From:  http://www.randomcollection.info

THIS MAY END CAVITIES
(It did for me)




In the early 2000s, I heard a guest on The Power Hour
radio show:

http://www.thepowerhour.com

... who was a chemist, and who decided to study the
chemistry of tooth decay.

What the chemist discovered was that decay bacteria,
and their excretions which cause decay, were being
PROTECTED by the thin film of glycerine which tooth-
paste leaves.

Glycerine is necessary as a vehicle to deliver the
other toothpaste components, including the abrasive
particles.  But to leave the glycerine film is to
promote decay, the chemist reported.

His solution?  Brush well with SOAP after each use
of toothpaste.

IVORY soap is essentially TASTELESS.

I began regular brushing with Ivory soap after my
toothpaste brushing immediately, and for more than
a decade, my normally decay-prone teeth developed
no more cavities.

In fact, at the beginning, I had a cavity I had
planned to have filled on my next dental visit.
I delayed that for a couple of years, and when I
visited the dentist, the dentist reported the cavity
HAD FILLED ITSELF IN.

The chemist on The Power Hour DID SAY that small
cavities will fill in under the brushing-with-soap
treatment.