Fluoride Is Poisonous For Us

26 Aug

Baby bottle tooth decay, root canals, toothache, cavities, tooth decay treatments, remedies for toothacheTooth decay that happens in young children is called cavities in baby teeth or early childhood caries. Don’t be amazed if I say that baby tooth decay doesn’t happen to a baby by sucking on a bottle. Sucking baby bottles filled with sweet substances like fruit juice leads to tooth decay more frequently than sucking on regular milk bottles.

If your child is suffering from baby tooth decay or teeth cavities, you should know about existing treatments for tooth decay, and if there are any side effects from them.

Modern dentistry does not offer very appealing treatments for our little ones. Sedation, immobilization, chemicals, and surgery are the only things that are routinely offered. They will extract the teeth and place a metal crown inside the mouth that contains highly toxic aluminum. A new way is to execute fillings for root canals on the baby’s tooth. Today, dentistry is only performed to make profits, without care for the patients. The least invasive treatment offer for tooth cavity is fluoride. Fluoride is highly toxic, and even a small drop is enough to kill a child. It is scientifically proven that liquid fluoridation can cause brain and kidney cancer. That’s why parents are not willing to put fluoride on their child’s teeth. It’s a strange truth that commonly every treatment performed for teeth cavities is poisonous and injurious. As a part of this society, we can do something much more superior than this.

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