It’s been a month since I’ve written a blog, so here I go.
We had more interviews done in late October with two fantastic biological dentist; Dr.Paul Rubin DDS and Dr. Bramley Birrer, DDS. Chet and I’ve learned so much. Retired, Dr. Paul brings along excellent expertise and practical knowledge while Dr. Bramley brings the passion and thirst for learning the new and ground breaking discoveries science is bringing along in order to help people heal. Their willingness to help us with our little documentary deeply touched me and I’m so grateful. Dr. Richard Stickney, my dentist, yesterday agreed to be interviewed so I’m very happy! Yes, our dead line keeps getting pushed but I think it will be worth it. I can’t believe the fantastic response Chet and I have had so far to our documentary project:) We’re moving along:)
Dr. Paul’s Bio
Paul G. Rubin, DDS, MIAOMT
University of Washington School of Dentistry, 1973
Adopted a “mercury-free” approach to dentistry in 1980, evolving into what is now commonly called “Biological Dentistry”.
Professional association with International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) since 1986.
Served on its Board of Directors for over 20 years.
Awarded both Fellow and Master of the IAOMT, and Life Member
Charter Member, International Association of Mercury Safe Dentists
Co-founder of New Directions Dentistry, which developed a course for dentists on “occupational safety from mercury exposure in the dental office setting”. (available on DVD).
Taught dentists internationally on how to develop a “mercury-safe” practice
Decades of involvement in the Environmental effects of dental amalgam mercury fillings
Published and unpublished research
Presentations to health professionals, lay groups, governmental agencies, NGOs
Recipient of local and state awards
Adjunct faculty, Bastyr University 2017-2019, where I created and taught a course: “Dental and Systemic Health Connections: What every physician should know about dentistry, and the unique perspective of Biological Dentistry”
Converted the Bastyr course to an online Continuing Education course for Naturopathic and other Integrative Physicians called “The Missing Dental Connection”, available through Bastyr University’s Continuing Education department
Private practice of dentistry in Seattle, WA. Recently retired from practice (2020)
He also did the Forward in the book “The poison in your teeth” by Dr. Tom McGuire, DDS a book I’ve juts began reading it. The history of how amalgam filling began is very telling.
Dr. Bramley Birrer, DDS. practice is called: Integrative Dentistry located at : 9730 3rd Ave Ne Ste 205Seattle, WA 98115, for those looking to safely remove their amalgam fillings ( mercury fillings).
Another great book recommended by Dr. Paul is called “The toxic tooth” By Robert Kulacz, DDS and Thomas E. Levy, MD,JD
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Until next time, God Bless:)
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This is awesome Carmen and Chet. You guys are an inspiration not only in how you are facing this disease but also for creating a documentary which will be a source or encouragement and help for others. Keep rockin’ it!
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