Did you know that 80% of the general population has periodontal disease? This disease causes heart attacks, strokes and a lower birth rate. When you understand the relationship between gum disease and other diseases, you see that oral health affects overall health and is a major public health problem.
A recent HD webinar provided valuable information and insights into the importance of oral health. In this live broadcast, Paul Malkmus, CEO, was joined by Gary M. McCown, DDS, MAGD. Dr. McCown is Clinical Assistant Professor in The Department of General Dentistry at The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, as well as a practicing dentist.
Here is a sampling of the topics they discussed in this eye-opening webinar:
- Dental research that matters to you
- The vital importance of good nutrition
- Combine the right diet, juicing and exercise
- The impact of white flour and sugar on teeth
- Avoiding dental disease and decay and systemic illness
- Preventing and addressing periodontal disease and cavitations
- Dangers of mercury/silver amalgam restorations
- Why focal infections are acceptable to most dentists
- Why dental implants are far superior to root canals
- How to avoid anaerobic infections
- Why fluoride is bad
- Why it’s important to understand that teeth are living systems
Click here to access video coverage of the entire webinar. Feel free to share with family and friends.
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