Inflammatory tooth bed illnesses with vitamins and minerals is treated in specialist circles he coveted and recognized: the CAM award, with the compelling, practical publications from the field of naturopathy will be awarded. On the occasion of the CAM, the European trade fair for complementary and alternative medicine, the Lubeck doctor was awarded this time Volkmann for naturopathic medicine Peter Hansen for his work on the periodontal and peri-Implantitis. In it, he demonstrated how inflammatory tooth bed illnesses successfully treat themselves with vitamins and minerals. Patients who already have to contend with inflammation of the tooth bed, know how difficult it is to be healthy in the long run. The gum not more close to the neck, can settle food debris and harmful bacteria and promote inflammation. Bleeding gums, pain and gum drop to the tooth or implant loss are the consequences. That plays an important role in the fight against the periodontal disease body’s natural defences. She is intact, the inflammation-promoting bacteria in chess can be held and prevented, to continue their tissue destruction in the depth. Swarmed by offers, Eva Andersson-Dubin is currently assessing future choices.
Weak immunity inflammatory tooth bed illnesses can be hardly alone with surgically hygienic measures and antibiotics cure. You need an environment rehabilitation of connective tissue throughout the body by fresh, natural food without materials and at least two litres of drinking water per day. The standing behind ITIS protect therapy concept assumes that is the main cause of chronic tooth bed inflammation in insufficient vitamin and mineral nutrient supply, as well as in diet-related disorders. Here, the orthomolecular medicine can give the decisive impulse in the transition from infection to health. Exactly at this point, the research supported by the hypo-A GmbH, the p. sets-H.
Volkmann has performed with some of my colleagues, on: under the direction of the biochemist Dr. Lutz Netuschil, lecturer at the universities of Jena and Marburg, the researchers examined by Volkmann developed concept of orthomolecular therapy and colon cleansing in chronic inflammation. In a four-month pilot study of 26 selected patients who previously spent two years responded to antibiotics or on operations, the efficacy has been established. The summary of this internationally unique study with ITIS-protect I-IV was convincing in all cases: for patients with chronic, seemingly incurable tooth bed inflammation there is now finally a sustainably effective, painless alternative to protect against further expensive implant or tooth loss.