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Discover Whole Body Wellness Through a Revolutionary - and Natural - Approach to Dental Care
Date:2/19/2009

The Center for Natural Dentistry - San Diego County's premiere dental practice (online at http://www.NaturalDentistry.us) - launches a revolutionary care program designed to promote whole-body health at its newest dental practice in downtown Encinitas

ENCINITAS, Calif., Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Most people despise the dentist - the chemical smells, the sound of drills whirring, the bright lights. It causes many Americans to skip the dentist altogether. But what if there was an alternative ... a place patients could go for gentle, effective, natural dentistry? Thanks to Dr. Marvin, San Diego County residents have exactly that.

On March 18, 2009, The Center for Natural Dentistry, located in downtown Encinitas, will open its doors to everyone who values their health and wants to explore a natural, effective method of dental care. All are invited to stop by for a visit to learn more (and win a few free gifts, too!) about how patients can benefit from natural dental care.

Most people face the same dilemma: they understand proper dental health can add as many as 10 years to their lives, yet they despise dental visits. Consumers buy floss and tuck it in the back of the drawer. They buy expensive toothpaste but brush for 15 seconds. They covet whiter teeth but drink coffee, followed by soda, finished off with some tea.

People understand the value of dental care but loathe everything that goes into maintaining proper dental health. Now there's an alternative.

The Center for Natural Dentistry in Encinitas, California provides an alternative that encourages whole-body wellness through natural, holistic dental care.

With a customized, individual dental health program, patients can avoid the costly, stressful trips to a traditional dentist: no more chemical smells, no more threat of gum surgery, no more mercury po
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