Eric Davis Dental in conjunction with Nutrition Diagnostics has a goal to optimise the health of the patient with advice and action through three basic approaches:
1. Minimisation of the daily exposure to new toxins.
2. Optimally safe detoxification of already accumulated toxins.
3. Repair and regeneration of tissues and organ systems already damaged by toxicity by allowing the body by design to heal itself.
A Total Dental Revision (TDR) is the most important intervention for the vast majority of people. For many people, dental toxins represent the greatest daily exposure to toxicity, and daily toxin exposure seems to be the greatest cause and aggravator of nearly all degenerative diseases, especially cancer. Mercury, incompatible dental metals, cavitations, failed or failing dental implants, periodontal disease/infection, and infected root canals must all be vigorously addressed. Many patients can expect little long-term improvement even if they can get their immune systems effectively stimulated, as long as the continuous exposure to unaddressed dental and environmental toxicity continues to compromise and weaken their regulation system on a daily basis. We are dedicated to getting consistently positive clinical results which do not presently appear to be available anywhere else.
With respect to results, biological systems unlike cars and other mechanical systems have many variables. We are attempting to control those variables to achieve a measurable outcome. We can't do the work for you but by using your chemistries it gives us a sound strategy to advise which direction to take through this ‘health maze’.
So when looking at a chemistry we must always consider up and down stream events and not in isolation. What we see in a chemistry is an accommodation of survival, as if the body is always striving to win.
Body chemistry should be thought of, as the language that the body uses to give itself instruction, continually, 24/7, for meeting all of the demands and challenges placed upon it at that specific moment in time when the specimen was collected.
Once you see chemistry in this light, then you begin placing yourself in the body’s shoes, asking quite simply “why would I do that”?