A 25 year old man was under medication and electric shock treatment for paranoid schizophrenia.

Dental and x-ray examination by Dr Adler revealed a retained root (radix relicta) in an upper right molar as well as extended apical osteitis surrounding the upper right canine (eyetooth) caused by a silicate cement (phosphoric acid) filling which had been applied without a cavity base.

The dentist applied a few drops of Impletol[3] over the cuspid as neural therapy[4] and opened it to allow the tooth/jaw to drain.

From that day onward, the patient was able to sleep without needing pills.

Encouraged by this positive reaction (confirming a link between the patient's condition and the tooth), the dentist introduced chlorine gas into the eyetooth's apical area via the nerve canal (using a syringe and repeating the procedure a total of three times).[5]

After cessation of all local reactions, the tooth and the now "empty space" above it were filled with resorbable calcium hydroxide. X-rays taken several weeks later showed new bone formation in the apical area where the root filling had been absorbed.

To complete the patient's cure, just five more neural therapy injections (0.5ml each above the apical area) were required. There were no more electric shock treatments.

Dr Adler concluded by pointing to the serious dangers presented by the wrong treatment of such disorders and adding that young patients could be treated bloodlessly/conservatively to rid them of interference fields and focal infections.

The above case was observed for twenty years, with no relapse.


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 Impletol is a mix of the local anesthetic procaine and coffein for injection (no longer marketed).

4  Neural therapy uses injections of a local anesthetic into "suspect" locations of the body to treat pain and illness.

5 Dr. Adler used chlorine gas (a strong oxidizing agent) according to the book Chlorgas-Therapie chronischer, geschlossener und fistelnder Infektionsherde [Chlorine Gas Treatment of Chronic, Closed and Fistulating Foci of Infection] (1968) by Ernst Bruno Weigele.

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