From my research the method typically used to cure a bone infection typically is antibiotic IV for several months. I'm
assuming that still would not address deep jaw bone infections, I'm hearing positive things about laser
I finally found a cavitation expert/dentist. He opened every extraction site and scraped them clean and then sterlized the area with some goldenseal and some other homepathic liquid this soaked deep into the tissues. He scraped some more at the bone and tested
Interestingly, all the tests, digital x-rays, the MRI ultrasound and thermagraphy all missed this major infection ,
Locating a good dental cavitation expert is key. Find someone to go in and take a look. I found locating a dentist with a cavitron Or Cavitat machine next to impossible unless I want to catch a flight to another state. I live in a good size progressive city, and there is no one around here.
wish there was someone close by.