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Dr. John

Human Wellness & Periodontal Pathogens-
Raising the Standard of Care.

A Healthy Mouth Means
A Healthy Body

Cleveland Clinic advocates dentistry
and medicine collaborate.

Periodontitis is a systemic disease. A medical problem, with a dental solution.
Translocated oral pathogen biofilms will not respond to SRP and will remain to repopulate the mouth as they attack vascular, lung, or GI tissues in the immune compromised patient.
Join the movement to practice a new standard of care for periodontal disease.

Dentistry's Call to Action

  • The microbe Pg now linked to onset of Alzheimer's

  • 90% of heart attack patients have gums that bleed

  • 87% of diabetics have some form of periodontitis

  • 75% of preeclampsia episodes linked to oral bacteria

  • 60% of ora-digestive cancers now linked to patients with chronic periodontal disease

  • More than 50% of cardio vascular events have an oral pathogen at the epicenter

  • Periodontal pathogens raise hsCRP with no other confounding factors

  • The same biofilm of pathogens found in the mouth, are found on carotid artery walls in patients with bleeding gums

  • Immune compromised patients do not naturally fight pathogenic attack

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Implementing oral systemic and integrative medicine protocols to
identify and treat high risk pathogens in high risk patients to mitigate the
consequences of chronic disease

Patients | Launch Oral Systemic Heath

These are your patients.

They are an important part of your practice and health is very important to them.

70% of them have gums that bleed at some level. Of that group, 91% have heart disease with about 50% of CVE linked to a periodontal pathogen. About 88% are diabetic, and between 25 and 60% will have, or have had, cancer initiated by an oral pathogen.
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