With over 25 million roots canals performed each year at a cost of around $2000 per procedure, it’s no wonder that dentists and surgeons alike want this treatment in their practice.

Frazer’s story

Filmmaker Frazer Bailey has directed some remarkable documentaries on health and emotions as it pertains to the mind-body connection. Yet, early in his career, he was plagued by chronic fatigue and many of its related symptoms. The reason behind his illness puzzled him and doctors alike, as he was an outwardly healthy person.

Even as his search led him to some of the best medical specialists in the world, all of the therapies and treatments provided little relief.

Finding the root cause

Little did Frazer know, all of his symptoms were linked to an infected root canal. It was only after inquiring with the likes of our own physician, Thomas K. Szulc, that Frazer was steered in the right direction and able to reclaim his health.

Yet the question remains, are root canals so toxic? And if so, why are they still performed?

Inside a root canal

When a cavity progresses to the point that the tooth is completely rotted, then the infected tooth is removed and the nerve, blood vessels, and lymph tissue are all cleaned out and replaced with dental fillings, usually toxic amalgams consisting of cadmium, silver, copper, and mercury.

According to biological dentists, the problem here is twofold: the preservation of a dead organ, and the use of toxic amalgams that may enter the bloodstream and cause heavy metal toxicity.

“Having this many people playing the same tune about how bad root canals are, and all the sicence and all the experiments to prove how toxic they are is what made the film so convincing.”

– Frazer Bailey

Will root canals become obsolete?

But as Frazer indicated in his appearance on Your Health. Your Story., from acupuncture to homeopathy, there is a shift occurring as patients become disenchanted with western medicine and seek alternative treatments. It is for this reason that science and experienced-based films such as Root Cause are banned from streaming services like Netflix as they stand to upset a billion-dollar business.

About Frazer Bailey

Frazer Bailey is an Australian film director involved in everything from TV commercials and multi-million-dollar US productions to production managing for The Crocodile Hunter. In 2005 Frazer established his own production company Play Pictures and has directed many award-winning and thought-provoking documentaries such as Root Cause and E-Motion, an acclaimed documentary that explores how human emotions affect the physiology of the human body. It featured experts like Dr. Joe Dispenza, Dr. Bruce Lipton, and Nassim Haramein.

Based on his own chronic disease from an infected root canal, Frazer directed the film Root Cause in 2019 to investigate this potentially harmful procedure. 

With world-renowned doctors and dentists including Dr. Mercola, Dr. Thomas Rau, Dr. Minkoff, Dr. Thomas Levy, Dr. Dawn Ewing, and Dr. Jerry Tennant, Root Cause follows one man’s journey of self-discovery and his subsequent attempt to prove that a long-accepted “safe” procedure may in fact contribute to chronic diseases including cardiovascular disease.


Redefining health
and medicine.

Innovative Medicine is about restoring your body and mind’s power to heal itself. Learn how to tap into your unique healing potential by signing up for our newsletter.

About IM Health Team

Our Innovative Medicine Health Team is a committed and impassioned group of individuals with focused efforts on exploring and shedding light on this comprehensive realm of healing - sharing insight on some of the most advanced, integrative, but most importantly, innovative topics in medicine - empowering you to be the healthiest version of you. Want to learn more? Here's our story.
0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *