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The Dangers of Tea & Fluoride

The Dangers of Tea & Fluoride

The video below was done by Courtney Mattingly, RDH, in completion of requirements to become an IABDM Certified Biological Hygienist. Congratulations, Courtney! Learn more about our certification programs. https://youtu.be/W2mtawdh2vI

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by Jan 12, 2021
Natural Approaches in an Oral Cavity

Natural Approaches in an Oral Cavity

The following article was written by Julissa Objio, in completion of requirements to become an IABDM Certified Biological Office Manager. Congratulations, Julissa! Learn more about our certification programs. There are several natural approaches...

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by Jan 5, 2021
Is Your Toothpaste Too Abrasive?

Is Your Toothpaste Too Abrasive?

The following article was written by Elvin Pimentel, RDH, in completion of requirements to become an IABDM Certified Biological Office Manager. Congratulations, Elvin! Learn more about our certification programs. What kind of abrasive detergent do...

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by Dec 22, 2020
Why Become a Biological Dental Hygienist/RDH?

Why Become a Biological Dental Hygienist/RDH?

The video below was done by Lori Lawrence, RDH, in completion of requirements to become an IABDM Certified Biological Hygienist. Congratulations, Lori! Learn more about our certification programs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3Znk5ZEq14  ...

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by Nov 19, 2020
FDA Reverses Stance on Mercury Amalgam Safety

FDA Reverses Stance on Mercury Amalgam Safety

On September 24, the FDA issued a statement updating their recommendations concerning dental amalgam and its potential risks to certain high-risk individuals. This is a huge step in the right direction! For many years, the FDA claimed that mercury...

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by Nov 17, 2020
Just What Does Biological Dental Hygiene Involve?

Just What Does Biological Dental Hygiene Involve?

Our certification program trains dentists, hygienists, assistants, and other dental workers in the philosophy and essential practices of biological dentistry, including safe mercury removal, dental ozone, nutrition, energetic connections,...

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by Oct 6, 2020
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