• Mercury Free Dentistry
  • Safe Removal of Mercury Fillings
  • Metal-free dentistry
  • Detoxification Advice / Treatment
  • Dental Homeopathy
  • Nutritional Advice / Treatment
  • Root Canal Infection Advice / Treatment
  • Mouth,Gum & Jaw Infections Advice / Treatment
  • Gum Disease Advice/Treatment
  • Bad Breath advice/treatment
  • Dental hygienist
  • Crowns, Bridges and Dentures
  • Replacement of missing teeth

With respect to dentistry, this means viewing the mouth, teeth, gums, jaws and “oral environment” in “connection” with the rest of the body and the person. A person is an integrated whole, and anything that happens in one part affects the whole person.

The mouth is the primary connection of the “outside” environment with the “inside” environment, and this makes the mouth a unique and very important place regarding general health and should be viewed and approached in this manner.

The health of the mouth, teeth and gums is an integral and important aspect of general health, and the presence of disease here can contribute to or even cause other health problems.

Health practitioners of all kinds are increasingly recognising this. For example, it is now known that gum disease can be a significant factor in heart disease.

The idea that “low grade” or “minor” infections that one might not be aware of, in one part of the body, can affect general health or other parts of the body is actually not new and has been around for over 100 years and is being “re-discovered”. Dead teeth and Root Canal treatments can be a major source of such infections. Click here to see how and why you should prevent teeth infection.