Huguette Duteau, D.D.S.

  • Board Certified Biological Dentist
  • Member, International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine
  • Member, International Academy of Oral Toxicology and Medicine

Dr. Huguette Duteau received her degree as a Doctor of Dental Surgery from Howard University in Washington D.C. She was the recipient of the prestigious Restorative Award and was voted Best Hands by her peers in her graduating class. Dr. Duteau furthered her training during her General Practice Residency at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University at Harlem Hospital in New York City. During her residency, Dr. Duteau not only practiced general dentistry but also gained extensive experience in oral surgery.

As years went by Dr. Duteau expanded her clinical protocols to include principles of Biological Dentistry. She became an active member of the highly respected International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT). She is currently Board Certified Biological Dentist and is an appointed Board Member of the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine (IABDM). Dr. Duteau trained under the late Dr. Hal Huggins, an internationally recognized “father of holistic dentistry”. His revolutionary approach centers around delicate human biology and naturally occurring immune cycles that must be taken into account when performing “Dental Revisions”.

She became a proficient practitioner of Huggins-Grube Protocol as an associate at Centers For Healing in Scanton Pa.,with Dr. Blanche Grube.

Dr. Duteau has completed workshops up to the advanced level of Craniosacral Therapy at the Upledger Institute and continues to share this knowledge with her patients.

A lifelong learner, Dr. Duteau continues her quest for dental excellence by participating in advanced training courses at the Swiss Biohealth Education in Zurich, Switzerland. The program specializes in ceramic implantology with SDS implants, the uses of PRF, Neural therapy, in addition to promoting the removal of heavy metals from the mouth.

Dr. Duteau loves giving back to her community and, for the past 13 years, has returned to Haiti on medical missions with St. Paul’s Catholic Church. The mission provides dental care to those who would not have access to it. It is a part of her life’s passion to share her gifts and improve people’s lives through charitable work.

Dr. Duteau is very excited to have joined White Sands Dentistry in Bradenton and to be able to offer these unique services. Her mission is to help people improve and maintain their oral health whereby improving their systemic health and overall quality of life.

General Practice Residency: 1989-1990
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, Harlem Hospital, New York, NY

Education: 1985-1989
Doctor of Dental Surgery 1989 Howard University School of Dentistry, Washington D.C.

Society Memberships

  • Dental Amalgam Mercury Solutions (DAMS)
  • International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine (IABDM)
  • International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT)

Articles

Medical Mission to Haiti

Since 2006, Dr. Duteau has traveled to Haiti as part of a medical mission with St. Paul’s Church in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Her annual-week long trip involves going to the island of La Gonâve and providing dental care to patients who do not have access to dental care. Over the past decade, Dr. Duteau feels that it has been very gratifying to observe the dental need of the population shift from emergency dental treatments to mostly elective preventative care within the local community.

Dr. Duteau continues to return to Haiti and provides dental care on an annual basis whenever it is logistically possible.

Here are a few images from her trips. Click on the image to see a larger version.