The following is a list of books that we recommend and where to go to get more information about them, including how to purchase them.
Books by Tom McGuire, DDS
One of the leading authorities on mercury amalgam fillings, chronic mercury poisoning, mercury detoxification, and holistic dental wellness for the lay person. His books are a must read if you have gum disease or amalgam fillings and want to remove stored mercury from your body safely and naturally, and learn about the relationship of oral to overall health.
The Poison in Your Teeth: Mercury Amalgam (Silver) Fillings . . . Hazardous to Your Health
Mercury Detoxification: The Natural Way to Remove Mercury from Your Body
Healthy Teeth, Healthy Body
Tobacco and Your Oral Health by Arden G. Christen and Jennifer A. Klein
Brief patient education guide to how tobacco affects your health. Discusses benefits of stopping tobacco use and how to choose a cessation program.
Oral Health in America: A Report of the Surgeon General
The first-ever Surgeon General’s report on oral health identifies a “silent epidemic” of dental and oral diseases that burdens some population groups and calls for a national effort to improve oral health among all Americans.
Understanding Impacted Wisdom Teeth, by Joel M. Berns
Provides information for the patient about wisdom teeth: how they develop, how they become impacted, why they are often removed, and the best time to have them removed.
The Bad Breath Book, by Fred Siemon
A comprehensive guide to the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of halitosis, commonly known as bad breath. It brings information from science, medicine, dentistry, and other areas together to offer the reader an intelligent and effective method of minimizing or treating the problem.
Amazing Smiles Through Cosmetic Dentistry, by Albert J. Kurpis, DDS
If you or someone you know is considering improving their smile with cosmetic dentistry, then this is the book for you. Dr. Kurpis covers techniques involving porcelain veneers, porcelain crowns, fixed bridges, dental implants, cosmetic gum surgery, Invisalign tooth movement, and teeth bleaching, to name just a few. He explains in a simple way the “language” used by those in the dental field so you can use it to communicate more clearly and get what you want.