Dental procedures are vital to helping patients maintain their oral hygiene and well-being, and can be very helpful in alleviating problems that develop in the patient’s mouth that may become life-threatening without treatment, such as an infection. Many procedures are also performed to help alleviate pain and to improve the appearance of the patient’s teeth, leading to improvements in their confidence.
Bioresonance devices are increasingly being utilized by dentists in order to provide additional complementary therapeutic options to patients who need to undergo certain procedures. With the high risks involved in providing patients with antibiotics as a preventative measure to avoid infections as a complication of surgical procedures, dentists are turning to Bioresonance devices to help prevent infections without having to rely on antibiotics. The removal of amalgam fillings can also benefit from this therapeutic solution.
In this post, we’ll take a look at how Bioresonance therapy devices can be useful in dental practices and how patients can benefit when this therapeutic method is utilized along with conventional dental procedures.
Bioresonance In The Prevention Of Infections
Dental surgical procedures are often necessary in order to address a specific condition or problem that a patient presents during an initial consultation with a dentist. Following the procedure, some patients might be at risk of developing an infection in the area affected by the surgical procedure, which may yield a range of other complications. Untreated, infections can spread and even become a life-threatening matter when the bacteria that caused the infection leaks into the blood and starts to infect the heart, the brain, and other areas of the patient’s body. These risks may be present even when a dentist follows appropriate precautionary steps in order to minimize the patient’s risk.
Antibiotic prophylaxis is often utilized in order to reduce further the patient’s risk of developing an infection after they had undergone a dental surgical procedure. The dentist would provide the patient with a prescription for antibiotics prior to the procedure and may require the patient to take antibiotics after the procedure has been completed as well.
Not all patients qualify for antibiotic prophylaxis, as a range of rules and regulations have been set in place, which needs to be followed by dentists in order to evaluate whether a particular patient may be a candidate for this preventative strategy.
When antibiotics are prescribed to a patient, and no infection is present, it may cause complications, such as antibiotic resistance. In such cases, treating a future infection may become more difficult, as the antibiotics may not work effectively in destroying the bacteria, which has now become resistant to the specific type of antibiotic utilized. Stronger doses of antibiotics would then be needed, which may increase the risk of side-effects like vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, rash, and more.
Bioresonance therapy is an alternative solution that dentists are starting to turn to in order to reduce the possible complications of antibiotic prophylaxis patients may experience, while still being able to address the fact that the patient may be at risk of an infection following a dental procedure.
The BICOM device is utilized to address specific problems in the patient’s body that may be compromising their immune system. The device will read the electromagnetic signals generated in the patient’s body and then report them to the physician who is administering the therapy. The device will provide a detailed overview of waves that are considered unhealthy. A special program is then used to reverse the electromagnetic signals and to send them back into the patient’s body; thus restoring a better balance of the body’s internal signals.
The body is then able to fight off bacteria that may cause infection after a surgical procedure has been completed more effectively.
The Use Of Bioresonance In Amalgam Filling Removal
Amalgam fillings are known to be hazardous to human health, which is why many patients are seeking out dentistry services that can assist in the removal of these fillings. Unfortunately, patients are at risk of inhaling the fumes, and some of the smaller parts may leak into their throats. This may lead to headaches, insomnia, a metallic taste in their mouth, and chronic fatigue.
Bioresonance therapy can be used to prepare the body for the process of amalgam filling removal and also help a dentist identify the appropriate protocols to assist in detoxifying the patient’s body, and helping to improve their body’s ability to dispose of toxin build-ups.
Risks involved with conventional procedures performed on a daily basis by dentists can be effectively reduced with the utilization of a BICOM device, which uses bioresonance therapy procedures in order to help prevent infections and possible complications that may be developed with the removal of amalgam fillings. The therapy can also be utilized to assist in the diagnosis of other conditions and problems and may become helpful in enhancing the body’s natural healing abilities.