William Domb, DMD
Bill Domb maintained a very busy high-tech practice in Southern California east of Los Angeles, at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains in Upland and welcomed visitors from many states and countries to visit each year. Primary focus has been on aesthetic restorative directions, but the practice has a number of other active centers such as headache-TMD, fresh breath, anesthesia and sedation dentistry, implantology, underlying biochemistry analysis, and minimally interventive/preventive services with a focus on the many uses of ozone.
Bill is a co-founder of the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health, AAOSH, and the producer of the website ZT4BG.com. He founded the International Association of Ozone in Healthcare, currently its immediate past president.
Bill has restricted his practice to teaching and working with research patients. The various uses of ozone in the dental practice have occupied Bill for the last decade and he has taught many courses in the US and overseas looking at practical applications in many areas of dentistry and medicine.
He is the dental advisor to a Sjogren’s Syndrome group and Director of the Inland Institute of Aesthetic Dentistry. Dr. Domb sits on the faculty of local dental and medical schools and has chaired the Council on Dental Health for the California Dental Association.
He lectures on integrating the high tech practice with human factors that make it fly. An ongoing focus has been bringing modern dental technology to Central and South America, where he is supervising several different research programs. He is also quite involved in the production of educational video programs for dentists and physicians via his company Xcentric Studios.
Other interests include scuba diving, kayaking, flying, music and photography. Most recent CD/DVD is Free to Sing. Bill has recently returned from a European singing tour with Mastersingers USA, teaching trips in dental schools in Ecuador, Argentina, China, Mexico, Cuba and Dubai.
A recent trip took Bill to Haiti where he worked with physicians implementing programs incorporating ozone to treat fulminating infection and eliminate the current practice of amputation of infected limbs.
Bill’s wife Ellen Domb, PhD works with many large companies around the world in the area of technology innovation and enhanced creativity. She is just back from Korea and Vietnam and is now teaching in England.