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Retreatment of a Failed 4-Bicuspid Amputation, Retraction Orthodontic Case

By Gerald H. Smith, DDS, DNM

This case presents the concept for the necessity to establish architectural balance when correcting distortions of the maxilla and iatrogenic malocclusions. Since

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Actinomycotic Oral Infection (Modern Dental Implants and Root Canals)

By R.S. Carlson, DDS

Honolulu, May 2017

If one were to inspect the general research regarding the effectiveness and physiological acceptability and safety of the modern dental implant

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Unhealthy Mouth = Unhealthy Body

By Carol Wells, RDH

Originally published in EC Dental Science
EC Dental Science 12:3 (2017): 122-128.

As a new grad from the dental hygiene program, I thought I

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Regenerative Endodontic Therapy: The Fountain of Youth for a Dying Tooth

By Valerie Kanter DMD, MS

Root canal treatment is no longer the last stop for a tooth facing extinction by extraction. Barely hanging on by, well, its root,

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“Certainly Enjoying Not Wearing CPAP Anymore!”: An Interim Case Report of Biomimetic Oral Appliance Therapy

 

By Felix Liao, DDS, MAGD, ABGD

 
Key Points: The mouth plays a crucial role in sleep quality, snoring, and sleep apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea remains 74-90%

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An Oral-Systemic Perspective on the Root of All Degenerative Diseases

By John Parks Trowbridge MD, FACAM

Recently, I watched The Theory of Everything, the biopic based on the life of modern physicist Stephen Hawking. Hawking’s enduring career

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Endodontic-Endotoxemia: Our Current Dilemma

 

OUR CURRENT DILEMMA IN
DENTAL-MEDICINE

 

For about 180 years, or more, there have been attempts to retain teeth whose nutrient canals have been destroyed by placing

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The Importance of Acute Supportive Care in Biological Dentistry

By Louisa Williams, MS, DC, ND

Summary
Immediate nutritive and homeopathic treatment after mercury amalgam removal as well as after dental cavitation surgery leads to a significantly more

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What is Biological Dentistry?

Biological means life and health enhancing. Biological Dentistry has one aim: to support and promote total health with a healthier teeth, gums, and mouth.

Teeth and mouth are

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