Dr. Larry Hanus – A Different Style of Dentistry.

 

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Located in Iowa City you can find one of the most diverse, and knowledgeable dentists available.

Dr. Hanus

 

Dr. Hanus is a nationally recognized figure in alternative health, and is trained in a wide variety of therapies.  These include “holistic, biological, or alternative” dentistry, massage/cranial sacral therapy and its relationship to TMJ, orthodontics, nutrition, naturopathy, EFT for dental anxiety and many other therapies.

Dr. Hanus encourages you to take an active part  and educate yourself about dentistry and its impact on your total health.  

Integrating Dentistry and Health for Children and Adults:

Slow speed drilling to protect your teeth from trauma.

Low radiation digital x-rays.

Safe removal of mercury “silver” fillings.

Bio-compatible blood serum testing for dental materials available.

Cosmetic composite fillings.

Cosmetic porcelain / ceramic inlays, onlays and crowns.

Metal free dentistry.

Thorough periodontal examinations and non-surgical treatment of gum disease which affects 80% of American adults.

Relief of TMJ, headache and related facial pain.

Dental solutions for snoring and sleep disordered breathing / apnea.

EFT / energy meridian tapping for dental anxiety.

Holistic dentistry for children, including early orthodontic analysis.

Could your teeth be part of your ill health.  Many dentists now believe the conditions in a person’s mouth are a reflection of their overall health.  Ancient Chinese medicine considered the condition of the mouth to be  a reflection of a patient’s total health.  Physicians would assess the patient’s mouth, teeth, gums and tongue as part of their overall examination.  A condition in one part of the body may be related to a health issue located in another part of the body.  This is sometimes called the Focal Infection Theory.    Even modern medicine and dentistry have come to realize the link between the effects of oral bacteria and heart disease, stroke, diabetes and other disorders.

This is not to say that the patient becomes ill as a result or their mouth problems, but it may be a contributing factor.

Disclaimer:  This chart is for information only.  It is not intended to be diagnostic nor should it be construed to be so.   This information is not the opinion of the current mainstream dental leadership such as the ADA (American Dental Association).  This information and these statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Consult your health care professional about any serious disease or injury.  Do not attempt to self-diagnose or prescribe any natural substances for serious conditions that require professional attention.

 

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