Toothache from broken 4-face filling
- Name: Patrick Palmer
Toothache resulting from a broken 4-face filling which fell out of my upper, left bicusped. In addition, two walls of the tooth broke and I can't re-fill the tooth. Either pull it or get root canal and crown. Cannot afford that.
The first time my broken bicusped started to ache, I had a dentist xray it to locate problem. Found inflammation in root. Prescribed 10 day antibiotic dose, which killed my digestion. Two weeks after finishing that, the toothache returned. Now I resort to MMS because it was an infection. I didn't drink MMS, I only applied it topically to the root of the tooth. I mixed up 10 drops of MMS with 10 drops of 10% citric acid, waited 10 minutes and added to one ounce of water. This was my topical mix. I put 2 drops of this on a bit of cotton, added 2 drops of pure liquid DMSO (for increased penetration) and placed the cotton between cheek and gum at the root of my broken tooth. I also put a bit of the cotton inside the hollow tooth, because I could. The pain disappeared for 2 weeks before returning. I reapplied the MMS/DMSO and the pain again disappeared for 2 weeks. I have repeated this for 6 months. Sometimes, if the pain doesn't dissipate after one application, just do it again every 6-12 hours until the pain is gone. When I didn't have any MMS, I substituted Molecula Silver and it worked as well; but it is relatively expensive, but you don't use much.