Health & Emotion: A biological treatment concept with ceramic implants
Ceramic implants are different, as is the concept. Health and above all sustainable health is a megatrend of our time. Ceramic implants are the stepping stone or missing link to biological dentistry, which aims not only at preserving teeth, but at preserving people's health. In addition to inadequate nutrition, stress and environmental conditions, the teeth are a frequent cause of chronic inflammation and ultimately a chronic disease. By improving the general conditions (nutrition and nutritional supplements, stress, environment) and consistent metal-free dentistry, dentists can have a very positive influence on the health of their patients.
Holger Dr. ScholzDr. Scholz studied dentistry at the University of Hamburg, where he also received his doctorate. He initially worked in clinics in Düsseldorf/ Germany and Sao Paulo / Brazil. He ran his first clini...See Bio
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