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Saliva is an electrolyte, so any metals present in the oral cavity will interact. The increasing EMF (electromagnetic fields) produces uncontrolled modulation, amplification and radiation of these interactions.
Most errors are made when amalgam is removed. Normally, dentists would simply drill out the filling without taking any precautions because they do not know about the problems associated with heavy metal (not university doctrine). However, doing so results in a huge quantity of highly toxic, inorganic mercury vapor (HgO). It is not uncommon for patients to experience neurobiological symptoms, chronic fatigue, joint and muscle pains or other, new symptoms after a routine amalgam removal. This is given particular attention in biological dentistry.
There have been many scientific studies proving the cytotoxic, immunological and carcinogenic effects as well as negative effects on the metabolism from different metals such as mercury, gold, platinum, copper, cobalt, aluminum, iron and chrome. Metal components can generally be detected throughout the whole body a few days after it has entered through the mouth
The toxicity of the material
Highly toxic amalgam in particular plays a critical role here. The ionized heavy metals it contains – mercury, copper, tin and silver – bond to sulfurous proteins, enzymes, cofactors and cell membranes (sulfhydryl groups). This covalent bond completely blocks, for example, the function of an enzyme. In addition, metal ions from all dental alloys dissolve in the watery environment (saliva) and corrode. In fact, it could be said that they rust. Furthermore it causes current flow.
The immunological component
No dental metal has a function in the human body. Almost every metal is a foreign body for the body’s immune system and can therefore trigger an allergy. This is an individual process and completely independent of the amount or number of metal crowns, inlays or implants. The cell forms antibodies to the metal or the bond between the metal and cell (hapten effect), which plays a significant role in the development of autoimmune diseases such as MS, Hashimoto’s thyreoiditis etc.
The electrical component
In an era of cellphone signals, WiFi, radar and various private networks, we are inevitably subjected to a wide variety of frequencies and electromagnetic radiation. This causes the metal restorations and titanium implants in the oral cavity to act as small antennas with transmitters and receivers that could disrupt our sensitive nervous system. The radiation is strengthened in an unregulated way, which can result in the heating of the surrounding tissue. The effects on the body are therefore uncontrollable. Different materials with different effects on the body.
Ultimately this will lead to adverse responses that may present a health risk at a toxicological level (depending on the dose) and an immunological level (irrespective of the dose): the metal ions bond to proteins, enzymes and cell membranes in an ionised form as sulfhydryl groups and can therefore trigger autoimmune diseases and other conditions.
Type IV allergies or foreign body-induced intolerance reactions – such as in the presence of titanium – may also occur.
THIS TERM WAS COINED OVER A CENTURY AGO BY THE FOUNDER OF BIOLOGICAL DENTISTRY, DR WESTON PRICE. So-called interference fields in the body place the organism in stress mode (sympathetic nervous system mode), switching all systems to uninterrupted ’emergency operations’.
This stress leads to the release of adrenalin and cortisol, pumping blood into the muscles and constricting the vessels. Immune system and healing reactions are deactivated and the subsequent regeneration phase postponed. Metabolic acidosis increases, the organism experiences an oxygen deficit, and the opportunities for the body to regenerate and heal are eliminated.
It is assumed that the presence of interference fields in the human organism cause inflammatory processes to precipitate a reaction in a different part of the body or to induce resistance to treatment (chronification). Traditionally, a biological dentist will detect interference fields by analysing x-ray images and clinical findings and linking these to medical findings. Teeth are among the most important subsystems within the network of an organism’s self-regulating subsections.
A dead tooth is always attached to a sick person.
Teeth that have undergone root canal treatment are dead teeth. The dead tooth that was once an organ with its own nerve and blood supply remains as a dead pillar in the oral cavity. The residual organic tissue decomposes and successively emits harmful metabolites (toxins). And these toxins have the capacity to cause a multitude of systemic or organ diseases.
Root-treated teeth are dead teeth. Even the best micro endodontics will not be able to completely seal a root so that it is bacteria-proof.
The dead tooth that was once an organ with its own nerve and blood supply remains a dead post in the oral cavity. It is colonized by various, and in some cases, unknown species of anaerobic, pathogenic bacteria that break down the remaining organic tissue and secreteharmful metabolic products (toxins).
These pathogenic bacteria use the amino acids cysteine and methionine to produce highly toxic and potentially carcinogenic hydrogen sulphide bonds (thioether / methanethiol) as by-products of anaerobic metabolism.
These toxins can be the cause of various systemic and organ diseases due to irreversible inhibition of the active center of many important enzymes that are important for life. The inhibition of important enzymes in the respiratory chain of the mitochondria has been proven in vitro. Each chewing process releases these bacteria and particularly the toxins into the lymphatic system of the surrounding tissue. From here, they enter the bloodstream (focal infection) and the whole body. Root-treated teeth are a typical interference field, a so-called neuromodulative trigger in the human body. From a practical point of view, root treatments are carried out to preserve the chewing function, however from a medical perspective, root treatments are viewed critically.
Creating biological tissue in the practice A-PRF™ is the best way of using natural regeneration to make biological tissue: Here, a small amount of blood is removed from the patient and centrifuged. This results in a suspension with a highly concentrated fraction of blood plates (thrombocytes). These blood plates contain the information required to form new tissue.
After 15 minutes, the membrane is ready for insertion.A-PRF™ technology is 100% autologous and is therefore completely biocompatible.
The matrix gained using the method PRF (platelet rich fibrin) contains proteins as well as many white blood cells that store important information for tissue formation – an important advantage during the healing process of the tissue to be regenerated.
The treatment is completely natural and only 100% autologous material is used. This allows the tissue to be regenerated to heal or be replaced without additives such as anticoagulants.
In our practice, we use 3D X-ray diagnostics (CBCT) before every implantation and interference field restructuring. We use the CBCT unit from the company PLANMECA. The brand new PROMAX 3D MID unit sets new standards in X-ray diagnostics with its imaging quality and allows us to examine the smallest details of the jaw bone for foreign bodies or osteolysis and to detect all anatomical structures before inserting any implants and to optimally measure the bone available. This technology is indispensable, particularly when ceramic implants are inserted immediately In some cases, inflammation and cysts can be detected at the tip of root-treated teeth using conventional panoramic X-rays.
But frequently they can only be clearly diagnosed using a 3D X-ray image (CBCT).
A CBCT unit should always be available for diagnosing interference fields or for planned implants. Particularly NICOs cannot be easily diagnosed without a CBCT. In order to precisely determine the height, length and width and to be prepared for the surgery, a CBCT is essential. It significantly reduces the risk of damaging surrounding sensitive anatomical structures such as the main nerve in the lower jaw (N. alveolaris inferioris), and the maxillary sinuses in the upper jaw. As the root-treated teeth, if anatomically possible, are to be replaced by a ceramic implant, a CBCT would be essential here for the reasons stated above.