A short introduction to the basic concepts of biological dentistry.
A bit of amalgam history, properties,
and toxicity of mercury.
Role of dental amalgam-exposing people-dental patients, dentists, and staff to toxic mercury.
Recommended methods to minimize exposure to mercury when drilling out old amalgam fillings
How mercury from dentistry finds its way into the environment, and how to mitigate it.
The long history of nutrition in dentistry, and its role in dentistry today.
Natural and medical approaches to promote excretion of toxic metals.
The science behind the IAOMT’s call
to end water fluoridation.
The rationale and practical methods for individual biocompatibility testing.
How the biological approach contributes
to the control of gum disease.
How common dental procedures can allow persistence of pathogens in hidden places, with systemic implications.