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Dental Material Considerations For Biological Dentistry

I’ve always tried to explain to my patients; “the best dentistry in your mouth, is no dentistry at all.” Even with all the knowledge, education and research that has been provided to our dental profession, our best efforts will never be able to restore your teeth to their natural structure and beauty that mother nature […]

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Bisphenol A: A Dental Concern for Our Patients or Not?

An important lesson that I’ve learned over the years about Biological Dentistry is to ask questions. Then to be willing to make the appropriate changes that seem necessary for improving the health and well being of our patients. The use of specific dental materials and their biological compatibility for our patients has always been a […]

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Carefully Choose Your Dental Materials

If you were building a new house, would you be concerned about the materials being used to construct your home? Years ago, asbestos was used in insulation products, fireproofing, acoustical materials and floor tiles. We now know that asbestos causes lung cancer and mesothelioma (cancer of the lining of the chest and the abdominal cavity). […]

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What’s In Your Crown?

In March 2008, a television investigative reporter filed an intriguing story that caught my eye due to the nature of its subject matter. The title of his report was, “Chinese Dental Products May Hide Danger.” An Ohio woman, who was suffering from mouth pain, had a newly installed crown examined. It was made in China […]

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