Doctors should be especially interested in recommending chlorine dioxide to all their patients to control the flora in their mouths, importantly to eliminate gingivitis, and thus overall inflammation and increased rates of heart disease. Scientists have discovered a conclusive link between gum disease and both cancer and heart disease through the years.
Doctors need to study what dentists are already doing. They are using chlorine dioxide to mitigate serious periodontal disease. It is a chance for doctors to do a fantastic job with disease prevention. A chance to cut infections off at the pass. Thus a chance to prevent the torment of cancer. However, dentists do not recommend their patients swallow chlorine dioxide, but doctors should. It will be ideal for whatever tissues it descends upon if it is suitable for the oral cavity.
This is all-important because “Our study provides the first strong evidence that periodontal disease increases the risk of pancreatic cancer,” said Dr. Dominique Michaud of the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, who led the research. Men with a history of periodontal disease had a 64% increased risk of pancreatic cancer than men with no such history.
People with increased severity of periodontitis with recent tooth loss had the greatest risk. People with periodontal disease have an increased level of inflammatory markers such as C reactive protein (CRP) in their blood. These markers are part of an early immune system response to persistent inflammation and have been linked to the development of pancreatic cancer. It is the high levels of carcinogenic compounds that are present in the mouths of people with periodontal disease that increases risk of pancreatic cancer.
A published study in the Journal of Periodontology confirms recent findings that people with periodontal disease are at a greater risk of systemic diseases, and periodontal disease appears to be a risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Men with periodontitis had a 72% greater risk of developing coronary disease. Gingivitis was associated with a 42% increased risk for men. A 1996 study involving over 1,100 individuals found that the incidence of coronary heart disease, fatal coronary disease, and strokes were all significantly related to their baseline periodontal status.
The same bacterium that has been cultured from the crud, or plaque, is seen in arteries. According to an article published in the Archives of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, chronic periodontitis is associated with an increased risk of developing cancer of the tongue among men. Researchers at the University at Buffalo and Roswell Park Cancer Institute have found the same thing.
The incidence of oral cancer is on the rise. Current estimates have the rate of increase at around 11%, with approximately 34,000 people in the U.S. being diagnosed with oral cancers each year. Of those 34,000 newly diagnosed individuals, only half will be alive in five years. Oral cancer can mimic common mouth sores meaning most patients do not experience noticeable symptoms in the early stage of the disease process, and that is dangerous.
Most of our cancer patients have
a lot of amalgam dental fillings.
Professor W. Kostler
President of Austrian Society of Oncology
Mercury vapors in the mouth, increased use of antibiotics, periodontal disease, inappropriate oral care, yeast and fungal overgrowth, and decreasing immune strength all collide and reinforcing each other in a downward trend that leads to disease and cancer. More than 50 million Americans suffer from periodontitis.
Gas and kill them is what we are doing to viruses when
we apply chlorine dioxide as a treatment against disease.
The underlying causes of periodontal disease are infectious agents such as virus, bacteria, spirochetes, amoebas and fungus. Periodontitis is a micro climate that reflects the macro climate of the entire body. In periodontal disease, the pathogens form a sticky, colorless plaque (Biofilm) that constantly forms on our teeth; however other factors can cause periodontal (gum) disease or influence its progression. Harvard Medical School researchers studied longevity and found that one of the most important factors for prevention of periodontal disease and gingivitis is daily flossing, because it removes bacteria from the teeth and gums.
Oral candidiasis, a fungal infection in the mouth, appears more frequent amongst diabetics and people who wear dentures. If you smoke, have high blood glucose levels or take antibiotics often, you are more likely to have a problem with oral fungal infections. Oral candidiasis is also more common amongst immunocompromised people such as those that have HIV or AIDS, are pregnant, or are undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy.
STOP USING FLORIDATED TOOTHPASTE! Commercial toothpastes are worthless as healing oral health agents though it does take a serious adjustment of the mind to throw out those tubes that have been around since we could walk and talk.
Sodium bicarbonate is used to reduce the inflammation of oral
mucosa resulting from chemotherapeutic agents or ionizing radiation.
Mucositis typically manifests as erythema or ulcerations.
Julia Roberts is famous for her bright smile and the actress says she owes it to her grandfather’s tip of using baking soda. “I brush [my teeth] with baking soda. [My grandfather] would put a big heaping mound of it on his toothbrush. He had only one cavity in his entire life,” Roberts said.
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