Ankyloglossia, or tongue-tie, is a common congenital abnormality where the lingual frenum is overly short and tight (posterior ankyloglossia) or aberrantly attached anteriorly to the ventral surface of the tongue (anterior ankyloglossia), 1 “tying” the tongue to the floor of the mouth. Read more
Toothpaste most likely originated in China, Egypt, and India more than 6,000 years ago. In China, twigs and bones were mashed and mixed with water, salt, and flower petals to form a thick paste. This paste was then put on the end of a sharp bamboo leaf and applied to teeth. This proved to be a very effective treatment for gingivitis. Read more
The Meridian Tooth Chart is based on acupuncture meridians, pathways of energy that span across interrelated body parts, glands, and tissues. Read more
I am very very excited to share this video. It is under six minutes and will make a difference for someone you know and love. It is very powerful and ridiculously simple to accomplish.
Let me start with my history. Little over 7 years ago I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. This is when your entire body has chronic widespread pain, fatigue, sleep disturbance and heightened pain sensation in response to tactile pressure. I was seeking help from many medical professionals knocking on every door out there. I was worried […]
By: John Diamond, M.D.
In 1975, Dr. George Goodheart mentioned a dentist, Dr. Willie May of Albuquerque, New Mexico who was achieving cures for many systemic diseases. I decided to study with him. I remember him well: a wiry man, mercurial, always active. Filled with passion and enthusiasm. Utterly, utterly dedicated to his work. And always smiling. His program lasted a week. Read more
Several people now have asked me, “why do I need to have cleanings and how often should I have them?”
These are great questions which often times are left unasked and unanswered. Read more
Everywhere you turn now days you see articles about how important it is to care for your gums. Mainstream media picked up the news and now everybody knows that gum disease and heart disease are somehow connected. Why are they connected and how? Read more
Dentists Practice Uses Holistic Approach
The Advocate, November 1, 2005
by Camilla A. Herrera
Leonard Kundel says his Stamford dental practice considers patients equal partners in determining appropriate treatment and care. It is the defining philosophy behind his holistic approach.
We want our patients to make educated decision about their own health, says Kundel in his online mission statement. That is why part of our job is to educate you and have you understand your options. Read more