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This content was provided by Dr. Virtue "Dr. Virtue was born in Camden, NJ in March 1952. A son of a steal turbine engineer he and his family including his sister Barbara moved to McAllen Tx, then back to NJ only to return to Colorado City, TX. His dad was installing turbines in power plants around the country which kept them moving often. At 13 years old he moved to Stubenville, OH for two years then on to Indianapolis, IN. Dr. Virtue attended Carmel High School and graduated in 1970. He attended Indiana-Purdue University and graduated in 1975 with a BS in science. While painting houses to support his family of three he graduated in 1979 from Indiana University Dental School. Dr. Virtue moved to Winston-Salem in August of 1979 and started practice in Yadkinville. His main interest is providing comfortable Biological, Cosmetic, Mercury safe Dentistry. Dr. Virtue is a Naturopath as well as a Certified Biological Dentist. He is a fellow in the IAOMT as well as past President and now serves as secretary. Doc enjoys teaching hundreds of dentists and their staff Biological Dentistry. Dr. Virtue enjoys life with his 2 daughters and 4 grand-daughters in Winston-Salem. His spare time is used enjoying his lake house at Smith Mountain lake. When winter hits he can be found on the ski slopes as he has for the past 42 years. "
This content was provided by Dr. Virtue "Our practice was established in 1979 and for the last 20 years has been devoted to Biological Dentistry, meaning we remove amalgam, silver mecury fillings with the guidance of the IAOMT. Dr. Virtue is the past President of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology where he teaches Biological Dentistry to hundreds of Dentists and team members every year and is currently serving as Secretary of the IAOMT. "