Dental Cavities. Captain Crunch never served his country.

 

Captain Crunch never served his country. Dental Cavities.

 

We’ve been told cavities are the result of too much sugar (sorry Captain Crunch), too much acidity, too much bacteria, too much plaque. While bacteria, plaque and pH are all at the dance – they are not the causative factor. Relative to our teeth, German New Medicine shows us that during the conflict active phase of a biological bite conflict, osteolysis or ulcerations take place in the tooth enamel … yup, dental caries or cavities.

When an individual is lower down on the “power hierarchy” totem pole – meaning we’re in a position of weakness and were not able to bite back or snapback or bear our teeth to defend ourselves – we may experience a bite conflict. This is the reason children experience more cavities than their adult counterparts.

The biological conflict in general is not being allowed to bite back, get hold of, hold onto, chew or crush something – depending on which tooth is involved and the relationship in play. Laterality plays an important role in determining the relationship responsible for the cavity. Dr. Hamer’s research is very specific – we can often find the exact connection associated with the affected tooth.

There are 8 incisor teeth, 4 upper and 4 lower. The conflict is one of being unable to bite back or snap back at someone. During the conflict active phase holes occur in the dentin and or osteolysis in the actual tooth bed, better recognized as a loose tooth.

There are 4 cuspid teeth right next to the incisors, 2 upper and 2 lower. These teeth are used to hold onto the morsel prior to mastication. The conflict is one of being unable to grab, hold onto or capture the morsel.

There are 8 premolar teeth, 4 upper and 4 lower. The premolars are used for chewing. The conflict is one of being unable to chew on something.

There are 16 molar teeth, including 4 wisdom teeth. The molar and wisdom teeth are used for mastication. The conflict is one of being unable to grind or crush something down.

Once the conflict is resolved, the healing or repair phase involves a re-calcification or filling in of the ulcerations.

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