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So I am pretty sure I have a cavity and I can tell it's getting worse and it's bothering more & more everyday. Is there any way I can help heal this cavity naturally without going to a dentist? I haven't been to a dentist for 3 years and I can tell I have some tartar buildup. Do any of you not go to a dentist? If so what other things do you do besides brushing and flossing?
I realize this is an older post, but I wanted to add that Dr. Price actually saw very positive results within 3-4 months. Doesn't take so long and heals from the inside out. :)
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