About Oral-Electro Galvanism
Shortly after an unconsented NHS surgical procedure under general anaesthesia, new symptoms developed caused by an unknown accident, a suggestive knock to the oral cavity and slightly loosened a dental restoration.
This was the start of dental poisoning symptoms, which was sped up by a disease called Oral-Electro galvanism.
Close up devices, such as computer screens and laptops became problematic.
These devices constantly receive electro signals in and out of their appliances, with unknown aerial placements, which particularly led to pains in the head, neck and shoulders, affecting parts of the body that were in closest range contact, when using them for more than 10 minutes, or so.
Domestic appliances such as large screens tv’s became a nuisance, mobile phones, and telephone answering machines, even ironing for long periods or using hedge trimmers, in time, became problematic.
Travelling through busy railway stations was almost impossible, because of the huge power sources used. The London tube system and airports similar. Public transport was difficult, many people packed into a small space, using active electro gadgets.
After 2 years, it was noted that metal detectors used by airport security, became activated when used around the right side of the face during security checks on the body, for no reason, other than the unknown growing electro-magnetic currents emerging from the oral cavity.
Further handheld metal detector checks identified the lower right dental quadrant position on the face, that activated the maximum settings on the machine.
Illustration of Quadrant Dental Charting of the Mouth
Over time, and testing out various small, handheld, sophisticated metal detectors, one detector actually pinpointed the external position of detection of huge electroactivity, within millimetres of the root cause being a crown restoration situated in the Lower Right quadrant of the mouth.
Many statements were made to health clinicians that there was suspicious and an unsafe dental problem to the right bottom side of the mouth, jaw and under the chin. They wrote inpatient statements that the cause was a suspected implant, (endosseous implant or fixture) in the mouth, caused during the unconsented medical procedure.
They later dismissed the statements as nonsense, even stating “it’s all in your head.” Other clinicians alleged that “metal detectors don’t work.” This comment was rather peculiar as the NHS use Adams, handheld medical friendly metal detectors in UK A&E departments, up and down the country, helping to track ingested foreign bodies! Adams was one of the makes of detectors testing with positive results.
Regular voltage test of the oral cavity became the norm providing evidence that it was unusually high, 24/7, too high for a human to operate safely, increasing alarmingly.
There were considerations such as RFID tagged dental implant had accidentally been used in my oral cavity, similar to US dentistry implants. All possible causes were under the spotlight.
Rebuked by NHS clinicians for even suggesting there was elevated voltage in the mouth, let alone (their written terminology) the possibility of a ‘planted’ implant. This provided the evidence that NHS clinicians had absolutely no idea what they were talking about.
NHS clinicians time and time again failed to disclose they were not trained. No one should have been making any attempts to diagnosis.
Health was declining quickly, no longer were visited possible to everyday locations, places with large electroactivities, such as shopping centres, arenas, sports events, bars, restaurants, cafes.
Everyday life became very difficult, very quickly.
Definition of galvanism
Galvanism is the term used to define the production of direct current electricity from a chemical reaction, for example, between dissimilar metals and found in most dictionaries.
Electro-Oral galvanism defined in the Dorlands Medical Dictionary for the last 35 years or more; a dictionary that is available in most UK libraries, the disease discovered more than 180 years ago.
Definition of Oral-Electro Galvanism
‘production of galvanic current in the oral cavity due to the presence of 2, or more dissimilar metals in dental restorations that are bathed in saliva, or a single restoration and two electrolytes, saliva and pulp tissue fluid, thus producing an electrolyte cell and an electric current.
When such restorations touch each other, the current may be high enough to irritate the dental pulp and cause sharp pain. The anodic restoration or areas of restoration are subject to electrolyte corrosion.’
Dorland’s Medical Dictionary has also defined the term dental galvanism as a
‘physicochemical phenomenon in which 2 or more dissimilar metals that have been used to restore or replace missing teeth produce the flow of an electric current.’
Definitions of Oral-Electro galvanism are available in the Free Dictionary – Medical Dictionary by Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary, Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health, Farlex Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing, Medical Eponyms by Farlex.
‘Galvanometer’ defined as an instrument for measuring current by electromagnetic action.
How Oral-Electro Galvanism occurs
Commonly, dental galvanism can occur between a gold crown and an amalgam (aka mercury) filling and dramatically increases when gold, nickel, palladium, aluminium and other metal fillings, inlays, onlays, crowns or bridges are placed near an amalgam filling.
Accidents and Loosened Dental Restorations
If an accident occurs to a patient, a sports accident, for example, by a knock to the face, it can slightly loosen the restoration or other dental works without the patient knowing. It allows the saliva with highly charged electrolytes to wash under, and around, the many metals that make up the composition of the implant.
These pictures featured above are taken of the crown restoration removed, that aided Oral-Electro galvanism in the oral cavity. Large traces of gold content are clearly visible on the underside.
How many dentists tell you exactly how many mixed metals they’ve just popped into you’re mouth during a visit?
Never made aware at the time of the inclusion that Cookson EC 730 implant inclusion in the mouth, that this porcelain fused to metal implant was constructed with gold and palladium.
The manufacturer’s information suggests that the reduced gold content of EC 730 is countered by the addition of palladium to produce an alloy which is tarnish-resistant and hard enough to mill.
When testing for toxins took place of the oral cavity, the Melisa® blood tests provided evidence that palladium far outranked ingested gold in the levels of chronic ingested dental toxicity.
1 to 2 litres of saliva is secreted into the mouth daily rinsing the teeth before being swallowed.
Saliva contains sodium and chlorides as well as potassium and bicarbonate ions which act as electrolytes. When saliva washes over amalgam fillings, (aka mercury), also known as silver fillings due to their colour, an electrolyte action corrodes the amalgam increasing the risk of mercury vapour release.
Saliva acts as an electrolyte when it mixes with amalgam fillings, to create a measurable electric current of 900 millivolts (0.090v). This galvanic current overpowers the bodies.
The oral cavity galvanic current measured 0.5v (500 millivolts) to 1v (1000 millivolts), more than 10 times the recognised human accepted level.
How the galvanism occurred by an NHS accident
Clinicians at the Royal Sussex County Hospital part of the Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust performed a daycare surgical procedure by general anaesthetic, where the GA tract put into the mouth was suggestive of knocking the dental restoration, an unknown and invisible accident at the time, to either the anaesthetist, surgical team and patient.
New symptoms developed very quickly, in a matter of just 3 weeks, complaint visits made to the GP.
The Royal College of Anaesthetists suggest that one in 4,500 patients suffer accidents “overall” to their teeth, during surgical procedures, however, no one knows the full extent of the thousands of patients who have suffered unknown accidents.
Gold has a high positive charge, which greatly augments the rate of corrosion of negatively charged mercury used in amalgam fillings, if you have amalgam fillings, this especially potentiates the release of this toxic metal into the body.
Both the surgeon and anaesthetist failed to collect the patient’s consent for the procedure at the hospital, despite patient requests. Informed consent would have assessed such risks of crowns and other dental works.
The effects of Oral-Electro galvanism
With a dislodged, loosened ceramic crown inlay, saliva managed to wash over the different metals used in the crown’s construction, washing over 4 amalgams that had been placed in the oral cavity sometime before.
It took just 3 weeks when symptoms such as headaches, a strange taste in the mouth, tinnitus, started to appear after the surgical procedure, along with forgetfulness.
Never experienced any problems or reactions previously with side effects from dental works or delayed hypersensitivity reactions. These reactions usually present with dermatological or oral symptoms.
It was about 6 months later when it was noticeable that using computer and laptops became ‘difficult’ and more symptoms, such as poor grammar, loss of singing vocal cords, worsening memory recall, neuralgia, became noticeable.
Toxic dental ingestion was truly underway, now helping to cause pleather of neurological symptoms.
NHS clinicians continually failed to diagnose the growing list of symptoms correctly. The local Oral and Maxillofacial out-patients department considered diagnosis to be ‘bruxism’ looking at just a few of the symptoms reported but ignored the important and majority of symptoms.
Medical records obtained demonstrated that NHS clinicians tried to make some of the symptoms correlate with diseases they had been trained in, at the exclusion of a number of others that the patient symptoms presented, such as the voltage symptoms. By doing this, they severely misdiagnosed for many years, worsening the disease, health, and even administering powerful, inappropriate drugs.
The voltage symptoms were key to diagnosis, but completely ignored by the NHS.
At no time, did any NHS clinician state that they were not trained to diagnose all the symptoms presented, nor did they refer, despite requests made.
Clinicians are taught in medical school about levels of voltage present in humans, yet one clinician claimed that the patient was ‘bonkers’ to even consider that humans have the presence of minor currents.
The exclusion of voltage symptoms as a cause misled other clinicians.
One senior NHS toxicity medical professional stated that eating a prawn sandwich caused 7 years of toxicity! He later admitted he was not trained in chronic dental ingestion toxicity.
This clinician had no training in chronic dental ingestion and was applying cases of acute (mercury) toxicity which he was trained into a case of chronic dental toxicity without realising there’s a huge difference that the patient suffers.
Further detailed symptom information appears on the symptoms page covering the 7 years before diagnosis.
Two senior long-standing Oral and Maxillofacial clinicians during private consultations outside of the NHS admitted they felt they were not trained to diagnose this case. They both confirmed that humans do have minuscule amounts of voltage in the head and neck regions. One clinician provided information for a referral to the dentistry school at Guys Hospital London.
Research shortly afterwards provided the diagnosis as Oral-Electro galvanism.
This confirmed the difficulties of voltage in the oral cavity which then led to research the suspected metal poisoning.
Environmental 16 Metal Blood tests were arranged by private consultation referral, as was a referral to Guy’s dentistry school. Guy’s dental clinicians were utterly professional with excellent facilities at hand.
The dental staff listened to the patient intently, asked very specific, direct questions when describing the effects of Oral-Electro galvanism, but where protocol stopped them diagnosing the symptoms.
This consultation confirmed suspicions of Oral-Electro galvanism. The appointment helped to restore some of the broken trust naturally one had in the NHS organisation.
Guy’s clinicians were aware that private results for toxicity metal blood testing were waited upon. They asked that nothing be done with the teeth.
Environmental 16 Metal Blood Tests and Melisa® Dental Ingestion Tests
Various scans and testing were undertaken including the Environmental 16 Metal Blood Tests and Melisa® Dental Ingestion Tests. Please see the Scan and Tests section.
No NHS clinician had considered the patient to be poisoned.
The Medical Thermal Diagnostic Imaging scans provided a regular, non-evasive charting of blood patterns of the worsening diseases in the head and neck; Environmental 16 Metals Blood tests provided common metals testing which was suggestive of above public range high levels of metal poisoning indicative of dental metals that may be the cause used in dentistry in the oral cavity, and Melisa® dental ingestion blood tests provided specific information related to the chronic dental ingestion from the metals that had been used in the specific dentistry.
Melisa® Tests suggested extreme high levels of chronic dental ingestion, inorganic mercury, palladium and nickel.
Many years of poisoning could have been avoided, had the NHS clinicians listened to the patient, 5 year’s earlier, where they were provided with the exact location and suspicions about the root cause.
Physical problems caused
Oral-Electro Galvanism can cause and contribute to eye problems, insomnia, tinnitus, lack of concentration and memory, vertigo, mouth pain, hearing loss, all of which were suffered.
Simple everyday tasks such as brushing one’s teeth would significantly increase the release of the toxins from mercury-filled dental works, as would drinking hot drinks, which elevates the air temperature in the mouth, intensifying mercury release, and of course, help releases further palladium and gold toxins from the crown located on the bottom LR.
- The galvanic currents in a mixed mouth of metals, far out-power normal physiological current.
- Treatment is by removing metals from the mouth.
- NHS Dentists currently are not permitted to recommend patients to have the metal removed from the oral cavity being an elective patient procedure.
High powered devices in today’s modern world are virtually impossible to eliminate.
Both at work or home, the world depends on ever-increasing reliance of electro currents, electro-magnetic and Wi-Fi.
As field strengths increase The World Health Organisation and other global organisations are frequently reviewing the effects of electro fields and public health.
Managing Oral-Electro galvanism means reducing the electro currents, electro-magnetic currents and Wi-Fi directly in front of you, located by you, and around you, to a minimum level, before, during, and after the removal of the toxic mixed metals, from the oral cavity.
Dental ingestion levels of a number of mixed metals were found to be extremely high through specialised blood testing, taking time to reduce. The disease had to be carefully researched and an appropriate chelation detoxification programme was undertaken.
‘Toxic elements, unfortunately, build up over time in soft tissues and bone, and even when the external source is removed the bioaccumulated toxic elements represent an ongoing endogenous source of exposure, and measures to enhance excretion may be helpful.
Overall, during chelation therapy mobilization must equal excretion, so adequate hydration and bowel regularity are essential. A variety of products may assist in interrupting enterohepatic recirculation of toxicants.’
‘Pharmaceutical chelating agents may also be considered, to assist with mobilization and excretion.’
Symptoms were reversed that had been similar to Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and MS.
Sadly, recovery doesn’t happen overnight. It takes considerable determination to stick to the large necessary changes in lifestyle.
Further pages explain more about the physical symptoms suffered and the successful chelation being undertaken.
This could have been a different medical outcome if NHS clinicians are trained to recognise the Oral-Electro galvanism symptoms presented and provide support to UK patients who have experienced unknown facial dental accidents.
Keeping a detailed diary has been essential to monitor health improvements.
Progress of recovery of Oral-Electro galvanism by the voltage testing of the oral cavity.
Testing and recording voltage in the mouth was monitored for several years, before – during- after the removal of mixed metal in the mouth.
Physical signs of improvement are the improved use of computers and electro devices close to the body and being able to travel on public transport without difficulties, visiting large screen projection houses, airports and so forth.
Further pages explain more about the physical symptoms suffered, the reduced voltage levels recorded and the successful chelation being undertaken.
Take Careful Note
Oral-Electro galvanism is not to be mixed up with Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Syndrome, EHS. Oral-Electro galvanism is a disease where the voltage source can be measured inside the oral cavity and addressed. EHS is a condition where patients suffer symptoms that they believe electro currents cause when close to them. This is a common mistake that untrained clinicians diagnosing make.
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