Extreme headache & migraine permanently healed
by removing dental interference fields
We continue our host of dramatic case histories owed to dentist Dr Ernesto Adler (1906–1996) which highlight the possibly crucial impact on our wellbeing (here: headache / migraine gone) of so-called dental interference fields.
Extreme recurrent headaches
Female, age 50, suffering with extreme headaches from time to time to the point of having to stay in bed.
X-ray showed advanced bone/gum disease (severe bone loss and inflammation in periodontium), particularly at tooth 7 and 8 in the upper jaw. When the loss of bone has progressed to reveal the location at which the individual roots of a molar begin to branch from the single root trunk (the bone line or level has lowered below the bifurcation or trifurcation), individual teeth can work as interference fields.
Dr Adler extracted these two teeth which put a stop to the headaches. They did come back after two months since the same condition developed on the opposite side. Applying the identical therapy led to the same positive result.
To slow down the progress of periodontitis, Dr Adler treated the teeth using an unspecified method.
Extreme one-sided headaches
Male, 55, with a periodontal pocket at the second upper right molar which was tilted due to the adjacent first molar having been pulled. The gum pocket had developed into a septic zone with putrefying food rests and chronic inflammation of the periodontal ligament caused by these toxins.
The patient was instantly freed from his pain after the tooth was extracted and he suffered no relapse.
Strong headaches and pain in neck and back muscles
A 21 year old female had been suffering for months from severe headaches and pain in her neck and back muscles. Her teeth were free of cavities and fillings but x-rays showed her lower wisdom teeth were impacted and pressing on the nerves. Extraction of the teeth resulted in instant cessation of the pain.
A 35 year old female who was suffering with intractable headaches was completely relieved after surgical removal of her impacted wisdom teeth and an infected dead tooth.
A 22 year old female had migraine headaches lasting up to three days which she spent in bed in a darkened room. While she had no tooth decay, she did have deformed wisdom teeth. After extraction of these teeth, she was permanently healed of her migraine (eight years follow-up) .
1 Important background details on interference fields under Impacted wisdom teeth: potential health impacts: removing interference fields / focal infections can (near-)instantly heal physical ailments.
2 Cases summarised and translated from dentist Ernesto Adler's book Neural Focal Dentistry: Illness Caused by Interference Fields in the Trigeminal (Amazon affiliate link — commissions earned. German original: Störfeld und Herd im Trigeminusbereich: Ihre Bedeutung für die ärztliche und zahnärztliche Praxis, August 2013).