The quantum side of energetic dentistry

February 25, 2012

Beauty and Appearance, Dental

by Dr. Nicholas Meyer — 

I have written several articles on the various aspects of energetic dentistry, and today I would like to expose you to the quantum side of energetic dentistry.

Epigenetic Orthodontics is a relatively newcomer in the field of growth and development of the teeth, jaws and skull. It has become quite apparent through study that the skull and jaws are highly plastic, as they are movable and moldable.

These structures can then, with properly selected forces, yield some of the most beautiful faces, developed arch forms and enhanced airway development that the likes of traditional orthodontia could only have dreamed possible. Through applied biology, Epigenetic Orthodontics allows individuals to reach their unique biological genetic destiny.

All too often, the developing system goes “haywire,” as my grandmother used to say, and we see narrow arches and crowded teeth. With the proper application of acrylic and some wires for several months, we can encourage and allow individuals to grow into their full genetic potential as it relates to jaw size and tooth position.

The nice thing about this kind of philosophy is that it is unique to the individual. Here we have custom, individualized therapy that allows the full expression of the individual’s potential to be realized and not some “plaster-on-the-table” notion of what straight teeth should be.

The broad implications of these treatments are best evidenced in the field of facial orthopedics/orthodontics and sleep breathing disorders. What is it worth to treat a child with narrow arches who could face a future of sleep breathing problems, such as snoring and/or sleep apnea, and to then afford her the chance to enjoy movie star facial proportions (which you could argue was her God-given birth right to begin with)? All of this is possible, as the technology is now a reality.


Nicholas Meyer, D.D.S., D.N.M., is a general dentist in Scottsdale, Ariz., who has a special interest in developmental disturbances of the facial complex that contribute to such maladies as TMJ, snoring and sleep apnea. 480-948-0560, or

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 29, Number 6, Dec 2010/Jan 2011.

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