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Dental materials and dental procedures have far reaching effects upon health that are only now being acknowledged. The MouthBody Doctor defines a new paradigm of holistic dental care which recognises the interrelatedness of the health of the mouth to that of the body and the role of nutrition in oral and facial health and development.


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    Video: Mouth-Body Doctor Quotations About Amalgam

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    This video offers quotations from the pages of the Mouth-Body Doctor website about the continued use of mercury-containing dental amalgam as a restorative filling material  in dentistry and the widespread mercury poisoning it causes. 7 mins Relevant products: For more … Continue reading

    Video: Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Oxygen

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    This video explains hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) treatment which places an individual in a high pressure oxygen chamber in order to raise levels of oxygen in the body to effect healing. It can be used to promote healing in all sorts … Continue reading

    Research: Mercury-Induced Inflammation

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    Professor Vera Stejskal PhD of the Department of Immunology, University of Stockholm, discusses why it is that, despite widespread exposure to metals, only a minority of people develop allergic and autoimmune disorders such as ASIA syndrome (ie: Autoimmune/Inflammatory Syndrome Induced … Continue reading

    Video: Mouth-Body Doctor Quotations About Science & The Nature of Reality

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    Regular visitors to the Mouth-Body Doctor website will know that there are regularly updated slides with quotations on most pages. This video offers a compilation of some of the slides relating to problems with the current scientific worldview including what … Continue reading

    The Dangers of Local Anaesthetics

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    Just over twenty years ago in 1993, the US Food and Drug Administration found that the local anaesthetic, lignocaine (a.k.a. xylocaine or lidocaine), which is commonly used by dentists breaks down in humans to form 2, 6-dimethylaniline (2,6-xylidine). In fact, … Continue reading