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Titanium vrs Cancer: efectos negativos provoca en la salud?

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por Lynn » Jue Ago 30, 2007 5:31 pm

Holaaa Se que lo mejor es no tener ninguna amalgama metalica en la boca: "titanium" es amalgama metálica? Yo no tengo mas opcion que implante, necesito tener las 2 ultimas muelas del lado derecho y un 'colmillo' adelante izquierdo. Mi doctor dice solo es posible con implante y que me pondrá la mejor marca "ZIMMER" americana, YO no quiero protesis removibles de lo ultimo que hay adhesivos porque me molestaria la lengua :roll: y la encia me dijo mi doctor dado que no soporté el diente que me puso con 'puente y corona' quedó grueso del lado de adentro me molestaba la lengua asi que me lo quitó y sugirió poner implante con tonillo de Titanium. 1. Habran estudios comprobados que 'Titanium' produce 'cancer' ? si he leido que usan el titanium para contrarestrar combatir cancer en la quimioterapia. 2. Hay otra opcion que no sea metal para un implante? 3 No quiero protesis removibles qué opciones hay? 4 El 'Titanium con cual otro metal produce efecto galvanismo? 5.Que es el efecto galvanismo y qué efectos produce en la salud? 6 Mis papas fallecieron por cancer espero no tener genes cancerigenos por lo que me estoy cuidando lo mejor posible en mi salud Agradecere me informe si el 'tornillo de Titanium' es dañino para la salud dado que necesito 3 implantes por lo que serán 3 tornillos y si provoca 'cancer' dentro de 10 años estando en el cuerpo si es asi se podria remover dentro de 10 años para evitar su corrosión y luego ponerme implantes nuevos de titanium? Que soluciones hay para evitar metales en la boca que no sean los 'removibles adhesivos' Bendiciones por su pronta respuesta, Saludos :)
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Titanium vrs Cancer: efectos negativos provoca en la salud?

por rougedragon » Jue Ago 30, 2007 9:25 pm

El titanio, es, según los estudiosos, inocuo para la salud, de hecho, las actuales prótesis para articulaciones como son las de femur, estan hechas de éste material, no es amalgama, es un metal completamente rígido.
Se ha estudiado mucho con respecto a la amalgama de plata en la American Dental Asociation y finalmente no se encontró factor alguno por lo cual no se deban poner en boca. Mucho se atribuyó al mercurio utilizado para amalgamar la aleación encontrando tambien que al ser mezclado con los diferentes metales que lleva esta amalgama (zinc, estaño, cobre y plata) el peligro del mercurio desaparece al cristalizar la misma, entonces, se puede poner como restauración final y definitiva sin causar daño alguno al organismo.
El galvanismo, es una corriente eléctrica que se produce al poner en contacto diferentes metales y como vector la saliva, no tiene ninguna repercusión importante salvo que la persona sienta "toques" leves ó un sabor ferroso-ácido en la boca.
Con respecto a tu preocupación, de que si es cancerígeno, no, no lo es, de ser asi, ningún médico pondría este metal en ningún lado. Es lógico pensar que alguna persona rechace no solo éste sino otro tipo de prótesis ó implante, pero eso ya depende de la propia respuesta inmunológica de cada persona :D
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por Lynn » Vie Ago 31, 2007 3:38 am

Muchas gracias

Saludos


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por dariodommar » Vie Ago 31, 2007 8:22 am

"YO no quiero protesis removibles de lo ultimo que hay adhesivos porque me molestaria la lengua y la encia me dijo mi doctor dado que no soporté el diente que me puso con 'puente y corona' quedó grueso del lado de adentro me molestaba la lengua asi que me lo quitó y sugirió poner implante con tonillo de Titanium."

Yo tengo unos 27años trabajando odontologia y unos 20años especializdo en protesis fija, durante todo ese tiempo no he encontrado un paciente que no se acostumbrara a una protesis fija "convencional".

La coronas y los puentes sujetos a dientes tallados en porcelana o metal-porcelana, son mas lisas que los dientes naturales.

Si el problema fue que quedaron mas gruesas quetus dientes naturales, simplemente repitiendolas, para corregir el tamaño, debio ser suficiente.

La corona que se coloca sobre un implante es del mismo material que las coronas que se colocan sobre un muñon.

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por Lynn » Vie Ago 31, 2007 6:33 pm

Gracias, el doctor me dijo que debido a que yo le pedi no desgastar mis dientes: me habia puesto éste diente me dijo: no limó los dos dientes de cada lado por lo mismo que yo le pedí:; que no queria que se me desgastara los dos dientes de ambos lados donde haria el puente , seguramente por eso quedó super grueso de la parte de atras porque me molestaba del lado de la lengua y ademas éste diente que me puso era un poco mas pequeño y quedaba al aire del lado de enfrente es decir habia un hueco entre la parte de abajo del diente y la encia y en éste hueco se me metia la comida. Así que al dia siguiente fui donde él, le comente que me molestaba demasiado del lado de la lengua, estaba muy grueso tenia mucho cemento: le pedi que me lo puliera me dijo no se podia hacer delgado dado que no limó los dos dientes para el puente asi que propuso hacer el implante. De todas formas tendré 2 implantes más porque no tengo las 2 muelas del lado derecho, Se que es caro y ni modo. Poco a poco con mi trabajo pagare. Tal parece es lo mejor que se puede hacer. Mi duda mayor es por lo de tener metal en la boca, ya dos doctores: dr RUIZ y dr Lozano : han aclarado que no hay peligro de cancer dado no hay nada comprobado, estuve muy preocupada porque leí en una pagina de biologos [b]http://www.dsalud.com/numero55_3.htm[/b] dice que aconseja retirar cualquier metal y lo mejor es no tener nada metalico en la boca....ninguna amalgama metálica... y esas protesis adhesivas suenan para viejitos
Mi doctor es excelente y la marca me dijo es buenisima asi que espero me quedará muy bien Gracias por escribirme

Saludos



dariodommar escribió:"YO no quiero protesis removibles de lo ultimo que hay adhesivos porque me molestaria la lengua y la encia me dijo mi doctor dado que no soporté el diente que me puso con 'puente y corona' quedó grueso del lado de adentro me molestaba la lengua asi que me lo quitó y sugirió poner implante con tonillo de Titanium."

Yo tengo unos 27años trabajando odontologia y unos 20años especializdo en protesis fija, durante todo ese tiempo no he encontrado un paciente que no se acostumbrara a una protesis fija "convencional".

La coronas y los puentes sujetos a dientes tallados en porcelana o metal-porcelana, son mas lisas que los dientes naturales.

Si el problema fue que quedaron mas gruesas quetus dientes naturales, simplemente repitiendolas, para corregir el tamaño, debio ser suficiente.

La corona que se coloca sobre un implante es del mismo material que las coronas que se colocan sobre un muñon.

Saludos.
Lynn
 

por omarelunico » Mié Mar 19, 2014 2:16 pm

Sería bueno que leyeran este estudio.
pongo el enlace de la fuente.


terfinfo.com/Files/Implants%20News%20Release.pdf


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For Immediate Release TOXIC ELEMENTS RESEARCH FOUNDATION DISCOVERS HIDDEN DANGERS WITHIN DENTAL IMPLANTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY No one wants to lose a tooth, but if it comes to that, can patient‟s teeth be restored to acceptable esthetics and function? Yes, either through Bridges or the now popular practice of dental implants. Ceramics, surgical stainless steel and titanium implants are being placed in jaw bone to hold crowns in place. But is this practice safe for the patient? As quoted from a former University of Colorado professor, “anything implanted in bone will create an autoimmune response. The only difference is the time it takes.” The Toxic Element Research Foundation has funded a study wherein implants that appeared by X-ray to be healthy were voluntarily removed, and DNA technology was used to identify bacteria in the tissue and blood adjacent to the implant. More than a dozen different anaerobic bacteria were detected in both bone grafts and metallic implants. Serious diseases potentially associated with exposure to the toxins produced by these anaerobic bacteria were identified. Blood tests also showed statistically significant shifts related to implants and other immune challengers AFTER being removed.
TERF, a non-profit research foundation, is dedicated to stimulating interest in the research community as well as informing the public to become aware of potential problems associated with dental materials and procedures. Informed
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consent of potential problems makes for better informed decisions by the patient – especially where health is at risk.
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DENTAL IMPLANTS – BONE GRAFT AND METALLIC All the new rage, metallic implants are the new bail out for dentistry. When proper care and nutritional practices are not applied, teeth are lost. The infected bone around the problem tooth rejects the sick, dead or dying tooth, and either the tooth falls out, or a dentist will perform a root canal, or remove the tooth to stop the pain. Now, what to do with the space left behind if the tooth is removed? Bridges, permanent or removable, have filled the bill in the past, but since the 1960‟s, the use of metallic implants have grown exponentially as the more popular choice to repair the problem. Is this a good thing or a bad thing – or somewhere in between? Dr. Douglas Swartzendruber, a professor at the University of Colorado and later Dean, was asked: “How safe are dental implants?” He had supervised the development of a blood test that determined whether dental materials were safe or not according to immune reactivity in the blood. The question was specifically regarding metals that showed non-reactivity to the immune system, presuming that as implants they would be acceptable. His answer was surprising.
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“Anything implanted into bone will create an autoimmune response. The only difference is the length of time it takes,” he replied. “Are you talking about autoimmune diseases?” he was asked. “That‟s what an autoimmune response is,” he replied. “But don‟t the serum immunology compatibility tests show them to be safe?” “To use them in the mouth as crowns or bridges is okay – they are outside the body, so to speak, but the moment you implant anything into bone, you create a „non-self‟ reaction in which the immune system says, „you are not registered as bone, therefore are a foreign body, and must be removed.” This suggested that dental implants were to be added to the consortium of dental materials and bacterial toxins that potentially generate ill health. In monitoring chemistry changes of those people having their implants removed (along with other immune offenders), TERF found, from the standpoint of chemistries, there were two common findings. Red cell readings stayed on the low side - or dropped. Examples: For 4-6 months – The Stability Point is 46.0 % & the Break Even point is 42% Hematocrit (HCT) 40.6 39.2 40.4 40.0 39.3 37 45.4 43.6 40.4 41.9 43.2 42.8
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44.7 42.5 43.6 This lack of recovery led to the suspicion that anaerobic bacteria might be living adjacent to the implants. Other offenders, like mercury, nickel and aluminum create changes in chemistry, but so can these particular bacteria. With DNA sampling available, TERF looked at the bone and unusual looking tissue around implants. Many implants were hard to remove. Why? Because the body had formed a shield around them to limit the amount of toxins being thrust upon its blood stream. This hard bone was thought to be representing implant success. A sort of symbiotic blending of artificial with natural bone. Possibly an extension of the concept of placing cadaver bone into bony defects in the jaw. So, utilizing DNA identification, both implanted bone and implanted metals were looked at for the presence or absence of anaerobic bacteria. Anaerobic bacteria, as contrasted with aerobic, like that appearing at the site of a cut exposed to air, was what the Foundation was looking for. Anaerobes live in the absence of oxygen, and are far more vicious. Some are common to most people‟s vocabulary. Botulism and tetanus are two of the best known. They can be lethal.
Below are the results of DNA testing utilizing checkerboard analytical techniques to determine the presence of some basic anaerobes. There are probably more, because these tests were limited to 85 of the most common anaerobes. Just the activity of one microbe, like Streptococcus pneumonia, or Clostridium
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botulinum (botulism), or Corynebacterium diphtheria, can be adequate to reduce a recipient‟s quality of life. We have includes the disease conditions that are commonly associated with the presence of certain bacteria found in metallic implants and bone grafts. Cemella morbillorum – meningitis – acute invasive infections of the inner lining of blood vessels.
Porphyromonas gingivalis – alters integrity of the endothelinal lining of vessels. Enhances athrogenesis.
Prevotella intermedia – contributes to heart disease – penetrates cells therefore hiding from immune system and antibodies.
Staphlococcus anginosus – induces platelet clumping in heart valves causing infective endocavolitis.
Veillonella parvula – pathogen related to infection in sinuses heart bone and central nervous system.
Strep constellatus – reported with myocardial abscess, narrowing of the ventricular system and severe brain swelling.
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Prevotells melaninogenica – can cause infections like abscesses and bacteremia at wound sites (post surgical), genital tract and periodontal disease.
These bacteria are primarily located in the tissue and blood immediately surrounding the implants, or within the bone proper of the implanted “sterile” cadaver bone. Implanted bone was not found to dissolve and turn into normal bone, as suggested, but sometimes was the consistency of a piece of coral, but mostly it was just mushy goo laden with anaerobic bacteria. There was no attachment to surrounding bone. The other relatively consistent result regarded porphyrins. Porphyrins are an important marker of (-) because (-). Normally when dental toxins are removed, the interference is removed, therefore heme and ATP production go up and urinary porphyrins go down in a few days. In the case of implants, when they are removed, porphyrin excretion goes up. Why? It is suggested that the bone surrounding the implant has been a reservoir for incubating toxic bacteria and now a vascular system can enter, along with white blood cells and eliminate the reservoir by flushing out the contents. In support of this concept, porphyrins immediately increase, and then over a period of 1 to 3 months, they drop. This concept is open to discussion; however, the presence of toxic poisons is not. 20 or more anaerobes were found in each sample. A 6 day sampling of porphyrins is as follows: 83.2 -> 105 mcg 72.5 -> 85.4 mcg
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70.7 -> 132.8 mcg 14.2 -> 110.6 mcg The amount of change appears to be somewhat related to the number of implants removed. These range up to 6 implants removed. CONCLUSION This is the first study of its kind to detect if a patient is exposed to potentially deadly anaerobic bacteria as a direct result of the placement of dental implants. DNA testing has shown conclusively that these anaerobic bacterium are present at the site of implant in surrounding tissue. Further, these anaerobic bacteria have been attributed to a myriad of diseases. From these observations the Toxic Element Research Foundation concludes that dental implants are dangerous to patients, and that their use should be halted immediately until adequate long term studies have been performed to show that they are indeed safe. These observations further suggest that the dental profession should work in conjunction with the toxicology and biochemistry professions in re-evaluating the use of metallic implants and dead bone. In the absence of their use being discontinued, TERF believes at the minimum simple blood tests (the Complete Blood Count or CBC) before and a week after implanting artificial or dead bone or metals in a patient can indicate how the body is accepting the implanted material. Contacts: Toxic Elements Research Foundation – American Dental Association -
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por omarelunico » Mié Mar 19, 2014 2:26 pm

Respecto a la amalgama y endodoncia.
La opinion de americanbiodental.

http://www.americanbiodental.com/about/faqs/

Why should I have my Mercury amalgams (Silver Fillings) removed?
Mercury amalgams have been used in dentistry since the 1830’s. In other words, many dentists are still using the same archaic material that was used in President Lincoln’s mouth, today. It has been found and documented that Mercury vaporizes off the surface of amalgam fillings 24/7. Mercury also infuses into the pulp chamber of the tooth and enters the blood stream. The interaction of 5 metals (Mercury, copper, beryllium, zinc, and nickel), keeps amalgam giving off mercury. Chewing food is another way mercury toxins get released. Therefore, the sooner these amalgams are removed the better ones over all health will be. Patients have noticed a reduction in headaches, allergies, stomach and knee problems, fatigue and skin problems.

Is it true that having a ROOT CANAL is not recommended?
Root canals are often times recommended when a tooth has been fractured, or when decay has entered the nerve chamber and created pain. Most of the time, the body calcifies the tooth membranes, and allows it to remain. The body does not like dead structures in it, and a healthy body will try to reject it. Pain requiring antibiotics and pain pills are frequently used until the immune system stops working in that area. Root canals produce toxins that can increase or create many autoimmune diseases. Therefore, we highly recommend not having a root canal done.
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