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It does me well to hear from you and that you're doing what looks OK.

About your tooth, if it's to be pulled, ensure that whoever pulls it removes the periodontal ligament from the socket and scrapes all around the socket so that nothing but fresh bone remains. The removal of this ligament -- the membrane around a tooth holding the tooth in place, providing shock absorption and filtration -- with fresh bone (that will have to be scraped, NOT drilled, to be reached) remaining around the socket will give the best opportunity for healthy regrowth of the bone, blood vessels and nerves that should grow and connect to each other in the socket. To leave this ligament inside the socket or to not ensure fresh bone is what remains all around the socket is to invite hell to consume the body. This invitation is that necrosis/gangrene would occur. Jawbone necrosis--->hell anywhere in the body or bodywide in any form(s), that is, to produce any illness(es).

Additionally, if you can get hold of this milk, it will clean your blood and aid in reconstituting your socket's regrowth of bone naturally: Organic Pastures' Raw Milk. This milk is milk, not white liquid masquerading as milk most Americans and people in "civilized" countries drink. I've been drinking this milk since summer 2007. It is delicious and its texture and taste are very different than the "milk" most people drink. X-ray has revealed the regrowth of bone in my jaw to be totally healthy. OP's milk is from cows roaming in pastures daily while consuming grass, weeds and sun. If sick, they are treated naturally, without antibiotics and hormones. This milk is not mixed with another dairy's milk and it is bottled on site/on the dairy rather than getting put into a large cylinder on a truck that collects milk from numerous dairies (hence the need for pasteurization) to then be bottled at some giant one-size-fits-all packaging station.

In DPer stillwater's health post are dental videos (because I recommended them). If you're against the clock, view the following ones. In order of importance, they are:
1) Wesley Shankland, DDS, 1 hour, 50 minutes
2) Allison (Whose name I forgot), ?? minutes
3) Susan Stockton, author of rare-topic jawbone cavitation book Beyond Amalgam, 2 hours, 20 minutes

Bonus: Rooted available from $30. One hour documentary on root canal dangers. Eighteen (18) minutes of interviews aside from documentary.
Bonus 2: Hal Huggins website (which I forgot what it is) has truthful dental videos. One is on root canals and its length I recall is 45 minutes. His video Toxic Teeth, a 25 minute video shot by a Nevada news station in the early 1990s, is about a young woman (24 y/o?) who had severe scoliosis and upon the removal of her silver fillings was able to lift herself out of the dental chair and walk out on her own, where before the appointment to remove the fillings she was on crutches and aided by her boyfriend and family members. Blood tests taken immediately after her fillings removal showed the mercury in her blood began to wane -- quickly.

Extra: AVOID local anesthesia containing vasso constrictors. One anesthesia I'm aware of without vasso (read: vessel) constrictors is Citanest Plain (as opposed to Citanest Forte). Vessel constrictors do just that, constrict vessels. As I've said, dentistry is one large "practice" of blood flow impedance. Ignorance of dentistry's affects on the body pervade society with large measure of that ignorance possessed by dentists and their education-source and agency of permission the American Dental Association.

Good luck, Najam. As usual, if you have questions, ask me them. Later, my friend.

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.