Homeopathy and Its Ethical Use in Dentistry
British dental journal 2011 Apr 9; 210(7): 299-301
Media coverage of homeopathy over the past few years has tended to concentrate on the very negative position taken by sceptics, while the possible benefits of homeopathy are ignored. This has resulted in coverage that has been rather one-sided, inaccurate and at times hysterical. A perfect example is Dr David Shaw's opinion piece 'Unethical aspects of homeopathic dentistry' (Br Dent J 2010; 209: 493-496) which falls far short of providing a basis for balanced intellectual discussion. The authors are therefore grateful to the BDJ for the opportunity to outline the case for integrating homeopathy in dental practice.
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