Biocompatible Dentistry Full Mouth Reconstructive Prosthetic Dentistry Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy Splint Therapy Temporomandibular joint therapy involving orthodontics/orthopaedics
DDS, University of Alberta, 1975
Biological Dentist, 2010
#701-805 West BroadwayVancouver, BC V5Z 1K1 Canada
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December 31, 2023 11:59 pm
Dr. Ara Elmajian has practised dentistry in Vancouver, British Columbia since receiving his Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Alberta in 1975. He has also completed postgraduate work in the fields of orthodontics and prosthodontics. Dr. Elmajian received his Certification as a Biological Dentist in October 2010. Dr. Elmajian has been an advocate for detoxification for many years and recommends and guides his patients through proper protocols suited to their needs. He has extensively studied and adopted the powerful field of homotoxicology and uses homeopathic remedies to support a person’s own healing abilities. Dr. Elmajian has also been involved in research in the fields of myofascial and neural therapy. He was one of the first in these fields to use homeopathic remedies along with local anaesthetic for various required injections. He discovered the revolutionary technique of intraoesseous neural therapy (I.O.N.T.). This has proven to be a valuable tool in the diagnosis of jaw cavitation and in numerous other treatment applications. In treating the many aspects of chronic pain and illness Dr. Elmajian adopts a multidisciplinary approach. His method of diagnosis involves scientific medical testing and dark field microscopy. He also uses various techniques to regulate the autonomic nervous system. He may use craniosacral, myofascial, neural and ozone therapy in his treatment. Dr. Elmajian is the owner and main practitioner of Kinetic Patterns Medical Clinic. He has lectured and written articles to present at Biological Dental and Medical Conferences and Naturopathic Conventions in Canada, Europe, and the United States. He has also published three articles in Explore Magazine.