Did you know your mouth is the window to your entire body? Don’t think just oral health, think oral-systemic health. What goes in your mouth goes into your gut, your liver, gall bladder and can enter your bloodstream. So eat wisely, eliminate toxins, and care for your tongue, gums and teeth with great care. Mercury amalgam fillings, bad bacteria, chronically infected root canals or wisdom teeth cavitations can wreak havoc on your immune system, causing systemic inflammation and spreading infection to other parts of your body by draining through the lymphatic system. Choose your systemic dentist wisely, and if your dentist doesn’t know what systemic dentistry is…it might be time to look for a new dentist, one who knows biomimetic materials and who practices mercury-free and no-drilling dentistry.

“Recent research suggests a link between oral health and heart disease, stroke, preterm births, diabetes and respiratory disease.* In fact, a visit to the dentist could detect more than just a cavity, as often the first sign of a medical condition will appear in the mouth. This new OnQ series focuses on the importance of dental and oral care, and its impact on your overall health…”

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