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Dr Nico Kamosi on the Benefits of Holistic Dentistry

Phoenix FM: Welcome, Dr. Nico Kamosi. Could you start by explaining what holistic dentistry is?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Thank you for having me. Holistic dentistry, also known as biological or integrative dentistry, considers the health of the entire body, not just the mouth. We use natural, non-toxic materials and biocompatible techniques to promote overall health and well-being, rather than just treating dental symptoms.

Phoenix FM: Why is holistic dentistry becoming a trend now?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: People are becoming more aware of the potential health impacts of traditional dental treatments and are seeking safer, more natural options. Holistic dentistry aligns with this shift by emphasising the connection between oral health and overall wellness, using biocompatible materials and minimally invasive techniques.

Phoenix FM: What are some advantages of holistic dentistry compared to traditional dentistry?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Holistic dentistry uses safe, non-toxic materials, reducing the risk of harmful exposure. We focus on preventative care, educating patients about the links between oral health, diet, lifestyle, and overall wellness. This proactive approach helps prevent dental issues before they occur. Additionally, holistic treatments are less invasive, preserving more of the natural tooth structure, leading to less pain and quicker recovery times.

Phoenix FM: Can you give us an example of how holistic practices differ from conventional methods?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: For instance, instead of amalgam fillings that contain mercury, we use composite fillings made from non-toxic, biocompatible materials. We also address dietary and lifestyle factors to prevent future decay. In cases where a root canal is needed, we might use alternatives like ozone therapy to avoid leaving dead tissue that can harbour bacteria.

Phoenix FM: How do patients respond to this approach?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Patients generally respond very positively. They appreciate the personalised care and focus on overall well-being. By using natural treatments and emphasising prevention, patients experience fewer complications and a better quality of life.

Phoenix FM: Thank you, Dr. Kamosi. It’s been a pleasure having you.

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Thank you for having me.

About Dr. Nico Kamosi:
Dr. Nico Kamosi is a Specialist Periodontist, Implantologist, Prosthodontist, and Holistic and Biological Dentist. He holds multiple advanced degrees, including a TDL, DDS (Sweden), MSc in Periodontology (England), MClinDent in Periodontology (England), MSc in Implant Dentistry (England), Dip in Aesthetic Medicine (England), MClinDent in Prosthodontics (England), and certifications in Dental Hygiene and Systemic Health (RCS England), Orthodontics (England), and Law (England). He is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) SMART-Certified, Federation of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry (EFP), and the European Society of Ceramic Implantology (ESCI).

For more information on holistic dental treatments, please refer to the London Specialist Dentists website.

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Dr Nico Kamosi on the Benefits of Holistic Dentistry

Phoenix FM: Welcome, Dr. Nico Kamosi. Could you start by explaining what holistic dentistry is?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Thank you for having me. Holistic dentistry, also known as biological or integrative dentistry, considers the health of the entire body, not just the mouth. We use natural, non-toxic materials and biocompatible techniques to promote overall health and well-being, rather than just treating dental symptoms.

Phoenix FM: Why is holistic dentistry becoming a trend now?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: People are becoming more aware of the potential health impacts of traditional dental treatments and are seeking safer, more natural options. Holistic dentistry aligns with this shift by emphasising the connection between oral health and overall wellness, using biocompatible materials and minimally invasive techniques.

Phoenix FM: What are some advantages of holistic dentistry compared to traditional dentistry?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Holistic dentistry uses safe, non-toxic materials, reducing the risk of harmful exposure. We focus on preventative care, educating patients about the links between oral health, diet, lifestyle, and overall wellness. This proactive approach helps prevent dental issues before they occur. Additionally, holistic treatments are less invasive, preserving more of the natural tooth structure, leading to less pain and quicker recovery times.

Phoenix FM: Can you give us an example of how holistic practices differ from conventional methods?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: For instance, instead of amalgam fillings that contain mercury, we use composite fillings made from non-toxic, biocompatible materials. We also address dietary and lifestyle factors to prevent future decay. In cases where a root canal is needed, we might use alternatives like ozone therapy to avoid leaving dead tissue that can harbour bacteria.

Phoenix FM: How do patients respond to this approach?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Patients generally respond very positively. They appreciate the personalised care and focus on overall well-being. By using natural treatments and emphasising prevention, patients experience fewer complications and a better quality of life.

Phoenix FM: Thank you, Dr. Kamosi. It’s been a pleasure having you.

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Thank you for having me.

About Dr. Nico Kamosi:
Dr. Nico Kamosi is a Specialist Periodontist, Implantologist, Prosthodontist, and Holistic and Biological Dentist. He holds multiple advanced degrees, including a TDL, DDS (Sweden), MSc in Periodontology (England), MClinDent in Periodontology (England), MSc in Implant Dentistry (England), Dip in Aesthetic Medicine (England), MClinDent in Prosthodontics (England), and certifications in Dental Hygiene and Systemic Health (RCS England), Orthodontics (England), and Law (England). He is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) SMART-Certified, Federation of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry (EFP), and the European Society of Ceramic Implantology (ESCI).

For more information on holistic dental treatments, please refer to the London Specialist Dentists website.

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Dr Nico Kamosi on the Benefits of Holistic Dentistry

Phoenix FM: Welcome, Dr. Nico Kamosi. Could you start by explaining what holistic dentistry is?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Thank you for having me. Holistic dentistry, also known as biological or integrative dentistry, considers the health of the entire body, not just the mouth. We use natural, non-toxic materials and biocompatible techniques to promote overall health and well-being, rather than just treating dental symptoms.

Phoenix FM: Why is holistic dentistry becoming a trend now?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: People are becoming more aware of the potential health impacts of traditional dental treatments and are seeking safer, more natural options. Holistic dentistry aligns with this shift by emphasising the connection between oral health and overall wellness, using biocompatible materials and minimally invasive techniques.

Phoenix FM: What are some advantages of holistic dentistry compared to traditional dentistry?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Holistic dentistry uses safe, non-toxic materials, reducing the risk of harmful exposure. We focus on preventative care, educating patients about the links between oral health, diet, lifestyle, and overall wellness. This proactive approach helps prevent dental issues before they occur. Additionally, holistic treatments are less invasive, preserving more of the natural tooth structure, leading to less pain and quicker recovery times.

Phoenix FM: Can you give us an example of how holistic practices differ from conventional methods?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: For instance, instead of amalgam fillings that contain mercury, we use composite fillings made from non-toxic, biocompatible materials. We also address dietary and lifestyle factors to prevent future decay. In cases where a root canal is needed, we might use alternatives like ozone therapy to avoid leaving dead tissue that can harbour bacteria.

Phoenix FM: How do patients respond to this approach?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Patients generally respond very positively. They appreciate the personalised care and focus on overall well-being. By using natural treatments and emphasising prevention, patients experience fewer complications and a better quality of life.

Phoenix FM: Thank you, Dr. Kamosi. It’s been a pleasure having you.

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Thank you for having me.

About Dr. Nico Kamosi:
Dr. Nico Kamosi is a Specialist Periodontist, Implantologist, Prosthodontist, and Holistic and Biological Dentist. He holds multiple advanced degrees, including a TDL, DDS (Sweden), MSc in Periodontology (England), MClinDent in Periodontology (England), MSc in Implant Dentistry (England), Dip in Aesthetic Medicine (England), MClinDent in Prosthodontics (England), and certifications in Dental Hygiene and Systemic Health (RCS England), Orthodontics (England), and Law (England). He is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) SMART-Certified, Federation of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry (EFP), and the European Society of Ceramic Implantology (ESCI).

For more information on holistic dental treatments, please refer to the London Specialist Dentists website.

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Dr Nico Kamosi on the Benefits of Holistic Dentistry

Phoenix FM: Welcome, Dr. Nico Kamosi. Could you start by explaining what holistic dentistry is?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Thank you for having me. Holistic dentistry, also known as biological or integrative dentistry, considers the health of the entire body, not just the mouth. We use natural, non-toxic materials and biocompatible techniques to promote overall health and well-being, rather than just treating dental symptoms.

Phoenix FM: Why is holistic dentistry becoming a trend now?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: People are becoming more aware of the potential health impacts of traditional dental treatments and are seeking safer, more natural options. Holistic dentistry aligns with this shift by emphasising the connection between oral health and overall wellness, using biocompatible materials and minimally invasive techniques.

Phoenix FM: What are some advantages of holistic dentistry compared to traditional dentistry?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Holistic dentistry uses safe, non-toxic materials, reducing the risk of harmful exposure. We focus on preventative care, educating patients about the links between oral health, diet, lifestyle, and overall wellness. This proactive approach helps prevent dental issues before they occur. Additionally, holistic treatments are less invasive, preserving more of the natural tooth structure, leading to less pain and quicker recovery times.

Phoenix FM: Can you give us an example of how holistic practices differ from conventional methods?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: For instance, instead of amalgam fillings that contain mercury, we use composite fillings made from non-toxic, biocompatible materials. We also address dietary and lifestyle factors to prevent future decay. In cases where a root canal is needed, we might use alternatives like ozone therapy to avoid leaving dead tissue that can harbour bacteria.

Phoenix FM: How do patients respond to this approach?

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Patients generally respond very positively. They appreciate the personalised care and focus on overall well-being. By using natural treatments and emphasising prevention, patients experience fewer complications and a better quality of life.

Phoenix FM: Thank you, Dr. Kamosi. It’s been a pleasure having you.

Dr. Nico Kamosi: Thank you for having me.

About Dr. Nico Kamosi:
Dr. Nico Kamosi is a Specialist Periodontist, Implantologist, Prosthodontist, and Holistic and Biological Dentist. He holds multiple advanced degrees, including a TDL, DDS (Sweden), MSc in Periodontology (England), MClinDent in Periodontology (England), MSc in Implant Dentistry (England), Dip in Aesthetic Medicine (England), MClinDent in Prosthodontics (England), and certifications in Dental Hygiene and Systemic Health (RCS England), Orthodontics (England), and Law (England). He is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) SMART-Certified, Federation of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry (EFP), and the European Society of Ceramic Implantology (ESCI).

For more information on holistic dental treatments, please refer to the London Specialist Dentists website.

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