Danger in the jaw NICO and thioether

Chronic diseases often have their origin in dental health. In this context, the terms NICO and thioether are not well known, which makes the clinical pictures all the more critical. As part of our regulation diagnostics, the health of the teeth and jaw is checked as standard. What NICO and thioether are about and how this can be diagnosed and ultimately treated, you will learn in this article.

Symptoms and processes in the body

“NICO” translates to Neuralgia Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis. It is a decomposition in the jaw that can either cause neuralgia, nerve pain due to inflammation, or be silent. If it does not cause pain, it often goes unnoticed. Decomposition is a major problem because the bones in the affected areas in the jaw become unstable and are then no longer functional. The bone eventually changes and decomposes. This decomposition produces the hazardous substance thioether. Thioether is a sulfur-containing substance which is highly toxic and is also colloquially known as corpse poison. It is produced during the decomposition of bones, proteins, nerves and other components of the body. Thioether is toxic to the entire biosystem and, if released unnoticed into the organism, can negatively affect all organs. The brain in particular, but also other organs, are affected by this stress. Depending on the proximity from the focus to the trigeminal nerve in the face, massive pain can occur. If treatment is then attempted on the nerve without removing the focus, the pain may not be manageable.

This pathological process in the body is a rather undiscovered area in dentistry. A few specialized dentists are familiar with NICO and thioether, such as Dr. Lechner, Dr. Volz and Dr. Nischwitz. They also train dentists in this field. It can be learned exactly how to diagnose and treat the diseases. With the help of our regulation diagnostics it is relatively easy to find out if there are problems in the jaw. The question then naturally arises as to whether or not the patient already has problems as a result. Patients often come to the practice when they are already struggling with chronic conditions. In the case of neurological symptoms, there may be a connection with permanent poisoning from the jaw. NICO and thioether must first be diagnosed and localized before a treatment plan can be developed by the dentist. Often, the problems occur at root-treated teeth or wisdom tooth extraction sites, i.e., sites where teeth or nerves have been extracted. These are then already weakened and partially dead areas in the jaw. The most common weakening in the jaw represents inflammation in combination with a supply deficiency. Pine generally represents an area of low supply. If there is also a lack of supply, decomposition may occur in the jawbone as a result. Such a supply deficiency can be caused by toxins, heavy metals such as mercury and light metals such as aluminum, or food intolerances in the intestine.

All the metabolites from the inflammation in the gut then find their way to the head and jaw. They are often deposited in places that do not bother the body as much, but then decomposition occurs in the long term. This is often aggravated by chronic inflammation, as bacteria feel very comfortable in this toxic environment. These bacteria include the bartonelae as well as the borrelia, but also many others from this bacterial circle.
Furthermore, the tissue can be weakened and thus viruses, such as herpes viruses, can be kept chronically active.

Diagnosis and treatment

The first step is to find out whether NICOs or thioethers are present in the jaw. This is always done by a dentist with experience in this field. By means of 3D X-ray images, ultrasound or test sticks, which are pushed into the tooth pockets, the dentist can determine the problem. Treatment methods are then determined. In most cases, invasive procedures are performed in which the jawbone is cleaned and prepared for reconstruction so that the disease can be corrected if possible.
The whole thing can be supported with vitamin B12 and MSM. These two substances help the body cope with inflammation and thioether. If the body is deficient in healthy sulfur, then it may resort to toxic sulfur and incorporates this into its various cellular processes. Therefore, it is better to offer an organic sulfur like MSM for the body to use.

Do you feel that you are also affected? Then contact a biological environmental dentist or contact us, so that we can find out the causes of your disease by means of regulation diagnostics.

Medical disclaimer
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