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S. Ward Eccles, D.D.S.
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Don’t miss world-renowned scientists Dr. Wakefield and Dr. Mikovits on Saturday, September 12th, 2020 for a live broadcast on Vaccine Safety. They will discuss ingredients in vaccines, ecological consequences of measles vaccination, understanding Natural Herd Immunity, and prevention and treatment strategies.
The movie, “1986: The Act” was live-streamed on Friday, September 11th, 2020 at 6:30pm CT. Learn more by clicking below. Don’t forget to share!
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After over four decades of dedicated service, Dr. S. Ward Eccles has decided to invite an associate dentist to join our practice. We are thrilled to introduce a new addition to our team, Dr. Sunny Safari.
Muscle testing is a technique used by some naturopaths as a form of diagnosis. It is based on the idea that the body has an innate healing ability, and that the strength or weakness of a person’s muscle response can provide information about their physical and emotional health.
Ozone therapy is a breakthrough in dentistry, offering patients a safe and effective alternative to traditional methods. Whether you are looking to improve your oral hygiene, treat gum disease, or recover from a dental procedure, ozone therapy can help.
Ozone, a gas composed of three oxygen molecules, has been used in the medical field for over a century. However, its use in dentistry is relatively new and has only become popular in the last few decades. The history of ozone in dentistry is a story of innovation and progress in the field of dental care.
Interdental brushes are the supreme way to clean between your teeth. They help to push out food, remove plaque, and stimulate the gum tissue.
A recent study conducted by David and Mark Geier found a highly significant relationship between the number of dental amalgam filling surfaces in the mouth and amounts of mercury excreted (urinated).
We are happy to offer a Clifford Materials Reactivity Test (CMRT) through ELISA/ACT Biotechnologies, which provides dentists and physicians information about patients sensitivities so least offensive materials can be used in their treatments.
Dr. Scott Schroder shares his findings with the FDA regarding metal allergies and dissimilar metals placed in the body and how the body could react.