lane freeman colorPodcast Episode 022: Dr. Lane Freeman: Mercury poisoning, root canals and toxic teeth

Dentistry and Oral Hygiene isn’t the sexiest health topic around, I know.  But if you will take a few minutes and listen below to the amazing passion and info that Dr. Freeman brings…..this information could change you and your family’s lives.


Topics Covered on This Podcast Episode:

  1. Mercury Fillings and how they effect your health

  2. Truth about Root Canals and the massive impact they have on certain patients health

  3. How Bio-compatible testing creates the best opportunity for patients to get the best filling materials, etc.

  4. Dr. Lane’s non-negotiables when it comes to dental hygiene — It is not what you think 🙂

Dr. Lane’s Bio:

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 a member of the IAOMT (International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology), 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.

Connect with Dr. Lane and Important Links:

Healthy Smiles for Life Dental Practice

International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT)