Nature at the patient’s service

Holistic Dental Treatment

When I first began my practice as a conventional dentist, twenty years ago, had anyone then told me that one day I would take part in the universal revolution of ideas and concepts on holistic dental treatment, I would certainly have been skeptical. And had we demonstrated, twenty years ago, concepts such as: “There is no need to brush your teeth more than once a day” or, “Bacteria are not our worst enemy in the mouth cavity,” or “Toothpaste itself can create a state of disharmony in the mouth and even cause long-term damage”—these notions would have unquestionably been denounced by the medical profession, and point blank!
Yet today, holistic and alternative medicine provides clear and effective responses, which offer considerable benefit to patients. Nature at the Service of Health has proven itself beyond any doubt. One of the substances that has led me on this route over the past twenty years is Yameline 300, the benefits of which I describe below.

Dr. Pisante’s Solution

As a student in Paris, and later as a doctor, it was Dr.Irene Pisante, a periodontist, who, more than anyone else, opened my eyes and clarified my thinking on this subject. Pisante spoke out against conventional concepts in dentistry and particularly against gum surgery, which she called an “infectious fashion.” The new agenda proposed by Pisante was simple, logical and brilliant: “One should focus more on hygiene and the internal equilibrium of the mouth cavity and less on combating plaque—because plaque is physiological and fulfills a function.”
Nowadays one assumes that it is the composition of food ingredients themselves which creates difficulties, as “fast foods” (which are overridingly soft) prevent the elimination of plaque, which adheres to the teeth and gums after a meal. Toothpastes (apart from Yameline 300, which is not defined as a toothpaste), focus on 2 the effort to remove plaque and tartar from the teeth. It is my view that most toothpastes contain chemical substances, which carry several disadvantages:

The Disadvantages of Normal Toothpaste

  • Toothpaste also eliminates important bacteria, thereby causing disharmony. This implies that along with our good intentions of creating order, cleanliness and white teeth, we are indiscriminately disrupting the internal equilibrium of the mouth cavity.
  • The aggressive taste and flavor of toothpaste. We have become accustomed (mainly by massive advertising) to believing that the taste of menthol means cleanliness and hygiene, and thus we also cling to the illusion of white teeth. But is doing so, we neglect to consider whether we are not hereby developing a dependence on harmful medical substances. We must forget that our body has “its own desire to repair itself.” The human body has extremely sophisticated mechanisms for gearing the body to absorb food, through the secretion of enzymes that prepare the mouth cavity for the digestive process. Some of the enzymes are found in the plaque itself, while others are secreted from the gums around the Sulcus. One can safely assume, therefore, that toothpaste, with its advertised “total (24 hour) protection…” actually obstructs the natural flow and the activities of the mouth cavity.
  • Naturally rejecting foreign substances. When teeth are not completely healthy, or have foreign substances, the human body tends to emit them. The holistic theory supposes that the body rejects, and even aspires to emit foreign objects, including toothpaste that purports to offer 24-hour protection.

One principle that should be borne in mind is that, during any 24-hour period, most
bacteria of the Gram+ type, and only later does the number of Gram-, anaerobie,
spirochetes, etc, increase…. Thus, there is no need to brush one’s teeth more than
once a day! Additionally, a person’s saliva offers the best protection and contains the
necessary substances for combating bacteria. The more chemical substances you put 3 in your mouth, including regular toothpaste, the more the process of affecting the equilibrium is accelerated….

Yameline 300: A Revolutionary Substance

Every dentist knows that salt is simply one of the best antiseptics! From Dr.Pisante I learned about the incredible capacities of salt and natural minerals found in nature—in various compounds and dosages for various treatments. It was from her that I got acquainted with Yameline 300 for the first time—a jelly substance containing these properties. The product, which is extracted from Dead Sea minerals, has changed my philosophy; transforming theory into practice. This undoubtedly natural, revolutionary substance, is altering the philosophy of modern dentistry. My first patient was in 1983—and the results were incredible. Over the past twenty years, I have made consistent use of Yameline 300. The unique viscosity of the gel enables active substances to penetrate the mouth cavity. The natural uniqueness of this substance is that it leaves no residue after being used and, within a matter of minutes, becomes an integral part of the desired equilibrium in the mouth cavity.
From my experience in this field, the prevalent concept regarding Yameline’s action is simple and brilliant—as befits Nature. The gel decomposes the molecular chemical link of the plaque, facilitating its easy removal. This is even more apparent which applying it to tartar: drip a few drops on the spot where tartar is concentrated, wait a few minutes and the tartar softens and can easily be removed.
It is truly amazing to see how an utterly natural substance, extracted from salt minerals, can preserve the mouth, gums and teeth hygiene.


Undoubtedly, there is a distinct difference between the results obtained from clinical tests on patients using Yameline 300 and those not using it; between those who prefer toothpaste which relies mainly on massive advertising and good PR. The question is: who do they benefit?
When asked at various forums which toothpaste was preferable—a question one often encounters during one’s career as a dentist—my response, after over twenty years of experience, has been loud and clear: IF YOU DO NOT USE THE NATURAL YAMELINE 300, THEN DO NOT USE ANY OTHER TOOTHPASTE. YOU WOULD BE BETTER OFF BRUSHING YOUR TEETH WITH ONLY WATER..

Getting to the Root of the Problem Simply and Effectively

If one again considers the conservative types of toothpaste that most people use, it’s difficult to ignore the foam they create during the process of brushing—which further complicates the clearness of the action itself—a situation which would never occur in a natural substances such as Yameline 300. As a dentist, I use only Yameline, and after more than twenty years’ use, I can plainly recognize whether a patient is using it or not!
During seminars and conversations with my colleagues, I always recommend this “natural revolution.” Patients feel better and from my experience, you can get to the root of the problem simply and easily—without the intervention of chemical substances that might cause long-term damage. Yameline has been a natural medical tool for over twenty years now—a tool that decreases gum sensitivity and prevents bad breath—in contrast to some toothpastes which can cause bad breath by disrupting equilibrium. Yameline improves the appearance of the gums and, in many cases, restores their natural pink color; it treats tartar effectively, strengthens the link between teeth and gums, and stabilizes the teeth by preserving this gentle link.
The area that comes into contact with the gums must be completely smooth. If rough (for instance, due to remnants of toothpaste or local infection, occasionally caused by chemical substances in the paste) the link is affected and might cause gum regression and tooth movement.
And if these qualities were not convincing enough, I show add that Yameline thoroughly disinfects, maintains equilibrium in the mouth cavity (with the intervention of chemical substances), preserves the natural condition of the mouth and even prevents gum surgery in some cases. And all this is present in a natural substance—extracted from the Dead Sea.

The road from conventional dental medicine to holistic and alternative medicine now seems shorter. You can embark on the road with Yameline 300, and save yourself over twenty years of research. This is a feature of the most innovative, natural medicine. Most importantly—it benefits the patient.

Dr Claude Hayat, Dentist