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Dr. Stanley’s articles are recognised worldwide for their innovation and contribution to the future of dentistry.

“The Golden Era of dentistry is yet to come, underpinned by technology, software, and the potential of artificial intelligence. AI promises quality care at an affordable rate within the safest environment. As we look to the future, we foresee a transformation – a realm governed by new rules of engagement. Indeed, AI will redefine the dental ecosystem.”

Dr Miguel Stanley shares his view of the future of digital dentistry at exocad Insights 2024

Going slow means going further, working smarter, being safer

Webinar: let’s talk photobiomodulation

Dr Miguel Stanley shares his view of the future of digital dentistry at exocad Insights 2024

Staying at the forefront of innovation and patient care requires passion, dedication and a commitment to learning and mentorship. During exocad Insights 2024, Dr Miguel Stanley, the director of the White Clinic in Lisbon in Portugal, not only highlighted his personal evolution in dentistry—navigating through challenges and embracing technological advancements such as digital diagnostics—but also reflected his deep-seated desire to inspire the next generation.

Webinar: let’s talk photobiomodulation

On April 23rd, I’ll be teaming up with Biotechdental ATP38 for an informative and eye-opening webinar on the power of photobiomodulation and its incredible applications in dental practice.

Join me at the Longevity Med Summit in Lisbon

I’m getting ready to participate in the Longevity Med Summit in Lisbon, Portugal on May 8th and 9th, and am super excited about this event whose essence is “Committed to Global Wellness”. What does dentistry have to do with longevity you may be asking? Everything.

Gearing up for Amsterdam!

I’m getting ready to speak at the first North-West European event about function in dentistry, which will be happening in Amsterdam between April 19 and 20.

Healthy Teeth = Healthy Skin

When it comes to health, not all people are the same and some are more sensitive than others. Those who manage skin conditions on a daily basis know this very well. What they might not know is that there is a strong link between managing oral health and managing a variety of skin conditions.

Healthy Teeth = Healthy Reproductive System

Dealing with fertility challenges can be an emotional journey for many couples. Johns Hopkins research from 2022 reveals that “while U.S. infertility rates have stabilized, the issue persists for numerous individuals”. And we all know someone who has or is dealing with reproductive issues. But did you know that oral health can also affect fertility?

Healthy Teeth = Healthy Eyes

The link between poor oral health and eye conditions, particularly glaucoma, is an emerging area of interest in medical research. And just further scientific evidence that every single organ in our body is connected to our mouth, from the brain and the eyes to the gut and the heart.

Thank you, Seattle Study Club!

My lecture circuit for 2024 simply couldn’t have gotten off to a better start: I was in Santa Barbara, California, for the Seattle Study Club Symposium and I have one word for the entire experience – A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

Join me at the Longevity Med Summit in Lisbon

I’m getting ready to participate in the Longevity Med Summit in Lisbon, Portugal on May 8th and 9th, and am super excited about this event whose essence is “Committed to Global Wellness”. What does dentistry have to do with longevity you may be asking? Everything.

Gearing up for Amsterdam!

I’m getting ready to speak at the first North-West European event about function in dentistry, which will be happening in Amsterdam between April 19 and 20.

Healthy Teeth = Healthy Skin

When it comes to health, not all people are the same and some are more sensitive than others. Those who manage skin conditions on a daily basis know this very well. What they might not know is that there is a strong link between managing oral health and managing a variety of skin conditions.

Healthy Teeth = Healthy Reproductive System

Dealing with fertility challenges can be an emotional journey for many couples. Johns Hopkins research from 2022 reveals that “while U.S. infertility rates have stabilized, the issue persists for numerous individuals”. And we all know someone who has or is dealing with reproductive issues. But did you know that oral health can also affect fertility?

Healthy Teeth = Healthy Eyes

The link between poor oral health and eye conditions, particularly glaucoma, is an emerging area of interest in medical research. And just further scientific evidence that every single organ in our body is connected to our mouth, from the brain and the eyes to the gut and the heart.

Thank you, Seattle Study Club!

My lecture circuit for 2024 simply couldn’t have gotten off to a better start: I was in Santa Barbara, California, for the Seattle Study Club Symposium and I have one word for the entire experience – A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

Healthy Teeth = Healthy Gut

While mainstream dentistry focuses primarily on mechanical issues, a biological dentist will focus primarily on the immune system and the neuropathic system. Immune dentistry helps reconnect the missing link between healthy teeth and a healthy gut.

Healthy Teeth = Healthy Heart

The dental community has known for decades about the correlation between oral health and cardiac health or better yet, between oral inflammation and heart disease. It’s not just about healthy teeth and gums anymore, it is also about the quality of your dental treatments.

Healthy Teeth = Healthy Brain

I’ve been connecting the dots between oral health and general health for over 25 years now and that connection is not only undeniable, but has become increasingly significant as we clearly understand that if something is wrong in the body, the diagnosis process may very well need to begin with the mouth.

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