Naturopathic protocol for periodontal...

Naturopathic protocol for periodontal disease

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Donald Newman DDS

Boca Raton, FL

#1 Mar 11, 2011
In this forum I intend to present a naturopathic program for inflamed gums. The object is to reduce inflamation of the mouth thereby inhibiting tooth,gum and bone loss.

The core understanding is that the body is a healing machine and needs natural healing. I invite questions and intend to provide
informative answers.
jackie

United States

#2 May 5, 2012
I lost a front tooth to periodontal disease in 12/11. I just had a visit the a periodontist who did charting and full mouth xray. He said he wanted to think about where to start, but the inflammation was really a problem for me. I will go back to him in a few weeks. I want to take full responsibility for my health, by starting an herbal program. I am a natural health advocate, but I don't know where to begin
Donald Newman DDS

Boca Raton, FL

#4 Oct 4, 2012
Try my naturopathic protocol,
1- Irrigation via hydrofloss
2- Earth's Finest Mouthwash
3- Moxxor (anti inflamatory green lipped mussel oil )
4- Brush with " holistic Tooth Powder"
5- Consider " Earthing "
Donald Newman DDS

Boca Raton, FL

#5 Nov 16, 2012
jackie wrote:
I lost a front tooth to periodontal disease in 12/11. I just had a visit the a periodontist who did charting and full mouth xray. He said he wanted to think about where to start, but the inflammation was really a problem for me. I will go back to him in a few weeks. I want to take full responsibility for my health, by starting an herbal program. I am a natural health advocate, but I don't know where to begin
Oil pulling is a cleansing activity which greatly reduces inflamation. Many like coconut or sesame oil. My research has led me to " Cedar Nut Oil " from the "Ringing Cedar Tree" series. This oil is cold processed using the old advantages of wood extraction and seems to resonate more wellness than any other oil. You will be impressed!
Donald Newman DDS

Boca Raton, FL

#6 Oct 26, 2014
Donald Newman DDS wrote:
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Oil pulling is a cleansing activity which greatly reduces inflamation. Many like coconut or sesame oil. My research has led me to " Cedar Nut Oil " from the "Ringing Cedar Tree" series. This oil is cold processed using the old advantages of wood extraction and seems to resonate more wellness than any other oil. You will be impressed!
I have reviewed my naturopathic protocol for treating gum disease and modified it.
1-irrigation via hydrofloss
2-Brushing with Frezzor Flakey Sea Salt
3-Frezzor's Omega-3

This protocol will help manage gum disease.
Anyone who needs additional information as to why and how long it takes is invited to reply.We are 20-30 years ahead of the curve.
Donald Newman DDS
lavon2j

Little Rock, AR

#7 Oct 26, 2014
Donald Newman DDS wrote:
<quoted text>
I have reviewed my naturopathic protocol for treating gum disease and modified it.
1-irrigation via hydrofloss
2-Brushing with Frezzor Flakey Sea Salt
3-Frezzor's Omega-3
This protocol will help manage gum disease.
Anyone who needs additional information as to why and how long it takes is invited to reply.We are 20-30 years ahead of the curve.
Donald Newman DDS
http://www.ringingcedarsofrussia.org/cedar_nu...
The amino acid content is amazing. I will order it, and reply after my 60 day trial.
Thank You
Donald Newman DDS

Boca Raton, FL

#8 Oct 30, 2014
As a disclosure I represent Frezzor.
Please consider teamfrezzor.com/drnewman
I am eager to talk and explain my naturopathic considerations.
Donald Newman DDS
Donald Newman DDS

Boca Raton, FL

#9 Nov 16, 2014
lavon2j wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.ringingcedarsofrussia.org/cedar_nu...
The amino acid content is amazing. I will order it, and reply after my 60 day trial.
Thank You
I use your cedar nut oil and consider it to be world class!
Derrick Sly

Walla Walla, WA

#10 Dec 22, 2014
They say that the worst thing that can happen to your teeth is for your gums to be diseased. I believe that's true. Cavities and root canals are one thing. Having your gums get gingivitis is the worst, though, because that's like having your tooth's foundation pulled out from under it. The only way to make sure you don't get it is to brush regularly and have lots of checkups.
http://www.mountainperio.com/gum-disease/gum-...

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