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Root Canal Alternative Treatment (Pulp Capping and Homeopathy)

Many people think that when a dentist recommend a root canal it means that there’s no other way to save the teeth. That being said, did you know that most of the root canal procedures done in the United States are actually unnecessary? Today we’re going to talk if there is any alternative to root canal treatment, and what you should do when your dentist diagnosed that you need this procedure.

I was told that I need Root Canal. What should I do?

When your dentist recommends a root canal and you’re having second thoughts, it would be best to try meeting another dentist for a second opinion. We highly recommend going to the dentist that prefers to conserve teeth. This is true especially if you are not experiencing extreme tooth pain. If you have a swollen gum and the tooth hurts very badly then there’s a big chance that you do need root canal (due to infection).

So below are the keypoints:

  1. Root canal procedure isn’t always a fixed solution
  2. If there’s no signs of infection (swelling, severe pain), then you may be qualified for root canal alternative treatment

Root Canal Alternative Treatment

root canal alternative treatment - pulp capping

While many people believe that there’s no root canal alternative therapy available, there are actually several ways that can be done to save your teeth from having to undergo a root canal treatment. One of them is the pulp capping.

It’s less known by common people, but the pulp capping may be the alternative treatment you are looking for. This is a medical method performed by dentist to keep tooth decay or cavities to attack the pulp chamber. In some cases, dentists perform the procedure to keep the tooth filling from the nerve. Therefore, this procedure can be considered as a preventive procedure.

Pulp capping is cheaper than the cost of root canal surgery, it saves and preserves the tooth from dying, offer faster recovery afterwards, and it is less invasive. There are many advantages of this procedure, you know.

However, there are several conditions that have to be met in order for the patient to be eligible for pulp capping:

  • No tooth infection or dental abscess
  • There is only minimal exposure of the pulp
  • The nerves have only been exposed in recent time.
  • The nerves have to be alive

As you can see, these are all possible if you regularly visit your dentist. If you’re already feeling tooth pain and swelling, it may be a bit too late for this root canal treatment alternative therapy.

Natural Root Canal Homeopathic Treatment

root canal homeopathic treatment alternative

It may surprise you but there’s a simple and natural root canal holistic treatment that you can do by yourself! Note that result may vary; hence not every tooth infection can be healed completely using this natural method. That said, this diet-based treatment has helped many people to have a better life.

Below are some of the rules that you have to follow strictly:

  • Avoid ALL processed sugar, flour products and grains. This includes all products with white sugar, white rice, white bread, whole-wheat bread¸ etc.
  • Drink certified raw milk from reputable farm
  • Eat yellow butter and high quality protein. Some people go with raw or rare proteins (sashimi, sushi, raw or rare steak)

Do that until your tooth pain goes away. Many have confirmed that it works, but it is also important to remember that there are still some cases where it doesn’t work.

I hope after reading this post you can find valuable information about root canal alternative treatment! Have you tried this before? Share some comments under and tell us if it’s working or not!

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  1. Mitch

    January 12, 2016 at 8:16 pm

    Haaellujlh! I needed this-you’re my savior.

    • Lisa Parker

      January 13, 2016 at 5:53 am

      You’re very welcome, Mitch! We are trying our best to provide our readers good information that they need. Share the goodness!

  2. Janet

    August 17, 2017 at 8:13 am

    Recently I had done tooth filling with Composite Filling and feel discomfort when it is done. Week later I had my old filling replace and discomfort too.

    There are no discomfort originally but after apply new filling it is discomfort even bite food feel ache too.

    Is the filling not suitable kindly advice.

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