From the Archives: FAQ on the Biological Dental Perspective

Originally posted in slightly different form November 9, 2011 Since 2004, Dr. Gary Verigin’s free newsletter Biosis has offered its readers comment and teaching by Dr. Verigin, health news, wellness tips and more – all within an integrative, biological dental frame. It’s name comes from the Greek word meaning “to live.” “Biosis” means “a mode …

How Whole Body Illness Evolves

A terrific explanation of a fundamental concept in biological dental medicine, via New York naturopathic physician Dr. Saul Marcus: To learn more, visit our info and resources page on Whole Body Illness and Biological Terrain Analysis (BTA) or explore Dr. V’s Biodental Library.

Developments in Biological Dental Medicine

We all know the germ theory of disease. It’s the idea that you get sick from “catching a bug,” and it has dominated medical science ever since Louis Pasteur developed and promoted it in the mid-19th century. Pasteur saw the body no differently than had scientists of the Galilean Revolution nearly 300 years earlier. He …

FAQ on the Biological Dental Perspective

Since 2004, Dr. Gary Verigin’s free newsletter Biosis has offered its readers comment and teaching by Dr. Verigin, health news, wellness tips and more – all within an integrative, biological dental frame. It’s name comes from the Greek word meaning “to live.” “Biosis” means “a mode of life,” which is both a process and an …

Biosis 30: Communicating Thoughtfully, An MCS Case History & More

  The new issue of our quarterly newsletter Biosis is available online now. In this issue: JoAnne’s Motivational Minute: The Joy of Slow(er) Communication “Today, we’ve still got phones and snail mail. But we’ve also got email, texting, video conferencing and all manner of social media to connect with others. Via phone or computer, we …

Biosis 28: Understanding Illness & Healing, Dental Hygiene Tips & More

  The new issue of our quarterly newsletter Biosis is available online now. Check it out now to learn more about: A biological dentist’s perspective on living systems, illness and healing Why just brushing your teeth isn’t enough to avoid cavities and gum disease Persevering through tough times Read Biosis 28 now.