Podcast Episode 11 ~ Why I choose to bring my family to a holistic dentist

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Episode 11 ~ Why I choose to bring my family to a holistic dentist 

Show Notes

Oral health should be taken very seriously.  It is the window to our overall health. Teaching our kids preventative measures, like proper brushing and flossing is key.  So is finding a dentist that you trust and that aligns with your values and beliefs.

1. I don’t believe in fluoride 

Fluoride is a neurotoxin.  It’s known to impact the cardiovascular, central nervous, digestive, endocrine, immune, integumentary, renal, respiratory, and skeletal systems, and exposure to fluoride has been linked to Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, infertility, and many other adverse health outcomes, including fluoride toxicity.

2.  I don’t believe in Mercury fillings

Silver fillings are banned in many other countries but not here in the US.  

it is absorbed into the body and retained particularly in the brain, kidney, liver, lung, and gastrointestinal tract.  

Dental Mercury could cause:

Allergies

Cardiovascular problems

Alzheimer’s disease

Autism spectrum disorders

Chronic fatigue syndrome

Kidney disease

Depression and anxiety

Reproductive dysfunction

Autoimmune disorders

And mercury poisoning

 

3.  I don’t believe in Root canals

They are intrusive and can lead to bigger problems.

During a root canal, dangerous bacteria can hide out in the tooth.  It can become super toxic and can migrate to other tissues in your body, and your heart, kidneys, bones and brain.  

4.  I don’t believe in laughing gas

I don’t want to give my child nitrous oxide to my child to get a cavity filled.

 

I made a conscious decision to find a holistic dentist that has the same beliefs as me. 

A holistic dentist or biological dentist looks at the patient’s overall health and uses natural therapies to prevent, diagnose and treat.  

Reduced root canals, crowns and invasive techniques.        

Practices minimally invasive dentistry with the Biomimetic philosophy

 

Homemade Toothpaste

Calcium bentonite clay

Pure essential oils

Water (i use and love this filtered water system)

Flavored stevia

 

Educate yourself as much as possible and make informed decisions.  If you don’t feel comfortable with a recommendation made by your dentist or any doctor, you have every right to say no.  You can always do something later on after you’ve researched it and made a conscious, educated decision if you choose to, but you can’t undo something.  

 

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I thank you for tuning in today and I wish you a beautiful day filled with love, peace and health.   

 

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