Use of therapy programs in dentistry

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  • Introduction
  • Therapy programs
  • Pre- and post-operative treatment
  • Jawbone, temporomandibular joint and muscles
  • Pain
  • Implantology
  • Additional application
  • Proven program combinations
  • Treatment following abscess lancing
  • Pain following extraction
  • Pain following grinding trauma
  • Inflammation of the gums
  • Accompanying treatment with periodontosis
  • Pre- and post-operative treatment
  • Toothache
  • Test programs

Introduction

Bioresonance is being used to test and treat patients in an increasing number of dental practices.

Just like homeopathy, acupuncture and other naturopathic methods bioresonance is a form of empirical medicine. The fundamental principles of bioresonance have been confirmed by the latest discoveries in quantum and biophysics, but have yet to be accepted by current expert opinion within mainstream medicine. All claims made regarding effects, properties and indications are based on findings and empirical values from Bicom bioresonance itself.

According to our research, dental practices where bioresonance is used report that bioresonance assists acceptance of anaesthetics, for example, so that fewer incidents occur, less anaesthetic is required and fewer attempts to anaesthetise patients fail.

Prior to surgery the patient can be stabilised with appropriate programs. After surgery swelling can frequently be prevented and, in many cases, wounds heal more quickly and the patient experiences less pain. It is also reported that fewer antibiotics need to be prescribed and fewer painkillers are required.

But bioresonance is also used in dental and orthodontic practices in the area of gnathology and for disorders of the jaw, temporomandibular joint and for problems with the jaw musculature.

Allergies are on the increase and a growing number of patients are also intolerant of dental materials, prosthetic materials and crowns, experiencing an adverse reaction. Consequently it is standard practice in dental surgeries which work with Bicom bioresonance to test materials for tolerance before using them, especially in the case of patients with multiple allergies. This also applies to anaesthetics and medicines.

If the patient is suspected of being intolerant of material which has already been incorporated in their body, this is also tested and treated appropriately. Thus it may arise, for example, that intolerance of prosthetic materials leads to inflammation and thereby to swelling, reddening and pain in the oral mucosa. Due to the swelling the prosthesis never seems to fit properly and constantly needs readjusting without this being able to solve the problem. In this situation Bicom dentists also use bioresonance to test and treat the patient.

In implantology, once the bone material has been fitted, the hope is that the wound will heal rapidly and the bone will grow quickly. Once the implant has been fitted, it is important that the wound heals well and the implant soon becomes resilient. This is another instance where bioresonance is used in Bicom practices.

Test and therapy programs are pre-installed in the Bicom device.

Therapy programs

Gums, oral mucosa and inflammations

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