Teeth are living organs. It’s important to proceed with caution before any procedure on them. Today, Dr. Dawn Ewing, the executive director of the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine and the author of “Let the Tooth Be Known” goes over what’s involved in a root canal.
She goes over the reason they are recommended, how the procedure is performed and what its drawbacks are. She explains why conventional dentistry misses the mark when it comes to understanding how the teeth relate to the entire body, through meridians. And she reviews the work Dr. Price himself did on root canals, why his contribution is so valuable to the field and how it is now being recognized in holistic and biological dentistry.
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Have you had a root canal? What should you consider before doing so? Is panicking the only recourse if you’ve had one? Our guest is Dr. Dawn Ewing, the Executive Director of the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine. Dawn was in the movie Root Cause and she is the author of Let the TOOTH Be Known. She has a PhD in Integrative Medicine and lectures frequently on the tooth-body connection.
Dawn explains that while there may be some legitimate reasons for having root canals, there’s also much to consider before getting one. Root canals are often performed in an attempt to alleviate tooth pain or in an effort to keep the tooth at all costs. She explains what is involved in the procedure and why root canals, along with other hidden sources of infections could be making you sick. She goes over why conventional dentistry misses the mark when it comes to understanding how the teeth relate to the entire body through meridians.
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Welcome to the show, Dawn.
Thanks for having me.
You had a patient come and see you who had tremors. Tell us the story.
This lady was referred from another office to me. Trying to test her tremors was difficult for me to do with electrodermal screening as I do, but we did manage to get through it. What I found was an area where a tooth had been root canaled and it was creating an electrical disturbance for her. She went back to a biological dentist and she and the dentist agreed that they would remove the tooth. She had asked if I would be there on the day of surgery, so I made arrangements to be there.
On that particular day, I was drawing blood on her. Even that was difficult because her tremors were so strong. What was interesting to me is the moment that the tooth separated from the jaw itself, and it wasn’t even out of the oral cavity yet, her tremors stopped. We are talking about stopped cold. I waited for a second and then I tapped on her. I said, “Your tremors stopped,” which made the dentist and the assistant take notice.
We all said, “That’s weird.” I have seen it but I have only seen it once before. It was in a child with a stainless-steel crown that had seizures that were not controlled with prescriptions. When the stainless-steel crown was removed, that stopped the seizures. I can’t tell you if it was the metal crown on her tooth or the toxins in the root canal or the fact that the root canal is providing a dead space for electricity that can’t go through. What is interesting is now it’s been eight weeks and she has seen her neurologist and her rheumatoid specialist. She’s off of all prescriptions and she still doesn’t have any tremors.
I wish that outcome for every one of our patients. We can never promise anything, but those types of things are what keep a biological office going. Going from the standpoint of we put in an incredible number of hours in furthering our education beyond what we got, and helping people who feel like there’s no place for them to go and they have been told to deal with it.
There is such a connection between our dental health, our oral health, and our whole body’s health.
All of your teeth go through different meridians, which are electrical connections that are invisible, not imaginary. That’s important for people to understand. Many years ago, I had heard the expression, “I would give my eye tooth for that.” I didn’t know what it meant, even though when I started off in the dental world, the eye tooth is a cuspid. It has long strong roots. I thought that meant that might give one of my most stable teeth for that. No. That tooth is connected to the gallbladder, the liver, and the eye. Who knew? Somebody knew, but it wasn’t me and it wasn’t anything I was taught in school. It was stuff I was taught in post-graduate.
That’s what I was going to ask you. You said many of you biological dentists spend a lot of time furthering your education. How can you get ahold of this information if it isn’t taught in regular dental school?
It’s going through courses. The IABDM offers courses like that where we try to educate not just the dentist, but the staff as well. It’s important that the dentist know all about it. If the staff doesn’t know, it becomes very confusing for a patient when they call in and ask questions, and the receptionist is like, “I don’t know anything about that. I don’t know anything about meridians.” It’s equally as important that the entire staff know. We certify everybody in the office if they want to, and take them through things about fluoride, mercury toxicity, meridians, problems with root canals, cavitation, and all kinds of stuff.
My hope for this show is that it will educate those who are unfamiliar with all of these things. I want to back up because sometimes the first time we hear about a root canal is when we are in our dentist’s chair as a patient and they are telling us, “You have an infection. You need a root canal.” What is the general cause or reason given for root canals?
You named one, which would be an infection called an abscess where the nerve inside the tooth has died. There’s gangrenous tissue. The way for it to try to get out is to go through the tip of the tooth, whether up or down, whether it’s a top tooth or a bottom tooth. That then creates pressure in the jaw which translates into discomfort.
A second reason would be that decay gets into the nerve of the tooth. When the dentist is removing the decay if it gets into the nerve, they know that if they close it up, it’s going to abscess very soon. They will usually suggest a root canal be done then. It could be because of trauma. The trauma might be that the dentist drilled too quickly or heated the tooth up. It could be that there was blunt trauma from a beer bottle hitting somebody in a front tooth to a car accident. It could be from grinding where somebody grinds their teeth at night and it traumatizes the tooth so much that it dies and the nerve dies. It could be because of pain.
A lot of times what people don’t understand is you can get referred pain. You could have a toothache that is not because of the tooth at all. If you keep going back to the dentist and saying, “This tooth hurts me.” The poor dentist doesn’t know what to do other than to kill the tooth by doing a root canal, removing the nerve and the blood supply to try to be your friend so that your toothache goes away.
Oftentimes, the toothache doesn’t go away because it’s not the primary cause of that toothache. It’s referred pain from something on that meridian that is causing the pain or maybe even another tooth. You have a tooth hitting on it and it’s causing pain for that tooth, but it’s another tooth that is coming up because of an infection or going down.
Root canals are also done, oddly enough, where people want a perfect smile and a dentist will say, “I can make all your teeth nice and straight and I can do it in one visit. We are just going to grind down all your teeth, and some of these we are going to grind so small that we are going to have to do root canals and then we are going to crown them all, but you will look gorgeous when we are done.” Sometimes even healthy teeth get root canaled for the name of a perfect smile.
Some celebrities have had that done.
It’s so unfortunate and sickening. One of the issues you and many biological dentists have with root canals is that they are not health-giving, rather they are health-deteriorating.
First off, let me back up. I’m not a dentist. I started off in the dental world as a dental hygienist and then gave birth to a son that was autistic and could not figure out why because I don’t have any fillings. I ended up going back to school to work on a PhD, and then that introduced me to the world of naturopaths, so I went back to school for that. If you want to say finishing because I feel like an eternal student, but I ended up with another PhD in integrative medicine, which blends the world of dentistry and medicine together to look for root causes and things. No pun intended on that, but a lot of times it is a root or a dental issue.
Speaking of the root cause, you’ve given us some reasons the dentist might suggest we get a root canal. I know as a patient, sometimes we act on the recommendations because we don’t know any better either. We think, “They are recommending a root canal. Many people have had it, why not do it?” I understand from my own research and other interviews I have done that leaving a tooth in the body that is dead is negatively impacting the whole body. Can you explain that a little bit?
Yes. First, let’s make sure that you understand that a tooth is a living organ. An organ has its own lymphatics, nerve, and blood supply. Think of it this way. You brush your teeth at night before you go to bed, and you run your tongue over your teeth, and they feel nice and slick, but what do they feel like when you wake up the next morning? It’s slimy and they stink because your tooth detoxifies while you sleep. It pushes its waste through the tubules of the tooth to the outside to be discarded. It’s like what we do when we poop, so I call it tooth poop.
When you are talking about an organ, imagine that I tell you I’m going to disconnect your heart, liver, or kidney, and I’m going to let it sit there. Your heart is not beating anymore but it is there. That would not be conducive to life. Is it still alive? No. I disconnected it. There’s no way. There will still be flesh in there. We are taught in school that we tell a patient that we are going to remove all of the flesh in the tooth, and that we are going to sterilize it. It is not possible but that’s what we are told, so we regurgitate what we are taught to the patient.
Very well-meaning dentists are only saying what they were taught in school. If they haven’t gone on to further their education, then they are still misinformed and promoting bad information. Things change in medicine. We didn’t know about H. pylori. There’s a lot that has completely changed in dentistry and medicine.
The root canal procedure as it is done now is intended to clean out this tooth. This tooth that is posing a health problem also with the infections or what have you, these issues it’s having. They are trying to clean it all out, but the issue is that they are leaving it in the body.
It’s the hardest part of the issue. It’s twofold. There’s still flesh inside the tubules and there’s no way to clean it out. No way. You can’t ozonate and laser it. It’s still there. Envision that you have a dead cat on your kitchen countertop and it starts to decay and it ended up with maggots on it. I don’t want chemicals on my dead cat so I ask someone to come in and ozonate it. All the maggots fall off. Two weeks later, I end up with new maggots.
What’s going to happen with the tooth is you have dead flesh. You can’t interfere in God’s plan. There’s dead flesh there. Bacteria were put on this planet to scavenge dead flesh. That bacteria ends up in your body. That bacteria does not require a blood supply in order to move. If I bury a soup bone in the ground, that same bacteria will find the marrow in that soup bone and clean it out. There was no blood supply in the dirt. That bacteria gets inside your tooth and it multiplies.
It’s in a dark, moist, and warm environment, and so it starts to be prolific. When you bite down on that tooth, there are so much bacteria in there that it mushes out through the end of the tooth, through little micro fractures in the tooth to the rest of the body in areas where we do have a blood supply in the bone or in the jaw bone itself. That’s one issue, all of these bacteria.
For me, it’s an electrical disconnect. If you have a lamp that is working while it’s plugged in, and then you cut the cord and you remove an inch of the wiring, the cord could still be plugged in but the lamp is not going to turn on. I make a phone call for an electrician and he is on his way out, but before he gets there, my dog poops on the cord right where the break is. It’s not the bacteria that’s in the dog poop that is the issue. It’s the electrical disconnect. Your body is designed by its maker to deal with issues. Imagine picking up a phone, trying to dial 911 and you don’t get a signal. You are going through the motions but you are never going to end up with an ambulance there.
In our body, as you said, there are these meridians where there are these networks of electricity that are running from certain teeth to certain organs. They are communicating back and forth. If there is a disconnect as you are describing because some of the tooth’s flesh has been removed and the rest are remaining there, it’s short-circuiting the system. What can that result in?
Not enough electricity is getting to other needed areas. We’ll use the example of you could have a tooth that is causing a problem for your body, and it could be as severe as cancer. It could be as minor as constipation. Vice versa, you could have an issue that causes a problem for a tooth. For instance, I was taught a few years ago that if you got decay, I should shake my finger at you and tell you are ignorant, “You don’t know how to brush and floss. Let me show you how.”
After all of the postgraduate stuff I went through, now I look at what meridian is the tooth on where you have decay. If I start to see 2 or 3 teeth and those are the only areas you have decay, then I’m going to ask you questions like, “Do you poop twenty minutes after every meal?” “What? No. I poop twice a week.” That’s not good. That could be that the organ is not allowing enough electricity to come to those very specific teeth. The question stands, “Why do you have decay?” We can fix the decay, but if we have not gotten to the cause of the decay, then you are set up for new decay. People already hate going to the dentist. They hate it.
Coming up, Dawn goes over the work of Dr. Price related to root canals, specifically how he demonstrated that the organisms inside the root canal teeth exude gasses that are noxious and can lead to a host of different diseases.
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I think there’s also a disconnect as we were saying earlier in our understanding that oral health affected the overall health of the body, and this is where Dr. Weston A. Price comes in. Are you familiar with his work and with his work in particular related to root canals? What were his conclusions?
I am very familiar with his work because we reference it often. He was able to demonstrate repeatedly, we are not talking about once, but over and over again, the organisms inside these root canal teeth with the toxins that they exude. He realized that some of the toxins that come off are thioether and mercaptan, which are gases that come off of dying tissue and were nerve gases used in the World Wars.
If you are talking about a top tooth that has been root canaled and these gasses are coming off, it’s very close to the brain. He was able to demonstrate that those toxins spread bacteria throughout the body and can cause a host of different diseases. The dental industry itself is only in maybe the last several years recognized that some particular bacteria can be directly related to cardiovascular disease, and they think that they came up with that. It’s such a joke because Weston Price was doing this research in the 1920s. We are talking about a hundred years ago.
I read about an experiment he did and this was a different time. A man was having kidney trouble and it was related to a particular tooth. Dr. Price took that tooth out. The man’s issue was resolved, I believe. He put the tooth under a rabbit’s skin to see what would happen, and the rabbit got kidney issues and died. He took that same tooth, cleaned it up or whatever, and put it under another rabbit’s skin. The same thing happened. The kidney was related to that tooth.
Also, the toxins that were in there. Nowadays, we have a great test through a company called DNA ConneXions where most biological offices will offer that test for patients. When a root-canaled tooth is removed, we are able to send it off and find out what bacteria, viruses, fungus or parasites are living inside that tooth because like I said, when the patient chews, that tooth has pressure exerted on it and that bacteria is filled inside that tooth. Some of it is going to gush out into the healthy area that has blood that can then carry it to any other area of the body.
I used to have an infectious disease control doctor in Houston. Every time she was going to amputate somebody’s leg because of Osteomyelitis in a knee, she’d send them up to me and I would find a root canal that was an issue. She thought she had come up with this theory on her own. I applaud the fact that she was at least looking at it.
People need to know that Dr. Price was washing this tooth with soap and water each time. It’s not that we were just sticking the same grungy tooth. It was done 30 different times in the rabbit. Years later, you have George Meinig who comes along and was past president of the American Endodontic Association. He was a root canal doctor in charge of the organization of root canal doctors who came into the research from Dr. Price and then repeated it and found out that this is not good.
I believe you were saying earlier that conventional dentistry does not acknowledge that root canals are not good. Why is that?
Here in the United States, we are taught to save the tooth at all costs. If a tooth comes out, another tooth will start to tip your entire jaw and your bite will be off. Because here in the United States we are all about cosmetics, we would have you believe that they are going to fall apart. In other countries, take out teeth that are infected and the people don’t die.
They don’t look great, which is what the dentists were trying to salvage in the US. It’s our appearance over everything else.
The way I was trained is to save the tooth at all costs. It was interesting to me because we didn’t learn anything about bloodwork in school. I went to UTDB, which is the University of Texas Dental Branch, and we didn’t learn anything about bloodwork. When I’m going to school to be a naturopath, I learn about bloodwork. I don’t understand this person’s neutrophils are high and their lymphocytes are low. Obviously, they have a bacterial infection, but I have ruled out urinary infection, upper respiratory, and sinus.
Save a tooth at all costs.
For the life of me, I can’t figure out where the bacterial infection is. In those moments where I’m quiet, which is not often, a still voice in my head said, “Ask them if they have any root canals.” I did and certainly, they did. I could literally timeline their labs, and the bloodwork looked great until a particular year, and from then on there was this bacterial infection. I said, “When did you get it done?” It was a perfect match. The tooth abscess was when the original was, but it never did remove the bacterial infection.
Oftentimes, these people are living with chronic low-grade bacterial infections. Many of those are people who are prone to diabetes and it can make their hemoglobin A1C go up. Now, they don’t have diabetes but their hemoglobin A1C is so high, and that’s what their doctor knows to tell them. “Your hemoglobin A1C is fifteen. That’s crazy. You’re diabetic.” You have those root canal teeth removed, clean up those infections, and their hemoglobin A1C goes to five. Something is not right.
It’s like a woman who has gestational diabetes. She has gestational diabetes because her pancreas cannot keep up with the weight she is and what’s going on with her body. The baby is delivered. She loses weight and nobody marks on her chart, “By the way, she’s diabetic.” It gets forgiven. Our body is designed to tolerate a lot, but these chronic low-grade infections are something your body is dealing with every day.
My concern right now is for the person reading this who goes, “I had a root canal. Now, what?”
I don’t like for people to blatantly take out their teeth. You will find a dentist who will want to take out a tooth and most are conditioned not to, so they will argue with you, “Let’s send you to an endodontist and get it retreated.” If a dentist is willing to take out a tooth, then more than likely they want to put an implant in. There are a host of issues with the implants as well. You need to get a functional physician or an integrative physician. A dentist is trained to do a specific job, which has to do with the teeth.
They could take out a root canal tooth, but they are just going to drop something else in. When you place a titanium implant, it’s very similar to putting a fork in an electric socket and bending it around, sticking it in the bottom part. It could short out that circuit in your home, and the body can short out the meridian. When you place a zirconia implant in, it’s like having a stalled car in one lane of traffic when there are eight lanes. There’s still one lane blocked. It’s not as big a burden, but it is a burden.
Oftentimes these people have multiple teeth on the same meridian that have died because they have never addressed the root issue and it’s caused teeth to die. When they start putting implants, now they have electrical disconnects. Think of that implant as one of those little plastic things you stick in so your kids and grandkids don’t stick a penny in an outlet. It is glued in permanently because your implant doesn’t come in and out.
Oftentimes I have to discuss with a patient the importance of having the physician be the one to tell them, “I see that you have eight teeth that are missing. Coincidentally, they are all on the same meridian. You have issues with this meridian. I’m not going to allow you to have implants at all. We are going to go with a partial removable or we are going to ask to look at bridgework until we get you healthy enough that you can give up a little bit, and then have an implant placed in a healthy bone.” There are so many things that are involved with a good implant as a vitamin D level between 60 and 80. A dentist doesn’t check things like that. It’s getting your physician involved. It’s not a traditional physician because they don’t get it. They don’t get this in school. It’s all post-graduate stuff.
What about the person who hasn’t had a root canal yet, but whose dentist has suggested it? What alternative do they have?
Why are they suggesting it? Is there an active infection that’s documented that maybe you don’t feel? Is it because they want to crown a tooth and put a bridge in and they need to remove a lot of tooth structure in order to do that? What are your options? You have to evaluate what the reason is that they are telling you.
Sometimes, it’s referred pain and they don’t know what else to do, and you are complaining about something. That’s what they were trained for. It might be going to see an MD who says, “You have a thyroid issue, and this tooth is related to the thyroid.” If you remove this tooth only another tooth is going to start complaining that happens to be on the same meridian. Is the tooth dead? If it’s dead, there’s no Lazarus. We have not figured out a way to rejuvenate a tooth. Dead is dead.
There are times when I will suggest a root canal. For instance, if a young woman is in a car accident and she breaks off a front tooth and her wedding is next Friday. It would be more traumatic for her to have a tooth missing for her wedding images rather than have a root canal and some cosmetic work done in order to get her to a place, knowing that afterwards, we are going to be re-evaluating and scheduling her for whatever is required.
It sounds like it’s going to take some stepping back and assessing your overall health before proceeding with any procedure.
I had a gentleman and was fortunate enough to lecture at the same conference that Sally Fallon was at, and I was presenting this because it was a good example. This man was almost 50, he’d never had decay his. All of a sudden, he has a tooth that has an abscess and another tooth that has a cavity. They are on opposite sides of his mouth, one is on the top and one is on the bottom, but they are on the same meridian. When I finished doing testing, 6 of the 8 teeth that are on the thyroid said that the thyroid was a huge block preventing electricity from going to very specific teeth.
I said, “What’s going on with your thyroid?” “Nothing.” He said, “That’s not true. Before COVID, probably in December 2019, my doctor tried to tell me there was something going on. I think he said there was a nodule, but I haven’t followed up with having it checked out.” In my mind, I’m going, “He probably has thyroid cancer because it had to be huge that would disconnect energy going that significantly.”
If you made it to 50 and you’ve never had decay, chances are you are going to make it through the rest of your life short, maybe having a stroke and not being able to brush and floss. This was good, and I gathered all the information so that I could show very conventional people. We can take out the tooth or root canal it. We can fix the other area of decay and send him away, but we are doing him a disservice if we don’t get him in hands of a physician that understands the connection. It takes a team approach.
It also takes you seeing people that aren’t in the conventional system, especially in the conventional dentistry system because Mercury, for example, is a known toxin, but it’s been used for decades to fill cavities. Fluoride is in our toothpaste and in our water ostensibly to prevent tooth decay, but it’s a neurotoxin. It could be that the conventional dental community is mistaken about root canals as well.
It’s what you are taught in school. You realize that going to a state-run university, I expected everything that I was being taught was the gospel, that it was true and factual, and that there was scientific backing. There’s very little scientific backing on root canals. Very little research has been done on them and how they affect the body by the people who are doing the research.
Sometimes there is research done that gets squashed. For instance, Boyd Haley was involved in doing some research showing the toxicity of the materials that were placed inside the tooth only to have his company bought out by an undisclosed person for a large sum of money. He was excited, only to have them completely destroy all of the research. He come to find out it was the company that was dealing with the making of the materials that was going in there because they found out that his research was not going in their favor. It was very interesting talking to him. He’s got a major chip on his shoulder about that entire process and how it went down.
They bought it out to wipe out what he was finding.
We are taught something and if you can’t go in with open eyes and say, “What I know now as the truth could change,” trust me, it’s going to, sometimes very drastically. It’s 180 from what we know. Years ago, we were told, “Eggs and butter are bad. Eat margarine.” Look at where we are now. Eggs are good and butter is great. It’s all about the people you hang out with. I have also learned that when you are reading, even when it’s research material, who is doing the funding? A lot of times the numbers get manipulated. They are hired by somebody and they are backed by a particular company, so you can twist anything and get it on PubMed.
We must learn to go in with open eyes and say what I know now as the truth could change. And trust me, it’s going to change, and sometimes very drastically.
Speaking of studies and research, we want to encourage the audience to delve into this further. You and I were talking about some resources earlier. Why don’t you share a couple of books that they might read to open their eyes about what the possibilities are in terms of dental health?
They can go to our website, IABDM.org. We got lots of podcasts and things there where we try to educate both the dentists and the people. I wrote a book Let the TOOTH Be Known. Dr. Blanche Grube wrote a great book, Chew on this…: but don’t swallow. It’s about Mercury. Felix Liao wrote a great book. It’s all about airways. When I started in dentistry, we were taught to take out bicuspids, in an effort to push your kids’ teeth back quicker and have them have a straight bite. God thought their jaw should be so long and we decided it should be shorter. We have created an entire generation of people who have sleep apnea and snore because their tongues can’t fit in their mouths. That’s a great book.
There’s a brand new one that has come out. It’s The Garbage Collector. It’s from a dentist out of Australia. That is a good book for references. Anybody who hears me and says, “That lady is blowing smoke up our skirt. That’s not true.” Almost everything I said as I was reading his book, I was going, “I know that person. I know that stuff. I participated in some of those studies.” It’s a great reference book. Everybody should have it, especially a biological office should have it.
That’s a great list to get us going on this topic. I’m so thankful for this conversation. I want to pose to you now the question I like to pose at the end of the show. If the audience could do one thing to improve their health, it may or may not be related to dental health, what would you recommend that they do?
I’d love to say something like, “Take care of your teeth.”
You can say that. That’s fine.
I think if there’s one thing, it’s to breathe. We forget to breathe. We don’t breathe correctly unless we take yoga classes or voice lessons. We don’t give enough credence to breathing.
Breathe. Sometimes we forget to breathe correctly. We just don’t give enough credence to breathing.
A beautiful word to end on. Thank you so much for your time. I’m so grateful.
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About Dawn Ewing
Dr. Dawn Ewing is the executive director of the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine. She was in the movie, “Root Cause”. She wrote the book, “Let the Tooth Be Known”. Dr. Ewing has a PhD in Integrative Medicine and lectures regularly on the tooth/body connection.
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