Cavitation Surgery high failure rate without ozone injections?
first post here at curezone. Anyway, I just received news today from the holistic dentist (Nunnally, Freeman, & Owens - Marble Falls, TX) that I might have two cavitations that will require surgery. I originally reached out because I wanted to get my 23 yr old root canal
molar tooth removed, so the fact that I got two more issues on hand is a bit shocking. I've been going through the various posts here and it seems like it's pretty common for the cavitation surgery
to fail (WTF!). I'm a wuss when it comes to dental surgery, so if I gonna have to get cavitation surgeries, I want to ensure success. I've read that ozone injections to the surgical sites really help post-op, but none of my locals provide this ozone injection service. at this point, is it even worth having the surgeries even though the failure rate is high without ozone injections? and does anyone have any experience with Dr. Nunnally, Freeman, or Owens?
Here's my x-ray guys: https://imgur.com/a/RBttqRF
two possible cavitations in the horizontal impacted wisdom teeth removed 10 years ago (bottom right and left), 1 root canal
tooth, and a foreign object in the bottom left that needs to be removed as well. I don't even know if my body can take of all this impact in one day and can drive 4 hrs home the following day.