Dr. Alireza Panahpour, DDS is the most experienced 100% holistic and biological dentist in North America.
Dr. Panahpour is the most experienced holistic, biological dentist in North America, practicing 100% holistic, biological dentistry since 1993.
Known as one of the world’s most experienced DDS for detection and removal of root canals with infection and for cavitation surgery at the site of tooth extractions, Dr Panahpour is a frequent speaker at holistic dental conferences and at naturopathic medical schools.
Dr. Panahpour has documented patient case stories of healing through holistic dentistry in his book “The Good Dentist.”
With National Heart Health Month coming up in February, your listeners may be interested in a patient case story relating to improvement in heart health through holistic dentistry; watch this video from Chris C., a patient who was diagnosed with high blood pressure and early-stage cardiovascular disease, who credits his work with Dr. Panahpour in saving his life: https://youtu.be/2uRaBWhx4g4.
Dr Panahpour’s commitment to excellence in natural biological dentistry can be seen in his personal commitment to education: he has more than150 advanced continuing education courses on his CV — dozens more than any other dentist in the state of WA.
Active in educating the public about the effects of using mercury in dental amalgam since 1993, Dr. Panahpour was part of a movement that succeeded in the state of California in having dental offices post signs that inform patients about mercury in dental amalgam and the effects of mercury on human health.
Dr. Panahpour’s greatest desire is to educate the public about the need for holistic biological dentistry free of root canals, safe tooth extraction and natural biomimetic materials when necessary as a path for every person’s best health.
Here’s a video of Dr. Panahpour speaking on King5 in October about the scientifically proven connection between infection in the mouth and life threatening diseases such as breast cancer: https://www.systemicdentist.com/blog/2017/10/17/a-link-between-breast-cancer-and-your-teeth