Holistic, Biological Dentistry Near Carlsbad, CA

More than a few folks think that dentistry and medicine don’t have much of anything to do with each other. In fact, it’s a false division, perpetuated more by tradition than science. Over and again, science has shown that oral and whole-body health are closely linked.

According to the great German physician and medical researcher Dr. Reinhold Voll, up to 90% of all health problems may be linked to conditions in the mouth.

Even conventional dentistry now recognizes the connection, such as the proven link between gum disease and other inflammatory conditions – heart disease, diabetes, stroke, Alzheimer’s, rheumatoid arthritis, and more. Most dentists also recognize that poor oral health can greatly interfere with a person’s emotional well-being and overall quality of life.

So What Makes Biological Dentistry So Different?

Biological dentistry is holistic in nature. The teeth, gums, and mouth are not viewed in isolation. They are understood to be part of a dynamic whole – one that includes physical, energetic, and spiritual aspects. When you see a biological dentist, you are seen as a whole person, body, mind, and spirit.

To address this multidimensionality, biological dentistry blends the best of 21st-century dental practice with traditional healing wisdom. We rely on leading-edge techniques and tools, including lasers, dental ozone, and PRF (platelet-rich fibrin). At the same time, we incorporate practices like nutrition, acupuncture, neural therapy, homeopathy, light therapies, and more to support the best outcomes from dental treatments of all kinds.

Education and prevention are key to what we do. Education lets you make the most informed decisions possible regarding your dental care. It also helps you understand the steps you can take to keep your teeth, gums, and jaws healthy for a lifetime.

Biological dentistry is minimally invasive, sparing the teeth any undue trauma that could hasten their demise. When more invasive treatments such as fillings, crowns, or implants are called for, we use only biocompatible materials, never toxic metals. The same goes for orthodontic devices, oral appliances, and dentures (partial or full).

Biological dentistry is fluoride-free, mercury-free, and mercury-safe. Not only do we never place “silver” amalgam fillings; when a patient chooses to have them removed, we follow strict safety protocols to protect the health of the patient, ourselves, and our environment alike. When a patient has existing amalgam fillings, we never polish them or treat them in ways that accelerate the release of mercury vapor, for this neurotoxin is most dangerous when inhaled.

While mercury fillings are one of the most common dental factors that have been found to fuel various chronic health problems, there are others, including residual infection in root canals and jawbone osteonecrosis, often referred to as “cavitations.” Because of this, we are well-versed in the needs of patients with longstanding health challenges in which oral conditions may play a role. We routinely collaborate with integrative physicians, naturopaths, chiropractors, osteopaths, and other healers, coordinating care in our mutual patients’ healing journeys.

Above all, we view each and every patient as an individual with agency, not a passive patient. A biological dentist takes the time to really get to know you – not just your dental and medical history, but you, personally, as well as your needs, goals, and values. A biological dentist doesn’t dictate your care. Instead, we present you with choices and information about the pros and cons of each, so you can make health decisions that make the most sense for you and your family.

We always welcome new patients here at San Diego Wellness Dentistry and hope to meet you and your family in the near future. We think you’ll find our center eco-friendly, comfortable, and relaxing – an ideal place for your family’s dental home. Contact us today to schedule your first visit or to get answers to your questions about the difference that a holistic dental approach can make for you.

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About San Diego Wellness Dentistry

For over 30 years, Dr. Parsi has designed and created thousands of beautiful, dazzling smiles with a passion for smile makeovers with the latest science and technology in cosmetics, all porcelain or zirconium veneers, crowns and bridges, orthodontics, facial orthopedics and neuromuscular joint function. Dr. Parsi is accredited for mercury safe dentistry with the state-of-the-art mercury removal protocols, providing biological dentistry by using BPA-free bio-compatible tooth color materials, utilizes the oxygen/ozone therapy, and integrating nutritional support and innovative chirodontics for optimal health and vitality.

San Diego Wellness Dentisty is proud to be the holistic dental choice for residents of Carlsbad, CA, CA and beyond. We invite you and your family to experience the difference that a natural, biological, minimally invasive approach to dental care can offer, and we look forward to meeting you soon!

Get to Know Carlsbad, California


The city of Carlsbad is located in the North County region of California’s San Diego County. Located in the San Diego-Chula Vista-Carlsbad, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area, the city is 87 miles (140 km) south of downtown Los Angeles and 35 miles (56 km) north of downtown San Diego. There are many golf-related businesses in Carlsbad, and it is an especially popular destination for tourists. According to the census, the city has a population of 114,745 and a median income of $123,409.
It is believed that Carlsbad’s history began with the Luise*o (the Spanish name given to them since they lived close to Mission San Luis Rey) and also with some Kumeyaay in the La Costa area. There was at least one native village in nearly every reliable freshwater creek, including Palamai. Located just south of today’s Buena Vista Lagoon, the site is a great place to hike and explore.

The first European land exploration of Alta California, the Spanish Portolá expedition of 1769, met native villagers while camped on Buena Vista Creek. Another Luiseño villages within today’s city of Carlsbad was a village at the mouth of the San Marcos Creek that the Kumeyaay called ‘Ajopunquile’. A Kumeyaay village that was visited by Portolá was Hakutl, in the Rancho Ponderosa area.

As part of the Mexican period, in 1842, Rancho Agua Hedionda was granted to Juan Mara Marron in Carlsbad.

Former sailor John Frazier dug a well near the center of town in the 1880s. As a result, the whistle-stop became known as Frazier’s Station after he began offering his water there. The town was named after the famed Karlsbad spa in Bohemia after a test of a second fresh-water well demonstrated that the water was chemically similar to water in some of the most popular spas in the world.

In order to capitalize on the discovery, a group of Midwest merchants, including Samuel Church Smith, D. D. Wadsworth, and Henry Nelson, set up the Carlsbad Land and Mineral Water Company. Soon after, several marketing campaigns focused on attracting tourists were launched and the town was renamed. As a result of increased investment by new businesses and homeowners during the 1880s, growth was rapid in the area. In addition to citrus fruits and avocados, olives and avocados soon changed the landscape. Prices of land in San Diego County fell by the end of 1887. A fertile irrigation system however helped the community thrive.

The site of John Frazier’s original well can still be found at Alt Karlsbad, a replica of a German Hanseatic house, located on Carlsbad Boulevard.

In 1952, Carlsbad was incorporated to avoid annexation by its neighbor, Oceanside.[17]

The single-runway Palomar Airport opened in 1959 after County of San Diego officials decided to replace the Del Mar Airport.[18] The airport was annexed to the City of Carlsbad in 1978 and renamed McClellan-Palomar Airport in 1982 after a local civic leader, Gerald McClellan.

In 1976, Jack Graham and John O’Malley built Carlsbad Skatepark. The park was located on the grounds of Carlsbad Raceway and was designed and constructed by the inventors. Rather than remain an industrial park, the site of the original Carlsbad Skatepark and Carlsbad Raceway was demolished in 2005. However, two skateparks have been constructed since then.

Legoland California was opened in March of 1999. Merlin Entertainments operates Legoland’s first theme park outside of Europe. The LEGO Group owns 70 percent of the shares, while Kirkbi has 30 percent of the shares.

There is a large desalination plant in Carlsbad. Construction completed on the Carlsbad Desalination Plant at the Encina Power Station in December 2015.

Despite this fact, the city has a total area of 39.1 square miles, mostly comprised of water, including three lagoons and a lake.

North Carlsbad is part of a tri-city area that includes Oceanside, the Western part of Vista, and southern Carlsbad.

A mild climate and ocean-side cliffs with white sand beaches attract vacationers all year long.

A breakdown of Carlsbad city households from 2015 to 2019. Married-couple households constituted 56.6%, cohabiting couple households accounted for 5.1%, and households with single individuals accounted for 24.7%.

There are an average of 263 sunny days per year in Carlsbad because its climate is semi-arid and Mediterranean (Koppen classification BSh). In addition to mild winters, there are periodic rains. In January and December, some inland valleys may see frost. Summer has almost no rain but is generally overcast and cool because of Pacific fog. The weather here is usually mild and pleasant, but some days each year can be very hot due to hot dry Santa Ana winds.

Neighborhoods & Zip Codes
  • Carlsbad Village
  • Bressi Ranch
  • Calavera Hills Village
  • La Costa Oaks South
  • Aviara
  • La Costa
  • Buena Vista Lagoon
  • Olde Carlsbad
  • Village
  • North Beach
  • Tamarack Point
  • Hediona Point
  • Robertson Ranch
  • Carlsbad Ranch
  • Kelly Ranch
  • Rancho Carlsbad/Sunny Creek
  • South Beach Poinsettia
  • Industrial Corrido/City Entre
  • Rancho Carrillo
  • La Costa Greens
  • Rancho La Costa
  • La Costa Ridge
  • La Costa Oaks
Zip Codes
  • 92008
  • 92009
  • 92010
  • 92011
  • 92024
  • 92056
  • 92078
  • 92081
Driving Directions

Take Carlsbad Blvd to CA-78 E in Oceanside

6 min (1.7 mi)
Head northwest on Carlsbad Blvd/Lincoln St toward Carlsbad Village Dr
Continue to follow Carlsbad Blvd
0.6 mi
At the traffic circle, continue straight onto County Hwy S21/Carlsbad Blvd/State St
Continue to follow County Hwy S21
0.5 mi
Turn right onto Vista Way
0.5 mi


Follow CA-78 E and I-15 S to Rancho Bernardo Rd in San Diego. Take exit 24 from I-15 S

23 min (24.3 mi)
Continue onto CA-78 E
12.8 mi
Keep left to stay on CA-78 E
1.0 mi
Keep left to stay on CA-78 E
2.3 mi
Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 17A to merge onto I-15 S toward San Diego
7.8 mi
Take exit 24 for Rancho Bernardo Rd
0.4 mi


Continue on Rancho Bernardo Rd to your destination

3 min (0.7 mi)
Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Rancho Bernardo Rd
0.4 mi
Turn right onto Bernardo Center Dr
0.2 mi
Turn right onto Bernardo Plaza Ct
0.1 mi
Turn left
Destination will be on the right
135 ft

Our Location Near You

San Diego Wellness Dentistry
11777 Bernardo Plaza Ct Suite 106
San Diego, CA 92128

Call for an Appointment

(858) 485-6199

Hours of Operation

Monday through Thursday: 8AM-6PM
Friday: Closed

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