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A holistic dentistry’s approach aims to look at the person as a whole, not just their dental issues. There are many different dental treatments, procedures, and preventative measures that we believe in. We want to provide a place for our patients to find information on questions they may have. Of course, these resources can just be a starting place, as we always encourage patients to ask us about anything!
Biomimetic dentistry is a field of dentistry that aims to replicate the natural structure and function of teeth using advanced materials and techniques. This approach to dentistry has several benefits over traditional methods, including improved durability, increased...
Are you looking for an alternative to traditional dentistry, focusing more on your overall health and well-being? If so, holistic dentistry may be the right choice for you. When providing dental care, holistic dentistry considers a person’s entire physical, mental,...
Vitamin D is essential for the health and well-being of our teeth, but it's often overlooked as a beneficial nutrient in oral care. Taking adequate vitamin D levels can help decrease tooth decay and gum disease risk while improving overall dental health. In this...
Holistic dentistry is a practice that emphasises the whole person rather than simply providing traditional treatments like fillings and implants. A holistic dentist looks at the patient's lifestyle and habits as part of their diagnosis and treatment plan. They...
Are you aware that when having dental fillings, the type of material used can have a massive impact on your overall health? Mercury-based amalgam fillings contain mercury – one of the most toxic substances known to humankind. With increasing evidence to support why we...
Ozone therapy has gained much popularity as an alternative therapy for dental health. This therapy is based on the fact that ozone, a naturally occurring gas, has powerful healing properties. It is now used to treat cavities, gum disease, and tooth decay to help...
When it comes to your oral health, you might think that all toothpaste is created equal. Unfortunately, this is not the case – many store-bought brands contain cheap ingredients that can actually be damaging to your teeth and gums over time. In this blog post, we'll...
Do you ever wish there was a natural way to keep your teeth and gums healthy? If you're looking for an alternative to traditional tooth care, essential oils might be the solution. Increasingly popular as a holistic approach to health, these plant-based extracts are...
Oral health is essential, and one should not avoid it or neglect it at any cost. If left untreated, these issues lead to losing your natural teeth. It helps ensure you can remove the necessary plaque from your mouth. It would be best if you took the time to brush and...
Do you want a healthy and strong smile without undergoing expensive dental treatments? If yes, then we have you covered. You may not realize it, but your pearly whites are one of the most essential parts of your body. They allow you to chew and digest food properly...
Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder that affects millions in the world. It is a potentially serious condition in which your breathing pauses or becomes shallow when the patient sleeps due to blocked airways. While most people think of snoring as the main symptom, it...
Teeth cleaning is an indispensable part of maintaining your oral health. Whether you're a regular dental patient or have been putting off your appointment for years, the benefits of teeth cleaning are too significant to ignore. While most people know that they should...
If you have an autoimmune disease, you may wonder how it will affect your dental health. Unfortunately, there is no easy answer, as the effects can vary depending on the individual oral health condition. However, there are a few points to think about. For example,...
Dental fillings are an essential part of dental care. They help to fill cavities and repair tooth decay. However, not all dental fillings are equal. Some contain mercury, which can be toxic to the body, while others are biocompatible and pose no risk to...
Holistic dentistry is an alternative approach to treating dental problems with non-toxic, metal-free materials. It begins with examining your overall health to determine how it affects your dental health. The main belief of holistic dentistry is that illness in one...
5 Things to Do After Dental SurgeryDental emergencies may occur anytime anywhere unexpectedly. It’s essential to recognize dental emergencies, act with care, and follow what is necessary after having a dental emergency. So, here’s 5 things you must do after a dental...
Flossing AlternativesHaving a healthy smile makes us confident and improves our self-esteem. It’s essential to maintain good dental hygiene practices if we want a beautiful, bright smile. With new advances in dentistry, there are more easy but cost-effective methods...
We chose to be Sugar Land Dentists because we wanted to be close to the sweetest people in Texas! Aside from that, Sugar Land has a rich tradition of health and wellness. Our families have called this area home for over 30 years and we’re proud to continue the Sugar Land tradition by serving as trusted dentists and health practitioners.
The International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine (IABDM) has many resources to help you locate a holistic practitioner. Read on to discover what they can offer. Where can you find a trustworthy holistic dentist? The task might seem daunting at first....
Are you scared of the dentist? Do you feel anxious? You’re not alone, 60% of people are fearful of the dentist! It can be the fear of pain, smells, drills, or a plethora of reasons. We understand that going to the dentist may not be the easiest. That’s why it’s important to us to offer different relaxation options while you’re here!
Dental Emergencies always happen when you least expect them and at the worst possible times. Whether its a tooth chipping while watching the playoffs or a crown that breaks while you’re having lunch with your child, We’ve Got You Covered!
Many of us do not think about how we breathe… We just do it subconsciously. It is hard to stay conscious about something that comes so naturally;
At Pure Holistic Dental, our experienced doctors work alongside myofunctional therapists to loosen and remove ties occuring in the oral cavity.
Laser Dentistry refers to the use of lasers to treat a number of different dental conditions. This can range anywhere from cutting a tooth for removal of a cavity to reshaping the gums.
The Homeoblock appliance is a revolutionary patented oral device that is much like a retainer in looks, but the results go way beyond teeth straightening.
Tonsil stones are calcifications that develop on the tonsils, usually yellow or white and towards the back on the sides.
What are amalgam fillings? Amalgam fillings are made up of various metals and used to fill cavities, especially in your back teeth. Typical amalgam fillings consist of about 50% elemental mercury by weight. Fillings may be the worldwide number one source of mercury...
Fluoride toxicity is a controversial topic. Research shows it’s a neurotoxin when ingested, but it also has robust research to prove topical use of fluoride supports the remineralization of teeth and may prevent tooth decay (AKA dental caries).
Bonded bridges are one of the most widely-used methods. Here are six benefits of using a bonded bridge to replace a missing tooth.
Many of us are not aware that tooth infections can cause more than just pain. They can also lead to fatigue, poor sleep quality, depression or anxiety, and an increased risk for heart disease. There are many causes of tooth decay that may be difficult to detect on...
Curious about visiting a Holistic Dentist? This article will explain in detail the reasons you should rethink your traditional.
Many patients come to us with the question, “do I really need a night guard?” A night guard is commonly prescribed by your dentist in order to protect your teeth from chipping if you are at risk for clenching or grinding your teeth.
Contrary to what most dentists believe, we say no!
The International Association of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) provides practitioners with abundant resources regarding a holistic approach to oral care. Furthermore, dentists who complete IAOMT certification programs are knowledgeable in holistic dentistry and...
Missing teeth often necessitate the use of dental bridges. Tooth loss can occur due to an injury, decay or a congenital condition. Patients experiencing tooth loss can suffer from a host of ailments.
Safe, effective, and minimally invasive, metal-free partials are a top choice among holistic practitioners. This dental device is a form of partial denture.
Routine cleanings are an important part of maintaining optimal oral care. Without them, plaque and bacteria can build up and cause decay.
A toothache is one of the most irritating feelings in the world. Some symptoms are constant and the pain may not go away, even if you take medicine. If you’re experiencing toothaches, it is time to go to the dentist. Tooth pain can occur for many different reasons....
Gum disease or periodontal disease is a serious oral disease that can have a major effect on your teeth--and your overall health. Although periodontal disease starts in the mouth, having the disease puts you at risk for developing more serious diseases like heart...
From the day your first tooth grows into your mouth, taking care of your teeth and overall oral health becomes a lifelong process. Some have better luck with healthy teeth than others. For people who have had lifelong struggles with their teeth, tooth restoration...
Going to the dentist can be a very unpleasant task for some. It is especially difficult when you are uncertain about a procedure that you need. It is also hard not knowing which materials is the dentist going to use in your mouth. Proper dental work is so important to...
Dental hygiene is imperative in order to live a healthy lifestyle. Most generally recommend that patients should get their teeth cleaned once every six months. While the frequency may vary,
Dentistry, like other forms of healthcare, has progressed over the years. If you are old enough to have experienced dental work before the new millennium, you and your teeth vividly know the difference–especially with dental procedures like filling a cavity.
Dental implants are a common surgery that is performed to replace the root of a tooth with a metal post. An artificial tooth is attached to the metal implant in order to ensure regular functioning and appearance inside the mouth.
Silver Nitrate: A History The use of silver in dentistry and homeopathic health is not new. In fact, SN has been used for several years in dentistry. (Fun Fact! The earliest known use of Silver Nitrate in a dental setting was in the year 1000 AD. Silver was first...
As health experts expand their thinking, do more research, and evolve their techniques, it’s becoming clear that the “Holistic” approach that was shunned by academia previously is becoming more mainstream. This results in better care for the patient and awareness for anyone who enters the office.
Amalgam fillings are made up of various metals and used to fill cavities, especially in your back teeth. Typical amalgam fillings consist of about 50% elemental mercury by weight. Fillings may be the worldwide number one source of mercury exposure to humans.
Fluoride is a controversial topic. Research shows it’s a neurotoxin when ingested, but it also has robust research to prove topical use of fluoride supports the remineralization of teeth and may prevent tooth decay (AKA dental caries).
A conventional root canal procedure is a dental treatment used to repair and save a deeply decayed tooth. During this endodontic treatment, a general dentist or endodontist will remove the nerve and pulp, then clean and seal the inner tooth.
Our goal at Pure Holistic Dental is to try to save our patient’s tooth. However, there are situations when that is not possible, which include: no structure left above the gum, tooth is cracked/fractured or tooth has serve infection. Once we have determined the tooth must come out, we use a procedure to extract it as safely as possible.
At Pure Holistic Dental we do not change mercury fillings without cause. We implement a SAFE protocol when we find cracks or chips in existing mercury fillings to replace these failing restorations.
Most people are in severe pain before the procedure is complete. And while the pain may subside after the procedure, a traditional root canal may not get rid of all the infection. The infection in the root canal has the potential to spread throughout the roots and cause issues in the body.
Holistic Dentists are also known as Biological, Natural or Comprehensive Dentists. These dentist look at the effects of dental materials, procedures, and techniques on the body. A true holistic dentist never uses toxic materials such as, BPA fillings, Fluoride, or Mercury because they know the negative affects these have on someone’s health.
Our Holistic Dental Services
- – Checkups & Cleanings
- – Saliva pH Testing
- – Gum Therapy
- – Oral Cancer Screenings
- – Natural Medicines
- – Ozone Therapy
- – Fluoride-Free Cavity Prevention
- – Safe-Mercury Removal
- – Biocompatible Fillings
- – Root Canal Alternatives
- – Biological Tooth Extractions
- – Airway Appliances
- – CBD Oil – Relaxing Gas
- – Painless Injections
- – Noise-Cancelling Headphones
- – Acupuncture – Head and Neck Massage
- – Ozone Therapy
- – Iodine
- – Silver Nitrate
- – Colloidal Silver
- – SalivaMax Rinse
- – Flouride-Free Cavity Prevention
ROOT CANAL ALTERNATIVES
- – Consequences of Missing Teeth
- – Mental-Free Dental Implants education
- – Mental-Free Partials
- – Root Canal Removal
- – Consequences of Missing Teeth
- – Mental-Free Dental Implants
- – Mental-Free Partials
- – Root Canal Removal
- – Reversing Cavities
- – Frenectomies
- – Myofuntional Therapy
- – Growth Appliances
- – Sleep Disorders
- – Vitamin deficiencies
- – Toxic exposures
- – Speech Impediments
- – Headache symptoms
- – Heavy Metal Toxicity
Are we a good fit for you?
- You want to save time and money over your lifetime to get optimal health
- Your goal is to be the healthiest version of yourself to feel the best
- You want the least amount of dental work possible