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I forgot to say the jaws are the bones consisting of the most blood. I think the bottom jaw, the mandible, contains more blood than does the top jaw, the maxilla.

About a year ago I read a dentistry journal article whose author was poo pooing the argument that dentistry causes health problems, specifically that metal materials cause them. He said, It's impossible dentistry materials cause problems because the jaws are loaded in blood vessels, they, the jaws because they mostly are bone marrow, contain more blood than any other bone in the body does and because of that amount of blood they would carry away debris. He's correct. The jaws are loaded in blood vessels and they contain more blood than any other bone does. Those two statement are why his third statement, that the blood vessels would flush away debris, is wrong. Because jawbone is rich in blood is why debris lingers, causes problems -- and are the perfect conduits of blood behavior to (anywhere) outside the mouth, causing stagnation therefore deficiency or excess, unbalance, the foundation of dis-ease which aids pathogen build-up and travel.

The "profession" dentistry operates in the free market somewhat because a thing moves the most when it's free, yielding low monetary cost to the point of big time bargains. The free market enables good and bad to swim. To discern the two involves observation and pondering. Often, the person who sees the trees in place of the forest is he who works in the forest. Believe yourself and adapt to, learn from, let be your guide, what is external to you because when what's external to you applies itself on you without you comprehending it, it it can harm you. Your defense, your self worth, would be down, would be off guard, in such instances.

You might love your dentist, SC Butterfly, but please let emotion be what it is, a reaction -- so that judgement, discernment, is performed so that what is done afterward produces healthful reactions, healthful emotions. Observation and pondering in no order. Good luck, SC Butterfly, you good soul.

Remember: Blood flow is prime.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.