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Intractable neuralgia in the temporalis (temporal muscle)[3] region plus recurrent cephalalgia (headaches)

The patient, a 30 year old bus driver, once had such a strong pain attack during working hours that he actually drove his bus into the ditch (thankfully noone got seriously hurt).

While clinical inspection of his teeth apparently showed nothing worthy of note (Dr Adler doesn't even mention it), x-ray examination revealed a retained root (radix relicta) plus marginal osteitis surrounding one of the patient's premolars.

Extraction of the offending tooth root plus curettage[4] ended the patient's neuralgic pain the very same day.

A case of neuritis caused by a surplus tooth

A 30 year old man had been suffering with neuralgic pain attacks affecting the right side of his face. The pain extended all the way to the back of his head (occiput) and recurred at frequent intervals.

Clinical examination showed him to have no caries but x-rays revealed a surplus wisdom tooth the surgical removal of which put paid to the pain attacks.

Important note

Many more cases of intractable pain of various types and origins which were resolved after removal of oral interference fields / focal infections can be found under The cure for trigeminal neuralgia?, Impacted wisdom teeth: potential health impacts as well as in many of the cases reported under "More on potential health effects of dental and oral interference fields and focal infections" listed further below.


1 Details under Dental interference fields and focal infections: important background information and Impacted wisdom teeth: potential health impacts: removing interference fields / focal infections can (near-)instantly heal physical ailments.

2 Case summarised and translated from dentist Ernesto Adler's book "Neural Focal Dentistry: Illness Caused by Interference Fields in the Trigeminal" (German original: Störfeld und Herd im Trigeminusbereich: Ihre Bedeutung für die ärztliche und zahnärztliche Praxis, August 2013). If you wish to buy this book, please do so via this site's Amazon links.

3 The temporalis is controlled by the trigeminal nerve. For the location of this muscle, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temporal_muscle .

4 Curettage = [here:] removing the infected bony tissue by scraping with a curette.

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