Clean Dental Material List

THE MOST TYPICAL DENTAL MATERIALS THAT TEST AS “CLEAN” AND RELATIVELY INERT

Note: It is important to always be conservative and leave the tooth as intact as possible. Thus, the best holistic dentists will avoid crowning a tooth until it is absolutely necessary. For example, when a regular filling is no longer sufficient, first an inlay should be considered. If that is not sufficient than a larger onlay may be necessary. Finally, if these restorations are not enough, then a crown should be placed–but only as a last resort. Therefore, always consider getting a second opinion if your dentist doesn’t offer inlays or onlays, but immediately recommends crowns to replace your fillings. (And similarly, also always get a second opinion if your dentist recommends a root canal.)

Fillings:
Grandio or GrandioSO
Holistore 1
Heliomolar
Tetric Ceram

Crowns, Inlays, Onlays and Bridges:
IPS e.max
Premise Indirect (formerly Belle Glass)
Eris (Empress II)
Paradigm Mz-100 2
Procad 2
Vita 2
Vita Enamic 2
RXG Gold (only if necessary for a big bridge, otherwise, metal-free is
best)
Zirconia

Anesthetic:
The Hubbell Technique (IV sedation)
Bupivicaine (Marcaine) (In order to get this less-toxic anesthetic in a
preservative-free and epinephrine-free form, dentists have to order it
and then transfer it into their dental vials.)
Polocaine 3% (Dr. Doug Cook, who specializes in treating very sensitive
patients uses this preservative-free, epinephrine-free anesthetic during
his surgeries)
Carbocaine (Mepivicaine)

Bonding for Fillings, Inlays, Onlays and Crowns:
All Bond A and B
Estelite Palfique
Opti Bond I, II, Fl, 3A and 3B
Prime and Bond
SE Bond
Bistite II DC
Holistore Light
Clearfil Photo Bond
Prelude 1 & 2
Dr. Louisa L. Williams
www.radicalmedicine.com

Cements for Inlays, Onlays and Crowns:
Durelon (ESPE) Carboxylate Cement
Dual Cement
Pro Tec Cement
Rely X-Luting
Variolink II

Temporary Cements for Temporary Inlays, Onlays and Crowns:
Durelon (ESPE) Carboxylate Cement
Temp Bond
Temp Bond Clear
Temp Bond NE

For Sealing Fillings (composites) after adjustments:
Permaseal

Good Denture Materials
Vitalon 1060 (Tissue tone 99, no cadmium, heat cure 20 hours at 167
degrees Fahrenheit)
Flexite Supreme

Best Wire for Braces
Forestadent sprint, nickel free

Root Canal Materials: 3
EndoCal 10
EndoCal 10 with MTA
Brasseler BC Sealer (by itself)
Brasseler BC Sealer with its gutta percha point
Ozone injections
Top with crown to prevent further cracks

Implant Materials: 4
Zirconia

Note: Be sure and follow the directions for detoxification on the “5 Dental Days’ Protocol,” as well as taking ongoing supplementation over the next few months in order to help your body drain, detoxify and heal as quickly as possible. This is just as important for the detoxification of the metals that were removed as it is for the glues and cements that were used in the new replacement restorations, which by their very nature are always toxic to some degree.91

Additionally, it is important to remember that since dental materials come and go, always check with your holistic dental physician to find out the most up-to-date materials that are currently available. Also, this list will be frequently updated on the author’s website at www.radicalmedicine.com.

84 Holistore (from the Den-Mat company) and Premise Indirect (formerly Belle Glass) with no shade are the two filling and crown materials that Dr. Douglas Cook, one of the leading holistic dentists in America, has found to be the most compatible and inert for over a decade. However, because the “no shade” has no metal tints at all contained in it, it appears colorless and therefore can look a little strange in the mouth. (The shade is an iron oxide.) Therefore, if the filling, inlay, onlay or crown is in a visible front tooth, then even the highly sensitive patient might choose to try and handle the “shade” option for this particular restoration.

85 Ibid
86 This material is used with the Cerec 3D instrument for inlays, onlays or crowns made in the office. *
87 Ibid
88 Ibid
89 Ibid
90 The toxicity of local anesthetics and the use of these less toxic methods of anesthesia are covered in the next section.
91 Tissue tone 99, no cadmium, heat cure 20 hours at 167 degrees Fahrenheit. 91 Information on the “The 5 Dental Days’ Protocol” is covered in an upcoming section.

1 Holistore (from the Den-Mat company) and Premise Indirect (formerly Belle Glass) (with no shade) are the two filling and crown materials that Dr. Douglas Cook, one of the leading holistic dentists in America, has found to be the most compatible and inert for over a decade. However, because the “no shade” has no metal tints at all contained in it, it appears colorless and therefore can look a little strange in the mouth. (The shade is an iron oxide.) Therefore, if the filling, inlay, onlay or crown is in a visible front tooth, then even the highly sensitive patient might still choose to try and just deal with the “shade” option for this particular restoration.

2 This material is used with the Cerec 3D instrument for inlays, onlays or crowns made in the office.

3. These suggested root canal materials are graciously provided by Robert Grove, DDS, of Santa Rosa, CA. Although root canals are never completely non-toxic, in certain cases they are appropriate temporarily or long-term as long as the patient’s health is carefully monitored (and the patient is on the correct constitutional homeopathic remedy). However, sensitive and/or ill individuals should consider opting for the removal and cavitation surgery of a chronic dental focus, and the use of a flipper appliance.

4. Similar to root canals, implants are always foreign to the body and never completely benign. However, in certain cases with the loss of a strategic tooth, or many teeth, they may be necessary and superior to bridges. However, sensitive and/or ill individuals should consider opting for the removal and cavitation surgery of a chronic dental focus, and the use of a flipper appliance.