odontologia neurofocal

Neurofocal dentistry

The neurofocal dentistry is one of the important parts of neural therapy.

The scientific medical study of the interrelationships of the nervous system of the dentition, both with the brain and, from there, with the rest of the organism.that is, with almost all the organs, bones, joints, muscles, glands, blood vessels, cranial nerves and other elements of our body; it helps us, on certain occasions, to solve diseases such as fibromyalgia and also helps to relieve and cure many other pains and illnesses..

What is the neurofocal dentistry

For neural therapy our organism is a single interrelated and intercommunicating biological unit.and as the dentition is part of this biological unit, sometimes the dentition, if it is not in a healthy condition, also takes part in causing pain or disease. in any part of our body.

In other words, the proper treatment of all structures of the mouth including the dentition, based on the scientific studies of neurofocal dentistry, in certain cases, helps us to remedy and end a variety of pains and diseases..

odontologia neurofocal

How does neurofocal dentistry work?

If we do not know all the importance of our mouth in the integrity and unity of our organismwe cannot alleviate, let alone cure, a number of "seemingly incurable" diseases.

Unfortunately, dentition is given virtually no importance in medical schools. But thanks to the fact that we are doctors who perform neural therapy and scientifically involve the mouth as a very important part of the functioning of our organs, apparatus and systems,we can provide solutions to many diseases that are reflected in other parts of our body from the dentition. It has been left to the dental faculties to take care of the study of the dentition, however, the vast majority of dentists are not familiar with neurofocal dentistry either..

Humans for many centuries to the present day have observed, recognised and noticed that the dentition is related to certain diseases. It is not uncommon to hear people and patients tell of experiences, both personal and those of their relatives and others, that the dentition was the "focus" from which certain illnesses came.However, no doctor is interested in the condition of their patients' teeth.

Dentists who are unaware of neurofocal dentistry also fail to relate their patients' pathologies or diseases to the state of their mouth.For most dentists and stomatologists, with a few exceptions, are "only interested" in making sure that the teeth look good and that they can be used for eating.  

To give a few examples: few dental professionals are concerned about the proper functioning of the temporomandibular-jaw joints or TMJ and the precise and accurate occlusion of all mouth parts.  If the ATM or occlusion is not correct, pathologies can appear sooner or later and become incurable!

As doctors who perform neural therapy and scientifically involve the mouth as a very important part of the functioning of our organs, apparatus and systems, we are able to provide solutions to many illnesses that we have to deal with, from the teeth are reflected in other parts of our body.

Few dentists are aware of the fact that a root canalised, i.e. dead tooth is a "focus" with a high probability of causing, at some point in life, bodily diseases.  Mixed metals in the mouth are generally not taken into account.

It has been well studied and proven that two or more metals in the mouth could cause galvanisation, i.e. it is like a person carrying a battery in their mouth, and a watch battery can contaminate 600,000 litres of water, imagine the damage that this mixture of metals could cause in our organism.

The American Society of Neurofocal Dentistry states that - the amalgams used for dental fillings are a mixture of metals including mercury, and the brain has a "craving" for this metal and that from the mouth, in minute quantities, it can gradually reach the neurons causing brain alterations, alterations in memory and may even be one of the reasons that contribute to the onset of Alzheimer's disease in certain people. And there are many and many dental alterations that are not given the importance they deserve. for the good of the health of our patients.

The Ignorance of neural therapy, and therefore of neurofocal dentistry, can lead some patients to suffer from a number of diseases and pains.and even to malignant diseases, heart attacks, blindness, etcetera. It is not uncommon to hear patients say - that their dentists tell them that their mouth is in good condition and very healthy! If they were familiar with neural therapy and neurofocal dentistry, many would not be so inclined.

When I ask my medical and stomatology (dentistry) students what they think about the relationship between the mouth and various diseases, they answer that there is no relationship! But when they finish their Master's degree in neural therapy and neurofocal dentistry, they are amazed to realise how important the state of our teeth is for certain diseases. that often "become incurable". The fact is that treating teeth without knowing about neural therapy and neurofocal dentistry can lead to serious errors in the health of our fellow citizens. 

My students often ask, why don't you learn all this in medical schools and dental schools? Because unfortunately we are not allowed to disseminate this knowledge in scientific journals. And as long as this does not happen, the denial of the obvious will continue. The German scientists who discovered and disseminated this scientific medicine neural therapy and neurofocal dentistry, are very clear about this: "that as long as the knowledge of this "prodigious" medicine is not published in American journals, we will continue to be unknown to the vast majority of doctors and the general population"..

Treating the dentition without knowing about neural therapy and the neurofocal dentistrycan lead to serious errors in the health of our fellow citizens.

The lack of knowledge is so great that, a couple of years ago, a patient who came to my office with various pains in her body, with neural therapy, I practically managed to relieve all but one of her pains. In her dental x-ray or orthopantomography or panoramic x-ray, I was able to to observe an alteration in one of her molars.I performed a test with neural therapy on this altered tooth, and the patient felt much improvement of this last remaining pain in her body.

I asked your dentist, who in this case was a maxillofacial surgeon, to tell him what happened and to treat this tooth.The maxillofacial surgeon refused on the grounds that the tooth was in good condition. I contacted that maxillofacial surgeon and explained to him what had happened with my patient's pain, and that thanks to neurofocal dentistry, I have found that the last remaining pain of this woman was related to her tooth, which was not in "good condition" as the maxillofacial surgeon claimed; because the damage that the professional saw in the tooth, for him was of no importance, but for me and for the patient it was very important.as prescribed by neurofocal dentistry.

For about 40 minutes he was "very attentive" to the explanations he allowed me to give him about what I was doing. about neural therapy. and neurofocal dentistry; he asked me several questions and at the end of the conversation he said to me - of course we will do what you say. However, to the patient he said -that this alteration of the tooth had nothing to do with his pain and that it would not do anything to him.Faced with this refusal by the maxillofacial surgeon, I instructed my patient to go to another maxillofacial surgeon, which she did. Thank God this surgeon, after talking to me, agreed to perform the treatment I requested. Oh, surprise, the patient's pain decreased considerably and then, with just one session of neural therapy, the pain disappeared..

What happened in this case (I must always remind you that no two patients are the same), was that from the tooth, through the nerve intercommunications with the rest of the body, a reflex action (the cut wire) was being provoked. I must emphasise that the patient did not feel any pain in the tooth (that is why the first maxillofacial surgeon refused to treat her), but from this tooth a damage was reflected in another part of the body. of my patient's body. When this tooth was treated properly and in accordance with neurofocal dentistry, this damaging reflex action was interrupted in the patient and she was greatly relieved (the cut wire was reattached).

So, once the damage to the tooth had been repaired, with just one more session of neural therapy, the patient recovered fully.I have to thank all those dentists, stomatologists and maxillofacial surgeons who, despite their lack of knowledge of neural therapy and neurofocal dentistry, accept the indications of us neural therapists and help us to solve seemingly incurable diseases. Advantageously, more and more doctors, dentists and stomatologists are learning neural therapy and neurofocal dentistry. In this way, they become true architects for the benefit of their patients' health.

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