Chicago’s Wrigleyville Dental Tests for Oral Galvanism




Having mixed metals in the mouth can be harmful for our bodies in many ways. Oral galvanism is brought on by the electrical currents that occur when a patient has several metal-treated teeth. Dr. Bernice Teplitsky says that even if we can’t feel it, oral galvanism can still affect our health. Wrigleyville Dental offers a test that can check for currents that may be occurring in the mouth, and this month, new patients can get tested at no charge ($67 value).

The nervous system runs on electrochemical energy, and having extra currents can disrupt energy flow and the healthy function of organs. Oral galvanism can cause or contribute to ailments such as epilepsy, hearing loss, eye problems, insomnia, psychological problems, vertigo, loss of concentration, tinnitus, pathological changes in blood, kidney or other organs, inflammation and reflex neurological pain.

Location: 3256 N. Ashland, Chicago. For more information or to make an appointment, call 773-975-6666, email [email protected] or visit WrigleyvilleDental.com.

 

 

Edit ModuleShow Tags

More from Natural Awakenings

CyberScan Available at Kintsugi Wellness

Jill Briska, DC, owner of Kintsugi Wellness, in Lombard, offers U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved CyberScan technology to address many chronic health conditions.

New CCHW Office Opens in Schaumburg, Adds New Classes

The Calandra Center for Health & Wellness (CCHW), is moving its northwest suburban office from Arlington Heights to 830 East Higgins Road, Suite 112, in Schaumburg.

Learn About Natural Health in Tinley Park

Empowering the future of our natural health, the Trinity Health Freedom Expo will take place on October 26 and 27 at the Tinley Park Convention Center.

Structural Integration Explained

Whole Body Kinetics, in Chicago, will present The Explanation of What’s Rolfing Structural Integration, an educational discussion on the benefits of Rolfing Structural Integration and Pilates, at 1 p.m., September 28.

Turn Positive Thoughts into Works of Art

The Edgar Cayce Holistic Center of Des Plaines will host a hands-on workshop to teach participants how to communicate positive messages through art, to be presented by Terri Gregory from 2 to 4 p.m., September 28.

Add your comment:
Edit ModuleShow Tags

See More »This Month

The Resiliency Institute Fall Farm Yoga

The nonprofit Resiliency Institute is introducing a family-friendly outdoor yoga session from 9 to 10 a.m., September 22, in Naperville.

Letter from Publisher

As I write you this month, my office window is open to the sounds of late summer in my neighborhood.

Goldenrods:

Plant experts Sandra Mason and Greg Spyreas agree that goldenrods, those prolific plants that bloom bright yellow in September and October, are unjustly maligned.

Recipes From a Farm Kitchen

Early summer is thrilling, with increasing day length, rainy and sunny days, and the foundational farming activities like daily trellising that will support our later summer crops.

Sunset Meditation to Elevate Our Perspective

Vacation of the Mind is a community of meditation instructors on a mission to touch 1 million lives or more through the power of making positive, impactful lifestyle changes.

Adaptive Yoga

The examined health benefits of yoga are vast, from stress reduction and reduced fatigue to improved posture, balance, strength and joint health.