Life-changing dentistry can be life-saving dentistry

Life-changing dentistry can be life-saving dentistry

Ekaterina Miheeva reached out to me all the way from Australia after about 3 years of battling a series of physical and psychological symptoms that not only did not go away, but that more than 10 doctors, 15 naturopaths, and multiple exams, including a brain scan, endoscopies and colonoscopies, simply could not solve.

Three months after a root canal and the placement of titanium implants, Ekaterina began experiencing sensitivity to light and sound, followed by gastrointestinal issues that included limited bowel movements and even negative reactions to a plant-based diet. Horrific headaches, blurred vision, zero concentration capacity, brain fog, memory loss, joint pain, and chronic fatigue left her bedridden. Depression did the rest. None of the doctors the patient consulted made the connection between the physical and psychological symptoms and her oral health.

The biological dentistry approach we use at the White Clinic means we take a very deep look not only into our patient’s oral health status, but their general health as well. With advanced technology and diagnostics, and immune dentistry protocols supported by integrative and regenerative medicine, our mission is to connect the dots. And that’s exactly what we did with Ekaterina’s case.

Despite a complex surgery, she began to feel better a mere 24 hours after surgery at White Clinic. Two months after surgery all her major symptoms had vanished. And when a patient says “I feel like I’m back in my own body”, that basically says it all.

A powerful story of healing that I’m so proud I could contribute to. This is what I’m talking about when I talk about life-changing dentistry.

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