Pain Control

Patients who elect to follow the removal procedure need to be tested for replacement restoration. Two of the most bio-compatible, metal free dental restorative materials, are unshaded BellGlass and Holistore. Tenure and Tenure S are used to bond the BellGlass, an 80{a32a96fa760d4df88200e9380b607e1e27cc078cb403997aa41a99d92482d614} glass and resin binder to prepared teeth. Holistore is also used to fill posterior and anterior teeth where BellGlass cannot be placed or cost prevents its use. Patients are given a protocol for the chelation of heavy metals using cilantro, chlorella and garlic two weeks before amalgams are removed. This regimen is followed for six months to a year after the metals are removed from the teeth. Hair, and special blood and urine mercury tests can be checked for presents of mercury and other heavy metals. Other procedures can be followed for the removal of these undesirable metals.

The normal results from oral surgery after the metals are removed is very little swelling, bleeding or discomfort. Health practioners notice a better healing responsive for patients surgically after the metals are removed. Patients fortunate enough to find this combination of physician and dentist working together to find the cause of their illness have a better chance for good health. Patients are helped with homeopathic postoperatively by prescribing Body mend or individual remedies of Ruta Graceola for the first day, five drops under the tongue every ten minutes. The second day they use Hepar sulfphuris, staphysagria or mercurius sol, every one half hour, five drops are placed under the tongue. The third day calcarea phosphorica, calcarea flurica or calcarea carbonica given every two hours that day and continue for three more days to insure good healing. The placing of a magnet over the extraction area using the north pole for twenty minutes is good for comfort over the surgical area. Insuring comfort after surgery the use of vasoconstriction anesthetic with no preservatives allows the blood to enter the surgical area immediately starting healing. Anesthetics that do not allow the blood to enter or leave the area restrict healing and can cause the death of teeth in the same area.

Patients are advised to eat no meat for forty-eight hours while increasing their vegetables and water for two days or six meals. This all helps healing and comfort postoperatively.

Dry sockets are a result of poor healing, nutritional deficiency presents of infections, other than the extraction sight, and metals in the teeth as mentioned above. One of the best treatments for a dry socket is the combination of equal parts of GUAIACOL, PERUVIAN BALSAM and GLYCERIN. A small cotton piece, the size of a wheat berry ad one centimeter long, is moistened with this solution, blotted with absorbent paper and placed in the socket. Comfort, if placed deep enough and in the root socket causing the pain will follow in ten minutes. Time this placement of the cotton, if there is no relief, recheck, a new cotton piece may be needed in the area, or placed deeper. The fumes from the medication are all that is needed, excess medication only gives a bad taste.

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