Dr. Nammy Patel from Green Dentistry talks about the connection between oral health and disease immunity. She explains how a healthy mouth keeps your body healthy.
Dr. Nammy Patel from Green Dentistry explains why some teeth are strong, while others seem weak. Check out the podcast to learn how you can strengthen your teeth.
Are you prone to dental decay and find that no matter how well you clean your teeth, problems still creep up when you visit our office for your hygiene examination and cleaning? For years, you have learned about brushing your teeth thoroughly for two minutes, twice daily and using dental floss a minimum of once per day to help remove lingering bacteria from between teeth. Many patients also use mouthwash as the final part of their oral hygiene routine or if they cannot brush between meals and need a minty refresher. Dr. Patel was recently highlighted in a Well+Good article discussing how mouthwash may actually be causing your oral health more harm than good. Continue reading to learn more and for the link to this interesting article.
At Green Dentistry in San Francisco we practice holistic dentistry. Our approach is different than the approaches of ordinary dentists: we focus on your entire body and its role in your dental health. Science has established beyond any doubt that there is a connection between dental health and systemic health. For example, gum disease can…
Dr. Nammy Patel from Green Dentistry talks about what to expect when you get a dental implant. She explains what happens during the healing process.
Dr. Nammy Patel from Green Dentistry explains how diet affects sleep apnea. She talks about why people with sleep apnea should avoid meat, dairy, and gluten.
Dr. Nammy Patel from Green Dentistry talks with John Maher about bone grafting and regeneration in relation to dental implants. She explains why some patients need bone grafting before getting dental implants. Then, she describes how these processes work.
Imagine braces that don’t have any metal, but are as effective those that do. Braces that are more comfortable and manageable than metal braces. Sound too good to be true? It isn’t! Clear braces from Green Dentistry in San Francisco are changing the way we straighten teeth. Clear braces are made of lightweight synthetic material.…
Have you recently experienced tooth loss or learned that you need to have a tooth extracted? While we all hope to keep our natural teeth forever, that is not always possible. In this situation, we recommend choosing a tooth replacement option to fill the missing space.
Dr. Nammy Patel talks with John Maher about the dangers of mercury. She explains why people should avoid having this toxin in their mouths. Then, she outlines how mercury fillings leak over time and why patients should replace these old fillings.