A dental infection is an infection that affects the teeth and gums. It can be caused by bacteria that build up on the teeth and gums, leading to plaque and tartar formation. Symptoms of a dental infection may include tooth pain, sensitivity, swelling, redness, and bad breath. Dental infections can be treated with antibiotics and professional dental cleaning, but in severe cases, a root canal or tooth extraction may be necessary. To prevent dental infections, it is important to practice good oral hygiene, such as brushing and flossing regularly and visiting the dentist for regular check-ups and cleanings.
Dental infections can be classified into two main types: acute and chronic. Acute dental infections are often caused by a sudden injury or trauma to the tooth or gums, such as a cracked or chipped tooth, and can cause severe pain and swelling. Chronic dental infections, on the other hand, develop over time due to poor oral hygiene and are often less painful, but can lead to more serious complications if left untreated.
The most common types of dental infections are cavities (tooth decay), gum disease (gingivitis and periodontitis), and abscesses.
Cavities are caused by bacteria that produce acid which erodes the tooth enamel. Gum disease is an infection of the gums and the bones that support the teeth. It is caused by the buildup of plaque and tartar on the teeth and gums.
An abscess is a pocket of pus that forms at the base of a tooth or in the gums. It can be caused by a bacterial infection or trauma. Abscesses can be very painful and can lead to serious complications if left untreated.
Treatment for dental infections depends on the type and severity of the infection, but typically includes antibiotics, professional dental cleaning, and in some cases, a root canal or tooth extraction. In addition to professional treatment, it is important to maintain good oral hygiene to prevent future infections.
It’s important to seek prompt medical attention for dental infection because if left untreated, it can lead to severe complications such as spreading of infection to other parts of the body.
Healing Dental Infection with Rife Frequencies
There are many frequency sets in the Rife CAFl for healing dental problems. This video/audio contains all those frequency sets. Listen to it for at least 2-3 times daily and see any changes in 1-2 days. If your problem is not going away or becoming severe then you must consult a physical practitioner. Frequency healing is not a replacement for mainstream treatment. You can use this in addition to the modern medicine therapy.
Simultaneous Frequency Mix
This audio uses a special mixing method which gives better results compared to other such audios. 4 frequencies are played simultaneously at any point of time. So it give 4 times better results compared to other videos. Frequencies are carefully selected with a computer algorithm to avoid playing nearby frequencies. That avoids overlapping and distortion.