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> >Cavitations & Root Canals
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> >Laura Lee Interview with George Meinig, DDS & Dr. M. LaMarche
> www.lauralee.com

> >Laura Lee: Have you ever looked at fossil remains of dinosaurs
> or those of
> >early man and noticed those rows and rows of perfect teeth still
> intact?
> >Have you ever wondered why modern man can't seem to get through
> a lifetime
> >with all his teeth intact, it doesn't seem fair does it? What
> are we doing
> >wrong?

> >No doubt you've heard and we have covered in depth on this show
> the
> >problems arising from mercury and silver amalgams. It's so well
> known in
> >fact that 50% of the over 1,000,000 amalgams placed in teeth
> of Americans
> >today are composites. A new material that doesn't contain mercury.

> >You probably thought that mercury was the big issue and that
> now you know
> >about it you're safe in terms of what's safe in your mouth.
> I'm sorry, but
> >there's more. There's much, much more. And we have tonight two
> gentlemen
> >who are experts in their field in some of the newest research,
> actually
> >it's old research, but it's just getting the attention today
> that it deserves.

> >And that is problems with root canals; apparently there are
> bacteria that
> >can be harbored in root canals no matter how perfectly they're
> done. These
> >bacteria mutate and become toxin factories, they can get out
> into the
> >{*filter*}stream and cause degenerative diseases or make them worse.

> >Also cavitation is a new term you're going to learn tonight
> and that is the
> >space left in the jawbone when a tooth is extracted. If an infected
> tooth
> >or simply a wisdom tooth that needs to come out to make space,
> problems can
> >arise with dead tissue in the jawbone and you're going to learn
> tonight
> >what you can do about these conditions. We have with us Dr.
> George Meinig,
> >the author of Root C{*filter*}Cover-Up. It's a book that details
> this work from
> >the 1920's done by Dr. Westin Price. Research that has been
> done recently
> >and confirmed. He's a specialist in root canals and a dentist.

> >We also have with us Dr. Michael LaMarche. He's a dentist that
> is in
> >practice today specializing in mercury removal. He has worked
> closely with
> >Dr. Hal Huggins who's a leading researcher into mercury toxicity
> and silver
> >dental amalgams and also Dr. LaMarche is one of 13 dentists
> selected
> >nationwide selected for research into cavitations. And we're
> going to find
> >out some very important and useful information tonight.

> >Welcome Dr. Meinig.

> >Dr. Meinig: Thank you very much, Laura.

> >Laura Lee: And welcome Dr. LaMarche.

> >Dr. LaMarche: Thank you, it's a pleasure to be here.

> >Laura Lee: Thank you for all the work that you two have been
> doing in this.
> >I know that people who are plagued with degenerative diseases,
> people who
> >want to avoid those conditions, people whose health is delicate
> don't need
> >any extra {*filter*}s on the immune system.

> >And this research is quite startling when you first hear about
> it. It
> >begins to make more and more sense when you look into it. Let's
> start with
> >you Dr. Meinig, tell us a bit about the problems with root canals,
> your
> >research and why do we even have infected teeth? That's a question
> we'll
> >get to - prevention - at the end of our discussion tonight,
> but what is a
> >root canal, let's define some terms. What has been some of the
> research?

> >Dr. Meinig: Let me start out by saying that I am one of the
> 19 founding
> >members of the root c{*filter*}association, so the people out there
> don't get
> >the idea that I have no background in the...

> >Laura Lee: Did I not mention that? I'm sorry, that was in my
> notes.

> >Dr. Meinig: And it's important for you to know that because
> I'm going to be
> >saying some things critical about root c{*filter*}treatment today.
> And the
> >reason is that I practiced some 47 years and in all of that
> time I never
> >heard about a 25-year research program that was conducted by
> Dr. Westin
> >Price in the early 1900's and actually before then and it was
> finally
> >published in 1923.

> >His work was all well documented in two volumes of 1174 pages
> and in 25
> >articles that appear in the medical and dental literature. Now
> what he
> >reported and what he found with the tests which involved some
> 5,000 animals
> >over the 25 year period was root c{*filter*}distilled teeth, no matter
> how good
> >they looked, or how free they were from symptoms, always remained
> infected.

> >Now that's a shocker, and it's one that many dentists don't
> want to believe
> >because many of the things that we do as an endodontist involve
> large areas
> >of bone loss at the end of a root of the tooth and when you
> do the root
> >c{*filter*}filling you see that bone fills in with new bone and how
> could that
> >dentist and that patient ever think that there could still be
> infection in
> >that tooth? And the problem is that the infection occurs in
> what is known
> >as the dentin of the tooth.

> >The dentin involves 95% of all of the tooth substance and surprisingly,
> >although it's almost as hard as enamel when it's cut with a
> drill it makes
> >a shrill noise just like if you were cutting stone, and you
> would think it
> >was a very hard solid substance. Surprisingly it's composed
> of little tiny
> >tubules, and those tubules are so small that if we took our
> smallest front
> >tooth and stretched it out - stretched those tubules out end
> to end - it
> >would stretch out for a distance of 3 miles.

> >Now what happens is when you get a cavity in a tooth and the
> decay gets
> >into the dentin of the tooth the bacteria that are involved
> in the decay
> >process get into those tubules. I should tell you that initially
> those
> >tubules carry a fluid and that that fluid carries nutriments
> and the
> >nutriments in those dentin tubules keep the tooth alive and
> healthy.

> >And those nutriments come from the nerve and the {*filter*} vessels
> that come
> >into the root c{*filter*}of the tooth. And so fundamentally what
> happens when
> >you get a deep cavity and it exposes the nerve of the tooth,
> those bacteria
> >get into all of those dentin tubules and they remain in there
> causing
> >infection and eventually they can escape and that's a story
> in itself. They
> >can escape in what's known as the lateral canals and there toxins
> can
> >actually escape directly through the root surface into what's
> called the
> >peridontal membrane or ligament.

> >This is a hard fibrous tissue which holds the tooth in the bony
> socket, and
> >when the infection gets into there it transfers easily into
> the bony socket
> >and from there the bacteria and the bacterial toxins can get
> into the
> >surrounding bone and the {*filter*} supply of that surrounding bone.
> And now
> >this acts much like cancer cells, you know cancer cells metastasize
> and
> >that means that they travel around the body in the {*filter*}stream
> and they get
> >to another tissue, gland or organ and they set up a new cancer.

> >Well these bacteria from infected dentin tubules also travel
> around and
> >metastasize in the same way and they can get into the various
> tissue. Those
> >bacteria are kind of like people, you know, if they get to like
> Seattle or
> >Reno or someplace they decide that's where they're going to
> have their
> >home, well the bacteria traveling around the body, they may
> get to the
> >liver, the kidneys or the heart or the eyes or some other tissue
> and they
> >set up an infection in that area. So this is exactly what happens
> and why
> >the degenerative diseases occur from these teeth.

> >Laura Lee: Now why isn't the immune system not able to knock
> out these
> >bacteria when they get outside the tooth? I can understand three
> miles of
> >tunnels in these microtubules of an infected tooth for these
> bacteria to
> >propagate in. It's hard for the immune system to get in there,
> but once
> >they travel out, what's the immune system doing there? Just
> a slow wear and
> >tear where they can't get rid of the infection sites so it's
> this constant
> >default...?

> >Dr. Meinig: Well, you're right, the immune system under certain
> >circumstances can take care of this quite adequately, but it
> has to be
> >those people who have extremely good genetic backgrounds who
> are in good
> >nutrition basis, are having no health problems, in their daily
> life.

> >Laura Lee: Now, who in the late 20th century can make that claim
> with all
> >the {*filter*}s on our systems.

> >Dr. Meinig: That's right, Laura, there's not very many that
> can make that
> >claim. Now if there are some people, and Dr. Price found that
> 258 of his
> >patients met that requirement, he found they could stand root
> canals for
> >many years without any difficulty until they had a severe accident,
> until
> >they got a case of the flu, they had some severe stress to them,
> and now
> >their immune system which was able to cope with these bacteria
> and these
> >toxins of the bacteria now had too much to do and they could
> no longer cope
> >and this person would develop a disease in their liver, their
> kidneys,
> >their eyes, their brain, their whatever, just the same as a
> cancer
> >metastasizing around this would happen to them in degenerative
> disease
> >situation.

> >Laura Lee: When we come back let's talk a little bit about Dr.
> Price's
> >original research. This research went on for five decades or
> so not being
> >recognized. He was first doing this in the 209. It went for
> a long long
> >time not really being recognized, though he was part of the
> establishment
> >of his day, he did legitimate research, he wrote volumes, it's
> >well-documented, he did the proper laboratory experiments, etc.


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Mon, 13 Oct 2003 04:27:17 GMT
 FW: [mscured] Cavitations & Root Canals

Dr Meinig is quoting quacky research from Dr. Price that was done in the
very early 1900's.  Is this what you want to base your current medical
and dental decisions from?

Not I,


> > >--- Original Message ---

> > >Cavitations & Root Canals
> > >http://www.mercola.com/2001/apr/25/cavitations.htm

> > >Laura Lee Interview with George Meinig, DDS & Dr. M. LaMarche
> > www.lauralee.com

Wed, 15 Oct 2003 00:32:05 GMT
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>Subject: Re: FW: [mscured] Cavitations & Root Canals

>Date: 4/27/01 11:32 AM US Eastern Standard Time

>Dr Meinig is quoting quacky research from Dr. Price that was done in the
>very early 1900's.  Is this what you want to base your current medical
>and dental decisions from?

>Not I,

But you are eager to accept recent studies?? Not that I have seen. So this is
just an excuse. In some ways we would do well to return to what grandma taught


Wed, 15 Oct 2003 10:03:29 GMT
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