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Re: Can I grow new teeth in my 50s???
 
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Re: Can I grow new teeth in my 50s???


I am also a Reiki Master and have started regenerating teeth. I am 53 years old and a couple years ago I decided to regenerate my teeth after I cracked one of my back teeth. About a year ago I read an article about people growing new teeth after pulsing their gums with electricity which just reenforced my belief that it is possibe. Starting January of 2015 I started experiencing increasing discomfort in my upper right jaw and thought I might be getting an abscessed tooth but I soon realized that it was not an infection but a brand new tooth just behind my k9 tooth. The pressure and discomfort have shifted to the other side of my mouth and I mostly feel pressure instead of pain. So I can say that in my experience, it is very possible to grow teeth after 50 years old. I wish that there was less discomfort because I fully intend to regenerate my entire body and I don't want to develope a resistance and slow things down. We are living in exciting times. We have a divine blueprint with all the details of our regeneration.
 

 
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