1. Try also some cayenne powder to stop the bleeding and close the wound.
Cayenne can stop bleeding before you count till ten. it saves you even from an internal bleeding that will kill you quickly if a surgeon don't close the leakage in time. The wound will heal nicely.
Cayenne (does not have to be used externally or topically*) will stop internal & external bleeding. Therapeutic "cayenne" can be any hot pepper (or hot pepper blend), and should be a minimum of around 100,000 HU (Scoville Heat Units) to be most effective.
*When used externally or topically on open wounds, it is surprisingly NOT as "hot" as expected. We have packed it into seriously deep fresh wounds, and it actually helps to squelch the 'wound pain' from damaged nerves (which is replaced by a 'cayenne warmth' that is far more easily tolerated).
Cayenne IS well known to help with nerve pain - even allopathic medicine makes creams & ointments and prescribes them.
2. I would run colloidal silver, both octal and scalar. In addition, some blood purification and the accelerate injury healing frequencies. I use a sine wave for silver and accelerate injury healing. I might use a square wave for blood purification, though sine or inverted saw tooth could be okay.
3. The laser is what does the bulk of the work. 650 nm light has properties of its own.
The frequency you use to drive the laser is a secondary layer.
Yes, you use the laser directly from a generator, not via the SC.
I typically use 10 Hz as this has good healing properties of its own.
The twins are easier to put up on the area of the mouth. Either hold each on each side of the tooth, or hold in place using pressure from the lips.
The twins each have more power per laser, but the wrist has more power overall (more lasers). However, it would be harder to focus all the lasers of the wrist onto your tooth.
I believe that you are not supposed to use the laser on any cancerous growth area as the laser will increase regeneration on all cell types. This includes cancer cells.
4. When I extracted a tooth, I ran the Tooth Extraction frequency. I also internet searched teeth bacteria. You could possible search root canal bacteria. Load such frequencies into a grade scan and see what you resonate with. My internet search returned the following as common dental bacteria. I added the last one as is a common antibiotic for dental procedures: Staphylococcus Aureus 1 (XTRA)
Staphylococcus Aureus 1 (XTRA)
Porphyromonas Gingivalis (XTRA)
Porphyromonas gingivalis (BP)
Enterococcus Faecalis (XTRA)
Enterococcus faecalis (BP)
Treponema Denticola (XTRA)
Treponema denticola (BP)
Staphylococcus sp. (BP)
Staphylococci Infection 1 (CAFL)
Streptococcus Viridans (CAFL)
Streptococcal Infections (KHZ)
Streptococcal Infections (XTRA)
Aspergillus Fumigatus (XTRA)
Aspergillus fumigatus (BP)
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