Wisdom Teeth Dental Scam & Why You Need Your Wisdom Teeth!!!

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I am writing this article about the importance of wisdom teeth even if few of mine have already been extracted. They have been gone for a few years now. I am pretty sure many of your wisdom teeth have been long gone as well. Then I wasn’t informed enough to make a wise decision. 

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We trust our dentists and think that they are doing the best job possible without even questioning their methods. I should’ve researched and should’ve questioned myself. But now I have finished my research and want to share my findings with you so that you can make the right decisions for yourself and not just listen to your dentists just because they tell you so. Many of us have been told that wisdom teeth need to be taken out because we don’t really need them. According to the dentists, they are just unnecessary teeth that just inconveniently crowd out our mouths.

What are wisdom teeth?

  • Wisdom teeth also called the Third Molars, are the furthest back teeth.
  • They usually start growing when you are in your early twenties or late teens.
  • A report published in the American Journal of Public Health says that more than 67 % of the preventative wisdom teeth removals are in fact unnecessary.
  • From 10 million wisdom teeth removals in America every year, only 20 proved to be necessary.
  • The old tale about wisdom teeth causing all kind of illnesses is simply False.
  • You have to look at it realistically, it’s a Huge money maker (around one billion dollars a year) for the dental industry.
  • In the 1900s, Dr. Weston A. Price made extensive researches on the link between diseases and oral health.
  • He found that there are native tribes, that with their traditional diets, were almost 100 percent free of tooth decay.
  • He came to the conclusion that the dental and even the overall health lies in nutrition.
  • Fortunately, this discovery is being practiced by holistic dentists nowadays and they understand that if you supply enough nutrients to the jaw bone while its developing, all 32 teeth will have their space in your mouth without crowding it.
  • The conclusion is that the proper nutrition is the secret behind trouble-free wisdom teeth.
    Dr. Weston Price also discovered that when these tribes started inserting sugar and white flour in their diet, their perfectly healthy teeth, quickly degraded.
    I really recommend reading his eye-opening and fascinating book Nutrition and Physical Degeneration.

Why Do You Need Your Wisdom Teeth?

  • Our teeth are vital, living organs within and linked to the body as a whole.
  • Wisdom teeth are connected (according to acupuncture meridians) to the front of our pituitary gland and our small intestine.In fact, 46 percent of the motor and sensory nerves in your brain’s cerebral cortex are interconnected with your mouth and face. 
  • So anytime a tooth is removed, it disturbs and breaks an acupuncture meridian that flows through the area of that tooth. 
  • In the Traditional Chinese Medicine, there is an acupuncture system, known for more than 5000 years, called the meridian acupuncture system, which shows the vital relationship between your teeth and your spinal segments, your joints, organs, vertebrae and the endocrine glands.

Wisdom Teeth Extractions Can Be Dangerous.

  • Did you know the fact that there are between 57,000 and 175,000 people that after wisdom teeth extractions experienced permanent prickling, tingling or numbness caused by nerve damage?
  • Again, this proves the point that all of our teeth are connected through the nervous system pathways with every part of our body. 
  • Even that it is a common surgery for a lot of Americans, the wisdom tooth extraction can have the very serious consequence which can lead to sudden death.  
  • So due to reasons stated above, I do not recommend removing your wisdom teeth unless there is a really good reason to do so.
  • According to the California-based dental consultant, Jay Friedman, more than 67 % of all wisdom tooth removals are medically unnecessary, and that most patients would be perfectly fine if they just leave their wisdom teeth alone.




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