Getting a Big Picture View of Oral-Systemic Health
Thermography is a radiation-free technique that reveals disturbances in the body on a cellular level. Using a specific type of thermography known as thermometry, we take a series of temperature readings at specific points on your body under different conditions.
The temperature patterns reveal areas of dysregulation in the body – signs of potential disease or dysfunction.
And it gives us another way of viewing the dynamic relationship between conditions in your teeth, mouth, and jaws, and the rest of your body.
Sharing this information with your healthcare providers, you can make wise health choices now to help keep early signals from becoming big problems later.
What Is Thermography Good For?
Most conventional health screenings can only identify problems that are fairly advanced. Thermography gives us a way to spot problems early, while they’re much easier to address.
It can also confirm sources of pain that your doctor can’t otherwise see, as well as document changes in health as you undergo various therapies, showing you what’s working (and what’s not).
Thermography should be done prior to any detoxification.
Thermography has been used in European hospitals for more than 30 years. It was cleared by the FDA in 1997 and has been used by progressive health professionals ever since.
The procedure is quick, easy, painless, and radiation-free.
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