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    Written by Sarah C. Corriher
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    Published: May 01, 2009 May 01, 2009

    It is important to remember history, like the truth behind the 'Drug War', who is really responsible, and what the licensed drug industry's help-to-harm ratio has been.

    There was a time when the great majority of children had their tonsils removed, in the name of disease prevention. The medical establishment maintained that the tonsils had no purpose, and that they should therefore be removed to prevent future health problems. Then the polio epidemic occurred, and only those who had their tonsils removed were severely impacted. It was discovered that the tonsils are the only organ that produces polio antibodies.

    In the present, the wisdom surrounding wisdom teeth is likewise lacking. They are removed as preventative medicine, because they are felt to be another unnecessary part. If a dentist sees wisdom teeth appearing during a routine check-up, he will usually schedule to have them removed. This may be a legitimate necessity in certain cases, but it is not for the majority of cases. Studies are beginning to show that all teeth have a special function, including the wisdom teeth.

    It has been shown that there is a direct correlation between the amount of teeth that a person has and the person's memory capacity. The more teeth that an individual has, the longer he can retain information. In particular, healthy mouths are closely correlated with people having excellent short-term memory. Researchers are baffled by this and research is ongoing. The main hypothesis is related to the fact that dentists cut the nerves that rest behind the teeth during extractions. These nerves are believed to be directly connected to brain tissues, and cutting them may kill, or at least injure certain regions of the brain.

    "While carrying out their experiments on animals, our Japanese colleagues managed to prove that whenever a doctor extracts a tooth, he also pulls out the nerve that stretches to the brain"

    -- Prof. Ian Begdahl , University of Umea

    Studies of rats have shown that tooth transplants do not return lost memory, lending credence to the presiding hypothesis. Perhaps most interesting is that the loss of memory does not occur whenever a tooth simply falls out naturally. It only occurs when it is forced out through brute force trauma, whether that be from a brawl or dental work. The current research shows that memory problems are increased for every tooth that is pulled. Dental procedures may be responsible for most of the memory problems that are attributed to aging.

    Reducing The Pain

    The most common reason for removing the wisdom teeth is not because they present a health risk, but because they can become a painful inconvenience. Some wisdom teeth point in the wrong directions or get trapped under adjoining teeth, but they eventually correct themselves in the overwhelming majority of cases if they are left alone. It is completely normal to experience some pain from incoming wisdom teeth. There are less psychotic ways to cope with them, instead of being butchered.

    Remedies

    • Menthol -- An extremely helpful painkiller, which can be found in a wide variety of cough drops. Natural cough drops are available at some grocery stores, and health food stores. Be sure to read the ingredients, and take care to avoid artificial sweeteners. Cough drops that are sweetened with honey actually help to prevent cavities through honey's natural anti-microbial properties, and it will help regulate blood sugar too.
    • Devil's Claw -- A known anti-inflammatory herb that reduces swelling and pain. Studies have repeatedly shown that it is more effective than pharmaceuticals for certain pain conditions. It also helps alleviate carpal tunnel and arthritis pain.
    • Diatomaceous Earth -- This a mineral-rich drying agent. Apply a pinch directly, when the tooth has become visible. This reduces inflammation and pain. Be sure to dampen diatomaceous earth slightly, because the dust should never be inhaled.
    • Cherry Extract -- Cherry has natural anti-inflammatory properties. Concentrated cherry extract contains large doses of natural COX-2 inhibitors, and it does not come with the side effects that its pharmaceutical counterparts do (e.g. heart attacks). You can purchase cherry concentrate supplements.
    • Cloves -- These have been used for centuries as a natural remedy for tooth aches. Simply apply it to the offending tooth and pain will usually disappear rapidly. While this has been used for centuries by herbalists, Western studies have just recently begun to confirm the ability of cloves to numb tooth pain.

    These methods should help to make the pain that is caused by new wisdom teeth much more tolerable. If you keep these teeth, then you are likely to experience improved memory, and possibly other benefits which have not yet been discovered.

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    Are top teeth easier to extract than bottom teeth?
    Upper wisdom teeth are less likely to become impacted than lower ones, which makes them easier to extract. more
    Does removing teeth affect other teeth?
    Following the extraction of a tooth, the remaining teeth may move, leading to misalignment of the teeth and changes to the bite. This can then go on to cause damage to the other healthy teeth in the mouth, which may require further dental work. more
    Does brushing teeth with olive oil whiten teeth?
    It is one of the most popular and commonly used methods to whiten teeth at home. Olive oil has been known to have properties to reduce stains on the teeth. It is especially beneficial for people who have developed stains on their teeth because of excessive smoking and tea or coffee. more
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    When a person chews, the movement of teeth stimulates the brain's hippocampus region, which is involved in memory. Tooth loss means that fewer of these signals are sent. Scientists found that elderly individuals who had more of their own teeth had 4 percent better memory compared to those with greater tooth loss. more
    Should my bottom teeth be behind my top teeth?
    The Side. Examining your bite from the right or left side may be difficult to do by yourself. Your teeth should meet together like cogs in a wheel. The pointed ends of the upper teeth should fit perfectly between two teeth on the bottom, while the upper teeth should sit slightly in front of your lower teeth. more
    Is yellow teeth stronger than white teeth?
    Teeth whitening treatments usually work by stripping or entering the outer enamel layer, which makes teeth weaker if done many times. So, more often than not, yellow teeth are actually stronger than pearly white ones–so long as they're cleaned regularly. more
    Is wisdom teeth removal more painful than other teeth?
    Wisdom tooth extractions are performed every day in dental practices around the world, and in reality, they are no more painful than having any other tooth extracted, but so many patients are concerned about feeling pain afterwards. more
    How many teeth do adults have without wisdom teeth?
    If a person does not have any accidents or illnesses which cause them to lose teeth from their full set and they do not need their wisdom teeth removed, they will have 32 permanent teeth. more
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    A child's mouth has 20 initial teeth, also called primary teeth, baby teeth, or deciduous teeth:
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    • Four lateral incisors.
    • Four central incisors.
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    Source: healthwyze.org

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