High Speed Drilling2


If now, in the full light of this knowledge, we still consider how many colleagues apply their turbines day by day without hesitation on millions of patients, you are now able to understand why I used the “ time bomb”! by means of this machinery we are sinning knowingly or unknowingly to a punishable degree against the health of our respective peoples!!

At the present time, the results are unforeseeable. Is it not possible to say that a connection already exists between the turbine era and the precipitous rise in chronic illness?

For about 20 years now, turbines have been in use for grinding at least in 99% of all dental practices. It is a known fact that a chronic disease requires a longer time to develop. If one considers that pulp tissues die at a relatively slow rate and do not always immediately constitute a secondary source to the patient, they must, however, finally result in a breakdown of the local defense mechanism: this fact must at least be given some consideration.

In my opinion, the high speed turbines as presently used in dental practices must be withdrawn from circulation at least in order to avoid damage of the kind described being inflated in the future.

Our physical / physiological and histological examinations have shown that the upper rotary speed limit is a 20,000 rpm.

Bacterial toxins, capsular antigens and proteolytically broken down protein matter from the dental tubules act as antigens and result in permanent, auto-aggressive processes and finally in chronic irritation of the pulp. It thus becomes clear that the pulp tissues with damaged odontoblasts then have no chance of survival. They then become the potential foci of tomorrow.

In answer to assertions by colleagues to the effect that they only grind the enamel with their turbines, I would like to reply that they are in no position to differentiate macroscopically whether they are still working in the enamel or already in the dentine. Even if the bur only contacts the dentine at one single point, the suction effect on the dentinal tubules has then already produced, causing irreversible damage to the pulp. A partial statistic for ground or milled teeth speaks for itself: the application of conventional methods of pulp testing on teeth treated with turbines in this way merely produce changed sensitivity values. Not until measuring with electro accupuncture stimulation current test can the damage be established in an exact manner.

Responses to cold or heat stimuli or to electric currents, (i. e., via the usual clinical “vitality tests“), provide no evidence for the functionality of the pulp’s resistance as an organ. I have been able to provide supporting evidence with test results involving histological examinations on extracted teeth which had previously been “treated” with turbines  high-speed drilling is one of the main reasons teeth become sensitive to hot and cold, and can cause the death of teeth.

Teeth, sensitive after high-speed drilling, can have pain that lasts from days to months. Sensitive teeth should be watched carefully if symptoms of discomfort increase, the teeth could be dying.

Below is an example of teeth loss due to high-speed drilling.loss_of_teeth

(click on image to enlarge)

Low-speed drilling results in less loss of teeth and greater patient comfort after preparing the teeth for a filling, crown, inlay, or bridge. “Low-speed drilling” should be done at 20,000 rpm or less.

Protection is needed while mercury silver amalgams are being replaced. Drilling out mercury silver amalgams creates toxic mercury fumes. Your dentist can use two vacuum systems to remove nearly 100 percent of toxic mercury fumes.

1) One vacuum system, called Clean-Up-Tip is used in the mouth over the tooth being drilled to capture the grindings and fumes.
2) A second vacuum system held at the chin creates airflow over the face pulling any remaining mercury fumes away from the dentist, assistant and patient.

Click on image below to view enlarged picture of an infected tooth from high speed drilling.

Many dentists believe the rubber dam should be placed over any tooth, while removing this metal. Tests have shown mercury fumes from the mercury silver amalgam pass through the rubber dam as well as through the dentist and assistant’s rubber gloves.

Below is another picture of teeth loss due from speed drilling.


See my book for details on this subject of

“what to take before having mercury silver amalgams removed”.