Chronic Health Conditions Other than Pain Related to Cavitations and Oral Bacteria Levels

Many researchers today believe that NICO lesions, like periodontal disease, is the focus of various infections which may spread throughout the body and have systemic effects.  In the last few years, some of the most surprising medical news has been the discovery that bacteria from the mouth appear to be very influential in causing various heart, liver, kidney, and immune problems.

Researchers from New York University found that certain bacteria from the mouth may be related to preterm delivery and low birth weight according to a study in the Journal of Periodontology.  The presence of specific bacteria and combinations of bacteria in periodontal pockets also appears to be responsible for the relationship between periodontal disease and acute coronary syndrome (ACS), according to a new study published in the Journal of Periodontology.

Dr. Weston Price was a prominent dental researcher leading a medical research team on the relation between root-canal teeth and chronic health conditions.  Through a long series of well documented clinical cases and experiments his team found that root-canals accumulate bacteria that give off extreme toxins sufficient to cause serious health conditions, including cancer, cardiovascular conditions, arthritis, neurological conditions, kidney conditions, etc.  Dr. Meinig, one of the founders of the endodontic association has reviewed the research of Dr. Price and others and is in agreement with their findings.

Many doctors and dentists through their experience with patients have reached similar conclusions.  They have had large numbers of patients who have had such health conditions significantly improve after treatment of root canals or cavitations along with other detoxification measures.  A collaborative study by the North Carolina Institute of Technology using advanced tests developed by Affinity Laboratory has demonstrated the mechanisms by which cavitations can cause cancer.

Modern experiences also support this theory.  Dr. Issels, a German physician, recommends extraction of root canal teeth as part of his protocol for terminal cancer patients.  Over the last 40 years with 16,000 patients, he has observed a 24% total remission rate.

Dr. Florian Kubitzek, a physician and dentist in Munich, Germany, uses the CT scan to study the teeth and jaw.  His scanning technique has been invaluable in diagnosing jaw abscesses below the teeth that have been inadequately treated by standard dentistry.  Conventional dental X-rays have entirely missed the jaw abscesses known as cavitations.  Kubitzek treats many cancer patients who have dental caviations as a collaborative approach in the overall treatment of metastatic and primary cancer.

Dr. John Diamond (MD) says that all patients with breast cancer that he has tested had “root-canals on the tooth related to the breast area on the associated energy meridian.”

Other clinics that treat cancer have similarly found that most of their patients with cancer have root-canalled teeth or cavitations and that treating these is an important part in success at treating cancer.

Research and clinical cases have found cavitations to be related to many chronic health conditions which have improved after cavitation treatment, including cancer, congestive heart failure and other cardiovascular problems, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, and autoimmune conditions- perhaps related to cavitations major effects on the immune system.

If you have a joint implant or mitral valve prolapse, your dentist must prescribe an antibiotic before any dental treatment.  Why?  Because bacteria from the mouth can spread through the blood to cause serious problems elsewhere in the body.  There is growing evidence that the toxins from NICO lesions do the same.

Article from The Natural Recovery Plan: Dental Cavitations and Health

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