Dental Screening

Screen Shot 2014-08-13 at 4.44.05 PMProtocol for Dental Screening

This protocol assumes the operator has a basic knowledge of electrodermal screening. Tooth location is numbered for upper right, to upper left, from lower left to lower right. They number from one to thirty -two.

More information on Oral Potential Meter

Please refer to the “THE TEETH AND THE BODY ENERGETIC INTER-RELATIONS, a chart for the exact position of the teeth and through those tissue systems that each tooth is related. A detailed knowledge of the chart is important in understanding the mouth and its relation to the bodies health.

The protocol is used to evaluate the mouth and its energetic relations to organs and tissue of the body.

You will also be made aware of the false negatives and why they present the appearance of a compromised tooth from outside interference fields. The protocol will help to differentiate between dental materials and diseased teeth that cause abnormal signals.

Procedure:


Let us begin with an evaluation of a patient coming to the office for Electro-Dermal screening. Bring up the points screen or make an individual screen for dental checking. The points used will vary from two to three points for each meridian on one hand.

These points are as follows: Ly 1, CMP Ly and Ly2, Lu 11, CMP Lu, Lu 10.5, LI 1, CMP LI 2, ND 1a, CMP ND, ND 3, Cir 9, CMP Cir, Al 1, Al 3, CMP OD, TW 1, CMP TW, TW 3, H 9, CMP SI 1, CMP SI, SI 2.


The purpose of these measurements is to establish a base value for the meridians. Consistently you see high readings with indicator drops of varying degrees will indicate there is a key to the high readings and ID’s. One must balance these readings to between 48 and 55, in most cases, you will be able to balance to 50 without an indicator drop. Balancing the points is where you have to become a good detective and find the reason or reasons for the imbalances in the readings. The following signals are placed in the order of greatest influence on the body.

Mercury silver fillings (amalgams), Non-precious crowns and bridges ( made from Nickel, Chrome, Beryllium or Nickel, Chrome, Gallium, Molybdenum). They are found in the dental nosodes. Aluminum is found in composites along with iron oxide and fluoride. Some composites contain Barium, however barium is more likely to found in a cavity liner that is made up of hypocal (slake lime or calcium hydroxide). Gold (zahngold or Dental gold) is made of many alloys and is never pure gold. Cadmium is a heavy metal that is in gutta-percha, used in root canals. Partials and implants have an effect on the reading along with the plastic of dentures that in many cases contain cadmium for the pink color.
Be aware of amalgam tattoos that is a result of galvanic current transferring metallic ions into the tissue. These tattoos can also have an effect on the patient’s imbalance.

The Oral Potential Meter will measure millivolts, microamps and microwatts time seconds in some cases. The removal of the amalgam tattoo is left up to the discretion of the health practitioner and patient. Note case history after an amalgam tattoo from a 40 year old female was removed at the end of protocol.

The next step is to know the effect that can cause an imbalance to ND 1a other than teeth, tonsils, and scars. This step is necessary to pick compatible dental materials for the patient.

The List is as follows:


1. Cosmetics usually petroleum base. (Remedy) is petroleum 3 or 6x
2. Jewelry most contain Nickel base, gold plated (Remove)
3. Ear rings including plastic posts. (Remove)
4. Hair pins. (Remove)
5. Permanents-some contain formaldehyde. (Remedy) Formaldehyde 3 or 6x
6. Metal in the glasses-frames crossing bridge of nose and in the bows. (Remove) Graphite and      some all plastic frames seem to work better. Have patient bring in several frames to be measured with  CEDS.
7.  Labels in clothing (Remedy) is Ethylene Blue 3 or 6x
8.  Synthetic Clothing. (Remedy) is polyacrylate. 3 or 6x
9.  Finger nail polish. (Remedy) iron oxide and or petroleum
10. Electric watches and metal watch band, back of watch is stainless (nickel) (Remove)

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