Root Canals & Cavitations Are Wrecking Your Health

Dr. Stuart Nunnally and Dr. Lane Freeman talk about the dangers of root canals, how cavitations affect your health and how to keep your oral health clean and strong.


Dr. Stuart Nunnally is a graduate of the University of Texas Health Science Center Dental School in San Antonio (1980). He maintains an integrative biological dental practice in Marble Falls, Texas where he and his partners have treated patients from all fifty states and forty-seven countries.

Dr. Nunnally is chairman of the jawbone osteonecrosis committee of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology. He holds fellowships in the Academy of General Dentistry and in the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology.

Dr. Nunnally is board certified in naturopathic medicine and is board certified in integrative biologic dental medicine. He is licensed in intravenous conscious sedation and is a member of the American Dental Society of Anesthesiologists. He serves on the teaching faculty of the Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine and The American College of Integrative Medicine and Dentistry, and he frequently teaches on all aspects of biological dentistry.

He is married to his high school sweetheart, Rebecca, and they have three grown children.

Dr. Lane Freeman returned to join her childhood dental practice in 2002, after completing her undergraduate work at the University of Texas in Austin and receiving her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the UT Health Science Center’s top rated dental school in San Antonio. Dr. Freeman has completed numerous hours of continuing education in the fields of biological dentistry and is also certified in IV conscious sedation. She is an accredited member of the IAOMT (International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology),
member of the American Institute of Implant Dentistry, the American Dental Association, and the Heart of Texas Dental Association. Dr. Freeman has a passion for educating her patients on the relationship between their oral health and overall systemic health. In addition to her practice in Marble Falls, Dr. Freeman enjoys participating in mission experiences both locally and abroad. Her vision, and that of the entire staff, is to exceed each patient’s expectations every time.

Dr. Freeman and her husband, Rusty, have two children (and 3 dogs), and enjoy snow skiing, sporting events, traveling, and spending time with family. She feels blessed by the Lord to be able to practice with such an amazing staff.


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  1. G Vas says

    Thanks for sharring this video. I went to get my teeth cleaned today at my biological dentist here in San Antonio. I found him after listening to this and other previous videos on the subject.
    Awesome work Justin 👍
    God bless you.🤗

  2. Ichel Ichel says

    When I was a young child, I had a lot of dental work done. Of course, it was silver fillings and silver caps. I had a lot of sleep disturbances that I never related to my dental work until later on in my life. Sometimes, as I would begin to fall asleep, I would hear music in my head. It was the craziest thing, because it sounded like the radio. There would be complete songs playing that I've never heard before and sometimes people would be talking. I remember a strange buzzing feeling in my head when this would happen. Other times, I would feel a buzzing vibration go across my skull, like it was being drawn in a line with an electric pen. I've had all the amalgams and silver caps removed by this point and I haven't experienced anything like that since before they were removed. If I would have heard someone tell me this story, I would've thought they were crazy, if I hadn't experienced it myself.

  3. Jordan Rivera says

    People like Dr. Nunnally and Dr. Levi influenced me to have all five (yes 5) root canal teeth removed, all on top. It was a big decision but now I'm so glad I did it. I have a partial on top. I can live with it just fine. All five teeth were pulled out within a few minutes, no pain, by an oral surgeon. Then I went to my bio dentist that afternoon and they cleaned out the area and they gave me homeopathic after testing me to see what kind works.

  4. 33ajbf says

    I am a Dentist, great topic! thank you 💛

  5. aquamarina says

    You're doing great things! <3

  6. xenochaosxc says

    Any experience or thoughts on using oxygen concentrators? Isn't lung cancer one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers? Sorry if this is a little off-topic, but it has been on my mind.

  7. Eduardo Augusto Silvestre says

    Great !
    I need to remove my titanium implants but i don't have any biological dentist near to me.
    Sad but true.

  8. Angie Damian says

    A dentist told me that amalgams that are already in place cannot be replaced by composites unless the former shows cracks.

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