A Primer on Cavitations (Jawbone Osteonecrosis)

by | Jun 9, 2021 | Cavitations | 3 comments

While more people are becoming aware of the risks of mercury amalgam “silver” fillings and even root canals, far fewer are aware of the problem of cavitations.

Also known as chronic ischemic bone disease or osteonecrosis of the jaw, these sites of “hidden infection” can place a major burden on whole body health and well-being.

Recently, we ran across a video by biological dentist Dr. Philip Memoli, in which he discusses the condition so thoroughly – what it is, how it develops, how it’s treated – it serves as an excellent (and shareworthy!) primer on the subject:

Read some of our patients’ stories of healing after having their cavitations addressed

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