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Most Common Oral Hygiene Mistakes Revealed
added on: August 19, 2015

A proper oral hygiene routine seems pretty straight forward. You brush twice a day, floss at least once a day, and your teeth thank you for it. It’s as easy as that, right? Not necessarily. At my dental office in Yorktown Heights, we want to provide you with a little… Read More…

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Too-White Teeth? Is That Possible?
added on: August 5, 2015

We all dream of having that streamlined, pearly white smile that lights up a room. But many things from coffee and wine to aging and smoking can cause our grins to take on a dingy appearance. It’s normal. When this happens, we usually reach for the whitening gel. At my… Read More…

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Root Canal Treatment & The Toxic Tooth: a matter of choice
added on: July 27, 2015

  The benefit of having root canal therapy (RCT) preformed is to preserve the tooth if an infection or inflammation has compromised it. This aids in the maintenance of the structural integrity of the mouth. The technology of treatment has advanced dramatically over the past ten years and continues to… Read More…

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The Dental Connection in Cardiac Pain and Arrhytmia
added on: June 15, 2015

In her work on the study of trigger points, Janet Travel, MD1 spoke of her observations that trigger points in the Pectoralis Major seemed to generate reflexive reaction in the heart resulting in irregular heart beats. Sometimes the pain originating in the tight tender areas of this muscle were perceived by the… Read More…

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Nutrition and Degenerative Dental DiseaseTooth Decay and Gum
added on: June 15, 2015

Nutrition and Degenerative Dental Disease Tooth Decay and Gum Disease are commonly thought of as caused by plaque, or growths of bacteria on the teeth. Oral hygiene is stressed for prevention, and that’s good. Fluoride is used to harden enamel and make it more resistant to decay. Research from around the world… Read More…

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General Guidelines for the Patient Undergoing Removal of Mercury- Amalgam Fillings
added on: June 15, 2015

It is beyond our scope to diagnose and treat mercury toxicity. The following basic guidelines are a synthesis of information from various publications, protocols published by other health care professionals, and information presented at various symposium’s that Dr. Lerner has attended. For a more comprehensive diagnosis and treatment you should see a… Read More…

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Dental Distress Syndrome – Fonder
added on: June 15, 2015

The Dental Distress Syndrome Quantified     By: Dr. A.C. Fonder The W. B. Saunder’s Medical Dictionary defines a syndrome as a complex of symptoms; a set of symptoms which occur together; the sum of any morbid state.1 Research has demonstrated that excessive dental distress routinely coexists with a pattern of… Read More…

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BioPhysics, Biochemistry, & Biomechanics
added on: June 15, 2015

My Paradigm by David Lerner, DDS Bio-Physics: field theory and quantum physics, the energetic nature of all things, electromagnetic fields of the body, role in development and differentiation, holographic nature of the body, resonance phenomenon, Homeopathy, the science of Acupuncture, tooth-meridian associations…..Implications for dentistry Bio-Chemistry: the energetic nature of biochemistry, concept of BiologicTerrain, qualities… Read More…

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Anti-Aging Dentistry
added on: June 15, 2015

Anti-Aging dentistry? As we get older our bodies change. It seems pretty natural . Yet for many of us the changes that occur are not actually ageing but the gradual onset of disease. Often the onset is gradual , things sneak up on us. Or so it seems We might put… Read More…

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Allergy or Toxicity Related to Dental Materials
added on: June 15, 2015

Exercise Your Freedom of Choice Choose dentistry free of mercury, free of bis-phenols (BPA), and free of other potentially harmful substances Historically the materials used in the repair of teeth have been chosen based on their physical properties without a full understanding of the biological consequences. Recent surveys reveal over 50% of… Read More…

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