Underestimated effects of silent inflammation in the jawbone!

It is scientifically proven that fatty degenerative osteonecrosis or osteolysis of the jawbone (FDOJ),
can cause or strongly promote the following diseases:

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Rheumatoid diseases

Chronic inflammation is completely normal in rheumatic diseases. As a result, an increased level of inflammatory messenger substances can usually be detected in the affected areas. However, if there are other chronic inflammatory fields in the body, these can have a direct effect on the rheumatic problems or even trigger them in the first place.

Possible causes

If a wound healing process is not optimal, trophic disturbances can occur in the jawbone. As a result, only a very thin layer of jawbone is formed and cavities occur within the jawbone.
The remaining tissue may regress and a fatty degenerative osteolysis or osteonecrosis of the jawbone (FDOJ) may develop. Within this FDOJ, there is usually overexpression of the inflammatory messenger Rantes/CCL5.

Localization, identification and elimination of RATENS/CCL5

Because Rantes is often found in fatty degenerative osteolysis or osteonecrosis (FDOJ), A FDOJ should be treated to potentially alleviate rheumatoid issues.
Unlike DVTs or OPGs, the CaviTAU® is able to determine jawbone density and quality and identify a FDOJ.

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CaviTAU® helps to quickly and accurately identify an FDOJ.
If YOU also want to be able to identify FDOJs precisely and reliably in the future, become a CaviTAU® therapist now!

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Trigeminal Neuralgia / Neuralgia Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis (NICO)

Trigeminal neuralgia is probably one of the most painful diseases of all. Patients describe the pain as follows: "like being struck by lightning," or "stabbed in the eye with a screwdriver." Trigeminal neuralgia has the second highest suicide rate of all diseases after depression. That is why it is called the "suicide disease."

Possible causes

Pathology professor J.E. Bouquot (USA; University of Huston) described a cause of trigeminal neuralgia as early as 1996: a breakdown of the bone marrow in the jaw.
If wound settlements in the jawbone, for example wisdom tooth removal or root filling, do not heal properly and no healthy jawbone develops, this tissue can regress and cavities develop.

The inflammatory messenger Rantes/CCL5 is usually found in these cavities within the jawbone. Since other inflammatory messengers such as interleukin 6 or TNF alpha are not produced there, the affected persons also often do not have pain in the jawbone, but it is a silent inflammation.

Localization, identification and elimination of RATENS/CCL5

Because Rantes/CCL5 is most often found in fatty degenerative osteolysis or osteonecrosis, FDOJ should be treated, potentially alleviating chronic fatigue.

Unlike DVTs or OPGs, the CaviTAU® is capable of determining jawbone density and quality and identifying FDOJ. In addition, an examination with the CaviTAU® is performed according to the ALARA principle.

Become a CaviTAU® therapist now!

CaviTAU® helps to quickly and accurately identify an FDOJ.
If YOU also want to be able to identify FDOJs precisely and reliably in the future, become a CaviTAU® therapist now!

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Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Research from the University of Athens has shown that significantly elevated levels of the inflammatory messenger Rantes can be detected in the blood of ALS patients.
Quote, "RANTES may serve as a target for diagnostic and therapeutic intervention, and may be a prognostic factor in central nervous system disease."
Rantes is an inflammatory messenger of the body. Unlike hormones, which are produced in the brain and act in the body, Rantes is a messenger that can affect all organs.

Possible causes

In all areas of the jaw where the body fails to heal extraction and surgical wounds, chronic subliminal inflammation can remain in the jawbone. Usually healthy jaw bone does not develop there either.
A fatty inflammatory tissue may develop.
The technical term is FDOJ. And in all these areas, the body constantly tries to extinguish this persistent source of fire via further activation of the inflammatory signal RANTES.
This increased inflammatory signal radiates through the jaw into the entire body and can aggravate or even trigger other diseases such as ALS problems.

Localization, identification and elimination of RATENS/CCL5

Since Rantes/CCL5 is often found in fatty degenerative osteolysis or osteonecrosis.
FDOJs should be treated, potentially alleviating chronic fatigue.

Unlike DVTs or OPGs, the CaviTAU® is capable of determining jawbone density and quality and identifying FDOJ. In addition, an examination with the CaviTAU® is performed according to the ALARA principle.

Become a CaviTAU® therapist now!

CaviTAU® helps to quickly and accurately identify an FDOJ.
If YOU also want to be able to identify FDOJs precisely and reliably in the future, become a CaviTAU® therapist now!

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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis or "Encephalomyelitis Disseminata" is a chronic scattered inflammation of the brain and spinal cord. The entire central nervous system along the spinal cord as well as the brain can be affected. Now, when a patient has chronic inflammation in another part of the body, the level of inflammatory messengers also increases extremely.

Possible causes

If wound settlements in the jawbone, for example wisdom tooth removal or root filling, do not heal properly and no healthy jawbone develops, this tissue usually regresses and cavities develop.

In these cavities within the jaw bone, the inflammatory messenger substance Rantes/CCL5 is usually produced. The body cannot compensate for this overexpression of Rantes and other parts of the body are affected. Thus, Rantes can aggravate or even trigger other diseases besides MS, such as rheumatism or trigeminal neuralgia.

Localization, identification and elimination of RATENS/CCL5

Since Rantes/CCL5 is most often found in fatty degenerative osteolysis or osteonecrosis, FDOJ should be treated, potentially alleviating chronic fatigue.

Unlike DVTs or OPGs, the CaviTAU® is capable of determining jawbone density and quality and identifying FDOJ. In addition, an examination with the CaviTAU® is performed according to the ALARA principle.

Become a CaviTAU® therapist now!

CaviTAU® helps to quickly and accurately identify an FDOJ.
If YOU also want to be able to identify FDOJs precisely and reliably in the future, become a CaviTAU® therapist now!

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Chronic fatigue/ CFS

Consequences of operations, infections and inflammations can put so much strain on the body that it cannot recover on its own.
If this becomes a permanent condition, one or the other patient manifests e.g. chronice fatigue/chronic fatigue syndrome.

Especially if the patient does not feel the trigger, because it is a silent chronic inflammation, his complaints usually become all the more problematic.
It is now necessary to localize the causes of this fatigue in order to remove them if necessary.

Possible causes

If wound settlements in the jawbone, for example wisdom tooth removal or root filling, do not heal properly and no healthy jawbone develops, this tissue can regress and cavities develop.

The inflammatory messenger Rantes/CCL5 is usually found in these cavities within the jawbone. Since other inflammatory messengers such as interleukin 6 or TNF alpha are not produced there, the affected persons also often do not have pain in the jawbone, but it is a silent inflammation.

Localization, identification and elimination of RATENS/CCL5

Because Rantes/CCL5 is most often found in fatty degenerative osteolysis or osteonecrosis, FDOJ should be treated, potentially alleviating chronic fatigue.

Unlike DVTs or OPGs, the CaviTAU® is capable of determining jawbone density and quality and identifying FDOJ. In addition, an examination with the CaviTAU® is performed according to the ALARA principle.

Become a CaviTAU® therapist now!

CaviTAU® helps to quickly and accurately identify an FDOJ.
If YOU also want to be able to identify FDOJs precisely and reliably in the future, become a CaviTAU® therapist now!

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Syncope

When fainting spells become part of everyday life and no clear apparent trigger can be found, this can be extremely stressful for a patient. However, the cause can also lie within the jawbone.

Possible causes

Poor wound healing, following wound settling in the jaw area, can lead to trophic disorders. If the treated tissue becomes inflamed due to trophic disturbance in the jaw area, fatty degenerative osteolysis or osteonecrosis may develop in the jawbone. This leads to overexpression of the inflammatory neurotransmitter Rantes.

Rantes activates sensitive and afferent parts of the trigeminal nerve. This results in a local release in the central nervous system (CNS) of the same cytokines that have activating effects in the periphery, although these cytokines do not wash into the CNS. They are peripherally induced and centrally produced in the CNS by central immune cells. Thus, a hyperactivated signal transduction cascade from FDOJ to the CNS is present, resulting in syncope.

Localization, identification, and elimination of RATENS/CCL5.

Because Rantes/CCL5 is most often found in fatty degenerative osteolysis or osteonecrosis, FDOJ should be treated, potentially alleviating chronic fatigue.

Unlike DVTs or OPGs, the CaviTAU® is capable of determining jawbone density and quality and identifying FDOJ. In addition, an examination with the CaviTAU® is performed according to the ALARA principle.

Become a CaviTAU® therapist now!

CaviTAU® helps to quickly and accurately identify an FDOJ.
If YOU also want to be able to identify FDOJs precisely and reliably in the future, become a CaviTAU® therapist now!

FDOJ cannot be visualized by OPGs or DVTs in at least 85% of all cases.
This diagnostic deficiency is closed by the CaviTAU®!

Become a CaviTAU®-Therapist now, open up new fields of treatment and help desperate patients whose suffering is not taken seriously by other doctors!