For those of you who either hate going to the dentist, or can’t afford to go to the dentist… what can you do when you have a tooth that’s rotting?

Well, the first thing you can do is use wild oregano oil to kill any infection and reduce inflammation:

Then, you can make yourself a temporary filling until you can afford to go to the dentist:

1/8 tsp zinc oxide powder
1 drop eugenol clove oil (or wild oregano oil)

  • Mix until you have a thick putty
  • Your tooth must be DRY
  • Tamp putty into cavity with a rounded toothpick or dental tool. Tamp it down as hard as you can.
  • After tamping, floss down and pull through – don’t lift floss back up or it may catch and pop out the filling.
  • Put a piece of plastic wrap over the rest of the putty to keep it from drying out, so you can use it again.

You can get zinc oxide powder on Amazon or your local pharmacy may carry it.

As he says in the video, you can also use Black spruce gum – it’s amber in color and you chew it until soft, then insert it into your tooth cavity. It is also antiseptic.

How To Make A Temporary Filling for a Tooth Cavity
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8 thoughts on “How To Make A Temporary Filling for a Tooth Cavity

    1. Hi Mei,

      If you are or think you might be allergic to cloves then you’ll definitely want to use wild oregano oil instead (or vice versa).

      Kind regards,
      Justin
      Customer Care

  • There is a lot of research being done on the use of eggshell toothpaste in the treatment and prevention of cavities. Eggshells or oyster shells will work to make toothpaste and can easily be made at home.

  • I realise this is slightly off subject but I have just been diagnosed with periodontal disease. I have swollen and bleeding gums in 2 places and no loose or wobbly teeth. I was going to follow the Periodontist’s advice and have 1 tooth extracted, although this tooth appears to be fine some of the bone around it has gone.
    Anyway after an email from your site I looked into the antibacterial properties of Wild Oregano Oil and thought I should give it a go! I am deferring or hopefully cancelling the periodontal treatment for a couple of months to see if I am successful. I can buy WOO (77% Carvacrol) in Australia where I live but Bone Support does not seem to be available. I am also taking Vitamin D3 and Cod Liver Oil.
    Can Bone support be sent to Australia?
    I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis many years ago and purchased LTYG which has helped me and friends considerably.
    Best regards

    1. Hi Sandra,

      We wish you all the best and please post your results here, we would love to hear how it works out for you. For the Bone support, LTYG ship worldwid. As always, international shipping times are based upon location of the delivery. We use FedEx Intl Priority service for all international shipments due to the reliability, tracking transparency and quick/predictable trip through customs. Shipping typically take between 3-4 business days.

      If you have any additional questions please let me know.

      Kind regards,
      Cris
      Customer Care

      PS. Imix has also been working with an Australian health company for the past year, developing an AU-compliant version of an elemental shake called, ElementGold. And Jini have formulated this one too, although some of the ingredient forms or amounts are different (due to Australian health regulations) you can be assured this elemental shake has a very similar taste and texture, and will provide the same level of bowel rest and healing.

      We hope to have the new Australian website ready by 2nd or 3rd quarter of 2017 and we will start it with Probiotics and we’ll be selling it through our new Aussie LTYG Shoppe. Australian elemental shake product will soon be available; and hopefully other supplements shortly thereafter.

  • Thanks for sharing !! Actually i was looking for this. I was having a lot of doubts. But your ideas clear my all doubts. Thanks for sharing wonderful ideas!!

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