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Choosing Health with Health Centered Dentistry

Bolt Dentistry - Monday, September 18, 2017 | Comments (0)
Choosing Health with Health Centered Dentistry

Health Centered Dentistry  Read More...


Anti-Aging Health Care

Bolt Dentistry - Thursday, August 10, 2017 | Comments (0)
Anti-Aging Health Care

There are three reasons that people lose their teeth. They are: tooth decay, gum disease, and bad bite. The first two are diseases of choice. You don’t have to have them if you don’t want them. Partnering with a dental team that coaches you on how to prevent the causes of disease and what role you play in this process, is the secret to your success. But the last one BAD BITE you can’t do anything about by yourself. This takes dentists trained specifically in this area to help you stop this disease progression. It is BAD BITE that I would like to touch upon in this article. Read More...


Taking Your Disease Away Can Affect Your Health

Bolt Dentistry - Wednesday, July 12, 2017 | Comments (0)
Taking Your Disease Away Can Affect Your Health

In Disease Care the doctor never looks at the cause of the problem and treats just the effects or symptoms of the disease. I know that if a patient/client stays in this system long enough they can have really major issues in the long-term. The doctor just fix me attitude will get you a moment of comfort but long term health will be fleeting. Read More...


The Statue of Responsibility

Bolt Dentistry - Tuesday, April 04, 2017 | Comments (0)
The Statue of Responsibility

I wanted to introduce to you the Statue of Responsibility.  When this statue was introduced to me by a friend, I was so interested in it because it was a perfect complement to what I teach in my Practice.  Here is a picture of the replica of the Statue of Responsibility as it is displayed at my front desk for all to see. Let me share what this statue represents and then discuss why it is so important to my Practice.  In the book “Man’s Search for Meaning”, Dr.  Viktor Frankl, Holocaust survivor, and father of Logotherapy, stated that there should be a compliment to the Statue of Liberty on the West Coast he called the Statue of Responsibility.  Viktor survived the Holocaust by controlling his thoughts.  He said that they could take everything else away from him, but no one could take away or control how he thought.  He stayed alive because his drive was to one day publish his manuscript on Logotherapy.  He had it almost produced for publication when the Nazi’s took it away from him and burned it.  Read More...