thanks for the price quote on Thyrogen, Suepers!
WOW. I've got sticker shock!
Ya it can be troublesome when doctors disagree.
The thing is, medicine isn't math, it rare there is one clear cut answer that applies 100% of the time.
There are as many different approaches to a given situation as there are doctors offering them... there are some doctors that are up on the latest things and others who aren't.
Just like any other profession.
I sent you to this link on RAI and dental health back on 5/4/13, here's that link again.. doesn't sound like you saw it, since you said that your dentist's office was the first time you'd heard about dental issues with RAI: www.thyca.org/dental.htm
and here's that entire thread which has a lot of links in it: www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/team_messagebo
Vinegar can be followed by a baking soda and water rinse, negating the acidity. Baking soda is a alkaline, Vinegar is an acid, put together they cancel each other out.
There's also some products you may be interested in.
Trident Xtra Care Gum, and MI paste both which has a form of calcium in it that helps re-mineralize teeth.
Spry, a Xylitol gum that helps with getting rid of dental caries.
Biotene Rinse for dry mouth.
None of these are magic,that is to say they are not going to turn a mouth full of soft teeth and cavities into perfect teeth, but they do help.
Have a fun day!
Edited by: MZZCHIEF at: 5/16/2013 (15:33)
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