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Question enamel and citric acid???? help please!!(:

12 Dec 2011 20:43 #9175 by hari
hi!
my tooth enamel is quite destroyed!:(
i want to use mms for a healthy mouth, and at the same time, i´m scared that the citric acid will keep on destroying it.. (cause the acid in fruits, speially citrics, does; and all acids do in general)..or is it that when it is activated it works differently?
can anyone help me? thanks***

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13 Dec 2011 00:00 #9181 by jemco
Replied by jemco on topic enamel and citric acid???? help please!!(:
I am not an expert, but I did have sensitive teeth, which could have been caused by thin enamel.
I use Ivory soap to brush my teeth.
I wet the toothbrush and rub it into the soap a bit.
My toothbrush is soft. A soft toothbrush is recommended.
Then I rinse.
Then I floss.
Then I rinse.
Then I spray MMS spray onto the toothbrush and brush around everything in my mouth, but not the teeth.
Personally, sometimes I do brush some MMS on the teeth, but maybe you shouldn't until your enamel builds up again.
Then I rinse.
Then I spray MMS spray around in my mouth, but not directly onto my teeth.
If that bothers the teeth, then you should probably stop all or some of that.

It is just how I do it and I offer it in case you want to get some ideas for yourself.

I am not sure if a dentist can help you too, but my dentist recommended fluoride in my toothpaste and I told him I would not do that.
However, there may be something a dentist can help with.

I apologize that I do not have a better answer for you.

Joe
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13 Dec 2011 04:09 - 13 Dec 2011 04:09 #9191 by pam
Also, the new CDS formulation basically removes the acid in the process of making it. I brush with it daily. At this moment, the only thing I'm still doing using MMS activated with Citric Acid is the skin spray. But that's just me....

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18 Dec 2011 17:15 #9386 by hari
thanks pam, thanks jemco!

yes pam! i was arriving to the same solution!!
yesterday, with a friend we did the gas experiment and obtained cds; i´ll start trying, and when i see effects i´ll report it to the forum(;

jemco, i also recommend it to you, t´s very easy to make, and probably it´s better for your gum cleaning!...and isn´t ivory gritty?

here is the link to the video where andreas k explains it very simply!!:)



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18 Feb 2014 17:18 #40128 by ronr3052
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Hi Pam,

So, it is safe to use chlorine dioxide to brush teeth and to use as a mouth rinse? I'm pretty sure that I have sensitive teeth as well as soft teeth, and I think that the enamel of my teeth is pretty much gone. (This being said, I've also been informed that I have some degree of tooth decay). I've wondered about this as I know many fruits containing citric acid and that betaine hcl supplements, which are needed to produce hydrochloric acid, can ruin the enamel of one's teeth. However, if it's one of the most important natural remedies to kill infections, I would think that this would be the best thing to take. In terms of brushing my teeth, I currently only use fluoride free toothpastes. Any advice you could provide regarding rebuilding enamel and fighting infections with chlorine dioxide or any other substances would be greatly appreciated. I also have two amalgam dental fillings and two titanium dental implants, which I believe are greatly contributing to my health problems. I'd like to have these materials be removed and be replaced with ceramic dental restorations, but this is not possible at this time. Thus, I have to rely on more affordable but effective things, such as the chlorine dioxide.

And, can you recommend an easy way to improve or manage the taste of the chlorine dioxide when using it as toothpaste or mouth rinse? Some people are saying to add DMSO, which I've never used, or baking soda to it.

Also, do you know anything about oil pulling with coconut oil? I've been using this on and off for some time as a mouth rinse to fight oral infections that I'm sure to have. It seems to have whitened my teeth somewhat, but because it is more expensive than the chlorine dioxide, I'm wondering if I could just use the chlorine dioxide in place of this and toothpaste.

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18 Feb 2014 18:33 #40134 by pam
i've brushed my teeth on and off for 4 years with MMS. You rinse it off almost immediately. Baking soda may kill the MMS/chlorine dioxide, so I wouldn't use that. for the taste, you could use a little of the stevia (Amazon has it - the flavored stevias)

For the taste, I will just drink without taking air through my nose (it's more the smell than the taste) - and then follow with a mouthfull of regular water.

I don't know about oil pulling, although I've seen all over the web people recommending it.
Pam

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