Another beautiful testimonial by one of our patients, Cynthia Milne:
currently my parents are in the most beautiful place of the Engadin, St. Moritz. My parents favorite activity is hiking as it allows my dad to release his mind and escape from everyday problems and thoughts! Most of his ideas, whether it be the ceramic implants or the #allinoneconcept developed during a stay in the mountains with some hiking. Right now my dad is working on the on a concept to provide even more health to the public on a greater scale. He wants the whole world to be healthy! He used the Swiss speed limit system to explain his ideas to me earlier on:
The changed aspects of lifestyle today must be taken into account in a new type of metal-free dentistry. A smaller vulnerable oral surface area offers protection against the environmental disturbances and helps to eliminate and heal the increasing levels of chronic inflammation in the masticatory system. According to the author, if such dentistry was to be carried out consistently, every patient would experience an improvement of health. This often occurs whilst still in the dentist’s chair at the end of a treatment session. When the last bit of metal has been removed, for example, patients often say that they feel as though a “helmet has been taken off” or that a “thick piece of glass has been removed from in front of their face”. After chronic inflammations such as ousteitis of the jaw, cysts, or root canal-treated teeth have been removed, patients often experience an immediate improvement in their musculoskeletal system. For example, they are suddenly able to move an arm freely, that had previously been cause of severe pain.
But how can this link be explained
Why are the tonsils so important? I asked my that and he gave me this answer to my question:
The tonsils are the first filter station for the detoxification from the brain and from the oral system. And in most of our patients the tonsils are either inflamed or they have already been removed. This is why we do procain injections mostly right after the surgery or even i-PRF injectable platelet rich fibrin to attract stem cells what has a similar effect than the Cryotherapy.
See the video for the visual version!
Have a good day, Coco
A testimonial by one of our patients Kelly Koch:
First off, I want to thank everyone here for the excellent care I have received. In my experience, it is unmatch to any type of healthcare I have ever received. My first visit was in December 16. I had my 4 wisdom teeth cavitations cleaned, 3 more cavitations (from teeth that had been extracted summer 16 in the USA) cleaned and implants placed. I also had a gold crown removed along with a little metal. This last visit July 16, we fixed various teeth that had plastic fillings and replaced them with ceramic fillings and crowns. We most importantly extracted 2 teeth that had deep root infections, cleaned cavitations and placed 2 implants. I experienced an almost immediate sigh of relief by my whole body. Then a boost of energy! Here all the attention is paid to ensuring the patient has the best chance to heal and recover both before, during and after surgery.
I have posted this image at the very beginning of my Instagram account, but not with a detailed explanation. It is so important to be aware of the connection between a disease/symptoms caused by an infected tooth and I have seen my dad so many times identifying relationships between e.g. problems with the visual sense of a patient and the tooth causing this symptom.
In a hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber, the air pressure is increased to three times higher than normal air pressure. Under these conditions, your lungs can gather more oxygen than would be possible breathing pure oxygen at normal air pressure.
Why do wisdom teeth have to be removed in the first place? Here is a quick summary of the reasons why wisdom teeth have to be removed and I also touched upon the point how NICOs form from the empty space of the wisdom tooth.
The picture shows the case of my sister, a very special case, where the wisdom tooth is placed in the sinus area.
We need to ask the question as to why wisdom teeth play such an important role in western industrialised countries. They are often displaced transversely in the jaw, have insufficient room to erupt and therefore re- quire surgical removal. An error of nature?
I guess all of you have asked themselves what is biological dentistry? What does it include and what exclude?
The term biological dentistry refers to dentistry that considers the ‘human’ organism in a ‘biological’ way. In this respect, the mastica- tory system is considered to be very closely linked to the body as a whole. After all, almost all of the sensory organs are arranged around the masticatory system, and the brain is located in its immediate vicinity. The importance of the masticatory system is also evidenced by the fact that the 5th cranial nerve (trigeminal nerve) occupies 50 % of the total space occupied by the 12 cranial nerves.