In today’s world of modern medicine, the typical recommendations of major surgery, cortisone shots and opioid supplements are taking a backseat to alternative methods that support a more holistic approach.
The flu is hitting us hard this year, resulting on 60 deaths so far. It may be a weak vaccine, low public awareness or just bad luck. Every year we face the same possibilities, just as with extreme weather events such as floods and hurricanes.
Dr. Daniel Strader is a biological dentist and owner of Dallas Designer Smiles. His father and grandfather were also dentists. “I was convinced early on by my dad that being a dentist would be the best profession in the world,” Strader recalls.
While growing up outside Beaumont, Dr. Robyn Abramczyk, of Smile Ranch Dentistry, always knew she wanted to be a doctor. When she was 10 years old, Abramczyk was in a severe auto accident, and endured multiple oral surgeries, which made her fearful of the dentist’s office.
It doesn’t take long to find health care-related references in today’s media identifying modern challenges people face with issues such as health insurance the opioid epidemic, obesity and other chronic conditions.