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Each tooth has its own biting conflict. No distinction is made between upper and lower teeth. The dentine has a self-value conflict, “not being able to bite.” While the enamel has the conflict content: “not allowed to bite.”

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CHEW MUSCULATURE

Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding is the epileptic crisis after a resolved biting conflict concerning the striated masticatory muscles. The track is dreamt during this process.

    JAWBONE

    Strange Taste

    A sweetish, strange taste in the mouth indicates callus (bone mass). After a biting conflict “cannot bite”, concerning the jawbone, the osteolysis of the conflict-active phase is replenished with the help of the bacteria. If the periosteum of the jaw is open (fistula), this callus can flow out into the oral cavity.

      Tooth Fistula

      The tooth fistula (callus, pus) is the healing phase after the conflict “can not bite” the jaw bone concerning. Every tooth has its own biting conflict. The handiness is decisive.

        Gum Abscess

        The gum abscess is the consequence of a biting conflict “not being able to bite” concerning the jawbone. In the active phase, the jaw osteolysis (hole in the bone, bone becomes thinner), causing the gums to retract (periodontosis). If this biting conflict is resolved, the hole in the jaw is filled up again with swelling and callus formation.

          Toothache

          Toothaches occur in the healing phase after a biting conflict “cannot bite, the opponent is too powerful” concerning the jawbone or the dentin. The tooth enamel belongs to the so-called pharyngeal-mucosal scheme and hurts in the active phase of the conflict “not being able to bite, although you could” (caries).

            DENTIN

            Thick Cheek

            The “thick cheek” develops after the solution of a biting conflict, concerning the jawbone + syndrome (water retention).

              Hole In The Tooth

              In the case of teeth, a distinction must be made between dentin and enamel. The hole in the dentin is the conflict-active phase of the self-devaluation-conflict “not being able to bite”. The hole in the enamel, on the other hand, is the conflict-active phase of “not being permitted to bite”.

                Toothache

                Toothaches occur in the healing phase after a biting conflict “cannot bite, the opponent is too powerful” concerning the jawbone or the dentin. The tooth enamel belongs to the so-called pharyngeal-mucosal scheme and hurts in the active phase of the conflict “not being able to bite, although you could” (caries).

                  TOOTH ENAMEL

                  Caries

                  Caries is the conflict-active phase of the conflict ” not being allowed to snap, bite, crush “, concerning the enamel.

                    Hole In The Tooth

                    In the case of teeth, a distinction must be made between dentin and enamel. The hole in the dentin is the conflict-active phase of the self-devaluation-conflict “not being able to bite”. The hole in the enamel, on the other hand, is the conflict-active phase of “not being permitted to bite”.

                      Hole In The Tooth

                      In the case of teeth, a distinction must be made between dentin and enamel. The hole in the dentin is the conflict-active phase of the self-devaluation-conflict “not being able to bite”. The hole in the enamel, on the other hand, is the conflict-active phase of “not being permitted to bite”.

                        Tooth Splintered

                        The enamel may splinter in the active phase of the conflict “must not bite”. Each tooth has its own biting conflict. The handiness is decisive.

                          Toothache

                          Toothaches occur in the healing phase after a biting conflict “cannot bite, the opponent is too powerful” concerning the jawbone or the dentin. The tooth enamel belongs to the so-called pharyngeal-mucosal scheme and hurts in the active phase of the conflict “not being able to bite, although you could” (caries).