E 105 Tongue Tie Surgery, Mercury Free, No Root Canals Dr. Allen Sprinkle, DDS

E 105 Allen Sprinkle dds a doctors perspective tongue tie release
Dr. Allen Sprinkle, DDS talks to Dr. Justin Trosclair DC on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast.

Tongue tie surgery, frenuloplasty,what is it, how can it cause headaches, forward head posture and poor sleep. Wetalk airway obstruction -how a dentist can help, why use mercury free fillings, root canal danger and DTR. Dr Allen Sprinkle DDS

What is TruDenta and why does he prefer the DTR (disclusion time reduction therapy) instead for bite disturbances?  Two techniques to help determine how you are biting, where is the pressure, how is the pressure transferred between each teeth  and then you can make dental recommendations based on the results.

DTR has true implications for TMD TMJ problems but yet only 2% of the dentist have this technology, why is that?

Can improper crown fittings create bite disturbances?

Posterior teeth have peripheral nerves and if they have too much friction when chewing it can create a hyperactive impulse that goes straight to the trigeminal nucleus instead of going to the spine first so you get even more tension and grinding.

Dr. Spinkle discusses in detail about the important of a baby sucking their thumb in helping shape the arch of the palate. Then he goes into how malformations of the palate arch can turn into breathing and airway obstructions.  V shaped palates, narrow nasal passages, mouth breathing, Eustachian tube blockages, ear infections, headaches and possible even personality changes.

If you have a tongue tie (frenulum) where you can’t lift your tongue very high or stick your tongue out past your front teeth, it can lead to even more issues. Our body adapts to not having clear air passage by giving shots of adrenaline and the body recognizes it needs more air so one of the side effects is forward head posture.

Dr. Spinkle specializes in releasing the tongue tie (frenotomy) via surgery. After a tongue tie release he sees patients have improved posture and patients report headaches and tension in their neck and pressure in their head almost immediately improve as well as one patient whose stuttering ceased.  He tells a few patient success stories with the tongue tie release procedure.

Tells several powerful stories that might even seem to good to be true about the results of a tongue tie release.

Reasons why chain smoking and nail biting might be an indication of a chronic partially obstructed airway.

Mouth breathing can lead to cavities, gum disease, clinching and grinding. This also leads to poor breathing habits.

Tongue tie surgery can be called: functional ankyloglossia, lingual frenuloplasty, frenotomy

Before you do the surgery, it is a good idea to do myofunctional therapist for tongue exercises from an expert, think special trained physical therapist.

Does he have to redo any surgeries, does scar tissue play a factor in long term results?  Headaches and muscle tension relief are two common results from the frenuloplasty (tongue tie surgery).

  • Listen about 32 minutes in and you can find out what to Look for in an exam to if a patient might have a tongue tie. Step by step exam as well as questions to ask.

Why did he decide to become a Mercury Free dentist? Mercury is the second most neuro toxic chemical to a human so why is it allowed in our teeth and does it leak out and cause damage to our body?

Here is story of working in a cesspool of old mercury, the effect it had on his personal life, and why he even left dentistry for nearly a decade.

Does mercury fillings fight with iodine in our thyroid?

What is the problem with root canals? Can it really trap bacteria and virus, turn them anaerobic and reek havoc on our gums and cause ill effects to our general health?

Root canal teeth are supposed to be clean on the inside, but he explains via a Dr Haley that a lab found the two most toxic chemicals were found in extracted teeth that had root canals.

If you can’t get a root canal, do you just extract the tooth, give a dental bridge or ceramic tooth implant?

He left dentistry for 8 years, pursed and made good money doing real estate, but he tells how that ultimately failed and how he got back into dentistry and what changed his mind about conventional dental practices… near the end of the episode.

His Clinic Site: www.Hareliefalternatives.com  and can be reached at 8179803957

Dr. Sprinkle is a Baylor Grad and is DTR trained. He offers specialized care for head and neck pain, TMJ and other chronic facial pain conditions. He also has training and certification in sleep medicine and obstructive sleep apnea.

Other Doctors Mentioned:

Bill Haynes orthodontist in Los Angeles deals with airway obstructions.

Dr. Soroush Zaghi, MD (ENT specialist, Otolaryngology) of the Breathe Institute https://www.thebreatheinstitute.com/

Dr. Boyd Haley root canal

BOOK: Tom Rinaldi  Red Bandana

Show notes can be found at www.adoctorsperspective.net/105 here you can also find links to things mentioned and the full transcript.

Full Transcript of the Interview (probably has some grammatical errors). Just Click to expand

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Episode 105 tongue tie surgery mercury free No. I'm your host Dr. Justin Charles Claire and today with Dr. Alex

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sprinkles

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perspective, to 2017 and 2018 podcast Awards Nominated as we get a behind the curtain look at all types of doctors and guests specialties. Let's hear a doctor's perspective.

Hey everybody, Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays, Happy Hanukkah, whatever you celebrate. I hope you're doing it fantastic with friends, family and loved ones. Did Santa pass, by the way, going to head back to America in five days going to hang out with my parents? My dad's got a retirement party. It's gonna be fun. Everybody wants to see the new baby, the new Asian Cajun, so we'll be happy to show her off and all her cuteness. Alright, today's show with an amazing dentist 74 years you he doesn't plan to retire, we're going to go through a whole bunch of his backstory, we're going to find out why he became a Mercury free dentist. What's the deal with root canals? How can they be toxic to the body, if at all. And the big part that we cover is about tongue tie surgery, you know the formula. We even go through a checklist if your car breaks physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologist, whatever you can learn during your exam, if they're having headaches, if they're not sleeping good of their mouth breather, you find out Okay, do this, this and this. So maybe you had this issue, maybe you should go see a dentist from the breathe institute that can do this surgery and potentially take care of this issue that you're having a little caveat for this episode. He was using the microphone, but the sound quality still wasn't that great. So just kind of bear with it. He said a lot of good information. He's a fantastic storyteller. And fact, when we started recording, I don't have my normal intro. We just were having our pre chat. And I was kind of talking about what we're going to talk about. And he started answering it. And I was like, You know what, Dustin, let them talk. He's already on a roll. He's already given great information, no point stopping them and all this stuff. So it was kind of fun to just kind of rolled with it. That's frankly, you did a great job. So tune in, I think you're gonna love it. We also are going to have a guest later, mile functional therapy, he mentions it and there's a whole class of specialists that do this. So that'll be either next week or a couple weeks after that. All right, let's learn about some friend yellow, pasty. All the show notes can be found at a doctor's perspective, net slash 105 Let's go hashtag behind the curtain

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but yet less than 2% dentist in the states use it or have it it's just crazy. And it's mainly because I think a bunch of the tha gurus out there who've been lecturing for years this huge following that. They don't like it because it kind of blows there you know it's measurable it's reproduce like that thank you costs it shows that what they're doing

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it It sounds like it'd be like a braces type of thing. Like if you've got a really crazy bite or something you can get braces to fix everything or am I always on that?

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mean everything you just said is you know one thing after another so it was almost like as a kid they need to be sucking their thumb a little bit to save their mouth. And then the same time I was hearing if the tongue you know the best not shaped correctly and then like the tongue underneath is not as long as it should be then you have this cascade of issues that you could see through high school through college maybe they're adults and they're having problems and I saw on your website you know they're looking all crooked and then that's before and then after their chemistry you know they're definitely straight and everything and like what are we selling here? Is this the dentist the chiropractor, a physical therapist like what does that but and everything you just explained them like Yeah, yeah that stuff makes sense. I could I've heard that before but in like you know chiropractic land and so that's the blows my mind because we definitely need to be considering that possibly looking into these things because you know we can adjust all day but sometimes like wow what's the root cause if that's the way I don't I don't have to sell you on a 10 to 20 visit plan to get your curve back and all this kind of stuff when you can go down the street and potentially take care of that and then come see me that's like fine tune the structural stuff in your neck and the muscles and everything so that it goes away faster well

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is tough path or front teeth. But how can we do it now so what you need to go get some mild functional therapy with a personal trainer for your tongue they help you recognize those muscles that are position that are somewhat atrophy that yes for nine able to be used for on strengthening the muscles. So that the surgery maximum benefit of the extra. So he came back and I said you know you look so tight, we'll probably have to do this twice. I'm gonna take part as now now. So I did this the first one that he was real this is the first time I preach about notes and you take

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Wow. Okay, so a couple quick follow ups down this how how about the long term results you know once they healed life comes back to normal hopefully they're doing like you said some of that tongue muscle training before and after

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about three years I've had to redo a couple of cases not the primary containers so data at that developed some scar tissue just gone a spokesperson and maybe a little bit more

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so are you considered like an oddball dentist or like even playing in this realm

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for over 30 years with mercury

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mercury free as well

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stout types of patients a lot of cancer patients Lyme patients and that bill nationals to their diseases and some and good for years and have been ridiculed and then brought before the state board unfortunately state board because of the stuff that you use for me a bad

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from the end of my career, a better spouse or family but kind of more recognized, okay. For all these years, don't socialize with

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those are my mind are so great to meet some of the past. Yes, so long answer to your question. Yeah.

Justin Trosclair 29:52
Well, I almost had a dentist that, you know, kind of in your realm, and she was really nervous about, I guess, getting the radar too much or something. So the interview actually never happened. I just, you know, stop pursuing it. But it's great to see that, you know, there are other dentists kind of doing this, because you're what 7374 So, we had a season here, yo.

Yeah. Okay, so as a doctor, you know, chiropractor physical therapy, you know, we're looking at a patient they got these symptoms, what is one or two steps that we can do to evaluate maybe the tongue to say, Oh, you should go see a dentist that does this because maybe this will help you like what are something that we can be you know, look for in an exam?

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Well, you know, the first thing, okay, is not what we're looking at the looking glass, jaw issues, headaches, migraines, like back facial tissues, the things that I look for besides that are you know, questions about joking that I choke very often is hard for them to swap pills and capsules. Do they have your dream?

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That is because it their way closes that get this gigantic shop adrenaline. It just makes their mind can go wacky at a wife who never heard her ass prayer. Every morning, she woke up and she had this horrific nightmare. I used to thank God your father beat you like a bar, or something. I can't remember what a weirdo but then rocks. That fact when he was talking to Don about the night terrors case, because of this adrenaline, she's sleeping or airway become so compromised or closed, she'll get a shot of adrenaline. Like these weird traipse, and they don't have to be nightmares, nightmares, but just the real action dreams and wake up a lot or when they wake up in the morning. Like it's three bear cubs a bit in a wrestling life. conflict. Yeah, we're back and forth care of their bed because they're trying to get better. But then you start to look at your openness while they can

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stretch or hurt themselves, but openness.

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And then you measure that distance between edges of their upper teeth to their lower teeth. And he have close, so flat, maybe between the upper 40s. And so they can perform when they close or upper

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level for case by three millimeters. And that's a 43 millimeter opening.

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take their time,

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or upfront piece a little soft tissue

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and feel for that and try to open as wise again, don't make contact

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and get for the ride of that can keep coming back then you measure this stuff.

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wanting one millimeters, we divide 21 43%.

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So they have a town called the fashion of the total right portion measurement. So that that was

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one of the Apache just have them, see if I can suck their tongue against their palate and make what we came

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out forms you can and that will that their measure that and that even less, a lot of times then the tip of the tongue to the size of a billy have stick their tongue out if there's an invention in the tip of the tongue that kind of looks like a heart you know the partners that kind of case and or crack as a look at it. That's a really tight for him. It's a lift their tongue up in that front of his second lot. That's a big issue.

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So those are the things that you're looking for. One of the ways that you can measure take that measurements and divide the smaller distance by the larger distance. So that gives you a ratio. And if it's 80% or more of which is more normal, they're fine. And if they're below 65 below have symptoms. Yeah, he made the A to somebody

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because they may have what's called a posture your time. And what's really interesting is I haven't very good friend who's a pediatrician kind of affirmative. He's written a bunch of seminars and interested in and they didn't do a lot of stuff into practice, because he's got a traditional practice resented multiple partners. Anyway, a bunch of grief when I started doing places newborns because we don't hear scissors scissors more than just clip that said that, you know, you're not total friend of my you're clipping is the mucosal attachment, you're not clipping this stuff up coastal attachment most of the time, and you sure as heck not getting them to the boss, the boss, which is

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this, I've never heard of a poster. So I showed him aside these surgeries, because that's amazing that nobody knows about that. As a society. We've all missed it for how many hundreds of thousands of years, and just now being aware of it. But it's interesting, he said that I ever did his talk about three months ago. So it's better. But yeah, it's it's something that medicine and industry has.

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Or have heard a day, saying it has a huge effect on the overall house. Yeah, but as if you're happy and you're more prone backstroke, you're more prominent of all kinds of problems with mouth breathing, causing you to drive your mouth, more prone to cavities or more prominent gum disease, appropriate clenching and grinding because when you clench driving, what you're trying to do is create some muscle bone in a vacuum verbatim open your airway. And when get in touch with their

Justin Trosclair 36:13
boss, it all comes back to breezy

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suspect to breathe. It really does. It's, it's what I supposed to have that water. And

Justin Trosclair 36:24
that's really interesting, because some of the stuff that you're talking about, I'm like, I don't remember learning about some of this stuff. Or if I did you know it's kind of one of those maybe you learned it but probably never tested on it. And I don't know in the normal dental school is how much as some of these specific things that you're referring to are learned very well. Pretty sure a pediatrician

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years ago, but the industry's changed, but it changed a lot. And unfortunately there

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horrific neuroplasticity, Carson, root canals brothers do every year, they're probably toxic and harmful.

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For the rest of your life.

Justin Trosclair 37:14
Let me do this the connections a little bit. We'll see how it turns out. So I want to recap the What can you look forward to make sure that I got it right, and then it'll have a real clear. And then when I asked you about some root canals, so the big takeaway, of course, they have the headaches, they had the TMJ problem tension they they're not sleeping good. They're gasping for air, maybe they have a night tremors. But for exam wise, if they open their mouth is 41 millimeters. Awesome. And then they put their tongue and the back of their front teeth.

Unknown 37:43
Yeah. But they're touching. They're not just trying to touch the back pain. And that touched that little right behind their upper front. So there are tons.

Unknown 37:53
Okay, so that's

Justin Trosclair 37:56
okay, so you had the gum line and you're opening it, and at that point, measure how far it is. And like you said, if you divide the small number of versus the top number, if it's anything over at you pretty good. If it's anything less between 7260 your life, you should go get a consultation there might be something going on and like if they can't even stick their tongue out or if it has like a weird damp or like a heart shape or something you know, just it looks like it's a stress piece of meat. It's probably it's probably from from something like that before we chat about root canal so I'm always kind of curious about that. Now there any organizations are websites that have people like you because obviously not everybody's going to live in Dallas or Los Angeles, but they might be like, Hey, this is really resonated with me.

Unknown 38:40
Yeah, they go to a doctor.

Unknown 38:43
He is to America.

Unknown 38:49
They call the functional friend you're planning to go to the pre care

Unknown 38:55
is food that mom they can see doctors I use em messenger, those are people that are taking courses in her surgery or their mouth therapists

Unknown 39:07
that are a lot of dentists debris. And what was the site one more time just to calm

Justin Trosclair 39:13
is debris Institute com. Okay. All right. Okay, so I've I've looked up a few times and you know, some chiropractors they're really into this fringe stuff they're like anti vaccines and all this stuff which I'm not that guy like didn't mercury free dentistry off sort of fits into that same I guess cool conspiracy theory of medicine and one of the things was root canals that I never get a root canal it's really bad and all this stuff but like it's probably one of the most common procedures you see in a dentist office. So what's what's going on that was an alternative

Unknown 39:47
theory that is

Unknown 39:49
the second most toxic element on a chemical periodic table it's a neurotoxin Dustin and his ass out of the most toxic have you put the theory is that you have mercury silver copper tendency to allow you the mercury is bound to the that metal and it definitely and that's six and farms. It was 24 hours a day the rest of your life because they'll take a 200 year for all that mercury and please add a villain and you inhale that Merck and is absorbed through your skin passes through your posts your mouth you inhale it you swallow it as stored and for here

Unknown 40:38
your liver your kidneys and your

Unknown 40:42
toxins It is

Justin Trosclair 40:46
so this is assuming because the or the dentist not doing a good job like binding it or covering it or even if you do it The point is that it's still going to leak out

Unknown 40:54
the point is it is still going to leave it still every time you have a cup of coffee every time you have a hot meal every time you choose. clinching grind your teeth that friction mercury has a temperature above freezing for crying out loud so the new body temperature causes of the outcast 24 verse I think Allah Jerome mercury vapor tester they use them the submarines us where there's mercury it switches that environments and I tell you and this to manage mercury vapor in the air and they use it to the test and some reach out he dropped

Unknown 41:35
out of school today evacuated to bring it asked what the average filling has more mercury and then a thermometer for God. So what's interesting when mercury fillings out we have to take that residue

Unknown 41:52
hazardous campaign but it's been a math to figure that out. Tell me how this a

Justin Trosclair 42:00
big deal to get those cavities out or does that mercury out of your mouth let me know got like hazmat suits on everywhere is I mean nobody wants that in the air.

Unknown 42:07
Yeah.

Unknown 42:09
But this in your mouth and you absorb and at 24 but

Unknown 42:15
as

Unknown 42:18
well i'll tell you one other thing. If you go on my website there's a there's a big

Unknown 42:24
sisters are talking to him. And the one on the left has had grandma seizures for about 15 years and the seizures with last

Unknown 42:36
night they affects other people issues would last for weeks to a month or more listener job than yours because seizures. See me

Unknown 42:48
out on one of these weirdos and something dentally that's affecting well. They can easy ology off a lot and she's eaten up with mercury structures that are on a Mercury detox stop seeds ratifiers along with the mercury and you know at pride liquid season and about two or three days or something and so there's another video or

Unknown 43:14
electrical engineer and she had a quick

Unknown 43:19
discussion the mercury from

Unknown 43:24
math and

Justin Trosclair 43:30
they also have like mental 60 entire and they're not remembering quite things like they used to

Unknown 43:37
tell you a story. They want to bore you but as I bought a dental in 1976 town in East Texas and the practice have been started back in the late 40s the original Denis little building a tree retreat center and this is unfortunately here hello family reveal my car recommend this bought it he practices are for a while and he sold it and bought it from him So that to me and I can 76 and I moved to my family and I became over we're not became incredibly depressed became

Unknown 44:19
connected collaborative. Wanda been a huge part in my marriage. And

Unknown 44:26
I haven't have polemics mail four and five and 90 and what they did the surgery they told me that I'd ever be able to practice again she says I hate this stuff anyway I want to get out of this business. So my practice for us to attract the soccer we modeled the building she can tell it because it was be updated in some areas so we put up puddles three an inch in diameter in the treatment rooms for over the years you know we used to smirk or make mountain tell us what sort of bottle and click this little thing and it dropped the mercury and pestle order so mix it up ourselves and pull it out and what's called a squeeze squeeze mercury

Unknown 45:16
the mercury stuff that gets built off and on I haven't been to call the EPA with the mercury vapor

Unknown 45:24
was accepted think of God to someone where you are in Christ yes

Unknown 45:30
industry for a while and kind of regain my sanity but that's that's what perfect can

Unknown 45:36
pull in there.

Unknown 45:39
I'm working in a Mercury cesspools but

Unknown 45:45
what can I tell you

Unknown 45:49
have a root canal

Justin Trosclair 45:52
well how about this? Okay, luckily for me knock on wood. I've never had a cavity I got I'm good. So

Unknown 45:59
you're awesome. Well,

Justin Trosclair 46:01
and I don't know my mom doesn't have good teeth and my grandma didn't need it so I don't know I must have my dad's he went to the dentist like I think the joke is he go once every 10 years or something like that and he still wouldn't have a cavity or like you'd have one cavity or something like that in the Dennis was just like well yeah worse patient ever but I'm just I'm glad your teeth are okay. But anyway it's a very common procedure if you're not going to have it like what are some of the the downfalls why would Why would you be against it and then if you can't have that and you quote or candidate what would you do instead?

Unknown 46:32
Okay well in my career

Unknown 46:36
and I was convinced their potential for damage Dietrich cling heart onto you ever heard of Dr clean heart horses from Germany with a PhD and nervous system and start studying him and 90 but the real problem with analysis the fact if you punch in the hole rabbit Yeah, this cut out of this month and if he poured it into that and it sets up is that going to eat that spans from absorbing water now because of the forests and twos is like a spot that material on enamels called the average smaller has about three miles of what are called a note to the little microscopic tunnels that go from the nerve chamber to the outside of to in the pocket

Unknown 47:30
for the transfer of fluids in and out of that to help nourish set to keep it up the live and when you do a root canal you just got a big hole in the center of them but you don't do squat for all that so the canals and so you get viruses and bacteria all kinds of credit there and a lot of the most of the time there's some aerobic bacteria that gets into the two from the case when you get home get rid of all of those but you know everything

Unknown 48:04
from black of Boston's mutate to interrupt and the toxins from an anaerobic

Unknown 48:10
sure you but what the there's a Dr. Boyd Haley, the University Kentucky's Professor Emeritus in the packing

Unknown 48:21
up the test all of the sanity of labeling technology or therapy labeling

Unknown 48:29
what he was doing with this test permit the toxicity or toxic certain substances against the seven most important enzymes in the human body that these toxic substances

Unknown 48:46
and so he did all kinds of chemicals and different things that he would dilute to almost homeopath diluted and measure them yes he said

Unknown 48:57
Dr. Half just kind of others alternative dentistry or biological dentistry for whatever you want to call it kept sending

Unknown 49:08
these extracted root canal teeth because he wanted to test for practice you know if

Unknown 49:14
they're sterile you know they've had cleaned all that

Unknown 49:19
out our guns wouldn't get more and more extra finally after hated tired of him again sensitive to more eat the test and found

Unknown 49:31
lapses and student system or something like that just run this through the tests and get this guy just

Unknown 49:39
get him off actually that do it again kid comes back and

Unknown 49:45
I said yes to most toxic substances we've ever had an elaborate five this piece get produced style ethers and methyl mercury which are incredibly toxic and carcinogenic

Justin Trosclair 49:58
are like they contain the two so they don't leak out though oh now

Unknown 50:01
that's what it is that

Unknown 50:05
after down a root canal on the two so basically the tissue in your body

Unknown 50:12
that you think is safe and hunky dory was system is strong maybe you can write it but there are people whose immune systems because of our if we live in an electromagnetic fall asleep bombarded with you know internet and Wi Fi now we're going to have five even worse for for what it can do to us as human beings and never lifted this right and you know we're an electrical energetic was a monk or severe affected by all this stuff even though

Unknown 50:45
as it were affected by that element that you had a diet for everything needs got round up a glass sugar water and so our system are under constantly then you add on top of it now

Unknown 51:06
that along with the mercury mercury has structure this almost identical to die at that so what happens when you have a Mercury film you have which is one of the most reactive element

Unknown 51:21
that has or structure that love

Unknown 51:27
mercury and the fluoride for the go they go right to your house today laugh at your thyroid over because you know the boy is the one of the map so many obese people

Unknown 51:41
yeah so you get that wipes out the higher than you've got mercury

Unknown 51:49
anyway and then there's the fun thing that you should be learning you're over there is that every tooth is on a diff acupuncture

Unknown 52:00
your front 40s lower front 40 for example or on an acupuncture meridians to reproductive organs your bladder kidney ovaries prostate

Justin Trosclair 52:12
all that stuff and

Unknown 52:15
pay that 20 years ago had a gap right his wife and to see me with chronic rectal bleeding going to I'm at the top of the

Unknown 52:27
wrong doc

Unknown 52:27
yes yeah and Why fear

Unknown 52:34
about how you can affect your your body and when such such and such medical so the Mayo Clinic

Unknown 52:45
Cleveland Clinic Cleveland Clinic up there that says like the internal medicine mecca of the world they scoped my wife's

Unknown 52:54
they can't find anything every time she has about this is painful bloody mess in the band between they say it's all emotional so how long is that for nine years

Unknown 53:07
we're just looking for some answers can speak to some related so I guess it could have ever heard of a check and say okay for Peace

Unknown 53:18
and blessings has root canal and her up right front tooth the most perfectly done porcelain matches the other two perfectly which is the hardest thing in dentistry but I must test and that test here it

Unknown 53:34
is I'm trying to go in there so I just have her touch her in retail beacon and a half or cut your tailbone and not touch her

Unknown 53:47
definitely a connection can make a diagnosis just on a muscle X ray looks good I don't see anything wrong with that I would suggest you go see somebody else that would even say such a compromise the idea but don't tell them what I found us I'm not let him is that

Unknown 54:09
he uses electro acupuncture recording for

Unknown 54:14
testing for they they test the energy off aka Bonnie points on your fingers toes and stuff but the same thing you know I didn't talk to him and she asked me to take now which is great for me

Unknown 54:30
to have said or URL and anyway we took it out rattle bleeding stopped that night as compact over 200 patients to me Oh my goodness.

Justin Trosclair 54:42
So what do you do if you don't get it if you need a root canal you got an issue. You just yank the tooth and put an implant or a bridge or what happens?

Unknown 54:56
implant instead of NAMM plan, implant just asked

Unknown 55:02
Allah EMF and we're bombarded with every day and that affects your acupuncture energy. I think the ceramic campaign

Unknown 55:11
toxicity been used to Europe for over 30 years bit in real time and but not every district how they're using

Unknown 55:25
ceramic going to have an implant

Unknown 55:28
patients choice and I try to get all the pros and cons of everything implants

Justin Trosclair 55:31
aren't cheap

Unknown 55:32
and start body No they're not. But neither is correct.

Justin Trosclair 55:39
Like a little rectal bleeding that ruined your day tell you well, this has been an eye opening episode.

It definitely is a different vibe. really enjoying this because this is all kind of you know, questions that people have I think I have it's good to see someone like in your path and your stage of your career has been willing to explore new options and things like that. Do you have any advice for the younger crowd whether they're out of school for five years or maybe in school any takeaways for them or things that they should look for while they started their career even if they're in the middle of their career and they want to change or

Unknown 56:14
be patient and yourself I mean I got out of this for eight years after I had my backside dress or I would dig a ditch before our drill again I hated it so that's what it did to me what it did have a family got force real estate business and immediately outside some gas and building apartments two classes I was by helping negotiate put the streets sewers

Unknown 56:44
are all day long I loved it

Unknown 56:47
and I did that for seven years and I made a small children and and you're right I lost the before

Unknown 56:56
have to be on a partnership with the gas on a building that part specter had done a very good job man and it had

Unknown 57:07
this was on the front page of the paper every day is 1988 88

Unknown 57:14
anyway

Unknown 57:16
gone bankrupt then I had to take care of family and kids college to my marriage was on the ropes were getting ready to get divorced and and but I had kids about make them take them as best I could it's totally

Unknown 57:31
awesome it in Dallas and the

Unknown 57:35
invented a piece of equipment those going to save the world from page needed to spend all this time on takeovers practice Just give me

Unknown 57:48
eight years

Unknown 57:52
and you know I came up eventually decided to do it and it really was my crime but the history of change quite a bit by that time they were

Unknown 58:03
saying before but it wasn't that hard to adapt to it but

Unknown 58:07
I had a lady come in office that totally changed my life my practice it's true as a psychotherapist and I had no idea of creating a safe

Unknown 58:17
and

Unknown 58:21
that pain TMJ by that time I've gotten really interested in

Unknown 58:26
it and I've been studying with Kinect travail

Unknown 58:29
to you ladies point that term career point some are fast Yeah. Or Ma Ma factional trigger points and stuff Bibles on average in text with some anyway I was fortunate with her so this lady

Unknown 58:45
therapy over in the past is right down the street there's this shows you what Solomon okay

Unknown 58:53
go there to get on a table and her hands on her my head point but I didn't I want to stoke the system the

Unknown 59:05
papers like sheep and see you know karate Columbia

Unknown 59:10
that would wake up it should have ran

Unknown 59:13
back after about an hour she popped me on feeds told me to wake up but but did you do your hips we may send your hips your trash they're

Unknown 59:22
done to him as a had in the hip hurts can see

Unknown 59:27
how they feel gosh that's amazing I hit some hurt at all

Unknown 59:34
So did you do today so I just ran the Houston technical marathon to read all kinds of course my hand I hit a theater kill it or they were had to learn about us going through a divorce me is it helps us get some I paste the next two weeks after the floor to the pleasure so it's a two weeks down there are cranial cervical their patients and they introduced made a lot of stuff but

Unknown 1:00:03
it changed my life and I've been on this frame

Unknown 1:00:09
it is the most rewarding I can tell you how blessed I feel that I got back into dentistry and so those guys that are out there searching you know you've got to find your niche and when you do go work on what you love you never go to work I have no intention of retiring of what I do is from the door can keep my mind halfway decent run you know mumble room track practice logs people want to see you know totally blessed I got back into it and this stuff because there's no greater you know this there's no graders station that helping someone get out of I mean you just feel like the hands on right through you do

Unknown 1:00:56
witness to the small yeah sometimes are big

Unknown 1:01:00
Wow. There

Justin Trosclair 1:01:03
it was. Well as we get so used to it that it just becomes like common place like yeah, I know they got better. Oh that one patient didn't get better or if they don't reply your spine you're like, Well wait, you're supposed to you're supposed to get better like I just assume you're going to get better like that's my assumption. Yeah, you kind of forget like what you're doing you know how amazing it is. That's good to be reminded we appreciate that before we go Do you happen to have any favorite books or I don't know if you podcast these days or read much but any anything that we should definitely to

Unknown 1:01:35
my wife and I just sold our farm and move agenda for work to downsize grandkids I'm a book a hot car can go pass Barnes and Noble after a couple hundred bucks Yeah, I mean, I read all the time I don't read fiction.

Unknown 1:01:54
For whatever reason I love tomorrow

Unknown 1:02:00
I just think it's ever happened this you watch some videos my wife what do you what? I'm watching this woodworker doing the most amazing things with the sand to

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go to hear

Unknown 1:02:15
No, I just I just finished a wonderful movie. We cry like a baby read a book by Tom Renault a couple of bad data and I can recommend that how you managed in a couple of days so she made this a little bit book you can finish like flowers. Just think about

Justin Trosclair 1:02:40
Amazon search and get that get a synopsis on that one. Well, Dr. Alan sprinkle live from China and Dallas today well

Unknown 1:02:50
Okay, my practices

Unknown 1:02:54
that are Texas dance Jerry world and the Dallas Cowboys football state.

Justin Trosclair 1:02:58
Oh yeah, yeah. Beautiful boys as saints the other day so sad.

Unknown 1:03:02
Yeah. cowboys and

Unknown 1:03:07
unfortunately I grew up in Dallas Cowboys and I was in high school. I first arrived on the scene and I was in Japan initially because I got there the Cowboys Texans moved to Kansas City became the cheese or saying

Unknown 1:03:23
oh gosh to the Trump era north star player that started the same now years ago paddle with

Unknown 1:03:32
the saints and the gentleman that owns the science test away Tom Benson how you should live in San Antonio years ago the bits and family little bit good up the saints so excited for

Unknown 1:03:48
chapter franchise turned around and won the Super Bowl so it's real against

Unknown 1:03:53
the Dallas

Justin Trosclair 1:03:55
Yeah, no kidding. Well, I really appreciate you being on what is your website

Unknown 1:04:01
a website is the worst name the website

Unknown 1:04:05
but it's a relief alternatives and it stands for headache really far. Just a bunch of video has just changed the format is still probably

Unknown 1:04:23
directions that people would like to look at there's a lot of videos on there from patients and it talks about some of the things that we do

Justin Trosclair 1:04:32
yeah ah a relief alternatives. com it'll be in the show notes y'all

Unknown 1:04:37
questions they would like to call and talk to me my cell phone is that 179803957 we did talk to you just reference this podcast with just I'm happy to give you my thoughts and opinion on something if you live in a city somewhere inside or outside dashboard very strong. Right there closer to that they can help you find that I have patients that come out of the world and

Unknown 1:05:07
the practice and not right now. So the last Sunday for people to come to me. I'm happy to help any way I can say well, I want to go out of this world so

Justin Trosclair 1:05:25
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