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Historical records reveal numerous dental and hygiene procedures practiced by the ancient Egyptians.

The Edwin Smith Papyrus, written in the 17th century BC but which may reflect previous manuscripts from as early as 3000 BC, includes the treatment of several dental ailments, and the Ebers Papyrus, dating to the 16 century BC, contains eleven recipes which pertain to oral issues.

Crystals are much used in all ancient cultures due to their various properties, ie vibrating at different frequencies, programming qualities, ability to channel energy or certain frequencies etc.

So in one regression I perceived a high caste shamaness whose town had been overtaken by the dominant culture in the region. There her teeth were largely replaced with crystals.

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The dentists likely had a sophisticated knowledge of tooth anatomy because they knew how to drill into teeth without hitting the pulp inside.

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The hypothesis was that tooth decay was the result of a tooth worm boring into and decimating the teeth.