Shark tooth filling root cervix

This acupuncture practitioner gentleman 73 years of age wanted to save his remaining dentition from extraction. So far so good as he lost only two elements the last two and a half years since starting with the HealOzone procedure. Now the molar 1.6 root cervix cavity palatine aspect had stabilised enough to have a filling placed. With no further preparation except HealOzone and redox pH balance drops the GCP “shark tooth” filling was placed in bulk squeezed into place with Kerr Adapt SuperCap Matrix high 6.3mm. Light cured for 150s. The intentional life span of the repair was determined at 20 years in concordance with the patient. The unique self healing properties of this shark tooth material will provide ion exchange with underlying dentine resulting in biofusion as long as enough enzymes are present in the tooth environment including tubules.

Glass carbomer filling, no drilling 4.7

This electrical engineer industrial production from Breda, 60 years of age came in with a cavity buccal of the molar 4.7 Previously this molar had been restored with lots of composite which now had partially broken off exposing the dentine. A Glass Carbomer filling was placed in bulk, self adhesive, after preparing with 30s HealOzone and some pH balancer drops. No drilling. This colour A2 will set in a few weeks. The GCP filling material consists of glass particles about ten micron in diameter, is mixed for 15s and is unique in its self healing property through ion exchange and biofusion with natural dentine. The prognosis for this filling is excellent. The remainder of the tooth may need some care in time to come. Contact details for professionals available on request.

Filling no drilling incisor 1.1

This lady secretary from Zwolle 59 years of age wanted to have the cavity of her incisor 1.1 repaired, mainly for esthetic reasons. To safeguard from further decay enough ozone was applied including one more session of 20s today. Finished with a few drops of saline citric acid special formula as pH balancer. G-Premio Bond followed by small increments of G-aenial Universal Flo colour A2 was set as filling. No drilling, no etching. Excess removal and polishing with Garrison and Maxflex Pop On. No Hollywood tooth but a pragmatic solution and the lady was quite satisfied.

Lost filling premolar 1.4 repair

This gentleman from Amsterdam 64 years of age lost a filling from his premolar 1.4 while biting an almond nut. The premolar had been repaired here with GC Equia Forte Fill the 12th February 2014 and remarkably the attachment to the old amalgam piece with which it had fallen out was still in tact! As you can see in the picture. Excellent adhesion of GC. By the way on the palatine aspect of premolar 1.5 one can see a repair; here placed the 7th July 2011 with Voco Glass Ionomer which still holds. Except the colouring and the marges leave scope for improvement. As preparation for today’s repair HealOzone was applied for twice 20s with cup round 8mm long 20mm followed with a Garrison shield F100 held in place with Garrison Wide Prep FX600 Fusion wedge. The first GCP capsule A2 was applied distally, cured for 5 times 30s and left for 5 minutes for chemical setting. Another shield was now placed mesial with the procedure repeated. After enough chemical hardening the holder ring and shield were carefully removed. Excess was removed using mainly a slow torque Garrison FPZC010-X rotating coarse flat tip. Thanks to HealOzone this Glass Carbomer repair was set in full confidence without the need for drilling. The risk for reactions is estimated as zero. This GCP filling material has rather unique self healing properties through ion exchange and biofusion with dentine. Total work time: 90 minutes including photography.

Shark tooth filling colour A2

The question of colour A2 arose of this molar 4.6 repair four months old. Should it go lighter to A1 for the next batch? Noticable are slight amalgam remains barely visible to the naked eye. Restrained amalgam removal was to prevent the tooth from desintegrating. Anyway, the GCP filling was to all satisfaction of the patient. Only the roots received HealOzone maintenance care this session.

Shark teeth root filling premolar

This retired civil engeneer from the former island of Wieringen 77 years of age requested his premolar 24 to be repaired. The element was still slightly bleeding on preparing with HealOzone. Nevertheless the Glass Carbomer repair was proceeded. Two capsules were applied. Polishing was limited for now to let the Shark teeth filling material adhere properly enough in time. The procedure was non-invasive with no drilling, self adhesive with no etching. Solo with no assistant. The prognosis is fair. In any case some defect should be easily resolved with GCP. The risk of reaction is nill. HealOzone wih Glass Carbomer makes an excellent combination in my experience.

Challenging shark teeth repairs

This building contractor calculator lady 48 years of age had defective molars 47 and 36. Today was the second attempt to get the fillings to hold without adding posts. Inflammation and infection was under control assured with another HealOzone session right before placement of the Glass Carbomer filling material. Follow up in two months. Two GCP Heat lamps for 5 times 30 seconds were applied. The 47 molar still needs to be trimmed somewhat. No painfull reactions are to be expected. The only concern is the repairs to hold. Improved double heating with the GCP lamps may have resolved this.

Peri-apical lesion mandible

Painfull swelling on the left mandible brought this lady astrologer from Wageningen, sixty years of age into this Ozone practice today. Extraction was the only option according to conventional dentists and an appointment for this was cancelled. To their bizarre amazement. HealOzone was accordingly applied and after some hesitation her whole dentition was done. The molar was not extracted. Around the apex and roots of molar 3.6 bone resorption can be seen on X-ray (black spots). On camera swelling is evident. Obvious signs of infection, inflammation. Decarboxylation methylation lagging oxidation. The prognosis is good. Treatment proposal was three sessions to be followed by evaluation. Follow up in one week. The lady was given some dietary advice on how to improve nutritional ketosis as described by for example Joseph Mercola and avoid diabetic ketoacidosis. Quite a shift. Response should be obvious in a few days. Improvement on X-ray could be seen in two weeks time. However, with the clinical impression improving as expected X-ray retake for study purposes could wait another year. You want proof? Keep following us.

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Bulk repair on pulpa

 

Post root canal treatment and Glass Carbomer repair

This lady, building contractor calculator, 48 years of age came in with a failed filling of molar 3.6 buccal after a conventional root canal treatment. HealOzone reduced the amount of bleeding to practically zero. A Glass Carbomer A2 capsule was mixed and placed directly on the pulpa, gently modelled and cured with GCP heat lamp for 5 times 30s.  A further build up of the element may be considered at a later date. However the bonding of the glass ionomer material onto the dentine is of primary concern. No reactions are to be expected. Removal of excess material was left to a later date.

Case study molar 36 repair

Molar 36 GCP repair

This lady from the province of Brabant 59 years of age had the lingual wall of her molar 3.6 broken off. A repair with Glass Carbomer Fill A2 was placed in one bulk fill on the date of 24th April 2017. After enough HealOzone, as customary, with no drilling. Picture taken 12th May 2017. No pre-repair picture available. The patient was more than satisfied with the result. However I am not totally happy with the distal lingual margin of the repair and I suspect the curing lamp could not cover the relatively extensive repair complete enough. To our suppliers: Can you please look in the possibility of applying a double curing lamp in a stable handle. For placing Glass Carbomer Fill crowns, can you fabricate me a four headed lamp, or just four lamps in a single handle. Please have a look at some of my other cases and we could have a get together to improve on these experiments. Thanks.