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Pockets inside jaw bones can harbor toxic bacteria   by #56153   16 year

cavitation surgery is a procedure of cleaning pockets inside jaw bones left after extraction of wisdom / molar or premolar teeth.
Pockets inside jaw bone may be the source of streptococcal focal infection.
Surgery is recommended for patients with life threatening cancer.

For less serious diseases it is recommended to first try to sterilize jaw bone with Dr. Robert Bob Beck's magnet pulser or/and with Silver Pulser.

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