This is a 25-hour course. The CE is NOT dividable as it is a course. You MUST pass EVERY section of the 17 modules with higher than 80% to get ANY CE at all.

DO NOT SUBMIT Answers until you are sure. You may go back and watch a video on any section BEFORE you submit your FINAL answers.
PACE CE is given to those that complete the entire course. No exceptions are given to those that do not complete the course or those that fail. The Logo is a Trademarked logo. We issue a plaque upon completion and we have patches and lapel pins available for purchase.

It is our belief that the entire staff should be on the same page on many basic things that are in a Biological Office. We completely understand that each job is different but having a staff exposed to what patients may be inquiring about is critical.  Once completed the Dentist must do case presentations for safe mercury removal. This is explained further once you pass the exam. The staff will have a project for completion like an article worthy of publishing with references, a PowerPoint worthy of putting on a website with voice over, A video worthy of putting on a website.

Directions: Watch the videos and PowerPoints and take the quiz associated with those educational links. YOU MUST PASS WITH AN 80% ON EACH Module!  If you watch the videos this will be easy.

Topics Included in this 25-hour course are listed below in order:

  • What makes a Biological Office?
  • The History of Amalgam Wars
  • Biological Dental Hygiene
  • Homeopathy
  • Ozone
  • Root Canals
  • Tooth Body Connection
  • Mercury
  • Fluoride
  • Compatibility testing of dental materials
  • Galvanism
  • How Health and Dental affect each other
  • Why we refer to an MD/DO/DC
  • Cavitations
  • Silver
  • Myofunctional Therapy
  • Mercury Separators
  • Airway
  • Vit C IV in Dentistry
  • Digestion

*Please note that you must be an IABDM member in good standing in order to become a certified biological hygienist

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What is Biological Dentistry?

What is Biological Dentistry?

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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