
1 tsp Baking Soda (whitening/alkaline)
1 tbsp Manuka Honey (antimicrobial)
2-3 tbsp Water for thinning
10 drops Lemongrass Essential Oil
It's really great stuff! I look forward to adding the TSP to help.
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