Dr. Anderson holds a Dental and Masters of Science degree from the University of Minnesota Dental school. He received training at UCLA in the early eighties in Branemark surgical training course, and he is a graduate of the Misch Institute. His speciality degree is in the field of periodontics. Dr. Anderson has placed and restored dental implants since 1985. He has been involved in the development of several implant products. He holds and is a Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantology, the largest global implant organization. Dr. Anderson also is a Board Certified Doctor of Integrative Biologic Dental Medicine.
He is a Naturopathic Medical Doctor and uniquely educated and versed in abilities to safely remove toxins from the Oral environment. He understands the correlation between dental toxins and chronic disease.
Doctor Anderson is Smart certified (safe mercury removal) and a long time member of the IAOMT, and has lectured as guest facuilty of his alma mater, the American College of Integrative Biologic Dental Medicine.
He is also a founding member the North American Academy of Neural Therapy. He is also an active member and has lectured for the Minnesota Holistic Medical Group.
Dental Implants :
Our practice is one of the first trained in Bioceramic implants as a safe alternative to Titanium implants for people with suspect metal sensitiviites or as first time dental implants. While we practice minimally invasive dentistry, the practice of conserving health tooth structure, there are times when teeth fail. Dental implants are artificial teeth roots that are surgically placed and used to anchor crowns or dentures. Today, the vast majority of dental implants are titanium alloys. However, over time, metal implants can show an unesthetic grey shadow through the gums, can generate piezo-electric current with other metals, and are thermally conductive. Additionally, there are concerns of metal sensitivity in certain individuals. To address the concerns over titanium implants, we also place zirconia implants. Zirconia is very strong, biocompatible, and has been used in the dental industry for years.