ABOUT


Dentistry is part of Dr. Panahpour’s DNA; he come from four generations of dentists and oral surgeons. He is a biological dentist — also known as a systemic dentist, using holistic, natural, biomimetic materials, treatments and state-of-the-art technology with an integrative approach. He recognizes the need for a broader scope in modern dentistry. 

He is considered a pioneer in mercury-free, systemic and minimally-invasive dentistry, and is regularly asked to speak at holistic dental and systemic dental conferences and to naturopathic students worldwide.

Dr. Panahpour received his undergraduate at the University of California, Los Angeles, and obtained his degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery at the University of the Pacific, Dugoni School of Dentistry. After graduating with a degree in dental surgery, he obtained further education at the New York Academy of Medicine.


CAREER HIGHLIGHTS


A new kind of dentistry— based on an understanding that what happens in your mouth impacts your whole body— makes going to the dentist less invasive, less stressful and more conducive to your long-term wellbeing.

In the book THE GOOD DENTIST, Dr. Alireza Panahpour, DDS teams up with wellness writer Camilla Griggers, PhD, mixing personal anecdote, case stories, education and resources to give you the tools you need to find a good dentist for yourself and your family, and to recognize good dentistry when you see it.


Dr. Panahpour is a featured guest on King5 News (NBC Seattle) with Amity Addrisi (@AmityAddrisiK5) and Jake Wittenberg (@jwhittenbergK5) on Oct. 9, 2017 Dr. Panahpour is informing the public about research that is opening our eyes to the scientifically proven link between gum disease and breast cancer.


Dr. Panahpour appeared on The Wellness Hour where he discussed gum disease. Each week, The Wellness Hour airs on TV in approximately 70 million homes across the United States and Canada, featuring some of the nations leading medical doctors, dentists and other licensed health practitioners.

The medical news show has become a television and social media platform for doctors to discuss breakthroughs in their specialty with the communities they serve.