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• The Health Connection
• Mankind’s Most Prevalent
Dangerous Disease
• The Laser Connection
• The Heart Gum-Disease
Connection
• The Diabetes Connection
• The Pregnancy Connection
• The Nutrition Connection

Research News


• Perio Disease & Overall Health
• High Sensitivity C Reactive Protein
• Link between gum disease &
Heart Attacks
• CRP Causes Blood Clot
Information
• Periodontal Therapy Lowers
CRP
• Periodontal Disease & Diabetes
• Diabetes CRP & Heart Attacks
• Pregnant Women & Perio
disease
• Perio Disease & Lung Disease
 

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Dentistry is a lot more than just beautiful smiles. Dentistry is important to your health. New research is coming out everyday about the oral systemic connection to overall health. Keeping your teeth and gums healthy can increase life expectancy by 10 years or more. This is especially true for patients that are at increased risk of a heart attack, diabetes or are pregnant.  Click on a link below to learn more about the dangers of inflammation and how your dentist can help you stay healthy.

Sleep Disorders   Inflammation   Gum Disease   Mercury Removal   TMJ-Jaw Pain

Researchers have discovered an important connection between periodontal disease and heart disease, stroke, diabetes, pre-term low birth weight babies, cancers, Alzheimer's, respiratory disease, kidney disease plus others. The oral systemic link between periodontal and health remains very strong.

Centers For Dental Medicine has created a new standard of care for preventative medicine as the bridge between dentistry and medicine. We provide a thorough periodontal health screening and if you are at risk for systemic disease will coordinate with your medical health team to reduce your health risks and provide any necessary treatment for periodontal disease.

If you do require periodontal treatment it can now be done painlessly with lasers, avoiding surgery in most cases. The treatment has no side effects and will in fact enhance your immune system and overall health.

You Can Find A Center For Dental Medicine In Your Area By Phoning Toll-Free 1-866-619-8020.