CAVITATION The Hidden Problem in Your Jaw

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Bob Jones was wheelchair-bound because of a debilitating illness and embarked on a journey to restore his health.

One of the most significant aspects of his recovery was a surgical intervention to his jaw bone to eliminate the infections located there.

After his recovery he went on to develop a device to accurately detect the presence of toxic ‘holes’’ all over the body, the Cavitat.

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A Cavitation is a hollow area in the bones that develops if the blood supply to the bone is deprived. The bone dies and a hole develops to which anaerobic bacteria migrate.

The toxic waste material produced by these bacteria is permanently being released into your body.

Cavitations in the jaw usually occur as a result of infections or trauma after tooth extraction.

Cavitations are especially vulnerable to infection from bacteria of gum disease and tooth decay.

Unfortunately cavitations cannot easily be diagnosed by conventional dental X-rays. The method to diagnose a cavitation is by the above mentioned CAVITAT, an ultra sound device, that needs to be read in conjunction with a Panorama X-ray.

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If a local anaesthetics doesn´t work, a reason could be a Cavitation in this area, because the infection in the Cavitation could neutralise the local anaesthetic.

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Antibiotics do not work on cavitations because no blood is circulating within the lesion hence no medication will ever reach the affected area.

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The suggested treatment for a Cavitation is surgery to scrape the bone clean, remove dead bone tissue, bringing the bone back to a living structure by making it bleed and combining this with some further local and systemic treatment.

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