Dr. Dawn Ewing
Executive Director of the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine (IABDM), and Author of Let the Tooth Be Known
Topic: Cavitations and Root Canals
Dr. Dawn Ewing is a naturopathic practitioner in Houston, Texas, Executive Director of the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine (IABDM), and author of Let the Tooth Be Known, now in its fourth edition.
She began her career as a dental hygienist after graduating from the University of Texas Dental School in 1988 and was eventually appointed to the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners by the governor, serving two terms.
A thirst for knowledge about the human body immersed her in the world of emergency medicine. Becoming a Nationally Registered Paramedic, she spent 12 years on a 911 ambulance and four years in international air ambulance transport.
She began teaching CPR to the public, Advanced Cardiac Life Support to health care providers and became an affiliate faculty member of the American Heart Association in 1987.
She was drawn back into dentistry by a biological dentist. He was looking for someone with knowledge of the body as a whole, not just the mouth. This new excitement led her to return to school for a doctorate in naturopathy, a PhD in holistic nutrition and a doctorate in integrative medicine at Capital University of Integrative Medicine.
Obviously a perpetual student, Dr. Dawn continues to do far more than the 80 hours of continuing education each year required for her combined licenses.
We speak of the difference in accuracy for detecting cavitations and root canals; cone beam xray and EAV
All root canals are bad, period. There are some people who can function OK with them, depending on their bodies energy capacity and immune system
Every tooth is on a specific organ meridian and sometimes several teeth are on various meridians
Energy proceeds chemistry for infection detection
Dr. Ewing uses heat sensing thermography in her practice as well as EAV
The smallest of mercy in the mouth gets distributed in the body with simple brushing, chewing and with hot drinks
Insure what ever materials are put into your mouth have been tested for bio compatibility
please ask Dr Ewing the cost of cavitation surgery…I’ve heard some astronomical prices.while searching this subject..and how do we know if we need these or root canals removed ?
I had a cavitation test done on 4 missing teeth with a machine exactly like yours. They showed all good.
However when I did a energy test like Dr Jerry Tennant does the 3 teeth that had no ozone or PRF Platlet Rich Fibrin all tested bad… only the one done with ozone and PRF tested good………. Any Ideas..
Morning !! A friend had about 8 root canals… is that why he’s having so many heart problems
Dawn Ewing and The Whole Tooth, July 9, 2019