Biological Surgery

The Latest in Biological and Bioesthetic Dentistry

How Is Biological Surgery Different From a Dentist or Oral Surgeon?

Many of our services are used in general offices however the approach is to be comprehensive and to remove all interference fields (inflammatory sources) of the oral cavity. This has been refined and perfected by Dr. Volz at the Swiss Biohealth Clinic. Much of our protocols mirror that of Dr. Volz. 

The goal is to reduce any adverse outcome of course but more importantly, we want to improve the overall health of all our patients. There are a few concepts and methods which can reverse autoimmune diseases or chronic illnesses. The Swiss have been very successful in treating patients with severe illnesses when all other avenues have failed them. When Dr. Popp saw this with his patients who he took to Switzerland and many others that have followed the Swiss concept, he knew it was special. 

The basics of this concept are to look comprehensively at the oral cavity and to identify all potential interference fields or in other words. Any metal that will corrode over time, or any dead tissue - this can be decay, periodontal disease, dead teeth, root canal teeth, or dead bone pockets. Once these are identified then the treatment involves a stepwise approach to remove all the inflammatory sources in a timely manner. 

Biological surgery is rarely an emergency. Ideally, surgery is planned only after a period to boost the regenerative capacity of the patient. Ensuring optimal Vitamin D3 level, balanced hormones, and micronutrients optimized before surgery. Generally, all restorative and periodontic treatment is completed before surgery. This means the removal of all metal crowns and fillings and decays to optimize the oral cavity for optimal healing. 

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Some Key Factors of Biological Dental Surgery:

Often a discussion with the integrative medical team to ensure regenerative capacity is up for the surgery.