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Painless tooth extraction by Jalandhar Bandha

  1. 1. PAINLESS TOOTH EXTRACTION TECHNIQUE BY JALANDHARA BANDHA Presented by: Dr. Shraddha Joshi Shalakya Tantra Department ITRA, Jamnagar Dr. Shraddha Joshi 1
  2. 2. Yoga and Ayurveda are the ancient science of Indian Wisdom. Ayurveda not only deals with medical line of treatment but it also deals with surgical treatment. There are many references in Ayurveda regarding surgeries being carried out by Acharya Sushruta. Hence, Acharya Sushruta is rightly called as “The Father of Surgery”. He has done many surgeries like Laporotomy, Craniotomy, Cataract Operation, Plastic surgery, Haemmorrhoidectomy; Painless Tooth Extraction etc. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 2
  3. 3.  Though there was no Anesthesia in those days he used to carry out surgeries by using some yogic procedure and by manipulating some Marma Sthanas (vital points) in the body. One such example for this kind of surgery by yoga technique is “Painless Tooth Extraction by Jalandhara Bandha Yoga”. Cont….. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 3
  4. 4. Tooth Extraction by Jalandhara Bandha Yoga requires No Anesthesia! No Injection! No Spray! No Antibiotics! No Analgesics! It is purely a combination of Yoga and Ayurvedic Technique. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 4
  5. 5. So what is this Jalandhara Bandha Yoga? How to extract tooth without anesthesia? What are the benefits of this procedure? Dr. Shraddha Joshi 5
  6. 6. So what is this Jalandhara Bandha Yoga? Jala means network.  It is a network of arteries, veins and nerves. Bandha means to Lock.  So Jalandhara Bandha means locking or blocking of the nerve plexus, arteries and veins around the neck.  This technique of blocking the nerve plexus is made use for the extraction of the tooth without anesthesia. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 6
  7. 7. How to extract tooth without anesthesia? PURVAKARMA (Pre-operative procedure)  In this stage first the patient is examined thoroughly, and the decision is taken whether the teeth should be treated conservatively or it needs extraction.  If it needs extraction then the patient is educated priorly about the procedure of the yogic teeth extraction and he is prepared both mentally and physically.  While extraction special care is taken, if the patient is Krisha (lean), Durbala (weak), Vriddha (aged) or suffering from any neurological problems. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 7
  8. 8. PRADHANAKARMA (Operative procedure)  Patient is made to sit in Sukhasana or Padmasana on wooden plank of 2-3” height.  He should be calm, relaxed and should concentrate on Vishuddha Chakra (Present in throat).  Then he is asked to hold both the knees firmly with his palm and fingers.  After that the Ayurvedic Dental Surgeon stands behind the patient and puts cloth over his head and bends his head towards chest, so that the chin gets locked to the supra sternal notch or Jugular notch. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 8
  9. 9.  Danta Vaidya (Dental Surgeon) then puts pressure over the Sushumna Nadi (Spinal Cord) with his left knee and puts pressure over trigeminal nerve with his left hand.  Then the Patients head is slightly moved up and down for 2-3 times, then the head is lifted and tooth is extracted by using appropriate tooth extraction forcep. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 9
  10. 10. It is said that there is no pain without vitiation of Vata Dosha. Here Vata is controlled by doing Jalandharabandha which in turn blocks the pain path and thus helps in painless tooth extraction. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 10
  11. 11.  In this step utmost care of the patient is taken to reduce the chances of infection and to promote wound healing.  Hence patient is given with Vranaropana (Wound healing) and Raktastambhaka (haemostaic) Gandoosha (gargles) and dressing is done with suitable Ayurvedic Antiseptic Drugs. PASCHATHKARMA (Post-Operative procedure) Dr. Shraddha Joshi 11
  12. 12.  Don’t create stress in the neck, throat, jaw, face, eyes, palate, shoulders or anywhere else.  Avoid collapsing the upper thoracic vertebrae as well.  It is suggested to breathe fully when doing bridge, shoulder stand, knee to ear pose, and other asanas that force an extreme jalandhara bandha, but always avoid any constrictions/tightness of the throat as well as the breath. CAUTIONS Dr. Shraddha Joshi 12
  13. 13.  If you already have a flat neck (less than 10% of the population), then make an effort that the normal "S" shaped curve of the neck is achieved by making an effort to bring C1 and C2 posterior as the chin moves down and inward.  The latter will correct a flat neck at the upper cervical spine. Cont….. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 13
  14. 14.  Jalandhara bandha tonifies the throat chakra, neck, shoulder, and arm regions.  Jalandhara bandha is a great aid in pranayama which in turn is a great boost to pratyhara and meditation practice.  It can correct TMJ and flat neck problems when performed with sensitivity and awareness.  It remediates the jutting out of the chin and cervical vertebral compression. What are the benefits of this procedure? Dr. Shraddha Joshi 14
  15. 15.  It relieves pressure at the cervical spine and relaxes tension at the throat region.  It opens the chest and relaxes the shoulders.  Thus it is beneficial to any conditions that affect the upper torso, neck, and head. Cont….. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 15
  16. 16.  Kriyas included under jalandhara bandha yoga technique are:  Jalandhara bandha position  Patient was instructed to set in sukhasana and asked to firmly hold his Kneecaps by palm of his hands and press them.  Physician pressurizes the spine of patient by his knees.  Yantrana – Shaking of head and position of mouth before extraction. DISCUSSION Dr. Shraddha Joshi 16
  17. 17.  Jalandhara bandha does not cause vata vitiation, when performed accurately.  After applying Jalandhara badha the vayu residing in Urdhvajatru does not undergo prakopa and hence destructs pain. Hence one can perform tooth extraction by controling vayu.  Jalandhara badha stops the nerve impulses for that time hence nullifying the effect of pain by blocking the nabhojala in throat.  By performing this bandha correctly ida and pigala nadi get compressed and if in this stage tooth extraction if done nullifys the pain.  Satvavajaya or convincing treatment is very essential so too consent of the patient is very much necessary. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 17
  18. 18.  Purpose of patient holding his kneecaps by his palm was pressing the acupressure point of his palm.  For the toothache there are points distributed in the finger of the both the hand.  According to principal of acupressure any point if continuously pressurized for minutes it gives anaesthetize effect of the respective point. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 18
  19. 19.  Purpose of physician pressurizing the spinal column creates compression of Ida - Pingala and Shushumna nadi and energies get blocked and hence samvedana (Impulses) will fail to reach Aagnyachakra and this stage tooth extraction can be performed.  The physician locks the chin of patients by his left hand and places his other hand on patients head and shakes his head.  This also helps in stopping of the pain sensation to reach the brain. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 19
  20. 20.  If carotid sinuses are gently pressed then one becomes very relaxed and perhaps a little faint.  This can be a help in various other yogic practices that lead to meditational experience.  These carotid sinuses are widely known in modern times.  Many people get fainted by mere pressure of these bodies.  Some people seem to be more sensitive than others; a slight pressure is sufficient to put some people on their back. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 20
  21. 21.  Limitations of the technique  The technique cannot be employed in patients who have stiffness of neck, cervical spondylitis and facial paralysis.  Technique may fail in nervous and weak patient. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 21
  22. 22. Dr. Shraddha Joshi 22

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