I wasted so much time. money going from one dentist to another then to one oral surgeon to another . The majority of these guys function from some old school information. It was useless. I soon realized they with all differing opionions and no valid answers.
The most effective way to deal with this is get two or three different tests, EAV, cavitat and cone beam x-ray , The new machine that is coming out is called the TAU, out of Germany .
Now I would of just zeroed in on a good cavitation expert. I know there are a couple of cavitation experts here, but a few in Germany
that the Sophia Institute recommends. Of course there are several in the US
Germany seems to have many cavitation experts there see me since they are very well versed in this procedure. Except I was too sick to fly
There was a great cavitation dentist in Washington, I was suffering so bad to have to wait soooooo long to see him I could of died!
I did have some work with him but ended up in Seattle for the rest of the work