Our Own Uniquely Qualified Doctor

by | Mar 17, 2016 | Biological Dentistry, General Health

Dr. Masoud AttarWe’re proud to announce that Dr. Attar is now a board certified naturopathic physician!

And yes, he’s still a dentist, too.

Last month, he received his certification from the American Board of Integrative Medicine and Dentistry and is certified by the American Naturopathic Certification Board. What this means, besides more letters behind his name, is that Dr. Attar is all in when it comes to his commitment to holistic health care.

What is naturopathic medicine? And what does it mean for you?

Naturopathic medicine really attempts to determine and address the true cause of medical concerns, not just treat the symptoms. Naturopathic doctors (NDs) understand that the body has an innate ability to heal itself.

Dr. Attar’s role in a client’s care can now focus more specifically on identifying, and finding ways to remove, all obstacles that get in the way of health. Once those obstacles are removed, the body can go about its business of restoring optimal function.

Dentally speaking, Dr. Attar has long been focused on disease prevention. As you know, holistic practitioners see the whole person, not just the parts they treat. Having a dentist who is also a certified ND means having a doctor who can fully engage in whole body “medical” concerns – an area normally off limits for dentists.

Dr. Attar’s certification as an ND offers clients a unique and comprehensive approach when it comes to disease prevention and health elevation.

Since you are your own best health care advocate, we want to tap into your body’s innate wisdom. As a client, you can expect to be actively involved in any treatment provided. We look forward to the opportunity to help you find effective self-care solutions that will prevent health issues while we continue to service your dental needs.

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