A 56-year-old woman came to the practitioner for treatment of complications following oral surgery on her upper jaw a couple of months earlier. After the operation, she felt fine. Later she developed pain in the jaw. Her gums and palate had swollen, and it became too uncomfortable for her to get her dental bridgecemented.
In May 2015 the patient was given:
#1. NM3 Bone Irregularity + NM39 Teeth Decay + NM89 Mouth & Gums + SM26 Immunity + SM27 Infection…TDS
After ten days’ treatment, there was 30% improvement. This was sufficient for the dentist to fix her bridge. At the end of two months, the swelling of the gum and palate was reduced by 80%. However, the jaw was not completely recovered, so two new cards were added:
#2. NM96 Scar tissue + SR576 Tumours + #1…TDS
By September, all the symptoms had disappeared and the patient said she had no further dental problems.