List of biological dentists in Australia

I love this video by David Wolf on how to care for your teeth.

Next time you visit a dentist look for a biological or holistic one. You want to search for some who does mercury (amalgam) free fillings. They will also remove any existing mercury fillings safely using a rubber dam and dispose of them correctly. They will also have a follow-up protocol.

Your teeth are alive, so look after them.

Here are some of the biological dentists I am aware of:

Queensland

New South Wales

South Australia

Victoria

New Zealand

  • Dr Gregory Gibb, Auckland
  • Dr Mike Godrey, Bay of Plenty

Please leave a comment below if you  have seen any other holistic dentists and can recommend them.

If you are passionate about this subject, you can visit:

Australians for Mercury Free Dentistry
www.facebook.com/MercuryFree

www.twitter.com/Aus4MercuryFree

8 thoughts on “List of biological dentists in Australia

  1. SM

    Thank you for your resource list. I have recently had my amalgams removed at Evolve and can highly recommend them. I felt well cared for and secure in the knowledge that my fillings were being removed safely. Having a list of dentists who offer safe amalgam removal like this makes it very easy when people are researching.

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  2. Caroline Turewicz

    Dr Terry Rose is a member of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) and is one of only 2 dentists in Melbourne that follows their protocol for safe amalgam removal. Patients are often referred to him by naturopaths and holistic GPs for his holistic approach to dentistry. Please add him to your list of biological dentists in Melbourne.

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  3. Caroline Turewicz

    We are a dental practice in Moonee Ponds and Sunbury Victoria and we are a mercury free and mercury safe practice and offer safe amalgam removal. We follow the safe amalgam removal protocols from the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT). Please see our website for more information.

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  4. Bob Smith

    A biological dentist and a holistic dentist is not the same thing.
    You may want to revise the list.

    Holistic may remove amalgam with all the proper protocols but not remove it from the biochemistry.

    Chorella cannot pull mercury out of the brain, it is not confirmed by the biochemistry.

    Holistic dentistry also tends to ignore those ‘bio-compatible’ dead teeth (root filling/ implant).
    DNA test them, see what is hiding there.

    Where as biological dentistry looks at the life of every tooth and how it interferes with the rest of the body, toxicity and vitality.

    If a toxin (bacteria or heavy metal) is removed from the tooth, how is it then removed from the body and confirmed?

    Even if the dead tooth has been sterilised and the periodontal ligament has been removed, once the tooth has been placed in a non-sterile mouth, can you still guarantee sterility now?

    Unfortunately once the tooth has lost a blood supply Mother Nature designs organic material to decompose. The pulp may be sterilised but not the fine microscopic dental tubules. No oxygen and nutrients feeding the tubules the gram-negative bacteria start to take hold.

    Think twice when looking at a ‘holistic dentist/ biological dentist’. Do they remove amalgams but leave infection behind?

    Do they act like they refer on to a practitioner that thinks they can remove the rest of the toxins in the body with a well-marketed product that claims to detox mercury?

    Without biochemical confirmation we presume we have treated ‘the disease label’ mercury with a cure. Unfortunately toxins cannot be treated with a cure.

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