MMS and tooth decay

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01 Jan 2013 22:42 #28804 by Jasper
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I have been using MMS for about three months. I am concerned by how brown my teeth have become. I brush with regular toothpaste twice a day and most days brush with mms solution once a day. I frequently keep a glass of mms water near my bed and drink it during the night. My question is does mms water cause tooth decay under these circumstances?
How long does it take for the brown color to turn white and what do I need to do to make this happen?
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02 Jan 2013 00:38 #28806 by pam
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MMS kills pathogens, it does not cause pathogens (decay your teeth) - Try brushing your teeth with baking soda and salt. If you drink coffee and or tea, or are drinking some fruit juices that change the color of your teeth, you might be having some staining - but probably not from the MMS.

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02 Jan 2013 07:34 #28816 by Sky
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I agree with Pam. You are doing something in your diet that is staining your teeth.

Common causes: Nicotine, coffee.

Some of the natural teeth whiteners:
1. Rub banana on your teeth including using the inside of the peel.
2. Use Sodium Bicarbonate mixed with coconut oil as a toothpaste.

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02 Jan 2013 08:54 #28820 by revrob
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I have used MMS for myself mainly for my teeth and gums. My teeth were rotting, sore, loose and my gums were receding fast.

Nowadays I stay away from fouride toothpaste, coffee and smoking.

For more than 2 years I regularly brush and rinse with MMS upto 20 drops in 100 ml water. Without MMS I am sure I would have lost the teeth I have left 2 years ago.

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02 Jan 2013 20:45 - 02 Jan 2013 20:46 #28831 by borg
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I am washing my teeth with MMS for more than 3 months!

After circa 3 weeks my teeth became a bit darker, yellow or brown... But after month they became again white and look much stronger and bigger than before...
I've heard that viruses destroy tooth surface so maybe that is tiny layer of dead viruses on teeth is cause of brown/yellow color.
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15 Jan 2013 23:27 #29267 by Jasper
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My diet is still the same as before I started MMS. The main difference is that I used to drink MMS before going to bed without brushing my teeth or drinking plain water to wash out. So I think that must have caused them to get so brown. Actually by the time I got to the dentist for a cleaning they were green around the gums.
I am also concerned because the MMS is so acidic that it might cause cavities the way chewable Vit C does.

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16 Jan 2013 00:54 - 16 Jan 2013 01:11 #29269 by pam
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MMS is as acidic as most fruit. I've been on it, on and off for over a year (and took it several years ago for a while) and have had no new cavities. But, on the whole, I have good teeth, I will admit. I have had some gum recession - but that is normal for my age and was going on before the MMS.

There is a tendency to "blame" mms for things that happen after we start - I can say that if I drink coffee, tea or wine, I have stains on my teeth - When I see that, I go for a brushing of baking soda and salt - which usually clears it right up. I brush my teeth with MMS at least every other day.

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