We are happy to announce that Dr. Shireman has achieved her SMART certification! (www.thesmartchoice.com) This certification ensures that our office is up-to-date in safe mercury removal and staff is well-trained so patients should feel comfortable having their amalgams removed here. In addition to removing amalgams safely, we safely dispose of the mercury-contaminated water and particulate and keep it out of the public water supply.
Discover more about the “Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique.”
Oral medicine can be conceived in several ways. One way would be dentistry for people with medical illnesses, such as palliative treatment for mucositis in people undergoing cancer chemotherapy, or preoperative screening for heart surgery or joint replacement, to rule out infections that could threaten the outcome of the procedures. Continue Reading →
I am pleased to announce that I will be moving forward with the accreditation process for the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT). This process will take a little over a year and ensure that our amalgam removal methods are safe for patients and staff. There are only 168 accredited dentists in the United States and I am happy to become one of them.
One of the most precious resources is water. At the Cameron Village Dentist, we strive to provide you with clean and pure water. Early in the start of our practice, we invested in our own water distiller and we personally distill the impurities out of all the water that we use in our chairs. Continue Reading →
What does being a “holistic dentist” mean to me? I grow and shape the definition each day. Ultimately, I go back to the true definition of the word: a whole-body approach to treatment. Each and every individual has their own set of needs, wants and approaches to life and that extends to dentistry. Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Dr. Shireman for the birth of her twins on July 30th, 2015. Continue Reading →
We celebrated our grand opening last year on May 22, 2014. We are happy to have hit the one-year mark. It is our goal to provide traditional and holistic dental care to the Cameron Village community with exceptional customer service and patient care. Continue Reading →
What shocks patients some of the time is suggestions to try to remineralize early carious lesions (ie reversing cavities). Healing cavities naturally and nonsurgically is the goal of minimally invasive dentistry. In the early stages of caries progression, the damage is to the tough outside tissue of the tooth (enamel). Continue Reading →
In the several years that I have been in practice, I have had many patients ask me questions like “What kind of toothbrush should I be using?” or “Does an electric toothbrush do better than a regular toothbrush?” The conundrum to this is that there is no correct toothbrush for every person for every situation. Continue Reading →