Could titanium dental implants increase the effect of irradiation?

November 03, 2021

Since the world of dentistry is being intervened with graphene oxide, questions about anesthetics and implants abound. Here, Dr. José Luis Sevillano from La Quinta Columna explains that titanium dental implants can cause neuralgia and various complications because they generate electromagnetic fields.

Below, Orwell City offers the video in English for its followers.

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Ricardo Delgado: From Barcelona, he says: 'I'm not 'graphene'd.' Could titanium dental implants increase the effect of irradiation?'

Dr. Sevillano: I think so. If it can generate currents, magnetic fields, electric currents from its bosom being a metal. Then, possibly, electric currents can be generated. It can generate some kind of anomalous electromagnetic field that bothers and produces headaches, neuralgia, and those kinds of problems. It's possible.

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