Meet the Doctors

Dr. Gene Sambataro
Dr. Gene Sambataro

Why I Focus on Biological Dentistry

The truth is, I could not passively stand by anymore, waiting for my patients and fellow health care providers to make healthier decision in their lives. I know that most people are either misinformed about or unaware of the risks of traditional dental practices and the benefits of biological dental care.

If you knew what I have learned about the dangers of mercury amalgam fillings, fluoride, toxic root canals and gum disease, your decisions about dental health care would be quite easy to make.

For example, there are many physicians that report nearly 80% of all illnesses are related to infections, toxicities, and imbalances in the mouth.

I choose to focus on biological dentistry because I believe we are at the beginning of a fundamental shift in the practice of dentistry. A transformation that will shift the focus of dental practices away from the emergency treatment of symptoms towards compassionate, comprehensive and preventative biological care that truly embraces the philosophy of Hippocrates: “First do no harm”. In this type of health oriented dental practice Dentists will become patients Primary Care Physicians.

 

Dr. Emily Meltzer
Dr. Emily Meltzer

Dr. Emily Meltzer has been in practice since 2007. After obtaining her undergraduate degree from George Washington University, she earned her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Temple University's School of Dentistry. She subsequently did a general practice residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. She practiced in Philadelphia for four years before moving to Baltimore Maryland.

Dr. Meltzer believes that a life-long commitment to education is the key to providing exceptional dental care. She keeps up to date on advances in the dental field and enhances her skills by attending training courses in advanced dental care, cosmetics and occlusion. She has been to the Pankey Institute and is a member of a Spear study club. Dr. Meltzer is currently a member of the Academy of General Dentistry.

Dr. Meltzer went into dentistry because she loves being artistic and building relationships with her patients. She has a passion for creating beautiful, healthy smiles and making her patients feel comfortable.

 

 

Dr. Kristen Graham
Dr. Kristen Graham

Dr. Kristen Graham is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Dentistry and was a member of the Gamma Phi Delta Prosthodontic honors fraternity. She had additional training in orthodontics and is also a published author. Her paper was published in the Journal of the Academy of General Dentistry.

Dr. Graham is committed to pursue Biological/Holistic Dentistry and she is currently attending the American College of Integrative Medicine and Dentistry and will graduate as a Naturopathic Doctor in July of 2017. She is also a Certified Yoga Instructor. Although not teaching at this time, she does practice regularly.