This information was taken from a forum at CureZone. This post is on Oil Pulling (OP) and other things you can do to keep your teeth and gums healthy. My disclaimer is this: this is information not a diagnosis or prescription for anything. You use all info at your own risk or benefit. OP is when you swish oil in your mouth for 15 minutes then spit it out. It pulls a bunch of toxins out of you and can potentially heal gum disease. It is also recommended to rinse your mouth with salt water (use Celtic sea salt, or some other totally unrefined sea salt, it should be grayish in color) afterwards.
"OP removes harmful bacteria from the mouth. Bacteria that cause havoc with your gums, as well as other organs. There are just some bacteria that cannot be killed by conventional means, and we believe that these bacteria are oil soluable, meaning they are attracted to the properties of the oil. "I would immediately start using unrefined (and organic if you can get it) Sesame Oil. I would also try some coconut oil just to hedge your bets. We don't know which one will work better for you, but they both have anti-bacterial properties.
You should also swish with a few drops of Oil of Oregano (make sure it's pure, not mixed with olive oil) in your pulling oil. It's very strong, like a natural broad spectrum anti-biotic. Peppermint Oil and Clove Oil are also good things to have in your arsenal.
Another very good thing to do for gum and teeth health is to use a Waterpik, I know many that add H202 to their waterpik with great results."
From another post: "Any oil will do right now. Oils to avoid (even eating) are Canola, Soy or Peanut. If you have any of these, throw them away right now. (I'm sorry I sound pushy, but it's for your health). The Oleic acid in Olive Oil is superb for sublingual absorbtion of fatty acids. While you are removing your bad bacteria, you are also dosing your body (and I mean directly into your blood system) all those great EFA's. That is why it's so important to have good quality oils. You will notice the effect because the heels of your feet and your elbows will get softer. It's unreal when this happens, but it does happen to most people."
If your body is acidic your teeth will be prone to cavitations. Coffee makes you acidic as does sugar and white flour, see other posts on balancing your pH.
If you have pain from a cavity use clove oil or tea tree oil (brush your teeth with a drop or two or swish with them) and/or hydrogen peroxide (swish and spit) to get immediate relief. A water pic is supposed to be very beneficial if you use H2O2. Then make sure you balance your pH. Take high vitamin butter oil with cod liver oil to regenerate the tooth. Yes, cavities can be reversed if you haven't had it drill and filled. You also have to eat right too.