The next three months I will give you a glimpse of the many ideas and helpful tools I share in my new book, “Holistic Dental Care“, to help people obtain and maintain optimal health and vitality with a beautiful smile.
The book is broken down into three main parts, describing the physical, emotional and spiritual bodies and how the balance in all three can be achieved and maintained by the patient at home. We will explore wellness from multiple angles, which I believe is the most meaningful way we can improve our lives, including our oral health, specifically our teeth and gums.
Part One – Our Physical Body – is what we are most familiar with, what we can see and touch, and often spend too much of our time mistakenly trying to control. It touches on: the four ways to keep your teeth and gums for a lifetime, six best ways to prevent tooth decay, ways to rebuild your teeth naturally, dentistry’s best kept secret, the most poisonous things in dentistry, why fluoride does not work as effectively as you think and lots about your diet, nutrition and your teeth and gums health.
While the physical body implies our flesh and blood, organs, brain, etc., this section, while focusing primarily on dental health, will also expand the definition of our physical body beyond the obvious. For example, as we learn about the world of quantum physics, we start to understand that there are parts of our physical body that we cannot see or touch.
These are invisible energy fields and patterns that are just as much a part of us as our noses or toes and they can even be measured and controlled. I will introduce some of these concepts and how they relate to holistic dentistry and our general health and vitality.
It is a fascinating journey through the physical, emotional and spiritual bodies and I hope it helps everyone to achieve wellness, balance and health.
Stay tuned next month for the Part Two – Emotional Body section of this fascinating journey.