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03/18/24 • Community Voice

CHD Mourns Passing of Dr. Eric Zaremski, ‘a Great Advocate for Health Freedom’

Dr. Eric Zaremski, a founding member of the Children’s Health Defense, California Chapter, and a well-known leader in the holistic dental field died unexpectedly on March 12.

Dr. Eric Zaremski, a founding member of the Children’s Health Defense (CHD), California Chapter, died unexpectedly on March 12.

Eric, a dentist who lived in Greenbrae, California, was a well-known leader in the holistic dental field who practiced minimally invasive techniques and used ozone therapy. His commitment to medical freedom and education made him one of the most sought-after dental ozone trainers in the U.S. 

“I am grieved to know of the unexpected passing of Dr. Eric Zaremski,” said CHD President Mary Holland. “He was a great advocate for health freedom and a critical force in CHD’s work in California in particular. We will miss Dr. Zaremski’s passion and kindness.”

The founder of and co-author of several articles on dental ozone, Eric trained dental teams across the U.S. on dental ozone applications and clinic setup. He held a B.A. in biochemistry. 

But it was his passion for changing the world and standing for truth and justice that made Eric a valued volunteer to not only CHD but also the medical freedom movement throughout the world, a spokesperson for CHD California said, adding:

“Eric’s vibrant energy and calm demeanor endeared him to everyone who met him. He was a beloved, wise man whose personality was infectious and whose kind heart was always available to help whomever he met. His presence will be dearly missed by all and his warm smile will never forgotten.”

Eric grew up in Palos Verdes, California. From age 12 he knew he wanted to be a dentist because he was intrigued by the tools his father’s dentist used. 

Eric moved from Southern California to attend the University of California, Berkeley, where he majored in biochemistry. While attending school, he volunteered at Highlands Hospital in Oakland, California, in the emergency oral care department to learn about “oral triage” care. 

Dentistry gave him the ability to restore smiles and provide the best oral care treatments to improve people’s health and lifestyles. He became fascinated by how oral surgeons were able to reengineer patients’ jaws and restore dental function after a tragedy. 

After his education, Eric took some time off to pursue other interests, which led him to start his own company. After a few years, he decided to return to his dream of becoming a dentist. He attended the University of the Pacific Dental School in San Francisco in 1996. During his education, Eric worked in the faculty dental practice with his professors. 

His dedication to dentistry led him to be invited to co-research “Laser Technology” under the direction of Dr. John Featherstone and Dr. Doug Young, at the University of California, San Francisco. 

Eric graduated in 1999 with honors. Upon graduation, he worked with Bay Area dentists before opening his own general, cosmetic and restorative dental practice in Greenbrae, in 2002. 

Eric served on the executive board of the Marin Dental Society as the editor in charge of the newsletter, and on various community service boards. He was an adjunct professor at the University of the Pacific and regularly volunteered his time at local community dental screenings and clinics to help disadvantaged children. 

He supervised dental students and dental professionals to treat children who did not have an opportunity to visit private dentists. He also urged dental students to give back to their own communities after their graduation.

Eric enjoyed early morning walks in Muir Woods, baseball, gardening, reading and spending time with friends, family and his wife Christine.

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