Anti-aging dentistry

September 5, 2012

Dental, Health

To have optimal health and a robust life, the leakage of the energy from our bodies via the teeth cannot be overlooked.

by Dr. Nicholas Meyer — 

All metals, by definition, conduct electrons, even the ones in your teeth. In a biological system this can be a problem. Our bodies run on current. It is a low level current, but a current nonetheless.

The current of electrons can be measured from fillings and crowns with a moderately sophisticated volt meter from Radio Shack. The voltage measured is an indicator that the body is literally leaking energy. Using other measuring devices and by comparing energy leakage, it can be determined which systems are most at risk for a health challenge. Dr. Jerry Tennant of the Tennant Institute for Integrative Medicine in Irving, Texas, has put together a vast body of information on this topic. See: www.tennantinstitute.com.

The results of these measurements can be truly astonishing. The energy leaking out is energy we need to thrive. The idea, then, is to stop the leakage and repair the damage to the organ system through nutrition. This can be a major undertaking for some, yet less so for others.

The bottom line is that we are energy beings, and once our systems are intruded upon by outside, unnatural materials, a price will be exacted. It might not show up until years down the line and in strange ways that are seemingly unrelated to the offending agents.

To have optimal health and a robust life, the leakage of the energy from our bodies via the teeth cannot be overlooked.

 

Nicholas Meyer, D.D.S., is a general dentist in Scottsdale, Ariz., with a special interest in the functional aspects of the oral cavity that contribute to such maladies as TMJ, snoring and sleep apnea. 480-948-0560 or www.milldental.com.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 27, Number 5, October/November 2008.

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