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Presidential Dental Pains

Although dentistry can trace its early beginnings to the middle ages, the regulation of dentistry in the United States didn’t occur until 1841. Even then, practices, materials, and equipment varied greatly regarding safety and effectiveness. One of the ways researchers and historians have studied the progress of dental medicine in the Unites States is through documented evidence of some of the most prominent figures in our nation’s history. The oral health problems faced by early American presidents just goes to show how dental health affected overall health back then just as it does today in the 21st century.


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No-Drill Dentistry

Yes, you read that right. The days of traditional "drill and fill" dentistry are coming to an end thanks to dentists around the nation looking for a more natural and even more effective way to keep our mouths, and therefore our entire bodies, healthy and free of disease and decay. Whole Health Family Dentistry is one of the leading advocates for leaving behind some of the traditional philosophies taught in many dental schools as the dentists have witnessed first hand that it actually leads to more suffering, more procedures, and an endless financial burden to keep up with it all.

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Biomimetic and Biological Dentistry - A Perfect Match

Please take some time to watch the video link below. Very useful and relevant information all dental consumers need to be aware of.


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Biomimetic Dentistry - Avoid Root Canals

Biomimetic Dentistry offers our clients a proven and predictable way to avoid root canals.  Dr Bryan Schwartz and Dr Steve Carini have studied advanced techniques that can effectively protect and seal teeth from bacterial invasion.  Biomimetic Dentists often see a 70-90% reduction in the number of teeth that become infected and require a client to make a decision to have a root canal or an extraction.  These amazing results are only possible with specialty training with biomimetic dentistry techniques.  Biomimetic Dentistry is much different than traditional dentistry, which is often aggressive and invasive on teeth leading to years of re-doing of dentistry (Refer to The Dental Cycle).

How is this done....How do Biomimetic Dentists Avoid Root Canals?

1) High Quality Dentistry - Well placed strong restorations, done with extreme care and detail.  Allowing for easy cleaning, i.e. brushing and flossing.  Rough or poor fitting restorations of teeth will lead to problems over time.

2) Comprehensive Exams to determine appropriate time to treat a damaged or weakened teeth.  For example, proactive treatment of existing old leaking silver-mercury fillings.  Fix problems before they get worse and fix them correctly.

3) Minimally invasive, tooth conserving techniques that keeps all remaining healthy tooth structure.  Preserving healthy tooth structure with each procedure is less damaging to teeth or more specifically less traumatic on the nerve in the center of the tooth.  Also, with more healthy tooth structure teeth will last longer.

4) Safe removal of decay and cracks in tooth.  This means that special care is taken to safely and effectively remove most decay and cracks in teeth, avoiding potential exposure or damage to the nerve/pulp of the tooth.  Protecting the biology of the tooth and allowing the tooth to heal.

5) Completely sealing the inside of the tooth from future bacterial invasion.  Biomimetic Dentistry strives to mimic properties of the natural tooth.  When complex biomimetic bonding techniques are used to seal the inside of a damaged or weakened tooth the tooth can effectively be seal like a natural tooth, mimicking the strong bond and seal enamel has on a tooth.

6) Rebuilding the tooth in layers once the inside of the tooth is sealed.  Layer by layer the tooth is build to with materials that mimic the biomechanical properties of natural teeth allowing the tooth to function with minimal stress or as it was intended too.

The best dentistry is no dentistry, so learning how to prevent dental problems is always ideal.  When teeth become damaged, decayed, or weakened biomimetic dentistry offers the best way to avoid more dentistry and stop the dental cycle.  Do better dentistry to ultimately do less dentistry over time and avoid root canals.  Biomimetic Dentistry allows clients to keep their teeth healthy and last longer.

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Biomimetic Dentistry - Avoiding Crowns

Biomimetic Dentistry, tooth conserving dentistry, can avoid the need for traditional dental crowns by using advanced adhesive (bonding) techniques to strengthen broken or damaged teeth with fillings or conservative ceramic onlays.  Teeth are rebuilt is ways that mimic the natural tooth.  Natural teeth are strong, flexible, resilient, and rarely fail.....our best model.  Biomimetic dentistry has evolved from studying the biomechanics of natural teeth.  Proven techniques have developed that allow dentists to confidently rebuild teeth in ways to mimic the form, function, and appearance of natural teeth.  Biomimetic repairs of teeth (fillings and ceramic onlays) are minimally invasive and conservative, only repairing/replacing the parts of the tooth that are weak, damaged, broken, or decayed. Everything that is health about a tooth is left alone or untouched.  Biomimetic dentists believe in preserving healthy tooth structure to insure the tooth remains healthy, needs less dental work over time, and ultimately last longer.  Avoiding crowns with Biomimetic Dentistry is Better Dentistry......healthier for the tooth and healthier for the whole body, requires less frequent future repairs, and ultimately less cost.  Less Dentistry done Better!

For more information about how Biomimetic Dentistry can Avoid Crowns please visit www.academyofbiomimeticdent.org

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