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Oxygen/Ozone Therapy Course at Miles of Smiles Implant Dentistry: January 25 and 26, 2013

OXYGEN/OZONE THERAPY IN DENTAL MEDICINE

                                                          Silver Spring, MD

January 25 -26, 2013

Hosted by: Dr. Sammy Noumbissi

                                              INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Phil Mollica

This two-day course is hosted by Dr. Noumbissi and presented by Dr. Mollica. He will cover the multiple uses of oxygen/ozone in dentistry. Oxygen/ozone is known to be  anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-parasitic. Therefore ozone acts at the cellular level and interacts with human cell membranes in unique  and different way from that of pathogens. In this course the use of oxygen/ozone will be explained in the management of periodontal disease, prevention or arrest of tooth decay, rescue of failing dental implants and the elimination of infection in endodontically treated teeth.

About Dr. Mollica :

Dr. Mollica graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey Dental School in 1983. He entered a one year residency in Ora-Facial Pain at NJDS finishing in 1984. Dr. Mollica completed his Master’s Degree in Human Anatomy in 1979 from Fairleigh Dickinson University, School of Dentistry. He completed a Doctorate in Integrative Medicine and Naturopathic Medicine from Capital University of Integrative Medicine in 1999. Dr. Mollica is an Emeritus Professor of Integrative Medicine at Capital University of Integrative Medicine. He currently is President and Professor at the American College of Integrative Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey. Dr. Mollica has lectured around the world and authored text on Integrative Biologic Dental Medicine and Oxygen/Ozone Therapy in Dental Medicine. He is one of the most active continuing education lecturers in the dental world. Lecturing over 30 courses per year.

To learn more go to: www.ozonefordentistry.com/Doc_files/ozone%20article.pdf

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