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Tooth-Organ
Relationship Chart

Each tooth is related to an acupuncture meridian which is connected to various organs, tissues, and glands in the body on this particular “energy highway.”

This connection can often indicate your overall health and wellness by reviewing your dental condition.

OUR DENTAL SERVICES

  • Night guards
  • Osseous Surgery
  • Removable Bridges
  • Teeth Cleaning
  • Veneers

Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal

We are proud to offer years of experience in safe mercury removal procedures and staff unparalleled in the placement of metal-free restorations.

When removing mercury amalgam fillings, we use a latex-free dental dam to eliminate harmful mucose and digestive tract exposure.

The doctor removes the old mercury fillings by sectioning them with a dental handpiece with copious water and high volume suction, removing all decay (nearly always present under amalgam fillings). The tooth is then ready to be filled with composite metal-free and bio-compatible resin.

Our Protocol

1. We provide our patients with an activated charcoal tablet to chew on to prevent amalgam from sticking to soft tissues (gums, cheeks).

2. The dental team and patients are all required to wear unique protective garments so that no amalgam particles adhere to their clothing.

3. We apply nasal cannulas (small, flexible tubes that contain two open prongs intended to sit just inside your nostrils) to make sure our patients don’t smell anything and have sufficient oxygen during their procedure.

4. Our patients receive intravenous vitamin C during their procedure to help their immune systems with detoxification.

5. We use ionizers (air purifiers) in each room to remove potentially dangerous particles from the air. 

6. We provide suctions to our patient’s mouth to remove all particles resulting from amalgam removal. 

7. A vacuum is used (similar to an elephant’s trunk) 5 to 10 cm from a patient’s mouth to catch any amalgam particles.

8. The amalgam is then removed in pieces.

9. When removing mercury fillings, the water used on the unit is ozonized.

Metal free fillings

Metal-free fillings, also called composite resin fillings, are tooth-colored and bio-compatible.

A traditional amalgam filling is usually composed of mercury and silver, combined with other metals. These emit electrical currents that may adversely affect your health, and often, decay has developed under these metal fillings.

Procedure

  • Remove the decayed portion of the tooth or prior metal filling.
  • The tooth is then etched with a gel and a bonding agent is applied (This will allow the composite resin to adhere to the prepared tooth).
  • The resin is then placed in the tooth layer-by-layer, cured, trimmed, and polished, leaving you with a beautifully sculpted, natural-looking restoration.

The composite resin that we use is BPA-free and free of any dangerous metals since some of the composites used by conventional dentists have aluminum, nickel, and other metals.

Metal free Crowns

If we decide that you are in need of a full crown, We provide Ceramic metal-free crowns. You can be comfortable in knowing that your new tooth will be virtually unnoticeable and will flawlessly complement the rest of your smile.

Procedure

  • Removal of all decay and metals from the tooth
  • A final impression will be taken of the teeth
  • This impression will be sent to our lab where your new restoration will be crafted
  • While this new tooth is created, we will provide you with a temporary tooth
  • Our temporary restorations will resemble your natural teeth so that you can continue with your daily life without worrying about a missing or incompatible tooth.
  • Most of our crowns are ready on the same day since we perform everything in our own in-house dental lab. If not, during your second visit to the office, we will seat or cement your final restoration

Inlays and Onlays

Porcelain inlays and onlays are the perfect alternatives to large fillings and crowns. Most of the time, a porcelain inlay or onlay can be used to replace cavities or amalgam fillings that affect more than 25% of the tooth and/or damage one of the tooth’s walls.

When a tooth is cracked or has become damaged by decay, trauma, or an existing amalgam filling; very often a porcelain onlay is an excellent treatment option. Unlike a dental crown that requires more removal of the tooth for fit, a porcelain onlay is a very conservative procedure saving precious enamel.

Holistic extractions

The notable difference in a tooth extraction lies in the education of removing surrounding diseased tissues, and if left intact, it will only slow or inhibit total healing.

Tooth extractions are necessary to remove non-restorable or infected teeth from the oral cavity. It is essential to know about the periodontal ligament that experiences destruction from periodontal abscesses and the supporting bone structure.

The ideal purpose of the holistic extraction is to minimize the chance of bone cavitations. These empty areas within the jaw bone can harbor bacteria and interfere with your body’s meridian system, disrupting the flow of energy.

Unresolved infections lead to chronic degenerative diseases throughout the body, depressing the immune system. This is why a holistic extraction is essential.

Night Guards

Defective fillings, missing teeth, misaligned teeth, and faulty crowns/bridges, along with ill-fitting removable full or partial dentures, can change your normal bite and cause you to grind your teeth.


Grinding may not seem like a significant problem to you; however, if left untreated, it may result in more severe problems down the road (i.e., headaches, jaw, mouth, neck, face, and back pain). We offer nightguards to patients on a case-by-case basis. They are completely metal-free and are generally made of hard acrylic material to prevent tooth wear, chipping and jaw pain. We recommend nightguards for people who suffer from bruxism (tooth grinding). Please ask us about this non-invasive procedure.

Dentures

Dentures replace missing teeth that can be removed and put back into your mouth as you please. Depending on each patient’s case, they may receive full or partial dentures. Full dentures are used when all of the natural teeth are removed.

Conventional Full Dentures

This is when all the teeth are removed, and the tissue is given time to heal before the dentures are placed. It could take a few months for the gum tissue to heal completely.

Immediate Full Dentures

Before having your teeth removed, your dentist takes measurements and has dentures fitted for your mouth. After removing the teeth, the dentures are immediately placed in your mouth. The benefit is that you do not have to spend any time without teeth. You will, however, need to have a follow-up visit to refit your dentures because the jaw bone will slightly change shape as your mouth heels.

Partial dentures

This is another option when not all of your teeth are missing. This acts the same way as a full denture but only the missing teeth retained in the prosthesis.

The Natural Subtlety of Cosmetic Dentistry

Our team of dentists works directly with each patient to design a smile in perfect proportion to your natural facial structure, using a series of sophisticated facial measurements to ensure a natural appearance.

The selected teeth undergo a simple preparation, and natural-looking temporaries are placed so that your teeth look and feel normal.

At the next visit, the resin temporaries are replaced with life-like porcelain restorations, bonded to the natural tooth structure. The entire process usually takes no more than two to three visits.

3D imagery and CAD/CAM technology are used to create the restorations which are milled out of blocks to create tooth-colored restorations. Crowns, veneers, onlays, and inlays can be prepared, using different types of ceramic materials to restore teeth to their natural aesthetics and function. No difference in cost, but a big difference in accommodating your needs.

We believe everyone should have high-quality health and dental services. We take care of your wallet, keeping our prices low. You can check our price list, which is usually 1/3 of dental services in the US and Canada.

For a personal quote, you can reach us at:
+1 (877) 207-0824

Ozone (O3) is an allotrope of oxygen (O2). An allotrope is a variant of a substance consisting of only one type of atom. Ozone is created by an energetic reaction that results in an oxygen molecule (O2) being split into singlet (O1) oxygen.
Singlet oxygen then combines with diatomic oxygen (O2), forming ozone (O3). This energetic process results from sunlight, lightning, ultraviolet light, and corona discharge tubes. Our dentists in Tijuana utilize a corona discharge generator to produce ozone (O3) in two forms, gas and water.

We can apply ozone gas and water to the oral cavity and dentition to reduce sensitivity and minimize bacteria. Bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites have little or no antioxidant enzymes in their cell membranes. Without this protection, ozone oxidizes the cell membrane causing it to rupture and deplete.
Healthy cells have antioxidant enzymes such as; superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione peroxidase, etc. There are also antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin E, etc., present in the extracellular matrix fluids, plasma, etc.
These antioxidants protect the healthy cells from being oxidized by ozone. Ozone is negatively charged and seeks to neutralize anything with a positive charge. Typically bacteria and viruses carry positively charged cells. Ozone will attach to these cell membranes and destroy the cell.
At any given time, the oral cavity contains up to 20 billion oral microbes. With up to 500 species of bacteria competing for a prime environment for growth and multiplication, it is vital to the long-term prognosis of dental health to minimize as much bacteria as possible. Ozone is the ideal accomplice in conjunction with superior oral care to improve eliminating dental caries (cavities).

Periodontal Disease:

Ozone gas is used to treat the periodontal pockets surrounding each tooth. These pockets are natural and require bacterial disruption to maintain and support healthy tissue necessary for retaining the teeth for long life.

Decay Removal and Restoration:

Once the decayed tooth structure is removed through conventional dentistry techniques, ozone gas is applied to the cavity preparation. The ozone will then penetrate the dentin tubules killing bacteria left in the smear layer and surrounding tissues. A dental restoration can now be placed with a higher success rate without adverse post-operative acuteness.

Tooth Extraction:

Teeth requiring removal from the oral cavity are suffering from one form or another of dental disease. Many of the surrounding structures and tissues are negatively affected by the disease process and tooth removal. It is essential to treat the entirety of the condition to heal adequately. Ozone water delivered to the extraction site supports the body’s natural ability to heal the void and return to normal function.

Sensitivity:

This simplex symptom plaguing the majority of our population is often treated with fluoridated pastes and mouth rinses. A better understanding of the condition may lead to a quick fix. Exposed dentin is painful when experiencing fluctuation felt by air, water, and thermal changes. Inevitably the exposed dentin is now susceptible to the 20 billion microbes roaming the oral cavity; the bacteria present will penetrate the tubules causing an inflammatory response. When ozone gas is slowly filtrated over the area, the bacteria will deplete, and re-mineralization will take effect to repair and protect the once exposed dentin tubules. Often relief is noticed with minutes of treatment.

Ozone therapy during dental procedures minimizes post-operative sensitivities and improves the success of dental restorations.

Many post-operative symptoms are now being treated with ozone therapy, decreasing additional expenses to the patient and long-term trauma to the teeth. The treatment is a quick and painless procedure done in-office and often combined with treatment already being provided. Ozone does not have any contraindications with other medications; therefore, cross-reactions are not a concern during treatment.

You cannot be allergic to ozone because it is an enriched form of oxygen with no additives or chemical processing. It is essential to have well-trained technicians who can monitor the corona discharge generator and user application during ozone fabrication.

Typically bacteria and viruses carry positively charged membranes; ozone will attach to these membranes and destroy them.

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