Dental revision is a multi-step
process including assessement, treatment
planning, treatments and follow-up. Basically it
involves a complete evaluation of your oral
status, medical history and present and past
symptomatology using a range of diagnostic tools
as well as a detailed clinical examination.
purpose of this evaluation is to determine oral
factors who may have a detrimental impact on your
oral and general health. Factors such as heavy
metal toxicity, microbial toxicity, galvanism,
infections, ischaemia and their oral causes are
diagnosed if present. The sources of these
factors such as amalgam fillings, gum disease,
metallic alloys, bone infections ect... are
explained and discussed. Usually this process
takes approximately 2 hours.
the evaluation is completed, a tailored treatment
plan is designed, presented and discussed with
you for your approval. Documentation is provided
as part of the informed consent process.
a decision is made on the final treatment plans,
most patients will need to take basic nutrients
to prepare their body for treatment. This is
because most people with long term exposure to
various oral toxicants need additional nutrients
to assist their body in dealing with the
toxicants already impregnated into the body. In
most case it is necessary to start the
nutriceutical program 7 to 10 days prior to the
first dental treatment and continue until dental
revision is completed. In patients with a history
of chronic ill health this preparation will
usually take longer ( a few months rather than a
few weeks ). The nutriceutical program is
tailored to suit the needs of each individual.
This preparation is very important, especially in patients
with a history of chronic ill health. PLEASE CLICK THIS
LINK to read more.... We reserve the
right not to treat anyone unwilling to follow a
proper preparatory programme.
Treatments are done sequentially
according to exacting protocols developed over
many years by renowned clinicians and scientists
all over the world. The sequence is determined
according to individual characteristics and the
length of each treatment appointment usually
varies between 1 to 3 hours and the total
sequence of treatments can vary from a few days
to a few months. Specialized equipment is used
and Dr. Jacques Imbeau has extensive experience
in dental revision both in New Zealand and
overseas, collaborating with other experts in
A post-dental revision
detoxication program is necessary. We also
provide advice on this matter and work in
collaboration with qualified health practitioners
with expertise in such programs.
Most patients who need a dental
revision already have ongoing chronic health
problems and we do our best to help them regain
their health in spite of the damage suffered by
their body. However, it is regrettable that it is
usually when someone has lost his or her health
that they see the need for remedial action since
it would be much easier to address the problem
before the body becomes dysfunctional.
our staff for more information.
not have amalgams removed without proper
protection, nutriceutical support and material
biocompatibility assessment. Unprotected removal
will likely increase the body burden of mercury.
See Biocompatibility for more
information on dental materials.