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Non-toxic Dentistry: What Is It and What Does It Cost

Date: Thursday, June 7, 2018 1:00 PM EDT

When selecting a dentist for yourself and your family, it’s important to choose someone who is not just affordable but skilled and effective as well. These days, there has been an increased interest in non-toxic dentistry (also called holistic dentistry) for just these reasons; not only are holistic dental practices better for your overall dental health, they can also be more affordable than more traditional dental services (and even when they aren’t cheaper, you can still be assured that you’re getting high quality care for the cost). In this article we will explain a little bit about what holistic dentistry entails and also briefly discuss how pricing compares between regular dentistry and non-toxic holistic dentistry.

What is holistic dentistry?

A holistic approach to dentistry means that your dental specialist will not simply focus on fixing your current tooth problems and leave it at that. Instead, they will not only help you with any dental issues but also explain to your the relevance of your dental health to the well-being of the rest of your body. They will explain to you how your oral health can impact your cardiovascular health as well as your risk for developing diabetes or other serious health problems. They will also work with you to find safe and healthy ways of handling oral care. For example, a holistic dental practice will not use  amalgam fillings, because they believe the mercury contained in those fillings  has the potential to be toxic and harmful to your overall health. As a result, they use a different type of fillings that are both safer and less noticeable, helping you to have better oral health while also minimizing the visual impact of your fillings.

It’s also worth mentioning that since holistic dental practices are, as mentioned previously, more involved and offer more comprehensive care than ordinary dental practices, you will usually be getting a greater value for your money if you choose to utilize a holistic dental practice.More about the author at https://paigewoods.com/

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