Cavitation of Jaw

Cavitation of the Jaw

cavitation_in_jawLocating and checking for cavitation of the jaws before and after surgery with the Digital Computerized Meter, StarTech Health systems.


A basic background in CEDS is required to have an appreciation for the value of this technique that can be aided with this instrument.

For information on CEDS call StarTech Health at 801-229-1114.


Method and technique for locating pathology in the hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity with the use of a computerized electrodermal system has a consistent track record. Patients find this noninvasive approach inexpensive, direct and comfortable. Conservation of the surgical sight can be controlled with measuring and stimulating to locate and clear pathology from the oral cavity. Follow up CEDS checks helps to prevent clinical or cub-clinical health problems related to the surgical sights.

Restorations in the teeth play an important roll with the healing results of any surgery when removing teeth or osteonecrosis of jaw (cavitation).

Energy from metal or metal oxide containing restorations or implants prevents good healing after surgery, this included composites, containing fluoride, aluminum and iron oxide.

“The Dental Protocol: is followed to evaluate and prepare the oral cavity for surgery. Replacement of metal containing dental materials is checked at that time. Two restorative dental materials have been found to be compatible energetically for most patients, BelleGlass (by Kerr), unshaded, for crowns, inlays and bridges and Holistore (by Den Mat) for bonding and smaller fillings. The Dental Protocol will aid the investigator in selecting these and other restorative materials.
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Locating the pathology for atypical facial pain, nonvital teeth and scar tissue that cause pain makes this instrument a valuable aid and a time saver. Consistent reading of an imbalance to Ly 2, the small intestine and heart meridians indicates the wisdom teeth areas are the main area for surgical biopsy. Using Ratners outline for pain reflex adds another supportive technique for locating the cause of this type of facial pain.

Opening in bone into cavitation Cavitation in the jaw


Using his method of local anesthetic to isolate the location of pathology in the jaw can be confirmed with the CEDS. The use of CEDS eliminates the injecting along the jaw to pin point where surgery is necessary. Stimulation along the jaw with Stim-f1 then checking Ly2 is done to find the primary area for atypical facial pain. Attaching the ground of the CEDS device to the Stim-1 ground and stimulating with the probe along the jaw saves time and painful injections for the patient. A demonstration is most valuable to shorten the learning curve.

Harold K. 60 year old male with typical trigeminal neuralgia of the right side of the face and head. The reflex of the pain covered the exact areas of Ratners pictorial description. Harold went to the Marshfield clinic for an evaluation by a neurologist.

They suggested strong pain pills and or invasive neurosurgery.

One mandibular block stopped the pain indicating the cause was in the lower jaw with the reflex pain to the upper jaw and side of the head. A large cavitation was uncovered back of the second molar a surgical sponge was placed to allow drainage.

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