Mon. Apr 22nd, 2019

Dental – Systemic Diseases With Improperly Extracted Teeth – Gangrene of the Jawbone

Dental - Systemic Diseases With Improperly Extracted Teeth - Gangrene of the Jawbone

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Osteonecrosis of the jaw – Cavitations are diseased areas in bone under teeth or extracted teeth usually caused by lack of adequate blood supply to the area. Tests by special equipment (Cavitat) found cavitations in over 90% of areas under root canals or extracted wisdom teeth that have been tested, and toxins such as anerobic bacteria and other toxics which significantly inhibit body enzymatic processes in virtually all cavitations.
Properly extracted teeth included removing the periodontal ligament with a low speed drill and flushing out the site with water. Removing the periodontal ligament allows the jawbone to fill in the extraction site with bone – and only 1% of dentists are informed of this procedure. Improperly extracted teeth leave a hole or cavitation in the jawbone and create gangrene of the jawbone.
American Dentistry may be in worse shape than Medicine.
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Suzin Stockton’s ‘Disease Causation: The Dental Connection’ Lecture 1/25/2003 “Beyond Amalgam”
“Ischemic osteonecrosis”  = gangrene of the jawbone. for improperly extracted teeth.

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1 thought on “Dental – Systemic Diseases With Improperly Extracted Teeth – Gangrene of the Jawbone

  1. Go to a biologic dentist if you can, they use ozone to kill off any toxic bacteria, and you are correct, most dentists do not remove the ligaments, therefore making more work for themselves and their MD brothers in the future. This was discussed years ago by the owners of curetoothdecay.com. Root canal cover up is another good book.

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