At the Swiss Biohealth Clinic, we gently remove metals according to the Swiss Biohealth Concept.
Metals in dentistry
The use of metals in dentistry first started way back in the 17th century. Mercury-containing amalgam has been used for dental fillings since 1820. However, the potential disturbing factors caused by heavy metals adversely affect the entire body and wreak havoc in the nervous system. As a rule, it is now possible to detect metal components everywhere in the body only a few days after they have been inserted in the oral cavity. Cytotoxic, immunological and carcinogenic effects have meanwhile been scientifically proven for mercury, gold, platinum, copper, cobalt, aluminum, iron and chromium.
Metal Removal to Relieve the Immune System
The body is affected in different ways by metals:
- Toxicity:Toxic metals bind to proteins, enzymes and cell membranes in ionized form, blocking their function and thereby putting strain on the body.
- Immunology: Metal molecules are identified more and more frequently as foreign bodies by the body’s immune system and trigger an immunological reaction.
- Radiation: Metals in the mouth can also become electrical conductors. In this age of WLAN, WiFi, radar, etc., this causes electromagnetic radiation to be scattered uncontrollably.
Metal removal is used to eliminate toxic metals from your body. This relieves your immune system and reduces microcurrents and interactions with electromagnetic fields.
Metal Removal According to the Swiss Biohealth Concept
The focus of the Swiss Biohealth Concept and consistent biological dentistry is to remove all harmful metals in the oral cavity and replace them with long-term transitional prostheses. Depending on which metals were used for your dental fillings, the following treatments will be used:
Long-Term Transitional Prostheses for Restoring Normal Physiology
Long-term transitional prostheses are used to initially replace the metal-containing dental fillings and remain from 3 to at most 12 months in the mouth. The long-term transitional prostheses are 100% metal-free and promote detoxification. The appearance of the transitional prostheses is already very close to that of the final ceramic crowns, which are inserted once it has been possible to restore the normal physiology.
Process of Metal Removal at the Swiss Biohealth Clinic
The surgical intervention at the Swiss Biohealth Clinic is performed using protective measuresin order to relieve the immune system and avoid putting strain on the organism.
The treatment lasts between 30 – 45 minutes per tooth. No pain or swelling is anticipated. You will be able to resume your normal activities as soon as the anesthetic has worn off.