“There Is Little Doubt” About Fluoride’s Neurotoxicity, New Research Says

Posted on Wednesday, February 26th, 2020

Back in 2014, a lot of holistically-minded folks got really excited about a paper in The Lancet Neurology, as it very clearly identified fluoride, among 10 other chemical elements and compounds, as being neurotoxic to children. But fluoride wasn’t it’s only concern. Rather, in reviewing some of the newer science on “developmental neurotoxicity of industrial […]

“Exuberant Hair on the Chin & Neck”…& Gums?

Posted on Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

Well, this is something you don’t see every day: According to the recently published case report, the woman was 19 when she noticed one of the eyelash-like hairs sticking out from her gums and sought help. The doctors found that she had polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a hormone disorder in that can cause excess hair […]

KTH Flashback: Some Basic Principles of Biological Regulation

Posted on Wednesday, February 12th, 2020

Biological dentistry developed out of biological medicine. Unlike conventional medicine, which relies largely on drugs and surgeries that may give the appearance of health, biological medicine focuses on restoring the body’s innate ability to self-regulate to facilitate healing. When you’re conditioned to see the conventional, linear approach as the norm, it can be hard to […]

About that New Honey Nut Cheerios Commercial…

Posted on Wednesday, February 5th, 2020

So this is a thing that Cheerios is doing, “in an effort to propel heart health conversations”: So let’s have a conversation about how “heart healthy” these can possibly be, considering the amount of added sugar in the stuff. In fact, sugar is the second ingredient listed after those “heart healthy” whole grain oats. Oh, […]

How the Extracellular Matrix Influences Your Health

Posted on Wednesday, January 29th, 2020

When you’ve grown up in a world where Western Medicine dominates, it can be hard at first to wrap your brain around the concept of regulative medicine and especially the influence of the extracellular matrix (ECM) – a/k/a the biological terrain – on health and illness. Since regulative medicine is the foundation of biological dentistry, […]

Don’t Floss & Drive (or “Drive,” for That Matter)

Posted on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020

Sure, Tesla says that its Autopilot features are meant only to be used with “active driver supervision and do not make the car autonomous.” You don’t have to look hard, though, to find Tesla “drivers” taking advantage of the system, letting the car take over while they apply makeup, for instance, or eat breakfast. Motorists […]

Is a Root Canal with Ozone Any Better?

Posted on Wednesday, January 15th, 2020

One reason why root canal treatment is such a challenge is that it’s not just the root canals themselves that must be cleaned out and disinfected. There are also the miles of microscopic tubules that form dentin, the tooth’s middle layer of tissue – a perfect harbor for bacteria, fungi, and other pathogens. That’s a […]

Toothpaste: To Foam or Not to Foam?

Posted on Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

If you’ve been using a regular toothpaste all your life, it can feel pretty strange to use something like the tooth powder we told you about last month or a product like “Toothy Tabs.” They just don’t foam. Just as a minty flavor has come to be associated with freshness, so foam has come to […]

Biological Dental Health in 2019 – A Last Look Back

Posted on Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

It might be safe to say that 2019 was the year of the root canal – or, rather, the year of surging interest in the potential impact of root canal treatment on overall health and well-being. And for that, you can thank the 2018 documentary film Root Cause, which made it onto Netflix and Amazon […]

Another New Natural Toothpaste Arrives. Is It Worth a Try?

Posted on Wednesday, December 11th, 2019

“The toothpaste aisle is the worst.” There are only like two toothpaste companies and they make about 1,000 different types. The Crest and Colgate racks are clearly delineated by their conveniently — maybe too conveniently — recognizable color patterns. Each of Crest’s 500 toothpaste varieties comes inside a box that is some shade of blue. […]

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