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The Vital Importance of the Oral Systemic Link
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 8 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Brad Bale, M.D., and Amy Doneen, MSN, ARNP, founders of the Bale/Doneen Method for preventing Heart Attacks, Strokes, and Type II Diabetes, teach physicians, dentists, and other healthcare providers all over the world about the Oral Systemic Link. They even guarantee that if you follow their method, you will not get …

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Dr. Michael Roizen of the Cleveland Clinic Asks Dentists to Lead the Wellness Movement in Healthcare
Video Runtime - 8 minutes, 41 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Michael Roizen says focusing on WELLNESS AND PREVENTION IS THE KEY TO SAVING COSTS IN HEALTHCARE.   Dr. Roizen sees the dental profession as a highly credible army of healthcare providers who can lead the wellness/prevention movement in the United States and throughout the world.   Dr. Michael Roizen …

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Pregnancy Associated Gingivitis Can Lead to Pre-Term Birth and Even Fetus Death
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 6 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Yiping Han, Professor at Case Western Reserve University, visits with Dr. Mike Milligan at the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health 2nd Annual Scientific Session at the Cleveland Clinic. She discusses how mild pregnancy-associated gingivitis led to pre-term birth, and led to sudden fetus death at 39 weeks term. She urges …

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Patrick McKeown Lectures on The Buteyko Breathing Method
Video Runtime - 13 minutes, 40 seconds
May 4, 2017

Author of The Oxygen Advantage and many other books on the Buteyko Breathing Method, Patrick McKeown sat down with Dr Mike Milligan to discuss this revolutionary approach to breathing. The Buteyko Breathing Method is a discipline of breathing which a study published in the leading rhinitis journal Otolaryngology showed a 70% reduction …

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Dr. Kenneth Cooper, The Father of Aerobics, Talks About the 8 Ways You Can Stay Healthy
Video Runtime - 8 minutes, 23 seconds
May 3, 2017

In this interview, Dr. Kenneth Cooper gives his expert list of the 8 ways that you can stay healthy.   Dr. Copper is a board certified physician in Preventive Medicine, and is called The Father of Aerobics for his landmark 1968 book called “Aerobics” which changed the health landscape forever …

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Dr. Doug Thompson Interviewed on His Treatment Protocol for an Oral Systemic Dental Practice
Video Runtime - 26 minutes, 9 seconds
May 3, 2017

In this comprehensive talk, Dr. Mike Milligan talks to Dr. Doug Thompson on the specific procedures and protocols behind running an oral systemic dental practice. If you’ve ever wondered how it’s done, Dr. Thompson is the dentist to ask.                     Dr. Doug …

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Dr. Lloyd Rudy, Famous Cardiac Surgeon, Talks About the Importance of Oral Systemic Health
Video Runtime - 12 minutes, 57 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Lloyd Rudy was a legend in the field of cardiac surgery, credited with the discovery that heart attacks and strokes are caused by blood clots forming inside the artery walls. In this fascinating interview with Dr. Mike Milligan, Dr. Rudy talks of his experience in treating infections in heart valves, and …

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Physician Steven Masley Talks About the Oral Systemic Link
Video Runtime - 5 minutes, 32 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Steven Masley is a physician and author of 5 books on the importance of lifestyle and nutrition on your overall health. Here he sits down with us to discuss the importance of oral care on the health of the whole body.                 …

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Dr. Tom Nabors on Laboratory Testing for Oral Bacteria in the Dental Office
Video Runtime - 10 minutes, 6 seconds
May 3, 2017

Oral bacteria cause gum disease, tooth decay, and all kinds of problems in the mouth, which can cause problems in other parts of the body. Dr. Tom Nabors, the Founder of OralDNA, spoke to us during an AAOSH meeting at the Cleveland Clinic, ranked by U.S. News and World Report in …

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Cardiologist Dr. Jason Wischmeyer on Oral Disease and Heart Disease
Video Runtime - 11 minutes, 42 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Jason Wischmeyer is a cardiologist who understands the importance of dentistry in fighting heart disease. He states very emphatically that oral disease, such as periodontal disease is directly linked to heart disease.                   For More Information: www.OptimalHeartHealth.com

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Dr. Duane Keller Talks About the Effectiveness of Perio Protect on Oral and Systemic Health
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 13 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Duane Keller, the inventor of Perio Protect, shows moderate gum disease is an open bleeding wound the size of the palm of your hand through which people grind bacteria into their blood stream every time they eat. By treating only gum disease, 29 of 32 people after 14 days …

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Dr. Lee Ostler Discusses Immune Function and Its Connection to Dentistry
Video Runtime - 41 minutes, 21 seconds
May 3, 2017

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Dr. Tony Iacopino and the International Center for Oral Systemic Health
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 55 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Tony Iacopino is the Dean of Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. He discusses ways to present sleep problems to your patients, among other topics.                   For More Information On Any of the Above, Or to Join …

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Understanding Chronic Inflammatory Autoimmune Diseases
Video Runtime - 24 minutes, 4 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. William Nordquist presents a talk on chronic inflammatory autoimmune diseases. The diseases are thought to be caused from normal oral bacteria that has gotten out of balance. When spirochetes get to a large percentage of the oral bacterial flora, they cause periodontal disease and bone loss. The bone loss finding …

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Shannon Bales, MD on the Associations Between Insulin Resistance and Periodontal Disease
Video Runtime - 29 minutes, 22 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Shannon Bales talks about the need to manage periodontal disease for those with insulin resistance and diabetes and how these conditions can have an adverse effect on each other.  

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Dental Air Force Proves More Effective at Killing Oral Bacteria Than Standard Toothbrushing
Video Runtime - 14 minutes, 18 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Piero Policicchio, inventor of the Dental Air Force, a household dental appliance that uses water and air for daily oral hygiene rather than toothbrushing. In this video, Dr. Piero discusses the test results of using this device on various infectious bacteria in the oral cavity and its effects on diabetes and …

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Dr. Mark Cannon on Pregnancy, Early Childhood Disease, and Oral Health
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 6 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Mark Cannon talks with us about the emerging science behind oral microbes between mother and her child in the womb. “We used to believe that Amniotic fluid was sterile. We were wrong – it is filled with different types of bacteria.” The new science investigates the ways that cultivating …

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Anita Showalter, DO, FACOOG on Oral Health, Pregnancy and Women’s Health Issues
Video Runtime - 43 minutes, 15 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Showalter spoke about the important inflammation-based connections between oral health and pregnancy, and describes how medical and dental professionals should modify patient management during pregnancy, including how to collaborate and co-manage care.

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Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease: Active Invasion of Gingivalis May Have Caused Alzheimer’s in Mice
May 3, 2017

Authors: Sophie Poole, Sim K. Singhrao, Sasanka Chukkapalli, Mercedes Rivera, Irina Velsko, Lakshmyya Kesavalu, St John Crean Oral & Dental Sciences Research Group, School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Central Lancashire, UK Department of Periodontology, College of Dentistry, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA Department of Oral Biology, College of …

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Dr. Judith Miklossy of Switzerland Says Oral Bacteria Present in the Brains of Alzheimer’s/Dementia Patients
Video Runtime - 0 minutes, 39 seconds
May 3, 2017

This important message is by Dr. Judith Miklossy, the director of the International Alzheimer’s Research Center in Switzerland.   Transcript: “I am Judith Miklossy. I am from Switzerland, and I am the director of the International Alzheimer’s Research Center. And the goal of this research center is to show the involvement …

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Dental Oncologist Dr. Dennis Abbott
Video Runtime - 18 minutes, 19 seconds
May 3, 2017

Dr. Abbott talks about the field of dental oncology and some of the therapies you should know about as a dentist working with patients who have cancer, as well as the special needs of dental patients who are undergoing treatment for cancer.                    …

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Jo-Anne Jones, RDH Interviewed About The Changing Face of Oral Cancer
Video Runtime - 10 minutes, 4 seconds
May 3, 2017

Jo-Anne Jones, RDH discusses the latest research on the changing causes and increasing prevalence of oral cancer, and the need to be more diligent than ever to thoroughly check your patients to catch it early.                     Oral Cancer Awareness Patient Education Resource …

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Periodontal Disease with Treatment Reduces Subsequent Cancer Risks
May 3, 2017

Abstract  AIM: The aim of our study was to evaluate the relationship between routine treatment of periodontal disease (PD) and the subsequent risks for cancers in Taiwan.   METHODS: Study participants were selected from the Taiwan National Health Insurance (NHI) system database. The PD with a routine treatment cohort contained …

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Examining the Association Between Oral Health and Oral HPV Infection
May 3, 2017

"Oral human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is the cause of 40% to 80% of oropharyngeal cancers; yet, no published study has examined the role of oral health in oral HPV infection, either independently or in conjunction with other risk factors. This study examined the relation between oral health and oral HPV infection and …

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Oral Bacteria and Cancer by Sarah E. Whitmore and Richard J. Lamont
May 3, 2017

Article: Oral Bacteria and Cancer by Sarah E. Whitmore and Richard J. Lamont        

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Oral Bacteria and Colorectal Cancer by Dr. Yiping Han
May 3, 2017

Background Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second leading cause of cancer death in men and women combined in the U.S., affecting one in every 20 individuals (1). Although it is considered a “Western” disease, the incidence is increasing worldwide. CRC has long been recognized as genetic disease, and follows an “adenoma-carcinoma” …

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Researchers Find Association Between Oral Pathogens and Gastric Precancerous Lesions
May 3, 2017

Published in the Journal of PLoS One http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23308100 Abstract: “We examined whether colonization of selected oral pathogens is associated with gastric precancerous lesions in a cross-sectional study. A total of 119 participants were included, of which 37 were cases of chronic atrophic gastritis, intestinal metaplasia, or dysplasia. An oral examination was …

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MouthWatchers Toothbrush – Nano-Silver Bristles Stay 99.7% Germ Free
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 4 seconds
May 4, 2017

Dr. Ron Plotka, practicing dentist and developer of the revolutionary new MouthWatchers manual and power toothbrushes explains the benefits of their nano-silver bristles for unsurpassed anti-bacterial action. Within 6 hours of use, 99.7% of all microbes are destroyed, giving you a clean brush every time you use it! And the outer …

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Journal of Periodontology: Role of Oral Bacteria in Respiratory Infection
May 4, 2017

  Role of Oral Bacteria in Respiratory Infection” by Dr. Frank A. Scannapieco “An association between oral conditions such as periodontal disease and several respiratory conditions has been noted. For example, recent evidence has suggested a central role for the oral cavity in the process of respiratory infection. Oral …

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Periodontal Disease and Respiratory Disease: a Systematic Review of the Evidence” by Brooke Agado and Denise Bowen
May 4, 2017

  “ABSTRACT Objective: The purpose of this systematic review (SR) was to answer the focused research question: Is there an association between periodontal disease and pneumonia or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)? Method: Databases and keywords searched included: Medline, PubMed, and the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews on combinations …

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Oral Biofilms, Periodontitis, and Pulmonary Infections
May 4, 2017

Abstract "Bacteria from the oral biofilms may be aspirated into the respiratory tract to influence the initiation and progression of systemic infectious conditions such as pneumonia. Oral bacteria, poor oral hygiene, and periodontitis seem to influence the incidence of pulmonary infections, especially nosocomial pneumonia episodes in high-risk subjects. Improved oral hygiene has …

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Dr. Lee Ostler Presents the Latest Data on Oral Infection, Inflammation & Systemic Disease
Video Runtime - 41 minutes, 21 seconds
May 4, 2017

Dr. Lee Ostler is the President of the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health. He shows how the immune system fights oral bacteria, causing inflammation and its resulting effects on other diseases such as heart disease and arthritis.   It is a very clear and strong statement why there should be …

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Science Daily: Gum Disease Facilitates Rheumatoid Arthritis
May 4, 2017

  In an article published in September of 2013, Science Daily reported on a study conducted by a team of scientists from the European Union’s Gums and Joints project that uncovered how the bacterium responsible for periodontal disease worsens rheumatoid arthritis by leading to earlier onset, faster progression, and greater …

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Dr. Garth Ehrlich on Chronic Bacterial Infections and the Oral-Systemic Link
Video Runtime - 0 minutes, 53 seconds
May 4, 2017

Dr. Garth Ehrlich, noted researcher on chronic bacterial infections and biofilms, talks to your patients about oral bacteria spreading to remote areas of the body and causing many systemic illnesses.                     Dr. Garth Ehrlich, expert researcher on chronic bacterial pathogenesis from Drexel …

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Resources & Downloads
May 4, 2017

Scientific studies, ongoing research, and further information on the Oral Systemic Link   Heart Attack and Stroke Website: The Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention Center Article: University of Granada research team links Severity of Periodontitis to Severity of Heart Attack Scientific Study: Clinical research study where six patients with periodontal disease were treated with …

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Speaking Engagements
May 4, 2017

  Dr. Mike Milligan is available for speaking engagements for a range of topics in dentistry. He can speak to your group or office for 1 hour to 2 days. His primary talks include: “OralSystemicLink.net – Saving Lives through Oral Systemic Health: the Science and Implementation” “DentalMastermindGroup.com – Helping …

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Mouth Bacteria Can Worsen Colorectal Cancer – Cancer Network
May 4, 2017

From a paper published in Cell Host and Microbe, a series of laboratory findings showed that fusobacteria, commonly found in the mouth, travels through the bloodstream and enriches colorectal cancer cells, a process mediated by the Fap2 protein’s ability to recognize a sugar called Gal-GalNAc. In the future, either Fap2 or …

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Is There Really NO Good Evidence for Flossing Your Teeth?
May 4, 2017

A few weeks ago the Internet and news media all over the US began reporting that there was “weak amount of evidence” supporting the idea that flossing teeth helped to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Almost all of these news reports, by organizations and journalists who you would think would …

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Scientific Study Links P. Gingivalis With Coronary Inflammation
May 4, 2017

P. Gingivalis – the oral pathogen responsible for periodontal disease – has now been shown to cause coronary inflammation. A recent study by researchers at Örebro University, Sweden, used gene-expression analysis to demonstrate a direct link between periodontal pathogens and coronary inflammation. Their research is the first to show a direct causal …

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Severity of Chronic Periodontitis Directly Related to Severity of Heart Attacks
May 4, 2017

 “Researchers at the University of Granada prove that the extent and severity of chronic periodontitis is directly related to the severity of myocardial infarction This research, published in the Journal of Dental Research, surveyed 112 patients who had suffered from an acute case of myocardial infarction. These patients underwent a …

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Non-Surgical Periodontal Treatment Offers Your Patients an Effective Alternative to Surgery
Video Runtime - 4 minutes, 45 seconds
May 4, 2017

Non-Surgical Periodontal Treatment Dr. Gordon Wilson talks to us about how dentists can provide their patients with a non-surgical option to periodontal surgery.                     Dr. Gordon Wilson has created Perio101, a non-invasive, very cost-effective alternative protocol to traditional gum surgery which …

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Dr. Lisa Marie Samaha of the Perio Arts Institute Discusses its Benefits with OralSystemicLink.net
Video Runtime - 13 minutes, 3 seconds
May 4, 2017

Dr. Lisa Marie Samaha, founder of the Perio Arts Institute, discusses the integration of perio into your practice, her Perio Passion! seminars, and the new changes in dentistry from an understanding of the oral-systemic link.                     For More Information Contact: Dr. Lisa Marie …

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Dr. Rod Kurthy Discusses Marketing Dentistry, Use of Diode Lasers, and Perio Protocol
Video Runtime - 8 minutes, 10 seconds
May 4, 2017

Dr. Rod Kurthy discusses the importance and how-to of marketing your dentistry, the use of diode lasers, perio protocol, and resources for you to learn more.                       For More Information Contact: Dr. Rod Kurthy Evolve Dental Technologies Websites: www.KoRwhitening.com Phone: (866) 763-7753 …

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Dr. Kim Kutsch Discusses CariFree Which PREVENTS Tooth Decay – IT WORKS!!!
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 35 seconds
May 4, 2017

CariFree works!!! It works extremely well at preventing tooth decay – even when nothing else seems to work!   Dental caries (tooth decay) is an epidemic, and it is increasing in all age groups. It is a biofilm disease with multiple bacterial pathogens and it results from long periods of …

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Dr. Lon Jones Explains How Xylitol Works to Reduce Bacteria Which Cause Cavities
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 36 seconds
May 4, 2017

Xylitol is a sugar alcohol that creates an environment in which bacteria that cause cavities and periodontal disease can’t adhere, so are washed away. Using about 1 gram or less of Xylitol at least five times per day greatly reduces cavities and periodontal disease. Dr. Lon Jones explains how.     …

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Carifree Helps Patients Become Cavity-Free for Life
Video Runtime - 8 minutes, 43 seconds
May 4, 2017

Carifree offers a testing kit, along with a three month treatment that seeks to achieve a comprehensive arrest of decay on all available surfaces of the tooth. Their 2-part system tests for the presence of high acid-producing bacteria which causes decay, and provides a 3 month treatment to achieve a healthy oral …

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Xylitol Products Help Reduce Dental Decay
Video Runtime - 4 minutes, 48 seconds
May 4, 2017

Lisa Stillman, RDH, talks to us about the benefits of Xylitol.                       For More Information Xlear phone: 877-599-5327 Website for Doctors: www.Xlear.com

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Evora from Oragenics Uses Probiotics to Improve Oral Flora and Help Prevent Caries
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 13 seconds
May 4, 2017

We interviewed Linda Loren from Oragenics on the new Evora probiotic formula for a new approach oral health.                       For More Information Oragenics Phone: (813) 286-7900 Web: www.Oragenics.com

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Christian Guilleminault, MD, a Founder of Sleep Medicine, Speaks to Dentists
Video Runtime - 45 minutes, 40 seconds
May 4, 2017

Christian Guilleminault, MD, is a Founding Father of Sleep Medicine. He was interviewed by Dr. Mike Milligan about the research that he has conducted which shows that Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a disorder that begins in childhood. Dr. Guilleminault shares important insights on how we can PREVENT this disorder from …

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Dental Sleep Appliance Greatly Helps This Patient
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 4 seconds
May 4, 2017

This patient tells the story of his struggle with sleep apnea, the surgery he endured which did not help, and finally finding The Moses Sleep Apnea dental appliance, and the difference it made to his health, and to his quality of life.                   …

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Intro to Myofunctional Therapy by Joy Moeller
May 4, 2017

Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy teaches a patient how to use the proper POSTURE and FUNCTION of muscles in the face and mouth. Improper posture and function of these muscles can affect breathing, breast feeding, proper growth and development of the face and jaws, chewing, swallowing, crooked teeth, speech, bite, snoring, …

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Dr. Bertrand De Silva Talks About Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 38 seconds
May 4, 2017

Dr. Bertrand De Silva holds 4 board certifications as a physician: Sleep Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care and Internal Medicine.   In this video, Dr. De Silva explains to patients what sleep apnea is, what other serious medical problems it causes, and what to look for to decide if you, or …

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Dr. Mike Milligan Radio Interview on Snoring & Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 12 minutes, 54 seconds
May 4, 2017

Dr. Mike Milligan was interviewed on the radio to speak about the many advances in the dental industry for treating snoring and sleep apnea. Dr. Milligan also covered the importance of treating these conditions because they relate to many other very serious diseases that can occur if your sleep apnea …

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Dr. Bill Hang Talks About Face Focused Orthodontics
Video Runtime - 16 minutes and 34 seconds
May 4, 2017

Dr. Bill Hang sat down with Dr. Mike Milligan to talk about his approach to orthodontics. He says that he began to realize that various common orthodontic practices can reduce the space where the tongue can fit into the oral cavity, causing problems with the airway of his patients as …

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Dr. John Flutter Discusses The Importance of the Airway to Overall Health
Video Runtime - 13 minutes, 19 seconds
May 4, 2017

Dr. John Flutter and Dr. Mike Milligan discuss that most people today do not breathe correctly, and this greatly affects their oral and overall health. They discuss how to breathe correctly, and its importance in getting maximum oxygenation to the brain and all tissues of the body. They discuss the problems with …

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The Moses Dental Appliance for Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 5 minutes, 45 seconds
May 4, 2017

Dr. Mike Milligan interviews Dr. Allen Moses, the inventor of the Moses Dental Appliance for Sleep Apnea.                         Gloria Pacini, RDH is the patient coordinator for Dr. Allen Moses. In this video, she details the structure and the benefits of …

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Sleep Physician Joseph O’Jile on Screening of Dental Patients for Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 8 minutes, 15 seconds
May 4, 2017

St. Louis area sleep physician Joseph O’Jile talks about dental appliances for sleep apnea, screening patients for sleep apnea in a dental practice, and home sleep testing outside a medical sleep center.                     For More Information: www.ClaytonSleep.com

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Dr. Dave Singh Talks About the DNA Appliance
May 4, 2017

   AIRWAY, SLEEP APNEA, AND SNORING are wonderful and highly successful new services of dentistry! The floor of the sinus is the same bone as the roof of the mouth. By properly developing the jaws through dental appliances we are able to increase the size of the airway, thereby preventing …

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CPAP vs Oral Device for Treating Sleep Apnea – A Patient’s Perspective
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 3 seconds
May 4, 2017

This is a story from a retired physician who used to wear a CPAP at night to treat his sleep apnea. He started using a new oral device from his dentist, and this is what he had to say about it.

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James Winde, MD Talks About the Increasing Importance of Dentistry in the Screening and Treatment of Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 1 hour, 5 minutes
May 4, 2017

Dr. James Winde is a sleep physician who has lectured widely on the ways that dentists and physicians can work closely together in the diagnosis and treatment of various breathing and airway disorders, including sleep apnea.

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The Henry Schein Sleep Complete System
May 4, 2017

Henry Schein Sleep Complete System is the complete package you need to provide sleep apnea services in your dental practice.   Dr. John Tucker, the keynote speaker on Sleep Apnea at the Henry Schein Sleep Complete meeting at the PGA National resort in West Palm Beach, FL, speaks with us.  Run …

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Sleep Solutions In Dentistry With Jonathan Parker, DDS
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 48 seconds
May 4, 2017

Dr. Jonathan Parker talks about how to introduce a dental sleep practice into your office and some of the ways that he can help you accomplish that.                       Dr. Mike Milligan and Dr. Jonathan Parker discuss what your patients need …

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Dr. Kent Smith’s Sleep Apnea Course for Dentists
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 20 seconds
May 5, 2017

We attended Dr. Smith’s Sleep Apnea Course for dentists and spoke to him about it.                         Dentists who attended the course tell of their experiences on Dr. Kent Smith’s Sleep Apnea Course for Dentists Run Time: 5 minutes, 44 …

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Why a Dentist Should Join the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine
Video Runtime - 1 minute, 54 seconds
May 5, 2017

Presidents of the past, present, and future, as well as some of the biggest leaders in dentistry, talk about the benefits of membership in the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. Dr. Rob Rogers was the founding President of the AADSM. He and his wife Mary Beth Rogers talk about …

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Richard Bonato, Ph.D., Discusses Screening for Sleep Apnea and the MediByte Device
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 45 seconds
May 5, 2017

Richard Bonato, Ph.D., President and CEO of Braebon, maker of the MediByte home sleep apnea testing device, introduces Braebon’s new DentiTrac® micro-recorder to monitor compliance of wearing oral sleep appliances.                     In this video, Richard Bonato, Ph.D., says “People can go weeks …

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Dr. James Winde, MD, on Sleep Disordered Breathing and the Dental Practice
Video Runtime - 13 minutes, 31 seconds
May 5, 2017

Dr. James Winde, MD, talks with Dr. Mike Milligan about sleep disordered breathing – the systemic problems that result, the prevalence, the available treatment modalities and comparative effectiveness, government regulations and the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act,” screening for sleep apnea, monitoring effectiveness of therapy, and working with physicians for …

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Dr. James Winde, MD: How Dentists Can Work With Physicians on Sleep Apnea Cases
Video Runtime - 10 minutes, 24 seconds
May 5, 2017

Dr. James Winde is a family physician who specializes in sleep apnea in his practice. He talks about ways dentists can use a multidisciplinary approach to work with physicians for treatment of sleep apnea.

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Dental Sleep Solutions Can Help You Develop a Dental Sleep Apnea Practice for Your Patients
Video Runtime - 8 minutes, 57 seconds
May 5, 2017

Drs Richard Drake and Guy Yatros talk about their company Dental Sleep Solutions, a great way to develop a dental sleep apnea practice for your patients.                     For More Information Nathan Drake Web: www.DentalSleepSolutions.com Phone: (877) 95-SNORE (877-957-6673)

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Silent Sleep Can Be Used to Treat Bruxism, and to Screen Your Patients for Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 5 minutes, 55 seconds
May 5, 2017

Jamison Spencer of Silent Sleep talks about his FDA approved oral appliance for the treatment of bruxism, snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.                     For More Information Jamison Spencer Web: www.CTISleep.com Phone: (208) 376-3600

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The Airhead from TMD Technologies Helps You Demonstrate Sleep Apnea for Your Patients
Video Runtime - 2 minutes, 50 seconds
May 5, 2017

Chuck Lloyd of TMD Technologies demonstrates the Airhead, a demonstration model you can use to help your patients understand what happens to their airways when they try to sleep with sleep apnea.                   For More Information Chuck Lloyd Web: www.TMDTechnologies.com Phone: (800) 863-2125

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Dr. Duane Keller Talks About Sleep Apnea, TMJ, and Bringing Physicians and Dentists Together
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 40 seconds
May 5, 2017

Dr. Keller discusses the connection between sleep apnea and TMJ, which can be an important inter-discipline approach that brings physicians and dentists together to solve patient problems.                     Dr. Duane Keller Website: www.DrDuaneKeller.com Phone: (314) 638-4190

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Dr. Tony Soileau Talks About Sleep Apnea Treatments for Your Practice
Video Runtime - 13 minutes, 6 seconds
May 5, 2017

Dr. Tony Soileau speaks with Dr. Mike Milligan about the fundamentals of sleep apnea treatment, and their alternatives for the dental patients in your area.                   For More Information Contact: Tony Soileau Smiles by Soileau Email: tony@tonysoileau.com Website: www.TonySoileau.com Phone: (337) 234-3551

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Sleep Optima CEO Speaks About Sleep Apnea Treatment for Your Dental Practice
Video Runtime - 8 minutes, 54 seconds
May 5, 2017

Rob Winings, CEO of Sleep Optima, talks about some of the benefits of adding a sleep apnea treatment to your dental practice. In this interview Mr. Winnings unveils a new at-home test for sleep apnea.                       Run Time: 7 minutes, …

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SomnoDent Oral Appliance – An Alternative to C-PAP for Sleep Apnea Patients
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 48 seconds
May 5, 2017

The SomnoDent MAS Oral Appliance can be used for your patients with mild or moderately obstructive sleep apnea as an alternative to CPAP therapy.   Joel Blitz from SomnoMed discusses how dentists can significantly help these patients, the comprehensive kit and training they provide, the benefits to the dentist for providing this …

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TAP Provides High Quality Therapy for Snoring and Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 30 seconds
May 5, 2017

Dr. Mike Milligan sat down with Dr. Keith Thornton, the inventor of the TAP sleep apnea device – the most prescribed sleep apnea treatment in dentistry – and spoke to him about the ease of use of this extremely helpful approach to treating your patient’s sleep apnea.         …

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The Itamar Medical WatchPAT Home Sleep Apnea Test Device
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 4 seconds
May 5, 2017

Brian Sutherland of Itamar Medical talks about the WatchPAT Home Sleep Apnea Test Device.                     For More Information: Itamar Medical, Ltd. Website: http://www.itamar-medical.com Phone: (888) 748-2627

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Home Sleep Delivered Provides In-Your-Own-Bed Sleep Tests for Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 52 seconds
May 5, 2017

Home Sleep Delivered offers an alternative way to help diagnose Sleep Apnea for dental patients in your practice.                      For More Information Home Sleep Delivered phone: (877) 270-7587 Web: www.HomeSleepDelivered.com

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Richard Bonato, PhD Talks About the Importance of Diagnosing and Treating Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 2 minutes, 45 seconds
May 5, 2017

Richard Bonato, PhD, sleep researcher and a registered sleep technologist, says, “Sleep apnea causes you to die earlier. People with sleep apnea have a much higher risk for heart attack, stroke, hypertension, diabetes, gastro-esophageal reflux, gout, and a number of other disorders” … “People that have sleep apnea don’t breath properly …

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Dr. James Winde, MD, Talks to Your Patients About Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 1 minute, 23 seconds
May 5, 2017

Dr. James Winde, MD, Family Physician and Sleep Specialist, tells your patients what sleep apnea is, some of the health consequences, and treatment options.

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The Oxygen Advantage – The Buteyko Breathing Method for Athletes
Video Runtime - 12 minutes, 26 seconds
May 17, 2017

For More Information: www.OxygenAdvantage.com

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Dr. Mike Milligan Radio Interview on Snoring & Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 12 minutes, 53 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Mike Milligan was interviewed on the radio to speak about the many advances in the dental industry for treating snoring and sleep apnea. Dr. Milligan also covered the importance of treating these conditions because they relate to many other very serious diseases that can occur if your sleep apnea …

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MyoBrace – Myofunctional Therapy For Children
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 49 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Chris Farrell, CEO and Founder of Myobrace, and Dr. John Flutter, sat down with Dr. Mike Milligan to discuss Myobrace, and myofunctional therapy for children.                     For More Information: www.Myobrace.com

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Trish O’Hehir, RDH on the Importance of Avoiding Mouth-Breathing
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 43 seconds
May 17, 2017

Trish O’Hehir is a Registered Dental Hygienist who speaks about the surprising scientific facts surrounding breathing through the mouth vs. breathing through the nose, and why you should teach your patients to avoid mouth-breathing as much as they can.

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Roger Price on a Whole Body Approach to Dentistry
Video Runtime - 1 minute, 36 seconds
May 17, 2017

Roger Price, respiratory physiologist, spoke to OralSystemicLink.net on the advantages of integrative dentistry for your patients.                       In this interview, Roger Price discusses some of the ideas that he has developed over many years, including the concept of integrative dentistry and …

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Dr. Lon Jones Talks About the Huge Importance of Using Xlear Nasal Spray Containing Xylitol
Video Runtime - 14 minutes, 17 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Lon Jones talked to us about his approach to osteopathy, and the nasal spray he offers to help with nasal infections which uses Xylitol. By keeping the nasal passages clear, it helps prevent mouth breathing, a problem that leads to poor tongue position, deviate swallowing pattern, high vaulted palate and airway …

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Dr. Ryan Swain, Founder of Six Month Smiles, Discusses This Option to 2-4 Years of Ortho
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 32 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Mike Milligan interviews Dr. Ryan Swain after he taught a class to dentists and their staffs in Chicago.                         6 participants of the class give their impressions of what they learned, and their feelings about how easy it is …

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MyoBraces for Myofunctional Therapy in Your Practice
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 41 seconds
May 17, 2017

Damien O’Brien of Myofunctional Research Company (MRC) spoke with us about new trends in myofunctional orthodontic therapy. MRC manufactures myofunctional appliances and teaches techniques to correct not only bite, but to correct and train children in proper breathing so as to avoid future breathing disorders, such as sleep apnea. Their product, …

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Dr. Ryan Swain Discusses the History, Indications, Contraindications, and the Benefits of 6 Month Smiles
Video Runtime - 12 minutes, 47 seconds
May 17, 2017

6 Month Smiles is a great alternative for people age 15 and over who want or would benefit from straighter teeth,but don’t want to do the full 2-4 years of orthodontic treatment. Hear Dr. Ryan Swain discuss the history, indications, contraindications, and the benefits of 6 Month Smiles.       …

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Dr. Dave Singh Discusses the DNA Appliance
Video Runtime - 10 minutes, 28 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Dave Singh, developer and inventor of the DNA Appliance, talks to us about Epigenetic Orthodontics, a new way to achieve natural jaw development and airway remodeling through craniofacial enhancement. This new technique has wide-ranging and thoroughly non-invasive applications in the treatment of sleep apnea, cosmetic dentistry, tooth-grinding and headaches, and …

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Dr. Dewitt Wilkerson, Director of Dental Medicine at the Dawson Academy
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 39 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Wilkerson discusses the Dawson Academy’s newly expanded approach to Complete Dentistry. A hallmark of the Dawson Academy has always been the importance of a very complete examination so a proper diagnosis can be made. This is followed by a complete treatment plan, which then guides efficient and highly successful therapy. …

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Tekscan – Get a Complete Digital Reading of Occlusion
Video Runtime - 14 minutes, 11 seconds
May 17, 2017

Brent Thompson of Tekscan demonstrates the T-Scan device which gives you a complete digital picture of occlusion, including quantifiable contact points and sequence, and full pressure readings. It’s an “intra-oral camera for occlusion”.                   For More Information Contact: Brent Thompson Web: www.TekScan.com Phone: (800) 248.3669 …

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TruDenta: Treat Symptoms of Force Imbalance
Video Runtime - 18 minutes, 26 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Mark Montgomery talks to us about TruDenta, a service for your dental practice containing protocols and systems which help you to treat migraine, chronic headaches, tinnitus, and other symptoms related to force imbalances in the mouth.                   For More Information TruDenta phone: …

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President of American Academy for Craniofacial Pain Talks About Patient Options for Treatment
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 57 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Jamison Spencer, the President of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, talks to OralSystemicLink.net about patient choices when faced with chronic or acute pain in the face or jaw.     For More Information American Academy of Craniofacial Pain Web: www.AACFP.org Phone: (800) 322-8651

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The Negative Effects of Mouth Breathing are Real
May 17, 2017

Researchers have uncovered an un-expected link between day time mouth breathing and heart/lung problems.   They found that daytime mouth breathing is a prime predictor of pulmonary hypertension.   See article at PubMed

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Patient Testimonial for the DNA Appliance
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 9 seconds
May 17, 2017

Brian Denove is a patient who has gotten great results with the DNA Appliance.

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Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Dir. of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Reversal Program at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 20 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Director of the Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Reversal Program at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, is its with Dr. Mike Milligan, American Academy for Oral Systemic Health board member. Dr. Esselstyn discusses cardiovascular disease as a nutritional problem. His program has outstanding results, and an 89% compliance rate. …

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Dr. Ron Schefdore on Nutritional Supplements to Strengthen Oral-Systemic Health
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 50 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Ron Schefdore, owner of Pharmaden, talks about the use of nutraceuticals in dentistry to fight gum disease and to strengthen the oral-systemic health of your patients. His product, Pharmaden, has been tested under double-blind studies to show a reduction in bleeding index and pocket depth. Find out more:     …

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Minnesota Dental Association: Acidity (pH) and Sugar Content of Beverages
May 17, 2017

Acidity: 7.0 pH is neutral and is ideal; the more acidic (lower the number), the worse for your teeth and overall health. Sugar content: the less, the better – sugar is one of the worst foods you can eat for your health.   Download the full chart HERE

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Article: World Renown Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Really Causes Heart Disease
May 17, 2017

Dr. Dwight Lundell is the past Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery at Banner Heart Hospital, Mesa, AZ. His private practice, Cardiac Care Center was in Mesa, AZ. Recently Dr. Lundell left surgery to focus on the nutritional treatment of heart disease. He is the founder of Healthy …

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National Geographic: Sugar Love – A not so sweet story
May 17, 2017

  By Rich Cohen Photograph by Robert Clark   Bottom of the Drink They had to go. The Coke machine, the snack machine, the deep fryer. Hoisted and dragged through the halls and out to the curb, they sat with other trash beneath gray, forlorn skies behind Kirkpatrick Elementary, one of a …

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The Profile of Patients Who Are Getting Oral Cancer is Changing
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 21 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Dennis Abbott talks about treating the changing population of patients who are now at the highest risk for oral cancer.       For More Information: OralCancerFoundation.org DrDennisAbbott.com

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Use OralDNA Test to Screen for Risks of Oral Cancer
Video Runtime - 4 minutes, 23 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Tom Nabors, Founder of OralDNA Labs, discusses their 30 second salivary test for risks of Oral Cancer for your patients.     For More Information OralDNA.com

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A Comprehensive Oral Cancer Exam at Your Dental Office
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 2 seconds
May 17, 2017

There is a clear need for employing oral cancer screenings during an intra- and extra-oral examination in the dental office. Jo-Anne Jones, RDH, demonstrates the procedure for such an examination in this video.

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VELscope Oral Cancer Screening Device
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 43 seconds
May 17, 2017

The VELscope oral cancer screening device at the California Dental Association Meeting.                         Dr. Milligan met up with VELscope again a few years later in Boston at the Yankee Dental Congress. Here are the updates and new developments. Run …

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Viroxyn Treats Cold Sores in Your Dental Practice
Video Runtime - 17 minutes, 31 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Milligan interviews Neil Romano about Viroxyn, the cold sore treatment for your dental practice.                       For More Information Contact: Quadex Pharmaceuticals Websites: www.Viroxyn.com Email: customerservice@quadexlabs.com Phone: (800) 398-9924

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Viroxyn for Cold Sores With Clark Oborn
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 15 seconds
May 17, 2017

Clark Oborn presents information on the leading single-application treatment to reduce the healing time of cold sores.           For More Information Contact: Quadex Pharmaceuticals Websites: www.Viroxyn.com Email: customerservice@quadexlabs.com Phone: (800) 398-9924

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Cold Sores – Not a Trivial Matter
May 17, 2017

Each year, 150 million people in the United States (one-third of the population) suffer from the pain and embarrassment of cold sores. With a total of 380 million outbreaks annually nationwide, the average cold sore sufferer will have two to six outbreaks, lasting approximately seven to 10 days each. In …

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Introducing Egoscue – An Effective Stretching and Posture Discipline for Dentists, Golfers, and Everyone Else
Video Runtime - 11 minutes, 11 seconds
May 17, 2017

Jack Nicklaus, the greatest golfer of all time, openly credits Egoscue with curing his back problems. Dr. Mike Milligan spoke with Brandon Snyder about Egoscue, the highly effective stretching and posture discipline that many dentists, golfers, and people of all occupations use to effectively treat and prevent aches and pains. Through proper …

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The Moses Sport Express: New Sports Performance Mouthguard by Dr. Allen Moses
Video Runtime - 5 minutes, 30 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Allen Moses, the inventor of the Moses Dental Appliance for Sleep Apnea, has developed a sports mouthpiece that goes beyond a mouthguard which only guards the athlete’s teeth. We interviewed him about his new approach to sports mouthpieces, and why the Moses Sport Express is the next step in safety and …

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Dr. Uche Odiatu on Physical Fitness for Dentists
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 12 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Uche Odiatu is a Canadian dentist who educates the profession on the importance of physical fitness and strong health as a dentist. This is important not only to you, but to your patients, and to the longevity of your career and to those who count on you.         …

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Dan Buettner How to Live to Be 100
Video Runtime - 22 minutes, 11 seconds
May 17, 2017

To create long life and health, Dan Buettner studied communities whose elders live with vim and vigor to record-setting age. In this talk, he shares the 9 common diet and lifestyle habits that kept them spry past age 100.

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United Healthcare’s Medical Dental Integration Study
May 17, 2017

“United Healthcare’s Medical Dental Integration Study consisted of 130, 546 UnitedHealthcare commercial dental and medical members between the ages of 18 and 65. Compliance and disease categorization, as determined through EBM, was based on claims data for the twelve month period ending 5/31/2011. Calendar year 2010 medical and pharmacy claim data …

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Store-A-Tooth: A Program to Utilize Baby Teeth for Future Use of Stem Cells
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 53 seconds
May 17, 2017

Another speaker at the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health meeting, Janet Press, talked to Dr. Mike Milligan about the opportunities for the stem cells found in baby teeth to help treat diseases in the future, especially under the new genetic-oriented approach to medicine called personal care.   Store-a-Tooth is a …

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David Katz, M.D.Director, Yale Prevention Research Center, Writes Important Article on Prevention
May 17, 2017

This article first appeared on 11/18/2013 in The Huffington Post: Collusion might reasonably be defined as meeting the enemy and discovering it is both them and us. In the case of health — personal well-being and public health alike — exactly this sort of thing is going on. It …

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Dr. Brady Frank Talks About His Implant Training for Dentists
Video Runtime - 16 minutes, 29 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Brady Frank talked to us about the important oral-systemic considerations in general dentistry with regard to implants. He discusses 6 implant procedures: 1) The No Drill Implant Procedure using the FDA approved OsteoConverter™ developed by Dr. Frank  2) The OsteoHybrid Procedure – a hybrid between mini implants and conventional …

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Jen McGuire of Henry Schein, Inc, On Supporting Dentists With Oral Systemic Practices
Video Runtime - 4 minutes, 40 seconds
May 17, 2017

Jen McGuire of Henry Schein, Inc, talked to Dr. Mike Milligan about Schein’s commitment of support to dentists who take an oral systemic approach to treating their patients.                     For More Information www.HenryScheinBusinessSolutions.com

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Say Ahh The Movie: The Cavity in Healthcare Reform
May 17, 2017

Say Ahh The Movie takes a sobering look at the state of our nation’s healthcare. Despite being among the wealthiest countries in the world and home to some of the most advanced medicine and technology, the United States is experiencing a decline in the overall health of its citizens as chronic …

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Steve Anderson Talks About Staff Properly Communicating the Oral-Systemic Approach
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 26 seconds
May 17, 2017

Steve Anderson discusses the mindset and communication skills needed by the dentist and team to move patients from the age old “I just want a cleaning” or “just do what my insurance covers” to wanting the appropriate dental therapy for whole body health.   For More Information www.NoMoreHygiene.com 877-399-8677

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Welcome! Here is What This Website is ALL ABOUT!
Video Runtime - 4 minutes, 49 seconds
May 17, 2017

Watch this short video by Steve Anderson to understand what we are all about here at OralSystemicLink.net.

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Dr. Susan Maples Disrupts the Status Quo In the Dental Industry
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 16 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Susan Maples talks to us about the ways to overcome the obstacles that dentists face in applying a whole health, or Oral Systemic approach to dentistry. She gives specific insights and web sites to help you grow your practice and implement oral-systemic health in your community and your dental practice. …

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Feroshia Knight Helps You Communicate, and Motivate Patients
Video Runtime - 10 minutes, 20 seconds
May 17, 2017

Feroshia Knight spoke with Dr. Mike Milligan about services she has designed to help the healthcare team better communicate the oral-systemic health message with their patients. Her “Whole Person Coaching” is a 5-Step process you can do very quickly – in about 7 minutes – that clarifies the patient’s goals …

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Go Through 3 Oral DNA Test Reports to See How They Can Be Used in Your Office
Video Runtime - 31 minutes, 46 seconds
May 17, 2017

Dr. Tom Nabors, Founder of the OralDNA Test, walks us through 3 diagnostic reports from OralDNA, each presenting a different clinical problem which shows up in the report. Take a walk through these reports with Dr. Nabors to see how these can be utilized for your patients in your dental practice. …

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Dr. David Wong on the Future of Salivary Diagnostics
Video Runtime - 10 minutes, 4 seconds
May 17, 2017

We spoke with Dr. David Wong, a researcher for 21 years at Harvard, and now working at UCLA, who is studying methods of developing salivary diagnostics as a non-invasive tool to detect a range of conditions that were formerly reserved for more invasive, and less easily available, testing procedures.   …

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Chris Gibbs Demonstrates the Florida Probe and Discusses its Benefits
Video Runtime - 4 minutes, 40 seconds
May 17, 2017

The Florida Probe standardizes an office with more than one person doing the periodontal probing, and improves the accuracy and consistency of the periodontal exam. It helps educate and motivate patients by getting them involved. Chris Gibbs, CEO of Florida Probe Corporation, demonstrates the Florida Probe and discusses its benefits.   …

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KaVo Dental’s DIAGNOdent Laser Caries Detector
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 15 seconds
May 17, 2017

Steve Sage of KaVo talks to Dr. Mike Milligan about the DIAGNOdent laser caries detector.                       For More Information Contact: Steve Sage KaVo Dental phone: (888) 275-5286 Web: www.KaVoUSA.com Email: info.us@kavo.com

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Christine Taxin, Founder and President of Links2Success Practice Management Company
Video Runtime - 5 minutes, 55 seconds
May 18, 2017

Christine Taxin is the founder and president of Links2Success. She says the practice cannot be successful unless all the staff link together to make it successful. She now provides private practice consulting services, and delivers continuing education seminars for dental and medical professionals. Ms. Taxin is passionate about helping dental practices …

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Rose Nierman Introduces DentalWriter
Video Runtime - 5 minutes, 25 seconds
May 18, 2017

We spoke with Rose Nierman of Nierman Practice Management, and DentalWriter, about the software package they provide to help you navigate medical insurance billing for your sleep apnea services.                   For More Information: DentalWriter phone: 1-800-879-6468 Web: www.DentalWriter.com

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Dr. John Comisi, Speaker of the House for the American Academy of General Dentistry
Video Runtime - 4 minutes, 44 seconds
May 18, 2017

Dr. John Comisi talks about the AGD, and what it does for its members. From providing and keeping track of your CEs, to helping with licensure, as well as raising the standards of dentistry all over the world, the AGD can be helpful to your career.         …

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Solea Dental Laser Approved for All Hard and Soft Oral Tissue
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 47 seconds
May 18, 2017

Dr. Mike Milligan spoke with Michael Cataldo, CEO of Convergent Dental, Inc about their Solea Dental Laser at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting in Chicago, IL                       This video highlights a dentist who uses Convergent Dental’s Solea Laser. Run Time: 1 minute, …

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David Block Discusses his Aesthetic Porcelain Studios Dental Lab and the Oral Systemic Link
Video Runtime - 4 minutes, 2 seconds
May 18, 2017

David Block, owner and CEO of Aesthetic Porcelain Studios in Los Angeles, CA, talks about the difference a dental lab can make to your oral-systemic dental practice.                     For More Information: Aesthetic Porcelain Studios www.AestheticPorcelain.com David@AestheticPorcelain.com Phone: (800) 544-9605

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Dr. Bill Williams’ New Book “Marketing the Million Dollar Practice”
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 4 seconds
May 18, 2017

Dr. Bill Williams talks about his new book “Marketing the Million Dollar Practice.” It clearly explains how he grew his practice in 10 years from zero to $5.8 Million. The book discusses 209 marketing tactics, including the 21 tactics he calls Guerilla Marketing. Bill discusses that 50% of your new …

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Join The American Academy for Oral Systemic Health – AAOSH!
Video Runtime - 2 minutes, 29 seconds
May 18, 2017

The Benefits of Being a Member of AAOSH: Access news, research, and product updates specific to the oral-systemic connection Write for the AAOSH Connect newsletter Collaborate with like-minded healthcare professionals on My AAOSH Get a free listing in the “Find an Oral Systemic Healthcare Professional” database Get special offers on meeting registration …

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AAOSH Founding Meeting – Sept 2010
May 18, 2017

The American Academy for Oral Systemic Health held its founding meeting in Madison, WI on September 16th and 17th, 2010.   Dr. Chris Kammer talks about what drove him to found this group, and why its time has come. Run Time: 9 minutes, 31 seconds   In this interview, Dr. …

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AAOSH Second Annual Scientific Session on Oral-Systemic Health
May 18, 2017

In June of 2012, The American Academy for Oral-Systemic Health held their 2nd Annual Scientific Session at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. The following videos are the interviews that we were able to bring back to you.   Dr. Michael Roizen, Chair of the Wellness Institute and Chief Wellness Officer at …

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AAOSH First Annual Scientific Session – June 24th & 25th 2011
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 34 seconds
May 18, 2017

The American Academy for Oral Systemic Health held its First Annual Scientific Session at the Westin Hotel in Chicago on June 24th and 25th 2011. Dr. Mike Milligan was there to interview Dr. Kammer, the Founder and sitting President of AAOSH, about some of the speakers at the session, some of …

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Tom Nabors, DDS on Oral Pathogens & Systemic Inflammation
Video Runtime - 1 hour, 3 minutes
May 18, 2017

Significant paradigm changes have occurred in the way we understand the role of chronic periodontal infections in relation to the health of the entire body. Dr. Nabors explains the importance of defining periodontal infections based on causation and genetics using DNA Technology. Dr. Nabors also shows how specific oral pathogens …

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White Paper Report Oral Infection—Systemic Disease Connection
August 31, 2017

White Paper Report Oral Infection—Systemic Disease Connection William D. Nordquist DMD MS William C Domb DMD William Landers   "In this paper, we will attempt to describe the dilemma dentistry is facing when trying to mitigate the problems derived from evidence that contradict our basic understanding of dental disease as …

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High-risk periodontal pathogens contribute to the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis
November 29, 2016

This is a landmark article, published in the British Medical Journal, one of the top 4 medical journals in the world. It states that 5 bacteria in periodontal disease (gum disease) is CAUSATIVE of cardiovascular disease - heart attacks and strokes - the #1 cause of death in the United …

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