I cannot comprehend how dentists practice without using homeopathy.
It involves administering to a patient, very minute doses of a substance which, in massive doses, would produce symptoms similar to those of the disease itself in a healthy person.Traditional homeopathic remedies are made from a healing agent, often a plant, which is soaked in alcohol. A drop of the resulting tincture is then diluted one part to 99 parts distilled water. This is a 1C (one to one hundred) dilution. If diluted in ten parts of water, you have a 1X dilution. Then a method called “succussing” is employed to rapidly agitate the solution until the 1% agent is fractionally suspended throughout the solution. Then one part of this 1C dilution is placed in another 99 parts of water and again succussed. This yields a 2C (one to one thousand) dilution, and so on up.
This dilution procedure may be repeated many times, and this sequence of dilution and succussion is called potentization. The dilution arrived at, e.g., 6C, is called the potency. In chemistry it is thought that if one has a dilution beyond what is called Avogadro’s number, there will not be even a single molecule of the original substance present. In medicine, the more one delivers of a drug, the more the effect.
And curiously enough, the more diluted the solution, the more powerful the healing agent becomes, but without side effects and toxicity. I think of the dilution procedure as unleashing the atomic energy of the original substance.
Arsenic poisoning, for example, produces violent diarrhea and vomiting. Homeopathic arsenic is the main remedy used for those suffering from food poisoning. The homeopathic arsenic remedy contains no physical substance, only the energetic frequency of arsenic.
I make my homeopathic remedies in a different way, by imprinting specific frequencies into water.My remedies are not homeopathic in the true sense of the word, because a homeopathic remedy is made in the specific manner discussed above. It would be more accurate to refer to the type of remedy I make as a “biological signal remedy” (BSR). Regardless of how they are made, these energetic frequencies are effective, and I could not practice Whole- Body Dentistry without them. Below are a few examples of cases, where I would have been at a loss as to how to proceed without my BSRs.
Mary, age 69, came to see me because of the intermittent facial pain she was experiencing. Four to five times per day she would experience tremendous jolts of pain to the right side of her face. Her physician diagnosed her condition as Trigeminal Neuralgia, TN, and referred her to a neurologist who confirmed the diagnosis. Medication was prescribed, but it did not help. TN is so extremely painful that it has driven some people to suicide. Often TN is caused by a root canal or by the presence of a cavitation. Having done a thorough exam of Mary’s mouth, I saw no signs of either of these problems. There was, however, one very important clue; the pain had started within a week of her husband’s passing. I gave Mary a remedy to address her grief, and it alleviated her pain.
Eleanor, age 42, came in for a new patient visit and told me that all her teeth were sensitive, not just a little sensitive, but extremely sensitive! She couldn’t tolerate cold or having her teeth cleaned. Touching the area near the gum line with a toothbrush was also very painful. My experience has shown that, when all the teeth are sensitive, there must be a larger, more systemic problem. In taking her history, there were certain clues which led me to choose a specific remedy. Eleanor had described having a lot of bloating with her periods. She was very sensitive to the slightest criticism and, subsequently, could not get it out of her thoughts. Within a month, all of her symptoms were greatly improved.
Joseph, age 38, came in as an “emergency”. He was having terrible pain in his upper left teeth; he could not tell from which tooth. X-rays were negative; there was no decay, no abscess, and no tenderness to percussion. I did note that Joseph was holding a jar of water with ice in it. He said that the ice water greatly relieved the pain. I asked how much coffee he drinks, “4-5 mugs per day,” replied Joseph. Coffee puts nerves “on edge” and can cause tooth pain which can be relieved by cold drinks. I gave Joseph homeopathic coffee, and the pain was better within 10 minutes! I instructed Joseph to cut back on his coffee consumption and he has had no further problems.
Homeopathy is truly a powerful tool.
© 2011, Mark A. Breiner, DDS
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