Holistic Dentistry in Santa Fe NM – Alpine Laser Dental Has You Covered
Holistic Dentistry Santa Fe and Los Alamos NM
Alpine Laser Dental specializes in holistic dentistry in its two offices, Santa Fe and Los Alamos. Holistic dentistry today is a widening field, with new advance scientific developments becoming available on continuous basis. We are fully aware of this fact and we focus strong efforts on being at the forefront of holistic dentistry technology and new holistic knowledge facts and developments as they become available and when they are reported. The more we know the better holistic dentistry practice we provide you, our patient.
Holistic Dentistry Available Health Tests
Clifford Materials Reactivity Testing
The service offered by Clifford Consulting and Research focuses on screening for systemic reactions to dental related materials. The dental materials panel includes a wide range of materials divided into multiple categories used in treating your mouth such as fillings, crowns, implants, and orthodontics. The test we have done is a blood based screening test evaluating a patient’s systemic sensitivity to 94 chemical groups. The dental screening panel correlates these systemic sensitivities to formularies of more than 16,774 products listed by trade name and manufacturer and divided into 36 categories. To learn what dental materials are scanned in a Clifford Dental Materials Screening Panel click here. Please speak to the staff at Alpine Laser to learn more.
DNA Connexions Targeted Genetic Testing
DNA Connexions performs targeted genetic testing to identify inherent conditions and foreign DNA and provide necessary information to Alpine Laser Dental for treatment.
Full View Testing –
The Full View Test identifies bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites in removed teeth, blood, tissue, implants, bone grafts or other biological samples. It tests for 88 different pathogens, including tetanus, botulism, diphtheria, HPV 16 and HPV 18, Candida albicans and more. Using PCR, one of the most advanced tools in molecular biology today, specificity of this test is one in a trillion or greater and the sensitivity of the test is the ability to detect the DNA of between 1 and 10 microbes.