Thursday, January 10 2019
6:00 pm-9:00 pm Seminar with Dinner
TOPIC: Ozone Dentistry, Dr Mark will also touch on the effects of Corporate Dentistry and how to protect private practice.
VENUE: Edina Country Club 5100 Wooddale Ave, Edina
Ozone dentistry is a treatment in which medical grade oxygen is supplemented with an additional oxygen molecule-this creates 03 or ozone. Ozone is then applied to a dental cavity-this sterilizes the tooth and promotes your body’s ability to heal itself. This revolutionary treatment uses modified oxygen and water to treat cavities, wounds, endodontic preparations non-invasively. What if you could use just one, highly effective, non-toxic agent for any and all infectious processes in the oral cavity? What if that same agent not only eliminated all pathogens (not just bacteria and viruses, but ALL pathogens)? What if this agent not only eliminated pathogens but brought Dental Unit water lines down to virtually 0’s but also stimulated natural healing processes in soft tissue, bone, and teeth?
Selective elimination of pathogens while supporting healthy cells and stimulating bone and wound healing. Ozone/Oxygen gas has been used in dentistry and medicine around the world for over a century. It has a safety record that exceeds that of any pharmaceutical agent. There are hundreds of professional studies documenting safety and efficacy. Come to see how Ozone can impact our practice and possibly increase the quality of your life.
This presentation will also take a look at trends in Dentistry and make a case for ways to sustain a healthy practice in these times of corporate escalation.
He is a member of the American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, and Minnesota Dental Association. Dr. Malterud has been a Board Member of the Academy of General Dentistry and a founding member of the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry. He is also a Fellow in The American College of Dentists and the Academy of Dentistry International and he consults with various dental manufacturers on their products to continually improve the quality of dental products available to his patients.