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Cavitations: Surgery vs. Ozone injections...

Salut, all. I developed severe chemical sensitivity about a year after all 4 of my wisdom teeth were removed. I already had Chronic-Fatigue-Syndrome & Lyme since age 8, so that could be contributing. I have scarring in my cerebellum, & this is getting a lot worse; all my muscles are affected, esp. breathing, seeing, walking, swallowing; no improvement, only worsening. It's horrible & it never got this bad before wisdom teeth removal. So I contacted a bio-dentist today, & the receptionist told me surgery is a last resort. The first thing she suggested was that I consider ozone instead. Apparently the dentist injects ozone into the cavitation site(s).
Considering the strong link between my increased brain damage & cavitations, do you think I should push to get surgery, or just try the ozone? Please let me know if you've had any success or bad experiences w/ ozone injections, or if you think surgery would be a better option for me.
**This dentist uses a drill for cavitation surgery ; is this ok, or should I request that he not drill?)
**Can the bone still heal and regenerate if ozone is used instead of surgery?

1 other thing: Please message me personally if you can recommend any other oral surgeons who'd be better. This guy in CT was recommended to me by Dr. Shankland (from Ohio; $2500 per cav. site; I can't afford that).


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