The Total Health Dentistry Podcast
In this first of its kind dentist-to-patient podcast, you’ll gain valuable insight into the mouth-body connection. No vague fluffy notions – we’ll connect the dots. Join us for a worthy jolt of insight on the Total Health Dentistry Podcast with Dr.Ali.
Welcome to the Total Health Dentistry Podcast
Join Dr. Ali Farahani in the premiere episode of the Total Health Dentistry Podcast.
In our first episode of the Total Health Dentistry Podcast, Dr. Ali will help introduce the Three Pillars of Total Health Dentistry – Airway, Nutrition and Structure, and why they are crucial in understanding what is going on in the body and how it might be affecting your dental health.
In this episode we will discuss, checking the tongue, key dental development landmarks, nursing, what is Mom eating, baby’s spoon is for baby only, a common and harmless dental cyst, watching your infant sleep and underlying causes for thumb sucking and soother persistence.
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|1||Welcome to Total Health Dentistry||In the premiere podcast episode Dr.Ali Farahani introduces the concept of Total Health Dentistry and what you can expect to hear in upcoming episodes.|
|2||The Three Pillars of Total Health Dentistry||In this episode we will talk about why of all the possible key underpinnings I have chosen these three pillars. And we will dedicate the next 3 episodes following this one to discuss each of the three pillars in greater detail.|
|3||Airway: The first Pillar of Total Health Dentistry||This episode is dedicated to Airway. I hope that if you’re not already, before too long these episodes will make you into an airway advocate.|
|4||Nutrition: The second Pillar of Total Health Dentistry||Nutrition - how could something so basic be so apparently complex?|
|5||Structure: The third Pillar of Total Health Dentistry||Structure is a broad topic ranging beyond our airways into the bones of our skull, our orbit or eye sockets, cheekbones, ear canals, nostrils, palate, dental arches, teeth, our tongue and all of this has direct or indirect influence on our airway.|
|6||Total Health Dentistry throughout life’s many stages||In this episode I’d like to introduce the whole concept of treating patients purposefully by looking through the lenses of life’s various stages.|