Mark A. Breiner, DDS is a graduate of the Temple University School of Dentistry and has been practicing dentistry since 1971. He served as a Captain in the United States Army for two years, where he was appointed head of Dental Prosthetics at the White Sands Missile Range. In 1973, Dr. Breiner established a private practice in Fairfield, Connecticut. He was among the first proponents in Connecticut in the 1970’s of dental treatment for TMJ sufferers. As his TMJ patients found relief from their suffering, other seemingly unrelated complaints disappeared as well.
This led Dr. Breiner to realize that dentistry, viewed as part of the “whole person,” was a missing link that needed to be explored. In 1999, after more than twenty-five years of exploration, Dr. Breiner published his first edition of Whole-Body Dentistry™, a book that reveals the dental component as the ‘missing piece to better health.’ He continued to draw upon his decades of experience to write Whole-Body Dentistry: A Complete Guide to Understanding the Impact of Dentistry on Total Health. This publication has garnered numerous awards and has been sold worldwide.