About Dr. D L Cook, DDS, SC,

PLEASE NOTE: Dr. Cook will be retiring from practice September 14th, 2017

 

Dentistry has far reaching effects on the human body. My experience that took place sixteen years ago, involved a painful elbow that almost ended my dental career.

Severe pain would not allow me to reach for dental instruments or extract a tooth that required any strength. An evaluation of my teeth with a Digital Computerized Meter pointed to a dead tooth that had no clinical symptoms.

Removal of the tooth relieved the pain in my elbow, and allowed me to continue to practice dentistry.

dentistdAn evaluation of my teeth with a Digital Computerized Meter pointed to a dead tooth that had no clinical symptoms. Removal of the tooth relieved the pain in my elbow, and allowed me to continue to practice dentistry.

I have repeatedly seen this same experience in variable symptoms of myindex1 patients; with root canals, cavitations, toxins from gingival cervicular fluid, metal and metal oxide in composites, and dental restorations. My forty-eight years in dentistry with the past twenty-one devoted to “dentistry health”—points to the critical health needs not addressed in our dental schools today.

Curriculum Vita
Graduate of Marquette University School of Dentistry
Captain in the United States Airforce as a Dentist in Germany Member of:
  • American Dental Association
  • Wisconsin Dental Association
  • Marinette Oconto Co. Dental Society
  • Wisconsin Dental Society of Anesthesiology
  • American Academy of Biological Dentistry
  • International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology
  • German Academy of Auricular Medicine USA
  • Center for Chinese Medicine
  • Seminars and continuing Education:
  • Electro Acupuncture by Dr. Rinehold Voll, MD
  • American Academy of Biological Dentistry
  • International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology
  • German Academy of Auricular Medicine USA
  • Center for Chinese Medicine

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