dental cement dissolving?

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24 May 2014 15:47 #44670 by Hope
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Yes, I went through the posts first. I keep loosing crowns. They come unglued. I am wondering if rinsing with MMS causes that. I guess I should use CDS. I also have trouble with pockets and was rinsing more often lately and brushing. I am a little scared now and was wondering if anyone had information on that. It would be too bad, if that was the case. Am a toothless monster right now.
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13 Jun 2014 07:22 #45322 by tdb57chevy
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A thought, it could be that the cement has pathogen in it that the MMS is “attacking.” I too have crowns and would like some clarification in this area, although I have had not trouble with dissolving of the cement that I know of. Thanks for asking the question. :unsure:

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25 Dec 2014 06:30 #48598 by MelissaSewell
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I think you might need to consult your dentist for this before it could get more worst.

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25 Dec 2014 06:31 #48599 by MelissaSewell
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I think you should immediately consult a good dentist

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27 Dec 2014 01:48 #48614 by tdb57chevy
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Just another thought, MMS is an oxidizer. Therefore, if your dental work contains metallic material, the MMS could oxidize the material. As needed, I am having my metallic dental work replaced with non-metallic material. Thoughts and commits, please.

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27 Dec 2014 07:28 #48617 by Hope
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Hi Melissa and tdb57chevy,

Sorry to not have thanked you for your input yet, because a, it was Christmas, that’s where the time went and b, it was May when I was hoping to get some input on that, but was notified just now that there are responses. No Melissa, I cannot talk to my dentist about it, because he is closed off the the idea of MMS (I tried) and will not do the research which would allow him to come up with an answer.
I also recall having read, that MMS does not negatively affect metal in the mouth.

Way back when I posted, it seems that the tooth simply was decaying and the post in the tooth came loose because of. And tdb57chevy, you might have a point there: I might have the same problem again. Since years I have a lot of trouble with my teeth, and now have an abscess for which I did the gas in a shot glass method and swooshing with liquid (which did not make it go away, but I avoided antibiotics). The tooth has to go beginning of the year. Now I have another crown which is loose. So tdb57chevy, your theory about bacteria ( definitely in the spaces around the cemented post) might be right - that MMS might speed up the process of the the crown+post coming loose. AND I have a lot of trouble with my teeth. It might just be, that the existing fixings became too old. Either way the dentist will have to find solutions. All the best to both of you, Annie
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