An EXCELLENT place to learn about root canal alternatives, tooth decay, cavities, periodontal disease, gingivitis, plaque, tarter, dentists, preventive dentistry, in-home dental care and oral hygiene.

"Dentures are the end of the road, and--in my opinion--a dentist selling dentures is akin to a physician peddling coffins. It seems to me that it's almost immoral for a healer to spend too much time and effort cleaning up after a preventable illness that has run its course."  Dr. Robert Nara

OraMedia - Beating gum disease

OraMedia was originally established to promote the works of Dr. Robert O. Nara
and now includes works from other professionals on a variety of related topics

Dr. Nara promoted individual dental self-help and maintenance via a unique program
described in the material throughout this site.

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"In 30 years of practicing dentistry, I've learned that there are some amazing factors about getting cavities and having gum problems that the PUBLIC DOES NOT KNOW.

  1. Suffering cavities and/or gum problems is a communicable disease... you catch it from someone else by kissing, using contaminated eating or drinking utensils, etc.
  2. It is as easy to cure it as it is to catch it's really simple, you just need to know what's happening and what to do about it.
  3. The REAL PROBLEM was first identified and related to the public in a book published in Philadelphia in 1819... bacterial colonies being allowed to grow out of hand, at the neck of the tooth.  It's like ring around the collar... or "neck of the tooth disease".
  4. When people "get with it" by daily eliminating the cause... the body heals itself. The body regrows new healthy gums, calcium and phosphorus are deposited in areas of soft enamel and dentin, thus healing cavities. This is not so amazing to the many folks who already know, that given the chance... the body heals itself. This includes all tissues. Cavities can be made to heal, new bone will grow around the necks of loose teeth, and brand new gums will grow to replace diseased and receeded gums.
Someday, hopefully soon, the dental profession will become extinct... it will happen as soon as the public learns about the cause and cure of cavities and gum problems. No one I've ever known in over 30 years has not wanted to solve their own problems... once they know how."

Sincerely, Robert O. Nara, D.D.S.

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