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Fluoride in the News…Again

Fluoride in the News…Again

So…the final phase of the EPA/fluoridation lawsuit has finally been set and will begin on January 29, 2024. (As they say, the wheels of justice turn slowly.) The court has set aside two weeks for testimony and cross-examination of expert witnesses, who will focus...

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Dental Cavitations

Dental Cavitations

Dental Cavitations: The Mouth’s Hidden Infections Dental cavitations are known by many names: “cavitational osteonecrosis” or “ischemic osteonecrosis,” “ischemic bone disease” (IBD), “chronic ischemic jawbone disease” (CIBD), and so on. These are usually considered...

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Antibiotic Usage in Dentistry

Antibiotic Usage in Dentistry

By Michael G. Rehme, DDS, NMD, CCN After more than 40 years of practicing dentistry, I’ve learned many things about the usage of antibiotics. Through my dental school education, I was taught over and over again that antibiotics should always be administered for...

Home New

Home New

A Healthy Choice For Dental CareRehme Dental CareDiscover Biological Dentistry and the Tooth-Body ConnectionGreater St. Louis’ Choice forHolistic & Biological DentistryFluoride-Free · Mercury-Free · Mercury-Safe · BiocompatibleFor more than two decades, our...

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Fix the Cause, Not the Symptom

Fix the Cause, Not the Symptom

By Michael G. Rehme, DDS, NMD, CCN A recent dental journal article I read 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...

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