Is The Wisdom Teeth Removal Really Necessary? Read About the Dental Scam
Wisdom teeth are the furthest back teeth. We also call them Third Molars. They usually “come out” when we are in our late teens or early twenties. According to one report in the American Journal of Public Health, more than 70% of preventative wisdom teeth removals are simply unnecessary.
Each year there are about 10 million wisdom teeth extractions in America. Only 20 were actually necessary. The old tale about wisdom teeth causing different illnesses simply isn’t true. Let’s be realistic, for the dental industry, it’s nothing but a big money maker. They make profit around a billion dollars a year.
Dr. Weston A. Price, in the 1900s, did long and extensive research on the connection between different diseases and oral health. He actually discovered native tribes, with their own traditional diets, that were almost 100% free of tooth decay. He made a conclusion that the overall and dental health lie in fact in nutrition. Luckily, nowadays holistic dentists practice this discovery. They actually understand that when we supply enough nutrients to the jaw bone during its development, all 32 teeth will have nice and proper space in our mouth without “fighting for place” or crowding. This means that proper nutrition is crucial behind trouble free wisdom teeth.
Dr. Weston Price also discovered that as soon as these tribes started eating white flour and sugar, their perfect white and healthy teeth, quickly worsen and deteriorated. We definitely recommend reading his eye-opening book “Nutrition and Physical Degeneration”.
Why Do We Need Wisdom Teeth?
Our teeth are living and vital organs. They are connected to the body as a whole. Wisdom teeth are connected to our small intestine and the front of the pituitary gland. In fact, 46% of the sensory nerves and motor in our brain’s cerebral cortex are all interconnected to our face and mouth.
Every time we remove a tooth, it breaks and disturbs a so called acupuncture meridian that flows via the area of that particular tooth. The meridian acupuncture system, known for more than 5000 years in Traditional Chinese Medicine, shows the vital relationship between teeth and joints, vertebrae, spinal segments, organs and endocrine glands.
Wisdom Teeth Extractions Can Be Dangerous
Every year, between 57,000 – 175,000 people after extractions of wisdom teeth have had constant tingling, numbness or prickling caused by nerve damage. This proves the point that all of our teeth through the nervous system pathways have connections to every part of our body. For a lot of Americans it is a common surgery. But extraction of wisdom tooth takes serious risks which can even lead to unexpected or sudden death.
For all these reasons we have mentioned above, we do not recommend wisdom teeth removal or extraction unless there is a real reason to do it. According to the dental consultant, Jay Friedman, more than two-thirds of all wisdom tooth removals are medically or scientifically unnecessary. Most patients would be simply fine if they just leave the wisdom teeth alone.