The Premier
Dental Ozone Therapy Training

Our Mission

Our mission is to teach, share and create therapies and disciplines that provide practitioners all the tools necessary to treat patients with the most advanced, integrated modalities that provide improved therapeutic outcomes.
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Participants Will Learn

Introduction to the fundamentals of dental ozone

Proper operation of all ozone equipment

Nasal and ear insufflation treatments

Hands-on training in all oral/facial procedures

Treatment of periodontal disease with ozone gas, ozonated water and ozonated oil

Dental aerosol elimination

Disinfection of prepared tooth surfaces and oral surgical procedures

Endodontic disinfection and treatment of periodontal disease

Dental clinical ozone procedures

Classes are limited

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Meet Our
Professional Instructors

Dr. Griffin Cole

Dr. Griffin Cole DDS, NMD, MIAOMT, IBDM

Dr. Griffin Cole has been providing oxygen-ozone healing therapies in clinical practice since 2006. One of the early users of ozone in dentistry, Dr. Cole became proficient in all aspects of its use and was the first dentist to present to the American Association of Ozonotherapy in 2010 on the healing effects of ozone on BRONJ (Bisphosphonate-related Osteonecrosis of the Jaw). He drafted the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology's official Scientific Review on Ozone use in root canal therapy and is the Vice-President and COO of The Center for Advanced Dental Disciplines (CADD), the premier ozone training center in the country. Dr. Cole is a clinical professor at the American College of Integrative Medicine and Dentistry (ACIMD) and former clinical professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center Dental School. Dr. Cole brings 28 years of clinical practice and 15 years of ozone use to the courses he teaches with Dr. Robert Harris, one of the co-founders of the ACIMD, the first school to offer ozone training for dentists.

Dr. Robert Harris

Dr. Robert Harris DMD, NMD, FAACP, IBDM

Dr. Robert Harris began using ozone in his office in 1998. He presented the first "Introduction to Dental Ozone" course for practitioners in his office in 2002. He is a nationally and internationally recognized lecturer on the use of dental ozone. He has held faculty positions at: Ft. Benning, GA Dental Corps Post Faculty, University of Louisville School of Dentistry, Capital University of Integrative Medicine (Professor Emeritus Departments of Dentistry and Natural Medicine) and The American College of Integrative Medicine and Dentistry. Dr. Harris has also held positions on the Board of Directors of: The American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, Capital University of Integrative Medicine and The American College of Integrative Medicine and Dentistry. He was the Dean of Academic Affairs at Capital University of Integrative Medicine and chaired the Investigational Review Board.(IRB) Dr.Harris began his private practice of dentistry in 1974 and currently continues in full time private practice. He is the President and CEO of CADD.

Dr. Cole interviews Dr. Val Kanter, endodontic specialist, about root canals and some of the misinformation surrounding this very controversial procedure.
What is Ozone? - Ozone is a very strong antimicrobial agent. It is effective against bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites, and can be utilized in many restorative procedures...

Educational Goals

  • Understand the science and dental practice applications of ozone gas, ozonated water and ozonated oils
  • Integrate ozone methods and procedures into daily practice
  • Treat dental infections without toxic side effects
  • Hands on set-up and use of the ozone generator for dental procedures
  • Elimination of aerosol/biofilm contamination in the dental office

Participant will be able to describe

  • The science behind the mode of action of ozone gas, ozonated water and ozonated oils on hard and soft tissues.
  • The clinical uses of ozone gas, ozonated water and ozonated oils for patient treatment
  • The proper concentrations for clinical applications of ozone gas, ozonated water and ozonated oils.
  • The proper safety monitoring of the ozone unit.