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The “Gatekeepers” to Good Health

After practicing dentistry for over two decades, I’m witnessing dramatic changes just beginning to reshape the dental profession. Although continual improvement occurs in technologies and technical skills, there is a new “old” concept that is slowly gaining credibility in dentistry. It also requires your attention to understand the “tooth and body connection.” In the last […]

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Oral-Systemic Connection: Fix The Cause, Not The Symptom

A recent dental journal article described, at length, the Oral-Systemic connection, i.e. the influence the teeth and gums have on the whole body (the “system”) and vice-versa. It referred to the overwhelming attention this topic is receiving in both the dental and medical literatures. As an example, the common knowledge in dentistry is that, if […]

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Acid – Alkaline Foods

Acid – Alkaline Foods Chart: Detailed ranking of foods by acid vs alkaline effects Download PDF Alkaline-Producing Foods For general health: 60%-70%. For therapeutic care: 90%-100%. Average American diet consumes approximately 10%-15% alkaline foods. agar agar fruit juices – no added sugar pears, sweet alfalfa sprouts garlic peas, fresh, sweet almonds ginger, fresh peas less […]

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Biological Periodontal Therapy

The American Academy of Periodontology estimates that nearly 80% of Americans have some form of gum disease. Approximately 50% of cases are considered moderate to severe. As a biological dental office, it is our responsibility not only to recognize and treat this localized, infectious disease in the oral cavity, but also to understand the systemic […]

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