Global Network of Biological Dentists

We take the guesswork out of finding the right biological dental care for you and your family.

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What is Biological Dentistry?

Why Is It "Biological" Dentistry Anyway?

Biological Dentistry is concerned with the whole body effects of all dental materials, techniques and procedures. It unites the best clinical practices and technologies of Western dental medicine with a wide array of practices beyond its horizon. It is fluoride-free, mercury-free and mercury-safe.
IABDM - Connecting Biological Practitioners

IABDM - Connecting Biological Practitioners

The IABDM is a network of dentists, physicians and allied health professionals committed to caring for the whole person – body, mind, spirit and mouth. We are dedicated to advancing excellence in the art and science of biological dentistry.

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For Sale: Homeopathic Injectables from -Heel, Sanum, & More

We have over 1000 ampules of homeopathic injectable remedies from -Heel, Sanum, Wala, and Stauffen available for bulk purchase. Originally purchased from both German and US distributors, these remedies are difficult to get these days. The stock was left over after the...

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Advertisement for Dental Practice Sale – Franklin, TN

Sale of Biological and Holistic Dentistry practice. Middle Tennessee has a great hunger for all things holistic, especially dental. People travel long distances from far away states for this type of service. Equipment stays with the practice: ozone generator, new...

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FAQs for a Biological Dentist

Know the right questions to ask about root canals, mercury amalgam, and more.

May I talk with you about my dental health situation over the phone or visit your office before making an appointment?

The response to this question can tell you if the dentist will take the time to listen and consider your individual needs and concerns. Don’t be surprised, though, if the office doesn’t quote an exact time or cost for any particular procedure at this time. Every case is unique, and the factors that make it so remain unknowns until after your initial exam and appropriate diagnostic work is done.

What may I expect during an initial exam and consultation?

The response to this question can tell you if the dentist will take the time to listen and consider your individual needs and concerns. Don’t be surprised, though, if the office doesn’t quote an exact time or cost for any particular procedure at this time. Every case is unique, and the factors that make it so remain unknowns until after your initial exam and appropriate diagnostic work is done.

Do you require a comprehensive medical and dental history?

The response to this question can tell you if the dentist will take the time to listen and consider your individual needs and concerns. Don’t be surprised, though, if the office doesn’t quote an exact time or cost for any particular procedure at this time. Every case is unique, and the factors that make it so remain unknowns until after your initial exam and appropriate diagnostic work is done.

What kind of material compatibility testing do you use?

The response to this question can tell you if the dentist will take the time to listen and consider your individual needs and concerns. Don’t be surprised, though, if the office doesn’t quote an exact time or cost for any particular procedure at this time. Every case is unique, and the factors that make it so remain unknowns until after your initial exam and appropriate diagnostic work is done.

What is your position on mercury amalgam? Is this a mercury-free practice? Is it mercury-safe, as well? How long has the dentist practiced in a mercury free environment?

The response to this question can tell you if the dentist will take the time to listen and consider your individual needs and concerns. Don’t be surprised, though, if the office doesn’t quote an exact time or cost for any particular procedure at this time. Every case is unique, and the factors that make it so remain unknowns until after your initial exam and appropriate diagnostic work is done.