Biological dentistry Zug
Titanium implants are usually used in implantology, but they can have side effects.
- Intolerance reaction with loss of implant
- Amplification of electromagnetic radiation, e.g. when using a cell phone
- Interactions with other metals
- Recession of the gums
- Dispersion of titanium particles in the body
Ceramic implants, on the other hand, have clear advantages, especially for sensitive patients who attach particular importance to body tolerance.
- Heal without inflammation
- No interactions with other materials in the mouth
- No taste disturbance
- No amplification of electromagnetic radiation, e.g. when making calls with a mobile phone
- No annoying dark metal edges if the gums should recede
- Aesthetics very similar to the natural tooth
- Ceramic implants can be perfectly restored with ceramic crowns
Restoration of interference fields
The term "interference field" comes from neurology and describes changes which, as a "focus", have an effect on other parts of the body and can trigger various symptoms.
Interference fields include scars, root canal treated and dead teeth. The places where a tooth has been removed can also have an interference field character (NICO).
Tooth preservation at any cost?
If the filling or tooth decay is too deep, root canal treatment is often required. But dead and root canal-treated teeth do not belong in the mouth. The affected teeth are infected with bacteria and often residual tissue remains in the tooth. It has been known since the 1970s that the bone reduces blood flow around teeth that have undergone root canal treatment in order to keep inflammation in check.
The cadaveric poisons (mercaptans, thioethers) in teeth that have been treated with root canals increase their toxicity even more if there are amalgam fillings (mercury!) In the mouth.
It is permanently healthier to remove a dead tooth and replace it with a neutral ceramic implant. A dead appendix is not left in the body either.
Jaw ostitis / NICO
NICO stands for neuralgia-inducing cavity-forming osteonecrosis and is almost unknown in conventional medicine. It goes back to the US pathologist Prof. Bouqout, which refers to greasy, degenerated tissue-permeated cavities that can arise after tooth removal. It is believed that the body lacked the nutrients needed to build tissue, preventing well-structured bone from forming. A poor blood supply can also cause this problem. Various bacteria and viruses can also be found in these cavities. The inflammatory messenger substance RANTES, which plays an important role in breast tumor research, is also found. It promotes tumor growth and metastasis.
Since most cavities occur in the area of the removed wisdom teeth, here is a brief overview of the diseases that can be observed with a view to the meridian system. This also coincides with our observations in daily practice.
- Heart disease (arrhythmia)
- Small intestine (bowel problems)
- Energy balance (chronic fatigue, CFS)
- Central nervous system (multiple sclerosis)
- Shoulder-arm discomfort
Chronic inflammation in the jawbone usually develops unnoticed after tooth removal, but also due to tooth attachments or foreign bodies. In neurology, these areas are called "interference fields". Poisons and inflammation mediators can form in these areas, comparable to those of dead (root canal-treated) teeth. Often it is neurological problems that are triggered, hence the name "NICO". This stands for "Neuralgia Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis", i.e. neuralgia-inducing cavity-forming osteonecrosis. The NICO can then lead to extreme exhaustion, for example, or trigger other symptoms such as facial pain. Joints are also often affected. The symptom picture can be very diverse.
NICOs are often not seen or overlooked on two-dimensional x-rays because they are not taught in universities.
Dr. med. dent. Jochen Bastian will be happy to advise you.
All metal alloys that are used in dentistry are foreign bodies. The corrosive effects of saliva dissolve metal components and get into the body. So the saliva causes metals to begin to rust. Metals in the mouth cause saliva to become acidic, which promotes tooth decay. The following reactions are also triggered:
Allergic and immunological effects: antibodies against the metals can form and trigger an allergy
Toxic effect: Metal ions can act as poison and bind to cells, hormones and enzymes and impair their function
Electromagnetic effect: Metals in the mouth can reflect and amplify electromagnetic radiation in the mouth.
Amalgam fillings consist of approx. 50% of the highly toxic mercury. Even after 50 years, this is still detached from the filling and enters the body, mainly in nerve and fat tissue. There it can cause a wide variety of diseases, poisoning and nerve damage.
Amalgam can only be safely removed through extensive protective measures.
Bone Healing Protocol (BHP)
We strive for optimal bone healing in every patient in order to avoid further interventions. This is only possible with an optimal supply of nutrients and vitamins. These include vitamin D3, vitamin C, magnesium, zinc, calcium and trace elements.
Also look out for a low level of LDL cholesterol, as a high level has a negative effect on bone formation.
Therapy of chronic inflammation in the jawbone
The therapy of this chronic jaw bone inflammation consists of a combined biological and surgical therapy.
- Vitamin and nutrient supplementation to fill in deficits
- Infusion therapy
- Natural regeneration of the bone using aPRF ™ after surgical rehabilitation
With the natural bone regeneration aPRF ™ according to Dr. med. Choukroun, a small amount of the patient's blood is drawn and centrifuged. This is further processed into the body's own membranes, which are enriched with fibrin, growth factors and immune cells and naturally stimulate and accelerate bone growth. There is no need for exogenous materials.
If you value biological dental treatment or suffer from a chronic illness whose cause has not yet been found, make an appointment with us.
Phone: +41 41 442 11 11