Category Archives: Oral Health


Why Are My Gums Receding and What to Do About It

Why Are My Gums Receding and What to Do About It

Gums receding are not only something you find only in the aged. It can happen to anyone at any time. It is a painful condition that often has added complications. These include gaps forming between your gum line and teeth where harmful bacteria build up over time. The bacteria, of course, could cause added complications […]

This Fat Found in Fish Oil Can Improve Your Gum Health

This Fat Found in Fish Oil Can Improve Your Gum Health

A study conducted by scientists at Harvard shows that adding extra DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) omega-3, which can be found in fish oil, can help improve outcomes in individuals suffering from periodontitis, an infection that erodes soft tissue in the gums and the bone that supports teeth. An estimated 30-50% of the population of the US […]

Reversing Gum Disease: Oral Health and Vitamin C

Reversing Gum Disease: Oral Health and Vitamin C

Common unresolved dental problems include repaired but still toxic root canals, refractory periodontitis, tooth abscesses, decayed teeth, gingivitis, improperly extracted teeth with smoldering infections, leaking mercury fillings, and dental material sensitivity reactions in or around the oral cavity. If left untreated, these oral pathological conditions contribute to increasing systemic bacteria count and thus a higher […]

EDTA Chelation and the Removal of Toxic Metals

EDTA Chelation and the Removal of Toxic Metals

The concept of EDTA chelation therapy as a way to remove heavy and toxic metal has been well established as a standard medical procedure for over 50 years. It is approved by the FDA for treatment of lead toxicity. The use of IV chelation therapy for cardiovascular disease and atherosclerosis (made popular by a book […]