Light Sabers and Photon Torpedoes

Terms we have come to know through science fiction and entered our daily vernacular through the power of the media. In dentistry these are not science fiction but tools of the trade for a Laser Dentist. We harness the power of specific wavelengths of light and make it do our bidding. There are other aspects to waves of the Electromagnetic Spectrum. Some hurt and some heal.

There are a group of individuals that are sensitive to various forms of extraneous errant electromagnetic fields (EMF). There isn’t much known about this or what can be done for these individuals but my research has shown that there can be a mold exposure.

Past president of the International Academy of Biological Dentistry & Medicine, he was responsible for the creation of the country's first certification examination for becoming a Biological Dentist. Dr. Meyer was credited with the creation of the wildly successful Regional Meetings for the academy. He also created the tiered recognition program of a Biological Dentist that recognizes the accomplishments of those in the field to the public.

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  1. May 4, 2018
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    Will you please elaborate on this post?
    I am very sensitive to EMF and am very curious about the connection. Please cite references if you can. Thank you so much

    • Dr Meyer
      May 8, 2018
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      Hello Sue,

      Thank you for writing to us. The concept of article was about using LASER energy for the treatment of gum disease. The area of delivery of the energy is approximately 9 microns in diameter. When being so used, your gums are numb. I haven’t had anyone with EMF sensitivity have a concern about the use of this form of energy since it’s point of application is so small. This is quite in contradistinction to when you are in an area that is bathed in energy from a close proximity WiFi signal or closeness to a computer and monitor. Those are a horse of a different color. If you need additional assistance please feel free to contact our office, Millennium Dental Associates at 408.948.0560.

      I hope this helps you.

      Dr. Meyer

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