October 5


Epigenetic BioModeling with the DNA appliance System

By heheals

October 5, 2020

This is a clip from our webinar series showing an example of Epigenetic BioModeling.

Unlike other dental appliances the DNA appliance™ System remodels the underlying bone using epigenetic orthodontics.

Cosmetic Orthodontics with the DNA appliance™ System Webinar with Dr. Payam Ataii DMD, August 8th, 2012.

About Dr. G Dave Singh DDSc PhD BDS

He is the founder of the field of Epigenetic Orthodontics, President of BioModeling Solutions and the inventor of the DNA appliance System.


• D.D.Sc. Orthodontics, Dundee University, UK.
• Ph.D. Craniofacial Development, Bristol University, England, UK.
• B.D.S. Dental Surgery, Newcastle University, England, UK.
• Validated as Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.) University of Puerto Rico, USA.


• Senior Instructor: International Association for Orthodontics (IAO)
• Director of Continuing Education: SMILE Foundation, USA (ATG)
• Member: World Federation of Orthodontists (WFO)
• Member: American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP)
• Member: American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM)
• Member: American Academy of Gnathologic Orthopedists (AAGO)
• International Association for Facial Growth Guidance (IAFGG)
• Program Review Committee: Craniofacial Image Analysis for Biology, Clinical Genetics, Diagnostics and Treatment, Denmark (2006) (MICCAI)



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  1. You can only get a DNA appliance from a certified provider that has be specifically trained by either Dr. Dave Singh, Dr Martha Cortes, Dr Bill Harris or Dr Sam Cress. If you visit the website you can find a Certified provider in your area. It is not limited to the USA. We have providers in: USA , Canada, Mexico, Peru, UK, Hungary, Poland, Israel, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan.

  2. Using principles of Epigenetic Orthodontics the DNA appliance interacts with the mid-palatal sutures to grow new bone, widening your upper jaw. The DNA appliance can remodel the bones in the mid-face in both children and adults. It basically activates the genes that control craniofacial development.

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