Linking physical symptoms to individual teeth

Christiane Herrmann, Naturopath, Berlin, Germany

Introduction

People are preoccupied with teeth throughout their lives.

Small children find their teeth painful when they start breaking through and when they first start feeling them with their fingers. This can cause plenty of tears.

During school years the positioning of teeth may need to be corrected, with teeth removed to make room for those coming through.

As we get older, our teeth are often drilled, dental implants are fitted and root canal work sometimes carried out.

Whenever our teeth are giving us pain, this can leave us feeling unwell or even make us sick. It is only then that we recognise just how valuable and important every healthy tooth is.

It often means we can no longer chew properly or bite into whatever foods we choose and patients sometimes resort to softer, mushier types of food.

If their dentist is able to remedy the problem, then good habits are soon forgotten: brushing teeth regularly, cleaning in the interdental spaces and keeping to a healthy diet.

Teeth suffer from too many sweet foods, products containing white flour, coffee, animal protein and alcohol. Over- acidification reduces the elasticity and lexibility of the tissue. This compromises the transport mechanisms and toxins are deposited between the cells. ‘Deposits’ such as these not only impede further transport of substances between the cells, but also disturb the information balance in the body. The signals become chaotic and mercury places a strain on the body.

The presence of excessive stimuli in the mouth impedes and blocks the exchange of substances and information. This plays a major role in chronic disorders such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s and also in the development of cancer. The organism becomes weaker and this leads over time to vegetative dystonia, cardiac arrhythmias and neuralgia.

The body offers a strong and immediate response to disturbances such as acute infections, intoxications, injuries and accidents. Interference fields, however, weaken the organism continuously, but go unnoticed. The body works inefficiently to the limits of its capabilities and then breaks down.

Dental hygiene is afforded more attention today than it was a few years ago, with the advent of electric toothbrushes, dental floss and professional teeth cleaning by dentists.

Seven in ten Germans dislike having their teeth examined, worry about visits to the dentist and become resigned to toothache and tooth decay. 75% of the German population has dental caries (tooth decay) and 51% suffer from periodontal disease.

Link between physical symptoms and individual teeth — treatment with bioresonance

Periodontitis, which involves inflammation of the periodontal apparatus, is the reason why healthy teeth fall out. This is an area where a huge improvement can be achieved by applying bioresonance and working closely with the patient. Most patients test positively for stress from Candida albicans.

In most cases this is the result of advanced tooth decay. The acidity of the caries bacteria causes the tooth to become decalcified and carious lesions appear. Gradually the inside of the tooth becomes infected with various bacteria. The tooth dies away and is effectively ‘dead’. Such teeth contain a mixture of bacteria, fungi and viruses. The periodontal apparatus is diseased. Both the bacteria and their toxins can spread through the organism via the bloodstream. The tooth itself generally exhibits no symptoms. The continuous baffle fought between the body and the chronic stress may lead to highly exaggerated reactions in the immune system. Even harmless materials such as house dust can trigger allergies.

In the case of the following disorders it is important to identify any dead teeth:

  • Bladder and kidney disorders
  • Skin disorders
  • Neuralgia
  • Joint and muscular pain
  • Early stage rheumatic disorders
  • Fatigue and lapses in concentration

Patients never report their dental problems straightaway. They seldom make any link between their state of health with their teeth. Sometimes a tooth may need to be extracted or an amalgam filling removed.

Example: female patient, born 1968
Start of therapy: June 2013

Symptoms:

  • No longer able to walk unaided, without her husband’s help
  • No longer able to write and found speaking difficult
  • Felt as though she was inebriated
  • No longer able to take care of housework or go shopping
  • Felt like her head and body were “separate from each other”
  • Staggering vertigo, paraesthesia in the right hand as well as difficulties with gait and standing

Examinations undertaken using conventional medicine, including a stay in hospital and a full blood count, proved inconclusive.

The patient was released by her employer.

The patient brought morning saliva with her, which was placed in the input cup for treatment purposes.

Testing:

► Teeth 1/6 and 2/7
► Central nervous system
► Stresses: Amalgam and Epstein-Barr virus

Therapy:

  • Prog. Ser. 10311 amalgam elimination
  • 1st week: 963.1, Liver detoxication 3063.0, Kidney 3080.0
  • 2nd week: 944.2, Liver detoxication 430.2, Kidney 480.1
  • 3rd week: 998.1, Toxin elimination 3036.0, Kidney 482.0
  • Channel 2: dental ampoule from 5-E kit
  • From 4th week: Treatments every 14 days:
  • Dizziness/balance Prog. 3098.0 and 431.1
  • Circulatory disorders — head region, Prog. 3031.0, 504.0, 3032.0, 502.1
  • From December 2013 the patient was only treated once a month

25.08.2014 end of treatment

The patient has her old life back, is able to write again and has a new position working as a pharmacist.

Example: female patient, born 1961
Symptoms:

Gingival sulcus 1/7, periodontitis, pain in left intestine, fatigue, pulpy stools, waking up twice-nightly, raised blood pressure

Dental treatment only alleviated symptoms.

Testing:

► Colonoscopy normal
► Intestinal testing: Candida albicans,
chronic bowel inflammation
► Pancreas given priority for treatment

Therapy:

  • Intestinal programs 3013.0, 3028.0 and 562.0
  • Building up intestinal flora
  • Mucosal regulation with 3089.0
  • Prog. 580.3 treatment of pancreas
  • Gum treatment with 511.1 and 311.10

Results such as a decrease in bleeding gums quickly confirmed that the gum was attaching to the tooth again. Ear and frontal sinus stresses resolved themselves naturally and the body was able to re-regulate itself.

At the initial consultation with the patient I test the teeth. Patients are amazed and confirm that they have had problems with their gums or root-treated teeth.

Teeth are living. They are connected not only with the head, but with the entire organism. Teeth are an important gateway into our inner body.

Dental bacteria are found on the walls of blocked blood vessels, which may trigger a heart attack.

Blood platelets clump together if they come into contact with pathogens from the oral cavity. The risk of stroke is trebled in cases of gingivitis.

The immune and digestive system suffers if teeth are diseased.

Example: male patient 42 years old

  • Outbreaks of sweating and trembling in his whole body
  • Diarrhoea had affected him since his youth
  • He had gone to hospital, but the doctors could not find anything wrong with him
  • X-rays were inconclusive and blood tests normal
  • The patient had been released by his employer, had a sickly appearance and weighed just 72 kg
  • He was so weakened by chronic diarrhoea that he was unable to work
  • He tested positive for problems with the jaw (prog. 3054.0) and mercury poisoning
  • Osteitis was confirmed by a dentist
  • The dentist treated the remaining amalgam and the chronically inflamed bone
  • Metal fillings were replaced with ceramic ones
  • His diarrhoea stopped
  • Programs 3054.0, 3057.0 and 650.0 aided a swift recover

Stresses from incorrect dental treatment

Toxins from dental fillings leak from the teeth and affect the circulation in other regions.

Dead teeth emit cell toxins in small doses, but have a huge impact.

Many people are unable to tolerate metals in the mouth.

Dental implants too may weaken an organism.

Example: male patient, 53 years old

  • Tooth 1/1 implant, gums extremely inflamed for some time
  • Patient complained of ongoing urinary tract infections
  • Programs 511.1 and 951.0 remedy the inflammation and urinary tract infections

Example: female patient, 75 years old

  • Complained about trigeminal neuralgia (right hand side). Medication had no effect
  • Numerous teeth tested as interference fields
  • Old bridges were replaced and two teeth had to be extracted

Therapy:
910.7 Wound healing after surgery,
3124.0 Cell regeneration acute,
927.2 Wound healing after surgery (adhesions)

These measures helped the wound to heal
quickly.

  • This was followed by mandibular joint correction using 530.2 and 570.9
  • Nerve treatment using 231.5
  • Patient no longer experienced trigeminal neuralgia.

To conclude with, here are a few thoughts about dental fillings.

I often test dental interference fields, yet the patient’s dentist cannot find anything at all. Patients then come back to me. I frequently find fillings to be the cause of a stress.

Through testing I frequently come across BIS-GMA 1, particularly in patients with skin reddening in the lower nasal region and around the mouth. The tongue appears swollen and inflamed and is also partially coated with hard white deposits.

Example: female patient, 51 years old

  • Suffering from depression and acute pain in her muscles and tendons
  • Disturbed sleep and pain in the digestive and intestinal tract
  • After dental materials were replaced all pain disappeared

It is important that therapists test a patient’s tolerance to dental materials before these are implanted. This can help us prevent a number of symptom


¹Bisphenol A glycidyl methacrylate

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