Root Canals May Cause Psoriasis
This is not the first post mentioning the root canal link to psoriasis on this blog. Leaving the dead piece of bone-like structure – tooth – in the body is one of the craziest and most killing procedures “modern” medicine does today!
I am not going to rewrite here all the facts against the root canals (endodontic therapy). The point of this post is to give you directions to recommended books, videos and to make you start thinking about the safety of root canals.
This is very important for those with psoriasis or any other chronic inflammatory disease.
Cancer, psoriasis, heart diseases, “autoimmune diseases”, diabetes, asthma, neurodegenerative diseases, obesity, hormonal problems, intestinal problems like Crohn’s disease or Colitis,…all may be caused by root canal tooth.
A lot of people with root canals today “feel” that those teeth feel somehow weird or even a little bit painful but they ignore that because they believe that doctor did a great job for them.
But what if your doctor still didn’t reach the point of realizing A LOT of IMPORTANT THINGS?
What if your doctor never though about the toxicity of dead teeth left stuck in the jaw?
Root Canal Teeth Block ATP Generating Enzymes
In medicine there is no other procedure besides the root canal therapy which is trying to make use of dead part of the body and intentionally trying to keep and save it in the body.
Why would anybody care?
Bacterial toxins from those dead teeth leak into the body and induce the diseases like MS, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, Crohn’s disease, CFS/ME, ulcerative colitis, Parkinson’s disease, cancer, etc…
Then those people treated with root canal therapy become the patients and great source of income for pharmaceutical companies.
Dentists know how bad are the root canals
Fortunately there are some dentists like Hal Huggins, who sadly passed away in November 2014, the dentists who educate the others and research the detrimental effects of amalgam fillings and root canals.
One of them is Dr. Stuart Nunnally DDS who published the paper about the enzymatic inhibition associated with toxins leaking from root canal teeth.
Dr. Nunnally’s paper “In Vitro Enzymatic Inhibition Associated with Asymptomatic Root Canal Treated Teeth: Results from a Sample of 25 Extracted Root Fragments” presents the results of testing the effects of endodontically treated teeth (root canal teeth) on the important enzymes involved in production of energy (ATP molecule).
During the 3 years period Dr. Nunnally extracted 87 root canal treated teeth. All of the patients who decided to have their root canal teeth removed noted worsening of their overall health after the root canal therapy and their health providers mentioned them the connection between the root canals and systemic health.
All 87 root canal treated teeth radiographs were analysed by Dr. Nunnally and another 3 independent dentist evaluators. All of them unanimously agreed on 25 teeth to be included in the study. All of the included teeth must have had no signs of pathology or mechanical problems with the work done on those teeth by the dentists.
In other words the root canal teeth used in the study were successfully treated by modern medicine and also considered as safe since the patients didn’t reported any pain associated with those teeth. The teeth were extracted because the patients decided to have them removed due to other reasons than tooth pain.
The root fragments of the tested teeth were carefully prepared in order to minimize the impact of the restorative materials like mercury in fillings and metallic, ceramic or metalloceramic crowns.
All of the root fragments were washed three times in distilled water and then the water of the third wash was used to test the inhibition of each of the 6 enzymes. The inhibition was quantified by using a nucleotide photo-affinity labeling technique.
The enzymatic inhibition of the root fragments of these teeth was measured against the 6 commercially available enzymes which are naturally produced by the body and are heavily involved in generating the cellular ATP. All of the tested enzymes are critically important for the human health so any inhibition may cause serious health issues.
The average inhibition of the enzymes was 65.6% which represents a severe toxicity on the scale developed by Affinity Labeling Technologies (ALT) Bioscience Laboratory where the samples were tested.
The results of enzymatic inhibition of one root canal treated tooth.Image source: Nunnually S. Enzymatic Inhibition Associated with Asymptomatic Root Canal Treated Teeth. Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine Vol 27, No 3, 2012, 112-116.
Dr. Stuart Nunnally DDS states in his paper:
“Since no control group was