All posts tagged with holistic dentistry
09/15/2016 / By holisticdentistry

At least seven children have been hospitalized and hundreds more could be tested for suspected bacterial infections after undergoing the

09/08/2016 / By holisticdentistry

When you want whiter teeth fast, you’ll be recommended by your dentist to have them professionally bleached. Depending on the

09/07/2016 / By holisticdentistry

The parents of the Texas toddler who died after a routine dental procedure in March revealed in a recent interview

08/15/2016 / By holisticdentistry

Although the term ‘disruptive innovation or technology’ dates back to 1995 when Harvard Business School Professor Clayton M. Christensen coined

08/11/2016 / By holisticdentistry

Make sure no one is calling you ‘Dragon Breath’ behind your back! (Article by Yahoo!) “Ew!” I cringed and pushed

08/10/2016 / By holisticdentistry

Many people walk around with a mouthful of mercury-containing fillings and have no problems with them at all. But if

07/07/2016 / By holisticdentistry

When was the last time your dentist recommended meditation and eating kale as a way to a healthier mouth? Suggested

07/05/2016 / By holisticdentistry

“Would you like a cup of nettle?” asks Janna Gower,  office manager and the wife of Dr. Phil Davis, a local dentist. She

06/28/2016 / By holisticdentistry

As practitioners with combined clinical experience of more than 70 years, we have learned that folk wisdom often stands the

05/11/2016 / By D. Samuelson

The pineal gland is a tiny cone shaped endocrine gland near the center of your brain. It is responsible for producing melatonin, which is

04/15/2016 / By D. Samuelson

Why not consider a switch to using organic tooth products as part of a program to maintain oral health? You’re probably

02/18/2016 / By Chris Draper

If you’ve lost a permanent tooth, chances are your dentist recommended a dental implant. For more than thirty years, however,

01/13/2016 / By Vicki Batts

Inquiring minds in the holistic dentistry community have a burning question: What’s the difference between mercury-free and mercury-safe dentistry? And

01/07/2016 / By Vicki Batts

Root canals are the much-dreaded procedure used to treat deeply infected teeth without extraction. It seems like a great option;

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