Dental Decoding (Psychoneurodontology) is a discipline developed by the French dentist Christian Beyer after noting that teeth can not only cause silent organic problems as posed by Neurofocal Dentistry but emotional conflicts not resolved and coded in our subconscious. In fact he says that a dental pantomography - a panoramic radiography - is enough to know what unsolved conflicts we suffer and even drag from our ancestors and influence our lives. In short, the denture would reflect traumatic information recorded in our subconscious that manifests itself later in the form of diseases. We talked about it with him.
Biodescodification starts from the basis that traumatic impacts can be somatized, giving rise to different pathologies and that in order to face them successfully, it is necessary to know, relive and confront those traumas recorded or coded in the brain. There is then to know their existence first to then "dissolve". Conflicts that tend to be "recorded" - encoded - in the subconscious although at a conscious level we do not remember them. That is, from this point of view the physical manifestations of a disease - its somatization -, perceptible in the form of symptoms, are merely clues or data that allow the patient to find the psycho-emotional keys of their physiological dysfunctions.
Obviously such postulates are not acceptable or acceptable for those whose illnesses are due to external pathogens, poor nutrition or genetic errors but the truth is that there is a person who has developed from that premise a discipline based on it much more specific: Dental decoding We refer to Christian Beyer, a French dentist who maintains that part of this coded information is found in the denture that, in his opinion, would be like a kind of vital book - or hard disk - in which the unconscious reactions of the patient are inscribed. central nervous system or, in other words, where existential conflicts of special intensity and difficult resolution are recorded. And it is not speaking metaphorically: the teeth and teeth are of a crystalline nature and, therefore, electrical conductors; and hence any distortion of the nerve impulses may end up affecting the enamel. It is what allows situations of great stress to cause degeneration. In short, from this point of view the denture would be like a precise map that reflects our emotional traumas and, therefore, possible cause of the appearance of a dental problem. A problem because, if this is so, if the traumatic conflict persists to face mechanically the damage - a decay for example - it will serve little and the affected piece may end up destroyed. Now, for Dental Decoding the teeth represent the present but the shape and state of the roots keeps - and reveals - the memory of all the traumatic conflicts suffered by ourselves ... and by our ancestors since according to it is asserted there is "information "That are genetically transmitted. A transgenerational and emotional reality detectable through the mouth that constitutes one of the main differences with Neurofocal Dentistry since this is a discipline that only studies the physical relationship between the denture, the nervous system and the organs of the body.
It should be added that according to the School of Dental Decoding the chain that leads to the disease would be as follows: emotional impact unconscious reaction of the central nervous system impact on the reflex brain traceable on concrete teeth depending on the conflict somatization in specific organs. Vision to which a second reading could be added: generational memory reflected in the configuration of our teeth emotional impacts mediated by our unconscious brain teeth organs. Indicating everything that when we speak of "transgenerational" we are talking about the transmission of information at the genetic level.
The Denture, mirror of existence And who is Christian Beyer? Well, it is a French dentist - he graduated in Dental Surgery in 1988 in Strasbourg - which in 2002 he stopped practicing conventionally to develop the new discipline that he would baptize as Dental Decoding. Beyer affirms in any case that all the theoretical-practical expositions of the Dental Decoding are proper. Adding that the beginning of his journey towards what is now the Dental Decoding was casual: "Everything began in the wake of an unexpected manifestation in a caries. During my third year of my career one of the patients I attended had strange caries: they were symmetrical! If his first right upper molar was affected on its occlusal surface the first upper left molar was affected in the same place and on the same face. There was only one size difference for the start date. And nothing allows us to explain that the "microbes" jump from one tooth to another without first passing through the neighbor, so the contagion seemed selective. The fact is that looking for some explanation I went into the field of so-called alternative medicines, practices "heretical" for orthodoxy. It was then in his search for answers as Christian Beyer would acquire knowledge of Psychology, Neurology, Neuropsychology, Homeopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Anthropology finally approaching Bio-coding. Then, by joining the new knowledge acquired with those who already had dentistry, when he saw in a completely new way the role of dental pieces endowing them with a meaning and relevance until that moment unsuspected. And we talked to him about it.
- Tell us, how would you explain in a simple way what is Dental Decoding?
It is a discipline that helps to understand that the health of the mouth depends to a great extent on psycho-emotional factors. In fact, 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 and each fracture corresponds to a specific type of conflict. Every damaged piece reveals a concrete and special emotion that causes the appearance of one caries and not another. I know that there will be people who smile at this affirmation but it will be because they do not know the structure of our central nervous system. And what is intended with the Dental Decoding is, once the problem in the denture is located, to know what conflict has made it possible to look for it in the subconscious and eliminate the buried, codified emotional charge. And it is that when one is immersed in daily survival is not easy to be attentive to what happens inside. We all live more or less intense emotions, some pleasant and others not. The problem is that some are so unpleasant and intense, so conflicting, that they can affect our life support systems. And caries, for example, like other dental problems, implies a change in the shape of the piece but, above all, reflects that there has been a modification of the cortical and organic function resulting from an intense emotional experience.
- Does it imply that each damaged dental piece reflects a specific negative emotional situation?
Yes. A caries, fracture or bone loss are a reflection of present situations; On the other hand, the shape and state of the roots can tell us a history of the past. They are two levels that interrelate: the root represents the transgenerational memory and the dental piece the present conditioned by our unconscious. Good, because the destructive aspect of a caries - and that is one of the hardest organs of our body - depends largely on the energy generated by the brain at an unconscious level. Does each damaged dental piece reflect a specific negative emotional situation? Yes. After 20 years of study I know what is behind each caries. In fact, I found 197 caries cataloged according to their size, shape and location. And they correspond to 197 conflict situations. To which must be added the fact that each tooth can have other transgenerational memory recognizable by the shape and condition of its root. All our reactions to the vicissitudes of life are reflected in the teeth!
- Does that mean that the work of dentists is ineffective because it is incomplete?
No. The dentist can perform the repair work on a material level: it is still necessary. But the knowledge of the links between the teeth, the rest of the organic writing and the psycho-emotional problems allows you to acquire greater awareness of what this dental damage implies. The dentist who accesses this knowledge ceases to be a mere surgeon who uses anesthetics and technological devices. He becomes a professional who treats his patients in a much more integral and effective way. For which it must understand and assume the fact that psycho-emotional problems are reflected in the denture. Among other things because if they are not resolved, the tension transferred at the cellular level decreases and this makes the recovery of biological tissues difficult. On the contrary, if they are resolved, the prescribed remedies, whatever they may be, will help restore the lost balance. With our approach, many oral pathologies that were previously considered chronic and difficult to control present a positive response. Sometimes it suffices for the patient to relive the traumatic psycho-emotional problem that blocks him and is behind the dental physical damage. The result is the reduction of the symptoms until their total disappearance; what we call healing.
- You will understand that many colleagues and patients are skeptical ...
I do not pretend to believe in what I say; it is about checking it, experiencing it, living the experience and checking that it works. In fact, I admit that I can not explain in detail how it works ... but I know it works. And I'm a dentist, not someone without training. Finally, I hope to have the opportunity to explain directly my proposals to Spanish dentists next May in a seminar I will give in Madrid.
-And when you explain all this to your colleagues, what do you say?
Those who come to listen, see and experience are amazed at the results. Others limit themselves to affirming that what I say are bullshit; they are the ones who have never heard, nor come, nor experienced, nor read my works. They qualify alone.
-Well, it is difficult to accept that the oral structure can even be modified because of a psycho-emotional conflict. Let me give you an example: if someone runs out of work and the situation overwhelms and embarrasses him a lot, can that cause a structural change in his mouth?
Yes, because the teeth move. In the adolescents of 18 to 20 years the incisors move, something that in the university they teach that it is due to the wisdom teeth; but I've seen many kids without wisdom teeth whose teeth moved. Look, by age 20, young people have to go out into the world, they have to make do with themselves and, depending on their image of themselves and the image they have made of the world, they look for their "fit". They can not change the world, just change themselves. And often they choose to change the image they have of themselves hoping that it will change the way others have of them. Well, that change usually involves the movement and fit of the teeth. And not only in the case of teenagers. I once attended a 60-year-old woman whose front two incisors had gone ahead of her, and within three weeks of decoding the teeth had regained the normal position! And I give another example: to many teenagers the dog gets stuck, does not descend. Good, then when we do the decoding and we explain the "message" the tooth descends in a few weeks. Do not ask me why but I assure you that I have been doing it for 14 years and it works.
- How have you come to the conclusion that the shape and condition of dental roots depends on "transgenerational memory"? Do we inherit at the genetic level the dental problems of our parents and ancestors?
We pose the question from a vital and psycho-emotional point of view. We all pose at some point, trying to know, who and how we are. And the first thing we do is resort to biographical data; I am the son of my mother and my father. Only that is not enough because, do we know who and how are our parents really? We must go further. Carl Gustav Jung already spoke of the existence of a psychological intra-family interconnection. And his approach could be translated in the case that occupies us in the conviction that if my father suffered a psycho-emotional conflict that silenced ... somehow I will live it too although he has never spoken to me. Why? Because that suffering affected his teeth and I may have received that information at the genetic level. And when analyzing my mouth I can know what conflict my father lived because each dental problem is related to a type of conflict; and knowing the type of conflict to know that I can be affected by a similar one. I give you a simple example: there are people who do not like alcohol at all, they reject it viscerally and do not know very well why. Well, the answer is usually in the family history, in some problem with the alcohol of an ancestor. And as that is reflected in the teeth and is transmitted when it is not resolved we can know it by seeing the roots of that descendant today. In short, the denture is in some way like a biological book of family history. History that is not eliminated by removing the tooth; if you take it away, the possibility of reading the story that the tooth saves disappears.
- And how it analyzes the possible conflicts that a denture reveals?
First of all doing an orthopantomography, that is, a panoramic radiograph that allows to observe the condition of the jaws, jaws and teeth. It is what allows me to analyze what conflicts the ancestors of that person suffered and those that he suffered or suffered.
-Does the decoding help to avoid that a conflict that is being lived is somatized and reflected in a physical disorder?
Evidently. Moreover, if we provide meaning and help to verbalize an unconscious psychological problem reflected in the teeth we help a person. When we bring to consciousness a problem that is archived and forgotten in the subconscious, we begin to understand what happens to us and to de-dramatize it. But we must retain that information revealed permanently because if it has not been revealed it will have been useless.
-Feedback then: why some people do not get wisdom teeth?
They become blocked when the person feels, for some reason, shame of himself; only that it is part of a transgeneraconal program. In the university they teach us, for example, that the prognatho child-with protruding jaws-is because his father and grandfather were ... But of course, I say that at some point the problem arose in the family for the first time. From my point of view, the child is because the order is inside her programmed not to embarrass her father. And what I have found indicates that the first problem was caused in an ancestor by a professional conflict. For example, when someone descends from a family where a vineyard is transmitted from father to son, everyone becomes a wine grower and suddenly one refuses, expresses his desire to be a painter and can not fulfill his wish because there is no one else the family that can take care of the vineyard. The result? That your son will be prognathous.
-A rather strange explanation ---
Not long ago I treated an 8-year-old boy who was prognatho. I talked to his mother, I told him what his mouth was saying is "I do not have to embarrass my father" and the woman burst into tears. Then he told me that the father, from a very young age, constantly told his son "do not embarrass me". I explained this to the child and the father, they understood it, they verbalized their feelings and two months later the child's mouth was normal. It was an almost instantaneous correction.
- And to know the cause of the bad state of some teeth helps to also know the origin of organic pathologies?
Yes. Because they are often somatizations of psycho-emotional problems. In the teeth there are codified all kinds of conflicts: territorial, labor, family, love ... From the age of 12 every human being is under the hood of his psyche; his body is not in contact with the reality of the world but with the mental interpretation that makes him. And if one represses certain emotional ones, conversion syndromes can occur. Biology uses the emotional charge that the mind does not express with words using the body to divert that energy. Psychologists know very well the extent of repression of emotions, something doctors reject ignorance.
- But the Dental Decoding allows or not to face degenerative pathologies or, even, the cancer?
To be honest; I ignore it; I'll take care of my mouth because I'm a dentist. Yes, to give you a striking example, that a canker sore can disappear in four hours with a dental decoding. Now, can a concrete organic problem be solved in this way? I do not know. What I can tell a patient is only what teeth are related to each organ. And if once verbalized the problem gives the "chance" that your health is restored as better than better.
-If what you say is true, a bad position of the teeth could not be solved only with the use of braces.
If the problem is in the roots and the cause is a psycho-emotional problem of transgenerational type transmitted by removing the brackets, the teeth can return over time to their initial position. The unconscious is stronger and will reject the changes.
- So is this or not according to whether orthodontia is done before the age of 18?
I am. When there are very badly located teeth and the mandibular movement is forced it can affect the back, neck and spine and cause serious physical problems. Only that I add to the orthodontics the explanation to the parents of what means that tooth or teeth badly placed, what part of the memory of their ancestors is reflecting. And if I get that verbalized will be erased from that structure. The tooth is like a stone on which the memory writes and to erase it you have to transform its content into words.
-By curiosity, have you had dental problems?
I suffered a periodontal disease with loss of bone mass. According to the dental orthodoxy I was going to lose my teeth but I worked with the decoding in myself and stopped that loss. Today my mouth is perfect. In any case, what I have really modified is my way of seeing life and the human being and the importance that transgeneraconal memory has in us. I have been able to know how much my ancestors suffered and understand why they behaved as they did and what suffering they were unconsciously carrying. I no longer look at my parents with the judgment of the child but with the heart of the adult who says "now I feel your suffering and I understand why you behaved like that".-We are assured that there are people in the seminars that you teach that suffer intense emotional reactions when you explain what is hidden behind your oral problems ...Because integration is usually immediate; who lives it feels like a click and suddenly understands everything. Enter catharsis by accessing the information of your subconscious. Reach levels of privacy that had not accessed until then. One is liberated and can tremble, cry or laugh uncontrollably. Many people who consider themselves to be very rational, including fellow dentists, have experienced that seizure of openness to their inner truth.
-One last question; What does it take for someone to decode?
The practice of Dental Decoding requires working in depth four aspects; the intellect, the sensations - the physical process that includes touch - the emotional feelings - and the intuition. When someone manages to conjugate and balance the four in a patient, the decoding is completed. But of course, not everyone who decides to work with this discipline manages to reach the same level. It takes a lot of practice.
Source: Revista Discovery Salud