Dental Treatment Support

If you have a stiff dental hygiene appointment or other dental work scheduled, homeopathy can be a helpful support.  Here is what I do:

The Remedy Combo

Using either a spritzer or a dropper bottle, fill with distilled or purified water, ideally, then add one dose of each of the following remedies, in whatever potencies you have between 6c and 200c:

Arnica [swelling, bleeding, bruising]

Calendula [healing wounds]

Hypericum [nerve injuries]

Ruta [great for dental work and for connective tissue in general]

How To Use It

About 10 minutes before the work starts, try to dry out the area around where the work will be done and apply the remedy water to it.

Repeat after the work is done, and then every 2-3 hours for upto 3 days as necessary for comfort if you had a lot of work done.

 

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