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Keeping It Clean with the Power of Ozone

Keeping It Clean with the Power of Ozone

Ozone has a remarkable range of uses in dentistry, including preventing and treating gum disease, tooth decay, and other infections. But as a patient, you may be less aware of how it also helps keep our water lines clean and pathogen-free. Dental unit water lines -...

Making (Dental) Mercury (Amalgam) History

Making (Dental) Mercury (Amalgam) History

When you choose biological dentistry for your care, it may be easy to forget that not all dental offices are mercury-free and mercury-safe. Many dentists here in the US continue to place amalgam fillings, which are about 50% mercury, one of the most toxic elements on...

Cuckoo for Coconut Water? What You Should Know

Cuckoo for Coconut Water? What You Should Know

When looking at the latest in health trends, it can be tough telling what’s truth and what’s clever marketing. This is certainly the case with coconut water. Coconut water is literally the liquid found inside a coconut and not to be confused with coconut milk. The...

New Research Delivers More Bad News for Fluoride

New Research Delivers More Bad News for Fluoride

Evidence continues to stack up against fluoride, which makes perfect sense when you consider that it’s a known neurotoxin and endocrine disruptor. Now, several new studies add weight to the case against relying on fluoride to prevent tooth decay.  One of these, just...

The Hard Truth About Soft Drinks

The Hard Truth About Soft Drinks

It’s hardly news when dentists tell folks to avoid soda - that the sugary stuff fuels disease, oral and otherwise; that the acids in regular and diet soda alike eat away at tooth enamel, leaving the teeth more vulnerable to decay.  Soft drinks do no favors at all for...

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