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Dentistry, like medicine, affects every single one of us sooner or later.
Some are affected or exposed to it literally from birth should they be born with a genetic defect such as a cleft lip or palate or both and mongolism or acquire or develop a defect later as in malocclusion (abnormal bite), tooth decay or even a maxillo-facial accident.

The progress of dentistry and its specialisms ranging from oral surgery and periodontics to orthodontics and cosmetic/aesthetic dentistry, has transformed the way many oral and dental problems are approached and treated. No longer is it necessary to have to ‘put up’ with anything since today’s dentistry has the solution to almost everything.

Today we are confirming what we have known for decades: that the mouth is an extremely important part of the body not only for the diagnosis of disease but also as the source of the cause of many of our major systemic illnesses; oral bacteria and cardiovascular disease, dental fillings and ME, root canal fillings and autoimmune disease to name but a few.

Dentists now recognise the importance to health of many of the materials used which were once considered to be inert, or even harmless. Materials such as amalgam fillings – a mix of tin, silver, mercury and other metals including thallium – used extensively worldwide and especially in children’s teeth, fluoride which was also used to paint liberally on children’s teeth and prescribed in pills as well as added to water supplies, chromium, cobalt and nickel which were used in dental appliances such as partial dentures as well as crowns.
All these materials have since been shown to have a direct affect not only on our cells but also on our enzyme systems with disastrous consequences.

Even the methods for the removal and disposal of amalgam fillings – there is no place for amalgam in dentistry and it should NEVER be used – in the dentist’s practice has now kept pace with the stringent security measures which are taken in the production of its most toxic constituent: mercury.
Holistic dentists use techniques to protect themselves, their patients and their staff while removing amalgam which are very similar to those used by personnel in the mining, extraction, purification and storage of mercury. They wear protective clothing, gloves and masks and use efficient air extraction devices since mercury, in any quantity, is a known poison.

Fluoride is another such poison which is discarded as a waste product from the paper industry. It too has no place in dentistry as a controversial form of protection against tooth decay, and least of all in the young and the vulnerable.

Just because something has been in use for many years without any direct or clear evidence that it affects us adversely does not mean it is safe. Many known poisons and toxic substances such as arsenic and radiation have cumulative effects and take a long time to show up. And even then, the signs and symptoms are very similar to those displayed in many other conditions. The drug thalidomide was once hailed a godsend for the pain in pregnancy until its calamitous effects on the offspring emerged two generations later.
Whenever something seems too good to be true, in medicine at least, it usually is.

Remember always that your mouth and teeth are a very important part of your body and there is only one type of dentistry that should be practised and one type of dentistry you should ascribe to: holistic dentistry.
This is your assurance that you are being treated as a unique person with a heart, lungs, liver, kidneys and brain as well as a mouth and teeth, and not just a mouth and teeth with a person attached.

An Integral Health DNA Hair Test not only can identify the epigenetic factors which possibly give rise to cause/causes of an imbalance in the body and the potential for signs and symptoms of disease; it is also able to highlight the nutrient and lifestyle recommendations specific for each unique individual, helping to ensure they are able to achieve optimum health - naturally.

Click here to download your Integral Health Hair Test form and attach three to four strands of your hair from anywhere on the body.  We must have the root on at least one of the hairs, that is the white or black bulb on the end of the hair.   Simply Cellotape the hairs in the space provided on the Integral Health Hair Test form and send it to us at: Integral Health, Suite 215, 14 Chertsey Road, Woking, GU21 5AH along with payment of £130 (retest £95) made out to 'Integral Health' or click Hair Test Payment for other methods of payment.  

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