In the consultations I use Psychoneurodontology, methodology developed by Dr. Christian Beyer. Psychoneurodontology uses orthopantomography to know which conflicts we suffer and even drag from our ancestors and that are influencing our lives.
The teeth are crystalline in nature and therefore are electrical conductors. They are the most resistant structures of the organism and enamel and dentin are the tissues with the highest mineral content of the organism, and therefore the hardest.
The use of the teeth as a way to confirm the identity of a subject has been very frequent throughout history due to the high degree of individuality. Our teeth are our identity because they have as much reliability to identify a person as DNA tests. (A group of researchers from the University of Granada (UGR) confirmed this by analyzing dental patterns of more than 3,000 people. "The dental diversity among people is high enough to allow establishing a scientifically based method of human identification, explains Stella Martín de las Heras To arrive at this conclusion, the researcher and her team performed a statistical analysis of 3.166 complete and partial dentures, extracted from databases of National Oral Health Surveys, the results of the analysis reflect values of variability of 0,999 (on a scale of 0 to 1), "which is comparable to those of a scientifically based identification method such as mitochondrial DNA.
The state of our teeth is like a map in which the psycho-emotional conflicts that we have lived - especially the traumatic ones - will be accurately reflected. Each caries, fracture, position of teeth, roots corresponds to a specific type of conflict. Every damaged piece reveals a concrete and special emotion that can cause the appearance of one caries and not another. There are more than 290 coded caries.
With Psychoneurodontology (Dental Decoding) we locate any problem through the denture to know what conflict has made it possible, we look in the unconscious to eliminate the buried emotional charge. A decay for example implies a change in the shape of the piece, especially reflects that there has been a modification of the cortical and organic function product of an intense emotional experience. Many times we live intense and unpleasant emotions that we try to forget. The unconscious records all the information and at the moment we return to live a similar moment in terms of emotions and feelings, then the symptom appears, discomfort or problem.
The chain that leads to the problem would be the following:
- Emotional impact
- Unconscious reaction of the central nervous system
- Impact on the brain
- Probing reflex on concrete teeth depending on the conflict
- Somatization in concrete organs
We could add a second reading:
- Transgenerational Memory. (Transmission of information at the genetic level) reflected in the configuration of our teeth
- Emotional impacts mediated by our unconsious