Of course! When you leave MEDIDENT BAVARIA® after the impression appointment, you are immediately 100% operational and can return to work or take a vacation until the cementation appointment, as this is not a surgical procedure.
Even if you never had a wisdom tooth there, there was definitely a tooth germ there that did not have the strength to develop into a wisdom tooth due to a weakness on that meridian. This germ then "rotted" over the years and created an optimal breeding ground for a NICO*. Often, these patients even have particularly large NICO's in these regions. You can find more information here: NICO's interference field remediation*. * The described topic or the mentioned procedure are subject of numerous studies, which support our view. However, we would like to point out that scientific proof of efficacy and official recognition are currently still pending.
For the amalgam removal protocol (AMX) of MEDIDENT BAVARIA® this can be answered with a clear YES, because we remove all amalgam fillings according to the protocol developed by us under sixfold protection.
  • We require a 2D panoramic X-ray from you.
  • Furthermore, the fully completed medical history form, which you can request at the reception or download from the website.
  • In addition, we need your 25-OH vitamin D3 and your cholesterol LDL levels. Only at levels above 70 ng/ml D3 is your immune system strong enough and you able to form healthy bone. An LDL value above 1.4 g/l LDL testifies to an increased susceptibility to inflammation, so that the LDL value before the intervention < must be 1.4 g/l (better < 1.0 g/l).
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