Biological Dental Medicine: Changing Lives
Could a Root Canal Be the Cause of Your Chronic Health Problem?
Why Is It Called "Biological" Dentistry Anyway?
You often hear “holistic dentistry”, “integrative dentistry” and “biological dentistry” used interchangeably. They’re not actually the same thing. Biological dentistry is holistic and integrative, but in and of themselves, neither holistic nor integrated is biological. For the why, you have to go back to when the term was originally coined – back in the mid-1980s…
I Was Poisoned by My Teeth, Excerpt
Fluoride Ingestion: Connecting the Dots
10 Reasons to Avoid Mercury Fillings
Mercury & Human Health: A Comprehensive Bibliography, 2003 – 2009
40 Years of Electro Acupuncture According to Voll (EAV)
Important Vitamins Help Reducing Gum Disease Risk
Are Dental X-Rays Harmful?
Chelation Therapy: Stepping Into the Next 60 Years (A Historical Commentary)
“Mind-body medicine”, a term well known in medicine, has major roots in observations made in the 1960s by one of my lab directors at Stanford, George Solomon, M.D. Intensive study of the “relaxation response”, “healing touch”, “acupuncture”, and similar “soft science” technologies has led to widespread acceptance in the medical and lay communities. At about the same time, startling observations were being made of reversals of increasingly prevalent coronary and peripheral vascular maladies by chelation therapy with intravenous EDTA. Despite “hard science” showing that these beneficial discoveries have been replicated time and again, chelation remains largely unknown or, at worst, vigorous defiled.
Has the Dental Work in Your Mouth Turned You into a Walking Antenna?
We should not overlook the impact of metal dental work, electromagnetic and microwave-attracting stress on the increasing prevalence of chronic illness in our society. “I strongly suspect”, writes Dr. Garcia, “that this is an unrecognized source of insidious stress on our physical, mental, and emotional health”.
Root Canals Are Dead Bodies
Root canals are dead bodies – and as such, should be buried six feet below Earth’s surface!
The Microbiology of the Acute Dental Abscess
The microbiology and treatment of the acute localized abscess and severe spreading odontogenic infections are reviewed.
Circulation of Lymph in the Dentinal Tubules with some Observations on the Metabolism of the Dentine
Endodontic-Endotoxemia: Our Current Dilemma
The author’s research on the oral systemic linkage to good and enduring health reveals the potential deleterious effects of “modern root canal therapy” and “implant dentistry”.
Be Part of Dentistry's Green Future
How to be part of dentistry’s clean, green and highly profitable future by embracing abundant high technology and good old common sense.