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Cavitat Scanner and Cavitation
Cavitat Scanner and Cavitations: Toxic Build-up.
A cavitation refers to a hole in a bone, cavitations can be found in any bone in the body but are usually found in the jaw bone, often showing where a tooth has been extracted. As a small hole is formed, many dentists may overlook a cavitation, unless they are specifically looking for one. Cavitation scanners help us locate cavitations with incredible accuracy.
Cavitations by their nature are highly toxic. They are breeding grounds for a number of small chemical toxins and bacteria, this, in turn, can have a systemic effect in the localized disease process. When these small holes are coupled with toxic metals such as mercury, silver, gold, copper or tin, evidence has shown more potent and dangerous toxins can be formed.
As a result of this blockage of toxic space, the cavitat can have a substantial effect on body enzymes and the immune system; causing a high level of stress upon the body.
How do we treat cavitations?
Using ultrasound, our cavitat scanner will pinpoint the cavitation. Once located we will reach further into and open the affected area in the bone. Then our experienced dental team will clean the area out thoroughly and with exceptional care.
After the cavitation has been cleaned, we will begin to apply ozone directly to the affected area. The damaged tissue will need to be removed from the mouth, we will then treat the area with plasma rich growth factors (PRGF) from your own blood.
Once this has been completed, the area is prepared for healing. To boost the healing process, we intravenously provide a vitamin-C infusion directly after the surgery.