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“Dentists’ Disease”: A Brief History

“Dentists’ Disease”: A Brief History

By Ronald Carlson, DDS In 17th century England, Bills of Mortality identified the sixth leading cause of death as “teeth.” Although deaths from abscesses and other dental infirmities - and their oral/systemic effects - are seemingly rare today, it is difficult to...

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Meridian Pathways in Biological Dentistry

The following article was written by administrative supervisor Aislyn Peña, in completion of requirements to become an IABDM Certified Biological Staff Member. Congratulations, Aislyn! Learn more about our certification programs.   In biological dentistry,...

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Root Canals, Metal Implants, & Chronic Oxidative Stress

Root Canals, Metal Implants, & Chronic Oxidative Stress

The article below was originally posted on the office blog of IABDM Certified biological dentist Dr. Minaxi Mirkal.   RANTES Score, Infected Root Canal Toxicity, Metal Implants – Chronic Oxidative Stress Of Dental/Oral Origin Healthy Tooth A healthy tooth has...

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Septic Tank Teeth (abridged)

Septic Tank Teeth (abridged)

Root canals are dead bodies (and, as such, should be buried six feet below Earth’s surface)! By R.S. Carlson, DDS Let us get clear about the issue, really. Some will argue that the “gangrene of the tooth” is limited to the soft tissue within the tooth’s pulp chamber,...

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Root Canals, Dental Implants, Endotoxemia

From “Controversy? Not for Me!” by Ronald S. Carlson, DDS In dental surgery, we (I do not!) advocate, unlike our medical colleagues, the retention of gangrenous tissues within the oral cavity. You may know them as “root canals.” Controversy abounded 100 years ago...

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