Oh, the Humanity!

Posted on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018

Would you like to get your dental care from a robot? If you said “no, thanks,” you’re in a narrow majority. According to a recent survey, 51% said they “were moderately or strongly opposed to robotic dentistry.” Of course, it makes a difference what type of procedure is asked about. While most expressed little opposition […]


Recommended Reading: The Implant Biz, the Modern Jaw

Posted on Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

The Danger Within Us One of the things we love about our patients is that they tend to be devoted to learning as much as they can about mouth-body health and how to achieve their desired level of wellness. They read. A lot. And it shows. If you’re one of them – or like them […]


Put Up the Piñata!: It’s Root Canal Awareness Week Yet Again

Posted on Wednesday, May 9th, 2018

Updated from the original Another year, another National Root Canal Awareness Week is underway, courtesy of the American Association of Endodontists (i.e., root canal specialists). “Millions of root canal treatments are performed successfully every year,” says one past AAE president, “saving natural teeth and helping patients keep their smiles.” More than 3/4 individuals they surveyed […]


Patients Caught in the Tentacles of the Allopathic System

Posted on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018

By Gary M. Verigin, DDS, CTN   Physicians trained in orthodox Western medicine are marvelously able to treat cases that come into emergency rooms – victims of accidents or shootings, say, or acute infections. They are armed with a wide array of powerful drugs and exceptional surgical skills to save lives, give miraculous relief, or […]


KTH Flashback: Removing Mercury Amalgam Fillings – an Important Step but Just One Step

Posted on Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

Originally posted June 7, 2017; updated Imagine you’re locked in a room where low levels of carbon monoxide are constantly being piped in. Eventually, you start to get a headache. You feel queasy, dizzy, weak. But before you get to feeling any worse, someone comes to let you out. A feeling of relief comes quick. […]


Guest Post: Not Just the Sugars but the Refined Starches, Too

Posted on Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

Our thanks to the office of Houston biological dentist Dr. Bill Glaros for letting us share this recent post from their blog. You’ll find the original here. We’ve all heard that sugar rots your teeth. But believe it or don’t, there may be something even worse: sugar and starch together. At least, that’s the case […]


A Closer Look at the Biological Terrain (a/k/a the Extracellular Matrix)

Posted on Wednesday, March 28th, 2018

Health and illness are driven by the condition of the body’s internal environment or biological terrain. But what is the terrain, exactly? What is it made of? What happens there? How can we support its optimal function – and thus our optimal health? In the webinar below, naturopath Dr. Stefan Kuprowsky covers the essentials of […]


Not Quite the Solution They Expected, Pharma Edition

Posted on Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Remember those millions of new patients created by the latest change in blood pressure guidelines, all freshly eligible for drug treatment they hadn’t needed just the day before? Oops. According to research presented at the recent Scientific Sessions of the American College of Cardiology, two classes of drugs commonly used to lower blood pressure may […]


KTH Flashback: A Tale of Two Surveys, or Dentistry’s Role in Healthcare

Posted on Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

Originally posted August 16, 2017; updated Once upon a time – last year, to be exact – a Pew survey suggested that for all the problems with American healthcare these days, people just lurve their physicians. According to the survey, almost 90% of those who saw a doctor in the past year felt their provider […]


Gummy Supplements: Big Business? Yes. Big Nutrition? Not So Much

Posted on Wednesday, March 7th, 2018

Once upon a time, gummy and other chewable vitamins were just kid stuff. Now, they’re very big business. As the New York Times reported last year, Millions of people are hooked on gummies as a health supplement. Gummy multivitamins accounted for 7.5 percent of the $6 billion multivitamin market in the United States in 2016, […]



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