Holistic Dental Lecture Transcribed (Part 1)

Female: We have very special guests for you today. A lot of times, especially in the natural health community, conventional dentists don’t get a very good rep. And in many instances, it’s for very, very good reason, that they deserve it, exactly. But we have one of the good ones here today who is not only a [inaudible] and a dentist, but also a very lovely man, and one who takes a balanced…

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Overcoming Dental Phobia With Dr. Vinograd

"Hi, I just want to say that I’ve always had a fear of going to the dentist, and I found a dentist that took that fear away - and that was Dr.

Podcast: Gutta Percha & The Root Canal Controversy, Part 1

Dr. Vinograd, holistic dentist in San Diego, California. Today, I would like to speak about root canals. Traditionally, root canals had been frowned upon by the holistic community and embraced by traditional dentistry. So I’d like to speak a little bit to that, specifically about some of the latest research and materials that have been made available.

The research that had been done that…

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Podcast: Dentures & Denture Alternatives

Hello. This is Daniel Vinograd, biological dentist in San Diego, California. Today, I’d like to talk a little bit about dentures and denture alternatives.

If you really think about what dentures are, you will probably describe them as a couple of plastic pieces pounding against each other trying to mash food together. This concept is a little bit unusual and dated, but it’s certainly better than…

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Actual Patient Review For Dr. Vinograd (Brighton Dental San Diego)

"Hi, my name is Becky, I just finished seeing Dr. Vinograd. He just did my veneers and I’m incredibly happy with them.

Did you know that you need to brush your gums as well as your teeth?

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How To Brush Your Teeth & Gums Properly

Dr. Vinograd – “There is a space between the gums and teeth that is traditionally one or two millimeters deep, however, once the sulcus start getting deeper, it’s very difficault to get in there and remove bacteria. So it is a good practice to get the bristles of the toothbrush in that space between the tooth and the…

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