Book Review: Balance: A Guide to Managing Dental Caries for Patients and Practitioners
Where can I get this book? It’s available on Amazon in paperback or Kindle formatclick here to buy Balance: A Guide to Managing Dental Caries for Patients and Practitioners We had mixed feelings when ordering a copy of this book – it appeared really professional and promising, but it was already 7 years old and after this, quite a long time it had only 7 reviews on Amazon (100% positive though) compared to staggering 923 reviews of the most popular in the category Cure Tooth Decay by Ramiel Nagel. This imbalance (pun intended!) suggested that there may be something wrong with this guide. Let’s say it out loud: there’s not!…
Book Review: Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye by Ellie Phillips
Where can I get this book? It’s available on Amazon in paperback or Kindle formatclick here to buy Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye We had huge expectations regarding this book as it was marketed as an alternative approach to dental health problems. So rather than the classic brush and floss (or drill and fill) approach, she recommends remineralization, which (if possible – when damage is still reversible) is always superior and less invasive than traditional dentistry. The main idea of the book is her System for healthy teeth, which is a form of a protocol that (if followed carefully) should give you good long-term outcomes and in some cases could actually…
Book review: Heal Your Oral Microbiome by Cass Nelson-Dooley
Review coming soon! The bottom line: Coming soon. Disclaimer: coming soon This book review is work in progress and was last updated on January 14, 2020.
Book review: Cure Tooth Decay by Ramiel Nagel
Sneak peek: As we write these words, this book is absolute number one regarding healing and preventing tooth decay. The problem is, we are sceptical about many claims that the author makes, so instead a classic review with takaways this will be rather review and debunk format. Anyway, the objective of our work is to help you make right decisions and promote interventions that are scientific and actually work. Two titles, one book, and many undeliverable promises When you go to Amazon and look for books on dental health, especially on managing tooth decay this is hands down most popular book in the world (judging by the number of comments).…
Book review: How to Stop Cavities by Judene Benoit
Review coming soon! Sneak peek: This book, written by a canadian dentist never got too popular (it has only 11 Amazon reviews as we write these words), but we think it contains some useful and often overlooked information on dental caries. We read it and the review is on it’s way so you can expect it here soon. The bottom line: Coming soon. Disclaimer: coming soon This book review is work in progress and was last updated on June 26, 2020.