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Old 11-01-2009, 10:55 AM
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Need help.

I have a crown with a root canal, my biological dentist said that I need to have that root canal retreated and then he will aply ozone treatment to kill bacteria. At the present time I do not have any problem with that tooth however, I am getting ready to have my amalgan removed from 2 other teeth.

I suffer a lot from congestion and he said that this one , the one with the root canal is rigth within the quadran of the sinus.

I am very familiar with Dr Levy and his recommendation about root canal I strongly believed this one is perhaps causing me some problem.

I just need fro some one to tell me if they have had treatment with ozone and is this may help me.

very expensive treatment, I may add.

Thanks for all the help..

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Old 11-01-2009, 07:58 PM
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Well I have had one root canal and waited a long time to get the crown which was not right, but I noticed foods would get in and cause some pain etc. So I was regularly using Hydrogen Peroxide and that fixed it. That will get absorbed and kill the bacteria if used daily, even after the crown I think. If the bacteria can get there, so can the peroxide. Works wonders.
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Old 11-04-2009, 08:57 AM
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You will find this article helpful. I went to this dentist and had a mercury filling removed and typically a root canal would have been done. He did a great job filling the tooth and did ozone treatment as he went along. I would give him a call.
Biomimetic Dentistry, ozone dentistry, avoiding root canal, Dr Alleman DDS

6th October 2009 by Rett Anderson Posted in Disease, Revolutionary Therapies, Oxidative Therapies, Misc
There is now occurring a movement amongst dentists to avoid doing root canals. Ultimately root canals give people enduring medical problems, pain and suffering.
On my visit to a dentist a couple of years ago to have a large mercury filling removed, the dentist said that there was new decay that he had to remove and that it was border line as to wether a root canal should be done. He advised that it may be worth trying to save the tooth and to put a composite filling in.

I have been grateful to that dentist and for that decision but alas, not fully satisfied. The tooth still gives me discomfort while chewing and it really was a level 2 to 3 on the pain scale not only during meals but other times also throughout the first year. The discomfort has quieted down somewhat over the last year but still there is a general level 1 discomfort almost all the time and I still avoid chewing on that side. Mostly I have learned to mentally turn it off.
Then, via an ozone yahoo group that deals with ozone dentistry sponsored by Dr Julian Holmes, I was introduced to Dr. David S Alleman, D.D.S. through one of the dentists on the forum.
Eventually I called Dr Alleman and I had a lengthy discussion about the use of ozone and why these composite fillings often do not last and in my case why they cause discomfort.
I decided to see Dr. Alleman for the removal of the next mercury filling on my list for repair, a large one just below the one I had done previously.
The procedure was interesting to watch, for as much as you can see in my position. Dr Alleman did much of the work though observation through a microscope. He explained that teeth that are decaying will crack and if the crack is not addressed then bacteria will continue to survive and the composite filling will not last as decay will continue to fester underneath. The microscope allows for the dentist to observe cracks that are barely visible at all and to remedy them before a composite is placed on top. He said that most dentists would miss the cracks he found in my tooth if they did not have the ability to examine with a microscope.
So, for me, in my case, this lead to more drilling than I had anticipated. Dr Allemen also used some kind of meter that could measure levels of bacteria in different areas in the tooth. This would guide him to where exactly to drill according to the bacterial count present.
When he felt that the cracks had been eliminated and the bacterial count was sufficiently down he then applied ozone gas directly to the tooth at a 24 gamma for approximately one minute. It seemed that while this was being applied suction was also applied nearby to carry off ambient ozone gas. I did not smell ozone at all and if I did inhale any it was in so small an amount I could not tell and really consequential. Ozone will immediately kill off any trace of bacteria that may remain. There is also evidence that ozone gas will stimulate the growth of dental tissue. (see Julian Holmes) Since I had pulp exposed this could be critical to the success of the treatment. Dr Allemen said that ozone will penetrate up to 2 mm into the pulp.
Dr Allemen devotes considerable time to educating dentists across the nation. In October 2009 he will be having a seminar in Salt Lake City to teach dentists how to apply bonded composite fillings with this new approach. If you would like to contact Dr Allemen to set up a seminar in your city you may contact him through his email.
His personal website:
[email protected]

Here is a website where he joins other dentists with similar interests:

and here is the specific page to help you find a dentist in your area who does this
cutting edge dentistry. You should never need another root canal.
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Old 11-16-2009, 10:31 AM
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Ozone under the gum line will absolutely help! My dentist uses it for many things, including tightening teeth.

The problem with most dental work over other dental work is the trauma to the mouth. Too much work on a tooth can damage the nerve.

If it were me, I would take the ozone to strengthen the area, then decide if I wanted to recap.

Good luck
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