The first visit is already different. There is a whole physical-emotional-mental health interview that can be very helpful when it comes to taking any action in the mouth. It also relates what is happening in the teeth to what is happening in the rest of the body. It also allows greater knowledge of the person, what their demands, needs and concerns are.

The materials used are carefully selected, since they try to avoid the placement of metals or irritating materials in the mouth. It is usual to test what types of materials are the most suitable for each person individually, with the idea of avoiding any kind of intolerance or rejection. If you already have materials in your mouth, you can test whether these materials are interfering with health in any way.

There is a lot of emphasis on prevention and dentistry that is called minimally invasive, trying to intervene as little as possible.



• NUTRITERAPIA: dietary measures can be decisive to change the state of the mouth. There are components in the diet that can prevent and even stop or remineralize cavities and decalcifications.
Orthomolecular supplements are also used. They reduce the need for chemical drugs and the associated side effects.

• PHYTOTHERAPY: because many plants have very interesting properties to cure many oral, acute or chronic diseases.

• AROMATHERAPY: taking advantage of the extraordinary properties of essential oils, especially their disinfecting power, being an optimal alternative to antibiotics.

• HOMEOPATHY: that allows the treatment of acute or chronic pathologies, postoperative and preoperative such as fear and anxiety associated with dental treatments or the preparation of the patient before surgery.

• NEURAL THERAPY: applying procaine in the area of the teeth, to eliminate permanent neurofocal irritations.

• OSTEOPATHY: allowing the optimization of ATM ? treatments and reducing the duration of orthodontic treatments.
Natural medicines are used within the different disciplines of dentistry:

• Pediatric dentistry: dietary measures, masticatory habits, life habits. Biocompatible care, much prevention and minimal intervention.


The basic principles that govern neurofocal dentistry are the following:

• Oral surgery in the management of pain and postoperative healing through holistic health measures.

• Optimal biocompatibility.

• “Primum non nocere” (First precept of Hippocrates). Treat the patient respecting the living biological systems and their immune system and at the same time apply the most advanced, modern and esthetic dental techniques according to the latest scientific studies.

• Global and holistic vision, individualizing each case.

• Each person is unique, and this makes it impossible to standardize. Conventional dentistry tends to standardize treatments.


To sum up:

It is the discipline that relates dental problems with diseases or symptoms in other parts of the body.

And it is part of a global vision of the body and does not consider the teeth and the structures of the mouth as separate parts from the rest of the body. Therefore, anything that happens in the oral cavity can have an impact on the rest, and vice versa.

It is included, then, in the broad concept of Holistic Dentistry or also known as Biological Dentistry, which is to practice dentistry taking into account that we act to heal a unique person, with his or her specific peculiarities.

You can never generalize about what kind of treatments are best until you have studied each case individually. It is a personalized dentistry, focused on improving the general state of health of each person and.



Metallic dental fillings were used habitually years ago, thinking that they were the best option of restorative treatment when the tooth suffered cavities. Over time it has been seen that these fillings, made of an alloy of metals, can cause health problems due to their toxicity, since one of their main components is mercury, an element highly detrimental to the environment and to humans. Many people were given these types of fillings for many years. In certain cases, it may be recommended that they be removed. To extract them, it is essential to follow a methodology that minimizes the risk of toxicity from the filling at the time of extraction.

For this we follow a protocol based on previous treatments with metal chelators (materials that absorb metals) and different supplements. We recommend specific hygienic dietary measures during the days before and after extraction to protect the patient during the procedure, while protecting ourselves as professionals. We respect the extraction times between fillings so that there is no overload for the body’s elimination system. The IAOMT (The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology) determined a base protocol for the extraction of metallic fillings in a safe way that we follow, adapting it to the individual needs of each patient. Dental metallic fillings can be extracted without a problem, and it is a feasible way to eliminate toxic overload of the body, but it is a procedure that must be performed safely for everyone.

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Patient who goes to Bonadex Dentists.


Patient who goes to Bonadex Dentists.


Patient who goes to Bonadex Dentists.


Patient who goes to Bonadex Dentists.


Patient who goes to Bonadex Dentists.



There are irritations of all kinds throughout life. Irritations can be physical injuries (surgical interventions, diseases suffered in childhood or adulthood, scars, infections, fractures, blows), emotional impacts, anxiety crises or stress situations. These irritations are stored in the “memory” of the nervous system. The mouth also accumulates irritations that affect the entire body. The impact of dental pathologies and certain materials and treatments of the teeth on the entire system throughout the nervous network is very important, being the object of study of neurofocal dentistry, intimately linked to neural therapy.

Neural therapy seeks to neutralize these irritations by applying a local anesthetic (usually procaine) at low concentrations in places where the vegetative nervous system has suffered aggression or injury. By eliminating these blockages, the exchange of information is resumed and the regulatory mechanisms of the nervous network are reactivated, so that the organism itself develops its own self-healing reactions . That is why neural therapy is part of natural therapies and biological medicine, which consider that the person himself/herself, when given the right stimulus to reorganize, will resolve the problem.

Throughout life, one has different experiences. Some of them are experienced as events that produce pleasure and others as impacts that cause suffering. The human body has a network of information that reaches all the cells of our body, which is the nervous system. Thanks to it, all tissues, organs and systems that we have are integrated and connected. When something happens in any part of the body, every other part is informed , thanks to the nervous system. We could compare the electrical wiring of a building. If there is a short circuit in any part of the electrical network, a general blackout occurs. Changing the light bulbs of each of the rooms, for example, we will not get back light. This will only be possible when we identify where the short circuit is and repair it. Similarly, any irritation that affects a part of our nervous system affects the whole, and disorders or symptoms in other parts of the body may appear that are more predisposed to get sick.

Neural therapy means treatment by way of the nervous system, especially the vegetative or autonomic nervous system, which is the system responsible for maintaining the balance of absolutely all the vital functions of the organism.

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