Dr. Dawn Ewing is the executive director of The International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine. She holds a PhD in integrative medicine. She is the author of the book Let the Tooth Be Known and was featured in the movie, Root Cause about the dangers root canal teeth can have on one's health. She has a private practice in Spring, Texas, and she was recently appointed as an adjunct faculty member in the department of oral biology at Saveetha Dental College in Chennai, India. She served on the faculty of Capital University of Integrative Medicine, was an affiliate faculty member of the American Heart Association and served two terms on the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners.
HOW DENTAL MERIDIANS ARE BLOCKED BY ROOT CANALS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21
Dr. Dawn Ewing will explain that many years ago dentistry came up with the concept of trying to taxidermy a tooth. The name for this is root canal therapy. Medicine would not taxidermy an organ or body part and leave dead tissue to degrade, but dentistry is not medicine. Some dentists will even tell you they can do a "biological root canal", which would mean they are promising a living or healthy dead tooth. That is an oxymoron, you can't have a healthy, dead anything. To be perfectly clear, there is no such thing as a biological root canal. It is just a flat-out lie! There has never been a documented extraction of a root canal that was even sterile. There is proof that these dead cadaver teeth are filled with toxic molds, bacteria, viruses and even parasites, yet, that is not the worst part. Your body was designed to heal itself. We were designed to handle some bacteria and viruses. The issue is the electrical disconnect this process creates. In this presentation, you will learn that the body is electric and how leaving a dead tooth can interrupt the energy flow of electricity on circuits called meridians.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20
We are excited to offer a panel of highly qualified practitioners. The panel includes Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD; Tom Cowan, MD; Laura Villanti, FNTP, Dawn Ewing, PhD, ND and Pam Schoenfeld, RD with moderator Sally Fallon Morell.