Dr. William D. Nordquist, in his new book, “The Stealth Killer”, describes a very special and hard to kill gum disease bacteria called, spirochete.
This gum disease bug is contagious, can be spread by a spore form that can live outside the body indefinitely, and inside your body’s own cells, hiding from your immune system. A gum disease bug that causes gum disease, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, autoimmune diseases and cancer.
This bacteria has traveled all over the world, mutated into many highly contagious forms, and if not treated early is a permanent resident inside your body’s cells and nearly impossible to kill. Early, aggressive treatment is extremely important.
The bug is contagious through saliva, blood and bodily fluids. If you are infected, the early stages must be caught fast by a dentist that has a phase contrast microscope and then treated fast and aggressively or it will become a permanent resident inside you.
He recommends a long course of antibiotics, antimicrobial irrigation of the gum pockets, laser gum therapy and meticulous home care. You need to find a dentist that can aggressively kill the early stage infestation and track your progress with a microscope.
At my office we use Periodontal therapy appointments utilizing bactericidal agent such as, colloidal silver, iodine, dilute bleach mouth-rinse, herbs and essential oils. Through cleaning and irrigation the gum pockets, laser therapy to vaporize the bugs inside the gum pockets and effective home care are also utilized.
Home care includes Tooth & Gums toothpaste and irrigant, baking soda and salt massage, herbs and essential oils (such as wintergreen thymol, and eucalyptus), nutrition and health education.
If not caught early and controlled then the teeth may need to be extracted, the bone socket cleaned out properly, and expensive replacement options completed.
Find a holistic dentist that has a phase-contrast microscope and can treat these dangerous bacteria or call call me 760-729-9050.
To your Optimal Health and Vitality with Beautiful Smiles
Rev. Dr. Stephen A. Lawrence