We have been told that tooth decay is an infection. Tooth decay is NOT an infection, it's a sign of loss of probiotic bacteria in the mouth.
The oral microbiome is are all of the bacteria that live in the mouth.
Like your digestive system, these microbes help your teeth and gums stay healthy. Probiotic oral bacteria protect you from tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath. All of these conditions signal an imbalance in mouth.
Dental plaque is a living organism, that you need to keep healthy and balanced. How do you do that? Through your diet. The more diversity in your oral microbiome, the healthier it is. Your oral bacteria behave like a living organism.
Sanitizing your mouth with mouthwash and other dental products isn't the real way to keep your teeth healthy. You need to eat to feed those protective bacteria. My dental practice is based on nutrition to prevent all dental diseases. The great part about dental nutrition is that when your mouth is healthy, your gut is healthy and your entire body falls into place.
Vitamin K2 will go down in human history as the most misunderstood molecule. We have forgotten that our body requires vitamin K2 to develop straight teeth.
Crooked teeth is a vitamin deficiency. Which vitamin? There are a few, namely the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, and K2. Children today need braces because of genes. They have crooked teeth because their jaws don't grow to fit 32 human teeth.
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