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The neurotoxic effect of root canals

16 April 2017 - By Scott Heappey
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Root canals are done when an injury or a large cavity damages the tooth's root. The infected pulp is removed and the tooth is disinfected, and sealed. But, what you’re left with is a dead tooth with the same or worse infections that root canals supposedly remedy.

The hidden dangers

No biocompatible medicaments are available to clean the canal or seal the tooth. Materials such as paraformaldehyde are not only neurotoxic but you run the risk of overfilling which can cause further infection. From there, it’s a short path to your nervous system, immune system, circulatory system, musculoskeletal system and more.

"Instead of solving a problem, root canals introduce a steady stream of dangerous-and even deadly-toxins into your body."
Dr. Levy & Dr. Kulacz (The Toxic Tooth)

The waste these bacteria generate is neurotoxic and over time can manifest as an autoimmune disorder or other chronic illness including movement disorders.

Root canals are harbors for potent neurotoxins. Therefore you probably want them removed. We recommend using a dentist that specialises in this area. If the removal isn’t handled correctly, treatment can expose you to more neurotoxins and make your symptoms worse.

Scott Heappey

Scott Heappey

I aim to create compelling digital solutions that attract and resonate across an ever-evolving landscape. I have a fuelled addiction for new trends and techniques. My focus is to tell a story while meeting all objectives in a user-centric manner. I have a Masters Degree in Art and Design with a focus on Brain Gene Ontology Visualisation.

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How Project Recorder can help?

During treatment from a reccommended dentist you can record data and discover patterns where you can identify possible improvement of symptoms. This information can then be shared with your specialist.