A Legendary Biological Dentist Passes On

by | Dec 4, 2014 | Biological Dentistry

Dr. Hal Huggins died this past weekend – and biological dentistry lost one of its fiercest advocates and outspoken practitioners. He was 77 years old.

As late as September, he was still publicly fighting the good fight against mercury amalgam fillings and other dental factors that can play a role in chronic, systemic health problems. We were honored to be among those who heard him speak that month at the IAOMT meeting down in Austin, where he presented a “Dental Poem” on his vision of a healthier future for dentistry. Check it out:

The complete text of the poem is available here.

A memorial service is planned for Saturday, December 6 at the Center for Spiritual Living in Colorado Springs. In lieu of flowers, donation may be sent to the Toxic Element Research Foundation (TERF), 5082 List Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80919.

You can read the full obituary here.

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