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Dental Neural Therapy

Chronic illness and pain are often preceded by a dysfunction of the Autonomic Nervous System, or the ANS. In short, neural therapy is a treatment that repairs dysfunction in the ANS. 

The ANS is part of our central nervous system. It controls the automatic functions within our bodies. This includes breathing, digestion, metabolism, regulating body temperature, hormone production, circulation, immune function, and much more. 

 When there’s trauma in a certain area of the body, the ANS increases circulation to that area. If the circulation doesn’t eventually return to normal, interference fields develop.

Interestingly, the ANS can sometimes react to interference fields in remote places of the body. For example, a scar from a C-section could be contributing to a patient’s chronic migraines.

Interference fields can be caused by a variety of factors, including:

  • Chronic illness

  • Physical and Emotional Trauma

  • Surgery

  • Infections

  • Childbirth

  • Vaccines

  • Tattoos

  • Cuts and Burns

  • Dental Work


Neural therapy is used to correct interference fields and restore optimal function to the ANS. The treatment restores the body’s natural ability to heal itself and allows complementary therapies to work more effectively.

During a neural therapy treatment, an injection of local anesthetic (usually procaine ) is inserted into these abnormal cells, which normalizes their electrical charge. This improves cellular function and helps stabilize the system by allowing toxins to leave the cells and essential nutrients to enter. This reduces pain in that area and restores the cells’ ability to heal.

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