From the Netherlands, with love and health

From the Netherlands, with love and health

On June 9th I had the honour of stepping on stage at the Payt Forward Congress in Amersfoort, in the Netherlands – an amazing event that was not only extremely well organised, but boasted truly outside the box thinking with so many inspiring speakers and thought-provoking talks and discussions.

Knowledge conference for Dutch oral care

Oral health and general health are and have always been connected, which means that the attention we give to one will automatically be reflected on the other. This undeniable link was at the heart of this Dutch conference and so many important topics surrounding it were discussed. For example: the importance of facial development and breathing in children, how chiropractors can play a key role in helping patients find balance, and the incredible effects that high-level dentistry has on the patient journey.

The Golden Age of Dentistry –
Positive Dentistry | Regenerative Medicine

My lecture was based on a few of my passion topics – positive dentistry, holistic dentistry, regenerative medicine and, of course, integrative healthcare, where oral health and general health are always contemplated as one. Dentistry can play a very important role in helping patients find whole body health by implementing a few extra tests, using state-of-the-art technologies and well-established protocols. I’m very grateful to all my Dutch colleagues for their warm welcome and kind words after the event.

Thank you for having me, thank you
for all the incredible feedback!

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