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The aim of dentistry is to “save every tooth.” Sounds good, but at what price? This book asserts that “no tooth is worth damaging your immune system.” Is a tooth worth a chronic illness? Dentistry is fraught with toxic time bombs that can destroy the quality of your life and even shorten it. It happens all the time. This book is a self defense manual for patients who don’t want to be victimized. Dentists are dangerous because they have a mechanical, not a biological, view of their work. And their interests are NOT the same as yours. The profit motive can put blinders on people. The author discusses the economic, political, and legal forces that make the dental business so deadly. Yes, it is a business. On page 83 he says that the ADA can revoke dental licenses. No trade organization should have that kind of power over its members! Insurance companies also can derail the best interests of the patient. This book far exceeded my expectations. It is very informative, clear and easy to read. It is understandable to lay readers and covers all the angles, with special emphasis on mercury fillings. It covers crowns, bridges, root canals, implants, everything. It is a scathing, but fair and justified, attack on dentistry as practiced today. And it offers alternatives.
Review: Tooth TruthUser Review - Goodreads
The book is beneficial to those seeking dental work & additional knowledge concerning procedures & options prior to entering into contractual work with the DDS. I was able to utilize some of the ...
WHATS THE PROBLEM?
HOW TO FIND THE TRUTH
THE ROLE OF ORGANIZED DENTISTRY
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Cancer and the Search for Selective Biochemical Inhibitors, Second Edition
Limited preview - 2010