Biological Dentistry enlists the body and mind in the care and maintenance of the mouth, which is the gateway to your body’s complete health. If you have good oral conditions, then you are more likely to enjoy better health and wellness. All teeth are located along meridians, or energetic pathways, that connect to different parts of your body. Time and time again biological dentists see proof of this. People with breast cancer, for example, frequently have issues with certain teeth such as #2, 3, 14, 15, 20 & 29. Others with prostate cancer may have issues with different teeth like #7, 8, 9, 10, 23, 24, 25 & 26. The list of teeth and medical connections goes on and on. Once the teeth and mouth are brought to good health, a patient frequently is relieved of the corresponding medical symptoms.
“Recently we are seeing a lot of patients with substantial bone loss in their mouths. Once we help to boost the integrity of a patient’s bones, their oral and body’s health frequently is much stronger.” ~ Jean
- Good oral health is the key to whole-body health and well-being
- Creates a strong immune system which is the best way to prevent disease
- Identifies and addresses the cause of oral infections (cavities, gum disease)
- Reduces your daily toxic exposure to metals or chemicals
- Natural approaches and materials
- Safe, effective treatments using state-of-the-art technology
- Quiet, relaxing, caring environment
Treatment that’s tailored to you
Health focused-dentistry is not always conventional, it always strives for individual biocompatibility. Practices such as electro-dermal screening, homeopathy, nutritional and detoxification therapies, acupressure and massage are all incorporated by holistic dentists in an effort to individualize treatment recommendations.
Consider it dental cleansing
When toxicity is identified in the oral cavity, it is essential to rid the mouth of the toxin and help reestablish a state of wellness. Health-focused dentistry takes into consideration how the treatment of the oral cavity will affect the immune system as well as the overall health of the individual. Detoxification and support from other medical practitioners and healing modalities are often utilized to ensure a successful treatment outcome. A holistic approach to your oral health may involve more than your dentist, and that’s what makes an Integrative Dental Center so important. Look for a wellness center that goes above and beyond dentistry to get well, be well and stay well.
Dr. Jean Nordin Evans, DDS, ND, IBDM
GrotonWellness.com ~ Family Dentistry, Orthodontics, Integrative Medicine, Detox Spa and Café