QUANTEC© tooth module
The tooth module for the ExpertScan takes account of the fact that in the tooth model according to Dr. Kramer, all meridians in all four quadrants of the bite run through certain teeth. The tooth module can be selected after import in the ExpertScan screen.
The pairs of meridians are drawn in schematically for the individual teeth. Passing the mouse over a tooth opens a pop-up menu (see graphic for tooth 11) showing the organs and joints allocated to this tooth.
If the above screen is set to the tab [Findings], the diseases of the teeth can be entered tooth by tooth. In this example, the disease paradontitis (left) is set for tooth, while in the right screen, all findings are set which can be summarised under this general categorisation. For this example, acute toothache is then allocated to tooth 35.
Clicking on the next tab [Overview] then displays an overview of all dental diseases.
Switching to the tab [Stresses] initiates a generator run, which helps to identify those organs which are most adversely affecting the teeth, or which are being most adversely affected by the diseased teeth.
The result in our example is then a list of minor complaints (in case of severe diseases such as dead teeth the display shows Severe stresses) in connection with the teeth in question:
The sequence of the diseases in this screen is arranged in descending order, with the most severe stresses at the top.
In addition to the diode with the white noise, an important role is also played here by how many teeth of a meridian are diseased, and whether these diseases are minor, medium or severe. QUANTEC® therefore determines an organ status, which is then fine-tuned by the generator run.
If our example patient has stomach symptoms, we then double-click on the line with the entry Stomach allocated tooth 35. This then opens the screen which you already know from the Psychosomatics module:
Here the symptoms of the patient are selected, and the screen then closed.
Let us assume in this case that the patient also has kidney-stones, and select this disease by double-clicking the line Kidney allocated tooth 11.
If we then click on the tab [Summary], a screen opens in which all identified diseases are displayed:
Here all selected diseases are displayed.
All that is needed now is to click on [Start] (not visible in this graphic) and the evaluation is now running, as already known from the Psychosomatics module.
In this way, teeth findings can be easily weighted and evaluated with regard to their relevance to organ diseases. If you would like to read up on this further in the article by Peter von Buengner published by CoMed, then please click here.
If you would like to add this module to your existing QUANTEC® system, you can place your order here.