What is Holistic Dentistry?

Holistic dentistry, also known as biological or integrative dentistry, is an approach to oral healthcare that considers the overall well-being of the individual, emphasizing the connection between oral health and the rest of the body. It takes into account the impact of dental treatments on the entire system and promotes natural and biocompatible materials, minimally invasive procedures, and preventive measures.

Why is Biocompatible Dentistry Better?

Biocompatible dentistry is considered better because it focuses on using dental materials and treatments that are compatible with the body, reducing the risk of adverse reactions and promoting overall health.

Can you help treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

Yes, we do facilitate Sleep Apnea treatment. Through the implementation of 3D expansion oral appliance therapy, we have successfully aided numerous patients in attaining improved sleep quality.

How long does a tooth implant last?

If you take proper care of the implant you get from our practice, it can last between 20-30 years or longer. Click here to learn more.

How can I naturally make my teeth stronger?

Eating a whole-food, nutrient-dense diet can be very beneficial for healthy teeth. You want to make sure you are getting enough of the fat-soluble vitamins in your diet, including vitamins A, D, E and K. Adequate high-quality protein and fats are helpful as well. For topical application, you can use either Tooth Builder Sensitive Toothpaste or a toothpaste containing hydroxyapatite.

Can you eat with a partial denture?

As long as you avoid eating sticky and hard foods, you can eat comfortably with a partial denture.

Which dental insurance has the best coverage?

All insurance plans are different. Some do not cover out-of-network and most have not kept up over the years with the increased fees of dental services. We will gladly submit any claims as a courtesy for our patients.

What if my child’s dentist is recommending dental treatments such as fluoride application?

We encourage people to educate themselves on the pros and cons of fluoride use so you can make the best choices for yourself and your family. We do offer alternatives to the patients in our practice.

Can any dentist remove silver amalgam fillings?

Technically yes, but we do not recommend having these removed without a properly trained dentist using a strict removal protocol. We have a comprehensive in-office protocol to ensure our patients and staff are fully protected during the procedure.

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