Make your Dental office more than just teeth…Become the one stop shop for total body wellness!

Research shows people hate going to the dentist from a regular teeth cleaning to root canals and cavity feelings. Lets face it going to the dentist hurts and it’s no wonder we have trouble getting our clients into the office. But maybe there could be a way to make them excited to come in for their annual cleaning. We believe the future of dental practices can have patients wanting to come in for their cleaning if we all take one more step toward preventative total body maintenance. In short dental offices should start providing more than just treatment and cleaning, but a holistic approach to keeping their patients healthy, leading to optimal oral health.

Improving oral hygiene takes more than just your teeth cleaning and maintenance twice a year. You need to start teaching and providing your patients with a wide variety of herbs, essential oils, and other natural means to improve oral health. Help prevent and heal many tooth and gum disorders and allow your client to feel a teeth cleaning with out their gums bleeding.

  • WE encourage you to consider adding a preventative, holistic approach to your dental practice combing your ability to listen and your expertise as a health professional to recommend your clients more than just care for their mouth, but their entire life.

Teach your patients these 3 steps to oral health that will lead to optimal wellness, and increase value to your dental practice:

  1. Dental-health professionals agree that the two most important factor in tooth and gum health is our daily hygiene routing and our diet. If we don’t brush twice a day, plaque and tarter starts to build up and without that regular cleanse the daily grind of eating and drinking, etc. starts to take a toll on the inside of our mouth .
  2. As for our diet, eliminate refined simple sugars from the diet because  Bacteria in the mouth thrive on sugar.  Eat primarily fresh foods free of chemicals, additives, and preservatives. Eating whole grains and high-fiber foods like raw carrots, and chewing them thoroughly, stimulates the gums.
  3. Nutritional supplements also improve dental health. Here are 4 important vitamins, minerals and other enzymes your patient needs to realize is important for their dental health.
  • Antioxidants, including vitamins C and E, zinc, selenium, and beta carotene improve oral health
  • Folic acid reduces plaque, inflammation, and bleeding in the mouth.
  • Coenyzme Q10 helps fight receding gum lines.
  • When we our deficient in Calcium guess where our body pulls calcium form first? Our jaw bone  in the event of a deficiency, is the first source our body begins to pull calcium from which can lead to loose teeth.


Start introducing your clients with new ways to keep their mouth healthy besides their daily oral hygiene routine. Encourage your clients to improve their diet, and take a daily multivitamin that follows USP standards.


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