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Pain from a fractured tooth disappears - Did EFT heal the fracture?

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Hi Everyone,

This experience by Mihir Karia echos many out-of-the-ordinary healings on this website. I've had a similar dental recovery myself. Please consult dentists on issues like this.

Hugs, Gary

By Mihir Karia

For the last 4 years my lower right molar has been bothering me. My dentist examined it and indicated that it had a slight fracture. He suggested that I observe the tooth and if it bothered me too much I could have it extracted. The tooth produced a constant dull pain at perhaps an intensity level of 2.

I was afraid to chew on the right side of my mouth. If, by accident, I did so and encountered any foods that were not soft, I would get a shooting pain in the offending molar. This pain, once brought on, would last for several minutes before gradually dissipating. Every time this happened, for the next few weeks, I would make a concerted effort not to chew on the right side of my mouth. Once the memory of the pain subsided I would once again inadvertently chew on the right side and the cycle would repeat.

One evening about 2 months ago I once again managed to aggravate my molar and was writhing in pain when it dawned on me that I might be able to use EFT to manage the pain. I did the setup procedure with "Even though I have excruciating pain in my lower right molar ..." and proceeded to tap the short sequence. The pain immediately subsided to a 3 intensity. It was then that I was aware that I was sweating. I did two more rounds with "remaining pain" and the pain went to 0.

Currently, I have no pain whatsoever and I can now chew on the right side without any trouble. I have not visited the dentist since using EFT on the tooth so I don't know whether the fracture has been repaired or not. It would not surprise me one bit if it has.

Mihir Karia

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