2821 N. Ballas Rd., Suite 245 St. Louis, MO 63131

A Healthy Choice
For Dental Care

Discover
Biological Dentistry
and the
Tooth-Body Connection

Greater St. Louis’ Choice for Holistic & Biological Dentistry

Fluoride-Free, Mercury-Free, Mercury-Safe, Biocompatible

Healthy Mouth, Healthy Body, Healthy Life

For more than two decades, our office has provided comprehensive holistic and biological dentistry to patients in the Greater St. Louis Area and from across the Midwest and Upper South.

Our patients hail from Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky – and even beyond!

That’s because we know that the mechanical benefits of restoring the mouth go hand-in-hand with the biological effects these procedures can have on the rest of the body. The tooth/body relationship must be respected. Oral health and whole body health are inextricably linked.

So we use dental materials that lend themselves to wellness. We recognize how treatments such as root canals and implants may compromise health and well-being. We acknowledge the risk of cavitational lesions that oral surgeries can carry and take extra effort to prevent them from developing.

And we take a thoroughly preventive approach to care, knowing that the best dentistry is the least dentistry. Our mantra? Keep it safe – keep it simple.

We Welcome Difficult Cases

Many seek us out for solutions to oral/systemic health problems that others have not been able to resolve. While we can’t guarantee results, you can read some of their success stories for yourself in our collection of patient experiences.

We work closely with a number of biological physicians, homeopaths, and other healing professionals in the greater St. Louis area and are always pleased to consult and coordinate your care with any other practitioners you may currently be seeing.

Our office has been mercury-free since 1994. We are also fluoride-free and mercury-safe.

Why Choose Biological Dentistry?

We proudly offer…

Amalgam Filling Removal

Interactive Meridian Tooth Chart


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Patient Testimonials

To view all 500 of Dr. Rehme’s testimonials, please click here.

Removal of Root Canal Tooth . . .

I came to your office because I had a bad tooth and had been told that I probably needed a root canal. I was not comfortable with getting a root canal, so I was referred to you by a friend. After consulting with your office, I decided to have the tooth in questions extracted. This seemed like a better option, since no one could guarantee a root canal would even solve my problem.
The tooth was extracted very quickly and painlessly.

Since the tooth has been out, I have noticed quite an improvement in my sinuses and while I had some back problems before the extraction, lately my back has been feeling much better. I am very glad I decided on getting rid of that old diseased tooth. I would do it again in a minute.


Carolyn, Age 66, Female
January 22, 2015

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Carolyn, Age 66, Female
January 22, 2015

I came to your office because I had a bad tooth and had been told that I probably needed a root canal. I was not comfortable with getting a root canal, so I was referred to you by a friend. After consulting with your office, I decided to have the tooth in questions extracted. This seemed like a better option, since no one could guarantee a root canal would even solve my problem. The tooth was extracted very quickly and painlessly. Since the tooth has been out, I have noticed quite an improvement in my sinuses and while I had some back problems before the extraction, lately my back has been feeling much better. I am very glad I decided on getting rid of that old diseased tooth. I would do it again in a minute.

Amalgam removal and cavitation surgery…

Since having Dr. Rehme perform my dental work (removing amalgams) and Dr. Moreland perform my cavitation work, I’ve noticed several improvements in my health. The most significant improvement I’ve noticed is that I an able to consistently fall asleep easily at night and stay asleep all night long. This is a problem I’ve struggled with for some twenty years. Also while asleep, I would grind my teeth and wake with headaches. I no longer have this problem. I used to keep my jaw clenched throughout the day, causing headaches and this has disappeared as well. I used to struggle to make it through a day of normal activities. Overall I feel more energetic, and as though a weight has been lifted from my body.

Tricia, Age 36, Female
January 22, 2015

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2018-07-12T08:31:50-06:00

Tricia, Age 36, Female
January 22, 2015

Since having Dr. Rehme perform my dental work (removing amalgams) and Dr. Moreland perform my cavitation work, I’ve noticed several improvements in my health. The most significant improvement I’ve noticed is that I an able to consistently fall asleep easily at night and stay asleep all night long. This is a problem I’ve struggled with for some twenty years. Also while asleep, I would grind my teeth and wake with headaches. I no longer have this problem. I used to keep my jaw clenched throughout the day, causing headaches and this has disappeared as well. I used to struggle to make it through a day of normal activities. Overall I feel more energetic, and as though a weight has been lifted from my body.

Feeling Great …

In July of 2004 I had an oral surgeon remove a left jaw cavitation. Upon leaving the office that day I had an enhanced feeling of mental and physical energy. I only had to take one pain pill. My pain level was a “2” ( out of 10). I woke up each day with a bounce out of bed. I woke up mentally alert, usually around 8-9 a.m. Prior to the surgery, I woke up at 11 a.m. feeling fatigued, and mentally foggy. I would usually eat and then go back to sleep.

I now get up by 9:30 a.m. at the very least and nap occasionally (1-2 hours) around 3 p.m.

I’ve had people tell me that I look “really good” – well rested and much more healthy.

Sharen, Age 49, Female
January 22, 2015

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2018-07-12T08:40:55-06:00

Sharen, Age 49, Female
January 22, 2015

In July of 2004 I had an oral surgeon remove a left jaw cavitation. Upon leaving the office that day I had an enhanced feeling of mental and physical energy. I only had to take one pain pill. My pain level was a “2” ( out of 10). I woke up each day with a bounce out of bed. I woke up mentally alert, usually around 8-9 a.m. Prior to the surgery, I woke up at 11 a.m. feeling fatigued, and mentally foggy. I would usually eat and then go back to sleep. I now get up by 9:30 a.m. at the very least and nap occasionally (1-2 hours) around 3 p.m. I’ve had people tell me that I look “really good” – well rested and much more healthy.

Since Amalgam Removal . . .

Life has improved so much that it is hard to remember what it was like before.

I still need 8-9 hours of sleep most nights, but I no longer need a 2-3 hour nap every day - I no longer need 20 minute cat naps every couple of hours.
I go weeks without headaches instead of days. I can focus and retain much more information I don’t catch every cold I’m exposed to – I haven’t had any bronchial infections or yeast infections – they were chronic before.

As I approach my sixties I definitely feel better than I did in my thirties.


Susan, Age 56, Female
January 22, 2015

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Susan, Age 56, Female
January 22, 2015

Life has improved so much that it is hard to remember what it was like before. I still need 8-9 hours of sleep most nights, but I no longer need a 2-3 hour nap every day - I no longer need 20 minute cat naps every couple of hours. I go weeks without headaches instead of days. I can focus and retain much more information I don’t catch every cold I’m exposed to – I haven’t had any bronchial infections or yeast infections – they were chronic before. As I approach my sixties I definitely feel better than I did in my thirties.
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