Category: Dentistry


Newly Published

Titanium Exposure and Human Health Dr. Blanche Grube, et al, have just published a paper in Oral Science International wherein they discuss impacts of titanium on human health. Abstract Historically, titanium (Ti) has maintained the reputation of being an inert and relatively biocompatible metal, suitable for use in both medical and dental prosthesis. There are…
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Harmonizing Traditional and Conventional Medicine

Principles and Practice Firstly, there is a big difference between principles and practice. A principle tells you what and why you may or may not do something. A practice, on the other hand, tells you how it is done. “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” is a principle that applies with particular aptness to medicine in general. It’s the difference…
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How Biological Dentistry Avoids Doing Harm

In 1989, the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians adopted its House of Delegates Position Paper, entitled “Definition of Naturopathic Medicine.” This paper, last amended in 2011, explains that its adherents “follow three precepts to avoid harming the patient.” Let’s have a look at each one and its applicability to biological dentistry. First Precept: Minimize Risk…
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