“Maybe you are searching among the branches
for what only appears in the roots." - Rumi
The correct way to heal your sensitive teeth, or anything else, is to go to the root of the problem.
What is the problem?
Teeth become sensitive and painful when the enamel erodes from acidic foods, bacteria, grinding, harmful chemicals in your toothpaste and mouthwash, and poor oral hygiene habits. This exposes the nerve endings of the teeth and leads to shooting pains when you eat or drink hot, cold, or sweet beverages and foods.
Under the right conditions, your teeth have the natural ability to remineralize themselves. That means using what's in the natural environment to rebuild and strengthen the enamel. This is what reduces the shooting pains of tooth sensitivity.
The latest science backs non-toxic, natural solutions for oral health and sensitive teeth pain, WITHOUT HARSH CHEMICALS. We will reveal some of these solutions and the studies to back them up.
However, there are reasons your dentist may not be telling you about them.
Dental science has been advancing rapidly. Your dentist is likely working with information that's 50 years old or more.
Continuing education is not required in the dental profession. They may still be filling your teeth with mercury, which has been banned in Sweden and Norway. They may still extol the virtues of fluoride, which is actually not one, but a few, substances that are classified as toxic industrial waste.
The International Association of Physiologic Aesthetics (IAPA) is an organization of dentists dedicated to continuing education and using the latest science to help patients without poisoning them. They have been fighting special interests that try to stifle scientific advancement that can greatly improve your health.
All fields of study, and all industries, experience inertia, including the dental industry. Companies make a lot of money on technologies and products before science makes them obsolete. Then they use their wealth as leverage to keep things the way they are - TOXIC - instead of adapting to meet the needs of real human beings like you.
Tooth sensitivity is caused by erosion of your tooth enamel, aka demineralization. After lengthy reviews of the science, immunizeLABS has enlisted the help of the following superingredients to make OralMiracle mouthwash.
They are proven to support your tooth enamel's natural remineralization and restoration process.
CPP (Phosphopeptides) and ACP (Calcium Phosphate) spontaneously form CPP-ACP in saliva to help restore and remineralize tooth enamel and raise the pH to a level that makes enamel restoration possible. *
In a 2017 Era Medical College study, researchers found that the rise in pH from a baking soda mouth rinse was sufficient for teeth remineralization. This is what gives the CPP-ACP permission to strengthen tooth enamel. *
Pink Himalayan salt is mostly unprocessed sodium chloride like your table salt. The pink color comes from more than 80 trace minerals. Salt raises your pH so that your teeth can strengthen enamel through remineralization. It also kills germs. *
Unlike sugar, bacteria cannot use xylitol for energy. In fact, xylitol reduces plaque and slows the growth of some harmful forms of bacteria. *
* Scroll further down for links to scientific studies
"... My gums were starting to heal and my teeth were becoming remineralized. My teeth felt cleaner and smoother, as they were when I was younger, and the best part is they are so much whiter"
Sheila Datt, Nutrition Coach, Old Greenwich, Connecticut, Verified Buyer
"... I woke up for the first time in my life without dragon breath. Within the first week, I could already tell it was whitening my teeth, and they just keep getting whiter. My sensitivities have diminished and disappeared...”
"This mouthwash is incredible, all my kids love it! It's pretty much the only thing they can agree on these days. I also had very strong tooth sensitivities and for me they were gone after using this mouthwash for about two weeks."
Rose M, Verified Buyer
CPP (Phosphopeptides) and ACP (Calcium Phosphate) spontaneously form CPP-ACP in saliva to help remineralize teeth enamel.
CPP-ACP also changes the pH balance in the mouth, keeping calcium and phosphate levels high. This prevents demineralization and protects against acids, which have low pH levels.
A University of Witwatersrand (South Africa) study examined the available clinical trials and other research about the effectiveness of CPP-ACP.
One large 2-year study they looked at measured tooth remineralization and hardness from chewing gum with various dosages of CPP-ACP. They found that “The odds of a tooth surface's progressing to caries was 18% less in subjects who chewed sugar-free gum containing 54 mg CPP-ACP than in control subjects who chewed gum without CPP-ACP.”
After reviewing all the studies, they concluded that the clinical results, on real humans, “suggest a caries (cavities) preventing effect for long-term clinical CPP-ACP use.”
Compare these numbers to the fluoride in your toothpaste and mouthwash. They're very promising.
Farooq, Imran & Farooq Umer et al. (July, 2013). A review of novel dental caries preventive material: Casein phosphopeptide–amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP–ACP) complex. King Saud University Journal of Dental Sciences. Vol. 4, Issue 2, pp. 47-51. Retrieved from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2210815713000127
Mickenautsch, S & Yangopal, V. (2009). Caries preventive effect of casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP-ACP): a meta-analysis. Acta Odontal Scand. Division of Public Oral Health, University of the Witwatersrand, Parktown/Johannesburg, South Africa. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19701818
Adams, GG & Baily, DL et al. (April, 2008). The anticariogenic effect of sugar-free gum containing CPP-ACP nanocomplexes on approximal caries determined using digital bitewing radiography. Caries Research. Performed at Cooperative Research Centre for Oral Health Science, University of Melbourne. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18446025
Baking soda raises the pH in your mouth, making remineralization with calcium and phosphate possible.
In a 2017 Era Medical College study, researchers found that the rise in pH from a baking soda mouth rinse was sufficient for teeth remineralization.
They concluded: “Sodium bicarbonate mouth rinse is effective in increasing salivary pH above the threshold level needed for prevention of enamel demineralization and enhancing remineralization. This positive finding concluded from our study definitely indicates that SB rinse which is low in cost, bland in taste and associated with no side effect can be used as an adjunct to oral hygiene measures for long periods with more patient comfort during the maintenance phase.”
Baking soda is also well-known as a whitening agent, stain remover, and bacteria killer that relieves ulcers and sores.
Agrawal, Amiya & Chandel, Siddhartha et al. (July – December, 2017). The effect of sodium bicarbonate oral rinse on salivary pH and oral microflora: A prospective cohort study. National Journal of Maxillofacial Surgery. Maxillofacial Society of India. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5773983/
Salmeri, Jeff. DynamicDentalInc.com. (January, 2013). How Baking Soda Can Keep Your Mouth and Teeth Healthy. Retrieved from http://www.dynamicdentalinc.com/blog/bid/81389/how-baking-soda-can-keep-your-mouth-and-teeth-healthy
Pink Himalayan salt contains more than 80 minerals and trace elements, some of which aid your teeth’s natural remineralization process. Minerals include calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, and potassium.
This salt is mostly sodium chloride, just like unadulterated forms of table salt. It’s the minerals that give it its pink color.
Sodium chloride increases pH levels in the mouth, aiding remineralization and killing harmful bacteria.
Pink Himalayan salt is one of the purest salts on earth. It’s mined naturally from the Punjab region of Pakistan, often by hand.
Tracey Sandilands. Colgate.com. How Salt Water Mouth Rinse Benefits Oral Health. Retrieved from https://www.colgate.com/en-us/oral-health/conditions/mouth-sores-and-infections/how-salt-water-mouth-rinse-benefits-oral-health-1214
According to a 2014 study, “Xylitol, like any other sweetener, promotes mineralization by increasing the salivary flow when used as chewing gum or large xylitol pastille. The uniqueness of xylitol is that it is practically nonfermentable by oral bacteria. Also, there is a decrease in levels of mutans streptococci (MS), as well as the amount of plaque, when there is habitual consumption of xylitol.”
Khandelwal, Vishal & Nayak, Prathibha Anand & Nayak, Ullal Anand. (November, 2014). The effect of xylitol on dental caries and oral flora. Clinical, Cosmetic, and Investigational Dentistry Journal. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4232036/
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