Using magnetic therapy in toothache
Low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy can be used during the toothache acute phase to support analgesic treatment and after the analgesic treatment to accelerate resolution of the oedema and inflammation and the entire healing process. Magnetic therapy should not be applied to the bleeding sites following tooth extraction.
I suffered from a horrible knee pain, I have arthrosis. The pain began to diminished, gradually disappeared after an intensive "Biomag" treatment. The device works well for rhinitis, cold and toothache.Paní Pavlíková, Havířov
I tried magnetotherapy for joints and teeth inflammation with great results. My husband used it for spurs on his ankle, the pain receded. The magnetotherapy has wide application, I feel fresher and have a greater zest for life.Blanka Petrášová, Diváky
I'm happy with the product of your company. I use it for joint pain, toothache, spinal pain and sometimes during menses treatment.Zlatuše Zajíčková, Frýdek-Místek
Application of magnetic therapy in toothache
Initially, we reduce toothache using low frequencies at 2-10 Hz and during the recovery period, we stimulate healing with higher frequencies at 65-79 Hz. A small elliptical applicator (especially in acute toothache) or a solenoid are recommended for the treatment.
You can treat these problems as well
- Cervical spine pain
- Cerebral palsy
- Ménière’s syndrome and disease
- Tonsillitis, hoarseness, URTI
- Degenerative diseases of the brain and spinal cord
Magnetic therapy and toothache – queries
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