Biological tooth Removal

When a tooth is removed, the socket, or dental alveolus remains. The socket fills with blood, and a blood clot will form. Over the following months, the blood clot will ideally be converted by the body in to new bone to fill the void previously occupied by the tooth.  However, the body requires certain building blocks, in the form of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, in order to build healthy new bone in the socket.

Over the last several decades, we are seeing that vitamin, mineral and nutrient deficiencies are becoming more and more prevalent in our society, and these deficiencies can affect the body’s ability to heal optimally from a simple procedure like a tooth removal. In these cases, the new bone can be unhealthy and of poor quality.

Here is what you can expect if you are having a tooth removal surgery at the Canadian BioHealth Center:

  1. Nutritional Consultation and Optimization of Vitamins, Minerals, and Micronutrients – Through nutritional counselling and supplementation, we help you prepare your body several weeks before the surgery by giving it all of the building blocks it needs in order to build new healthy bone. We call this our Bone Healing Protocol.

  2. Day of Surgery – Employing various practices to help you be as relaxed and calm as possible going in to the procedure. Through activation of the parasympathetic nervous system, we help to bring your body in to the ideal state for optimal healing, and a smooth procedure.

  3. Careful Removal of the Tooth – We take the time and the care to remove the tooth as gently as possible. Our goal is to preserve as much of your existing bone structure as we can. We use instruments such as Piezo Ultrasonics to loosen the tooth without damaging the surrounding bone.

  4. Thorough Disinfection of the Socket – Once your tooth has been removed, we carefully clean and disinfect the socket physically and chemically. This way, we ensure that any infected or unhealthy tissue has been removed, leaving only healthy bone remaining.  We. also kill and clean out unwanted microorganisms that can inhabit an infected socket.

  5. Use of Blood Concentrates – We make use of PRF blood concentrates to help accelerate wound healing. With this procedure, we are able to make wound dressings that are 100% from your own body. This practice helps to prevent any unwanted food particles or pathogens from getting inside the socket, and it accelerates the healing process.

  6. Use of various post-operative strategies to limit pain, swelling, and bruising – Helping you on your way to a speedy recovery.