AUCKLAND MONTHLY MEETINGS – FEBRUARY 2019
Back by popular demand, our Auckland Monthly Meetings offer the chance to learn about a new topic of interest in the integrative medicine field as well as the opportunity to meet and network with like-minded practitioners in an informal setting.
We are delighted to kick off the first meeting with a presentation on…
FORWARD EVOLUTION: Zirconia Ceramic Dental Implants presented by Dr. Jacques Imbeau
Medical implants are used for a wide range of applications. Recent research shows that commonly used metals such as titanium can cause a range of adverse consequences, especially in an individual with specific genetic polymorphisms. This presentation is about the evolution and development of ceramic dental implants that provide clear advantages and benefits over metals like titanium. The biological information that is relevant for dental implants is also valid for any other medical applications. This presentation will explain the development of zirconia implants as well as relevant clinical cases.
When: Wednesday 27th February, from 6.30pm for dinner, presentation begins at 7.30pm for 1 hour
Where: Grey Lynn RSA, 1 Francis Street, Grey Lynn – parking available onsite
Tickets: $40 – dinner and presentation or $20 presentation only. Click HERE to book tickets. Tickets must be pre-booked.
The meal will consist of a deliciously healthy mix of vegetarian/ vegan dishes, salads, seasonal vegetables and plenty of gluten-free options served buffet-style.
About Dr. Jacques Imbeau
Dr. Jacques Imbeau is the director of the Integrative Dental & Natural Health Centre in New Zealand, wherein he practices as a dentist and a natural medicine practitioner with a specific interest in integrative dental and natural health. He is one of New Zealand’s leading Integrative Dental Medicine practitioners and is highly experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases, with the mindset that it will inevitably have a flow-on effect in improving a person’s general health and well-being.
He is registered with the Dental Council of New Zealand and with Natural Health Practitioners New Zealand (Nutrition, Biochemistry , and Homeopathy) and is also the registrar of the New Zealand Natural Medicine Association. He is a fellow of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (FACNEM), a member of the Australasian Integrative Medicine Association, International Team of Implantology, International Academy for Ceramic Implantology, International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology IAOMT) and is SMART certified with the IAOMT. Dr Imbeau is a certified instructor in through-transmission alveolar ultrasonography and published author on such maxillofacial bone disorders as Ischaemic bone disease and Oral osteoporosis.
Dr. Imbeau has over 35 years of experience in dentistry and over 25 years in advanced diagnosis of oral dental pathologies, oral galvanism, dental material toxicity, facial pain, joint pain, maxillofacial bone disorders, malocclusion and nutritional imbalances resulting from such pathological conditions. Increasingly dental problems and common dental procedures can impact overall health and systemic health problems can adversely impact oral health so that an integrative approach to health is indicated, both as a preventative and curative modality.