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Dr. Mark A. Mcclure is a dentist in Saint Louis, Missouri. He provides advice on proper brushing, flossing, cleaning, healthy gums, and other dental care. It’s ideal to visit Dr. Mcclure every 6 months or twice a year, absent additional tests that suggest a serious problem.

Specialty: Biological Dentistry, Holistic Dentistry, Integrative Medical Dentistry

Practice Philosophy: Chronic and degenerative disease can be caused by toxic filling on teeth, jawbone infection, the bite, or airway problems. As a holistic dentist, I integrate your medical and dental problems to help restore you to health and promote your wellness.

Areas of Focus:  All facets of Biological Dentistry,  Family dentistryNon-surgical Periodontal therapies, Oral surgery including removal of mercury fillings or toxic root canal teeth, cosmetic dentistry, head/face/neck pain associated with bite and jaw problems of TMJ.

Formal Education:
Catholic University of America 1965 – 1968
University of Maryland 1968 – 1969
University of Maryland, School of Dentistry 1969 – 1973
General Dentistry Residency V.A. Hospital, Washington, D.C., 1973 – 1974
Capital University of Integrated Medicine, Doctor of Integrated Medicine 1996 – 1998

Professional Practice:
1995-Present: National Integrated Health Associates, a comprehensive integrative medical and dental center designed to assess, treat and research chronic conditions of pain and illness, and health enhancement.
1981-2008: Private practice of General Dentistry at The Dental Group, a multi specialty and general dental group practice in Riverdale, MD.

Academic Appointments:
Howard University School of Dentistry

  • Instructor, Department of Removable Prosthodontics  1974-1978

Capital University of Integrated Medicine 1998-2005

  • Professor, Applied Neurobiology I and II (course leader)
  • Standards of Medicine (course leader)
  • Staff Professor, Clinical Externship I, II, Natural Medicine I, II
  • Provost, Capitol University of Integrated Medicine, Appointed Jan 1999
  • Department co-Chairman: Integrative Psychiatry and Neurobiology
  • President, Capital University of Integrative Medicine, Dec. 2004-2006



Q How can integrative medicine help me?

Initial appointments with a physician are usually one hour long, so the practitioner is able to listen and get a thorough history of your health status. The physician may order specialty lab tests to discover the underlying root cause of your health issues so that it can be addressed appropriately. Our on-site lab provides many of these specialty lab tests, genetic testing, and has a LabCorp draw station. The treatment plan will be tailored to you for whole-body wellness.

Q What does integrative medicine offer for chronic health conditions such as pain or disease?

Medical studies and opinion polls agree that conventional medicine may be incomplete for understanding and addressing chronic health problems, which are increasing at an alarming rate. Chronic health conditions may take a toll on the physical, psychological, and emotional wellbeing of the individual. We strive to find the underlying causes of the symptoms rather than suppress them. Programs aimed at supporting the body with detoxification and revitalization help to alleviate symptoms of many conditions such as auto-immune diseases, chronic fatigue, allergies, chronic pain, hormonal imbalances, metabolic disorders, and other chronic conditions, while the body is supported toward improved and optimal health.

Q How can integrative medicine help maintain good health and function as we age?

Based on advanced and functional lab testing, we are able to find the (potential) weaknesses in a healthy person and to design preventive protocols to bring about optimal health. These might include lifestyle modifications, nutrition advice as well as therapeutic interventions and therapies for detoxification, rejuvenation, and stress management. Disease prevention and/or maintenance regimens are done customized to the patient with long term health as the goal.

Q How much is an appointment?

A dental visit can range from $145 for a general teeth cleaning to thousands for complex dental work, veneers or zirconia implants. Our philosophy is to do the least invasive procedure possible and to preserve as much natural tooth structure as we can, as we have found this to be better for our patient's overall health.

A medical visit ranges from $395-$750 depending on the doctor, complexity of the visit and time spent with the patient. For complex medical issues, expect a 60-90 minute initial appointment

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