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What Most Doctors won’t Tell You about Gum Disease

By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

July 17, 2019

Most physicians don’t have much training in oral health. They don’t have a lot of interest in it, either. After all, there are dentists, periodontists and endodontists to take care of those concerns.

But as a certified functional medicine physician, I have a great deal of interest in what is going on in your mouth. And for good reason…

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I notice that patients with gum conditions and dental problems are more likely to experience more serious health concerns than people who have good oral health. And there is a reason for this.

As it turns out, all of those nasty, gum-destroying bacteria (P. gingivalis and others) don’t just stay in your mouth. They also escape into your bloodstream. Continue reading