Holistic Dentistry Services


-Comprehensive, Periodic and Limited Examinations

-Intra-oral Camera (Uses State of the Art Photonics)

WOW Exam

-Comprehensive Dental Exam 

-Hair Mineral Analysis 

-Nutritional Exam

-2 Applied Kinesiology Sessions (muscle testing)

-Standard Process Supplements/Herbs


Safe Mercury Removal

-Bio-Compatible Resin Filling

-Ceramic Tooth Replacement

-Drill-less Cavity Replacement

-Ceramic Crowns/Implants

Oral Surgery 

-Cavitation Elimination and Extractions

-Antimicrobial Irrigation 



-Prophylaxis (with Essential Oils

-Preventative Resins


-Air Abrasion 


The Mouth is the Window to the Health of the Body

It reveals whether or not you are eating foods that are best for you; if you are drinking enough water or if you may be at risk for disease.

The mouth is filled with many bacteria. Some of these bacteria are linked to tooth decay and periodontal (gum) disease. Periodontal disease and ongoing inflammation from periodontitis may be connected with diabetes and stroke just to name a few. 

People with diabetes are more likely to develop periodontal disease and have more severe periodontitis than non diabetics. 

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1. Healthy

-Pink gum color

-Gum line hugs teeth tightly

-No Bleeding

-No sensitivity

2. Gingivitis

-Gums bleed

-Inflamed red gum tissue

-Mild sensitivity 

-Bad breath and bad taste

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3. Early Periodontitis

-Gums pull away from teeth

-Inflamed red gum tissue

-Bad breath and bad taste

-Mild/Moderate sensitivity

-Deep pockets of infection

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4. Moderate Periodontitis

-Periodontal abscesses

-Gums recede/teeth look longer

-Loose or separating teeth

-Bad breath and bad taste

-Moderate sensitivity

-Deeper pockets of infection

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5. Advanced Periodontitis

-Mobile or loose teeth

-Exposed roots

-Loss of adjacent supporting bone

-Deepest pockets of infection

-Moderate/Severe sensitivity

Pocket Depth Measurement

A member of your dental team can determine if you have periodontal disease by performing a quick and relatively painless procedure using an instrument called a probe to measure the size and depth of the pockets in the gums.


Pockets that are four or more millimeters in depth may be an indication of infection or disease. 

X-Rays: Determining Bone Loss

Periodontal disease is a silent persistent bacterial infection involving the gums and the bone that support your teeth.


Once this support is damaged you will begin to lose bone. The amount of bone loss can be seen in x-rays.