Yoshiro Fujii : Use of Dental Inlay for Treatment of Hip Joint Dysregulation:
A Case Report.
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine, 2015, 4 (11): 356-365.
The purpose of this study was to demonstrate the improvement of hip joint dysregulation, including pain (coxalgia), tension, and restriction of joint mobility, using a dental gold alloy inlay. The subject was a 63-year-old man who was suffering from the abovementioned symptoms for several months. On placement of the gold alloy inlay on his chest, the joint flexibility was observed to increase, and the severity of the abovementioned symptoms decreased. When the inlay was placed in his tooth, the flexibility of the joint further increased, and all other symptoms disappeared. No side effects were observed, and the prognosis was good. We believe that these effects may be explained using the electromagnetic waves emitted by the inlay and by the restoration of biting conditions. Future multidisciplinary research focusing on possible underlying mechanisms regarding the relation between electromagnetic waves and dentistry is necessary.
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