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Antibiotics for dental procedures linked to serious and potentially deadly infection

The overuse of antibiotics is already at an alarming level – worldwide. It is resulting in the creation of pathogens called “superbugs” – that are resistant to many antibiotics prescribed today; killing off friendly bacteria in the gut and weakening the overall strength of the immune system. Now, new evidence is showing that the prescription of antibiotics by dentists is contributing to the spread of Clostridium difficile (C. diff) – a potentially deadly infection. And all too often, say researchers, these antibiotics are prescribed needlessly. The evidence for this public health issue was just presented at IDWeek 2017. Overprescription of antibiotics cause unwanted health outcomes The symptoms of C. diff infection include severe diarrhea and other gastrointestinal issues. The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has been tracking the spread of community-associated C.… Read More

Poor oral health contributes to 6 common diseases

“Giving up junk food.” “Getting off the sofa.” “Quitting smoking.” These are the common, and beneficial, lifestyle changes that many people adopt when they become serious about avoiding heart disease and cancer. But, what about poor oral health? (does your doctor appreciate the danger?) I understand: making an appointment with a licensed dental hygienist just doesn’t have the same sense of urgency as seeing your cardiologist for a checkup – but, maybe it should. When it comes to preventing chronic, life-threatening diseases, maintaining good oral health may be one of the more important things you can do. Sadly, there are literally millions and millions of people that walk uninformed about how gum disease can set the stage for six serious diseases. Keep in mind, these horrific health problems are completely avoidable –… Read More

Dental fillings with mercury can cause over 30 chronic health conditions!

(via NaturalHealth365) If you think the only thing to fear from a dental visit is some discomfort, think again. Conventional dentistry practices, like putting dental fillings loaded with mercury in the mouth, are exposing the body to neurotoxic heavy metals and increasing the risk of systemic infections – which lead to many chronic health conditions. Dental amalgam fillings are made of material containing between 43 and 54 percent mercury, a known neurotoxin. While people with an above average number of fillings are known to excrete as much as 10 times the mercury of someone with no fillings, that level can be reduced by 90 percent if the fillings are removed and replaced with safer material. The link between mercury-based, dental fillings and chronic illness The National Institute for Health’s extensive epidemiological study,… Read More

The Cavity-Reversing Tooth Powder That Makes Going to the Dentist Unnecessary

The food choices modern people make directly affect their oral health. Unfortunately, most of them make poor choices and this is the reason why there are so many cases of tooth decay today. Dr. Weston Price, a respected dentist, says that tooth decay begins inside our body. Beans, seeds, nuts and grains contain phytic acid and this acid has proven to be problematic. Namely, phytic acid is a phosphorus form found in plants. It is very common in grains and some seeds. Obviously, this acid is packed with phosphorus, a mineral that has a molecule similar to a snowflake. In one-stomached animals and humans this mineral is not bio-available right away. Besides stopping the immediate availability of phosphorus, the specific form of the molecule of phytic acid allows it to attach to… Read More

Dental Composites Linked To Behavioral Issues In Children.

Research published in the journal Pediatrics indicates that some dental composites — long promoted as overall safer than mercury-based amalgams — are having a significant negative impact on the psychosocial functioning of children. In fact, bisphenol-A based dental restorations were found to be worse than mercury-based amalgams when it came to learning impairment and behavioral issues. [i] The study used data from The New England Children’s Amalgam Trial, which, surprisingly, found that children randomized to amalgam restorations had better psychosocial outcomes than those assigned to bisphenol-A based epoxy resin composites (bisGMA) for tooth restorations. The new analysis aimed to “examine whether greater exposure to dental composites is associated with psychosocial problems in children.” The results of the study, which looked at a group of 534 children, 6 to 10 years old,  were… Read More

How to Remove Plaque Without Going to the Dentist

by healthyfoodstar We all know that when it comes to removing plaque, the dentist will do the job perfectly. However, there are many natural recipes through which you can get rid of plaque at home. 1st recipe: Ingredients needed: 30 grams of walnut husks Water Method of preparation: Put the walnut husks in a bowl, add the water and place the mixture on fire. Cook for 15 minutes. Soak your toothbrush in the resulting mixture and wash your teeth for 5 minutes. Repeat this procedure in the morning, afternoon and evening. 2nd recipe: Ingredients needed: 4 tablespoon of sunflower seeds 4 tablespoon of linden flower 1 liter of water Method of preparation: Put the ingredients in a bowl, cover them with water and place the bowl you are using on low fire.… Read More

Ozonated Olive Oil Promotes Oral Health

The use of oxygen in complementary therapies has been gaining momentum in recent years, particularly in the area of dentistry. While ozonated olive oil has many practical and effective uses, such as supporting skin health, research has shown it to be especially helpful for periodontal disease. Gingivitis, typically caused by diets laden with sugar and refined carbohydrates, is a growing issue today. One recent study is revealing just how powerful ozonated therapy can be in the area of teeth and gum health. If you’re currently suffering from any type of dental issue, you may want to continue reading. Olive Oil: A Potential Complementary Periodontitis Approach Ozone therapy isn’t an entirely new concept in dentistry. Previous research and medical reviews have discussed the importance of ozone in replacing antiseptic agents used against gingival… Read More