Dentistry With The Whole Body In Mind. Your mouth is a window to your health. When we evaluate your teeth, gums, tongue and tissues, we consider the needs and condition of your whole body
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Meet Dr. Taylor
Looking For A Dentist Who Really Listens? Patients who come to Dr. Taylor want to be active partners in optimizing their health. For treatment specific to your body, you want a Dr. who has mastered the art of listening to you - first.
We believe in providing dental care specifically and ideally suited for your needs through preventative, integrative (holistic), and science based (biological) practices. We care for your dental needs in the context of your whole-body health, considering your nutrition, emotional health, physical health, and any sensitivities or environmental exposures. When we need to provide restorative … [Read More...]
Root Canal Alternatives
Dr. Mercola recently posted on his website regarding the health risks he sees in root canals. Mind you, the emphasis isn’t on root canals themselves, because Dr. Mercola acknowledges that root canals save teeth. His concern is more with whole-body health. He cites the research of a 20th-Century dentist Dr. Weston Price … [Read More...]
Dental Materials Sensitivities
Natural DIY Mouthrinse
Make it · Use it · Share it Our family motto for selecting hygiene products is "keep it clean and simple". I keep this tonic on my kitchen counter for an in-between meals oral rinse and also in my bathroom for brushing my teeth. With 4 clean and simple ingredients you can make my "famous" Tooth Tonic. ~ … [Read More ...]
The ADA (American Dental Association) supports the belief that fluoride use -- particularly when ingested internally -- prevents tooth decay. Is this accurate ... and at what risk? Here is what the Fluoride Action Network has to say about it. Key Findings - Fluoride & Tooth Decay (Caries) According to the current consensus view … [Read More...]