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CoQ10/Coenzyme 10

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For as far back as I can remember, which is not very long at my age, I had serious dental problems relating to me gums. The remedy at that time was to have radical gum surgery which I opted not to do. My current dentist suggested he had another patient who was taking CoQ10 with periotic cleanings and deep scaling once a year and observed remarkable changes to their similar problem. I did some research on its effects and started on a daily regime of 50mg and thorough dental hygeine. I have to say the results for me and my dentist have been incredible. I have over the years of taking CoQ10, queried other dentists on their views and astonishingly 99% of them had never heard of this remedy. Now, it's possible I thought, that they were playing dumb because they wouldn't want to endorse a natural remedy to treat what could be a detrimental to the dental industry. I have since seen CoQ10 show up in many products and now feel as though I made the right decision. Does anyone have anything to share about my findings? I would liked to hear if anyone else has used it for their dental problems.
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Coq10 has been around for a while but only recently has it started to get some notice. It is also beneficial for people with high cholestorol issues. Although there have been a number of articles to its benefits, i think the final decision is still under review. 'Flavor of the month' remedy? only time will tell. I'm glad its been working well for you. Keep in mind the body changes over time, and although i do believe Coq10 really has a lot of potential, its also possible that your body may have changed over time and your dental situation may not be directly related to the pill (ie. maturing body and better dental care). For example: I know i had a lot of cavities as a kid, and now in the past 15 years, i've been seeing my dentist once a year or sometimes once every 2 years when i visit back East, and the dentist is amazed at how plaque free and healthy my mouth is. And i still have a big sweet tooth, so i don' t believe its based on eating healthier. Stevo
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A daily intake of 30 ml of Coenzyme 10 is usually enough to halt gum deterioration. Take 10ml morning, noon and night. Spinage has alot of coenzyme 10. Nothing you report is a miracle, it is healing through nutrition. Good on you.
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I heard about this a few years ago as a possible remedy for receding gums, but wasn't sufficiently convinced to try it. If you wouldn't mind, visit this thread again in a few months, and let us know how it's working for you.
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need prescription?
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need prescription?
Nope - CoQ10 is an over the counter supplement. You can find it at pretty much anywhere that carries vitamins (including grocery stores, drugstores and Costco). Bradford
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The best deal for CoQ10 is at Trader Joes.
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