12 other things you’re at risk of if you continue to neglect your oral hygiene routine.
The root cause behind many of today’s most common chronic illnesses is excess exposure to toxic metals found throughout the environment, the food supply, cosmetics, dental amalgam fillings and in the past vaccines that we had in childhood.
Removal of Amalgam Fillings Associated With Reductions in Memory Loss, Fatigue, Anxiety, Confusion & Other Health Problems...
The anxiety and stress that surrounds dentists and dental health has circulated a long list of dental myths supposed to alleviate our dental woes.
Mercury is one of the most toxic substances known to man and yet many of us have mercury fillings in our teeth that are slowing poisoning our bodies.
Snoring can be annoying disruption for your sleep partner but snoring can often be an...
Dry mouth (Xerostomia) is a common problem that many people, especially seniors, experience.
Your hygienist will tell you about the relationship between diet and oral health, giving you advice on how to reduce things like dry mouth, bad breath, acid erosion, sensitivity, staining and cavities.
Inlays, Crowns & Veneers are an inexpensive way of cosmetically repairing broken, cracked, worn, heavily filled or unsightly teeth.
Have you heard of sleep dentistry? No, it’s not having a sleep or a nap during your dental visit.
As a dentist, I frequently advise patients to floss more often.
Whether or not mercury amalgam fillings are safe for the body or not is an argument that has been going on ever since its inception nearly 200 years ago.
In this article Dr Rachel Hall Holistic dentist shares about what foods increase your risk...
Phosphorous levels are lower when calcium, glucose, cholesterol and triglycerides are too high.
“The food you eat can either be the safest and most powerful form of medicine, or a slow form of poison”