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Pregnancy Associated Gum Disease Can Lead to Pre-Term Birth & Even Fetus Death
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 6 seconds
April 25, 2017

Dr. Yiping Han, Professor at Case Western Reserve University, visits with Dr. Mike Milligan at the Cleveland Clinic. She discusses how her research showed that mild pregnancy-associated gum disease led to pre-term birth, and led to sudden fetus death at 39 weeks term. She urges women to get their gums healthy …

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The Vital Importance of the Mouth-Body Connection
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 8 seconds
April 20, 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. They even guarantee that if you follow their method, you will not get a Heart Attack …

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Dr. Michael Roizen, Author of “Real Age”, Talks About The Oral-Systemic Link
Video Runtime - 8 minutes, 41 seconds
April 20, 2017

Dr. Michael Roizen is Chair of the Wellness Institute and Chief Wellness Officer at the Cleveland Clinic, ranked by U.S. News and World Report in the top 4 hospitals in the world for the last 18 years and the number 1 cardiac care hospital in the world for the last …

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Find Out About the Buteyko Breathing Method
Video Runtime - 13 mintes, 40 seconds
April 25, 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 of …

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Understanding Chronic Inflammatory Autoimmune Diseases
Video Runtime - 24 minutes, 6 seconds
April 25, 2017

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

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Dr. John Comisi Tells You Why an Oral Cancer Screening is Vitally Important
Video Runtime - 1 minute, 8 seconds
April 25, 2017

Regular, and thorough, oral cancer screenings at your dentist’s office are vitally important. Dr. John Comisi, Speaker of the House for the American Academy of General Dentistry, tells you why.

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The Oxygen Advantage by Patrick McKeown
Video Runtime - 12 minutes, 25 seconds
April 25, 2017

Patrick McKeown, author of The Oxygen Advantage, gives an overview of the Buteyko Breathing Method for athletes. He covers the advantages of using the Buteyko Breathing Method to simulate high altitude training and what that can do to improve athletic performance.   For More Information: www.OxygenAdvantage.com

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Swiss Expert Finds Oral Bacteria in the Brains of Alzheimer’s Patients
Video Runtime - 0 minutes, 39 seconds
April 25, 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 of …

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Gum Disease Given to Mice May Have Caused Them to Develop Alzheimer’s Disease
April 25, 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 …

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The Association Between Insulin Resistance & Periodontal Disease
Video Runtime - 29 minutes, 22 seconds
April 25, 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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Dr. Mark Cannon on Pregnancy, Early Childhood Disease, and Oral Health
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 6 seconds
April 25, 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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Oral Health, Pregnancy & Women’s Health Issues
Video Runtime - 34 minutes, 14 seconds
April 25, 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.   If you are pregnant, watch this video to find out why it is very important that you …

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Professional Tooth Cleanings Linked With Lower Risk of Heart Attacks and Strokes
April 20, 2017

 Among more than 100,000 people, those who had tooth cleaning (tooth scaling) by a dentist or dental hygienist had a 24 percent lower risk of heart attack and 13 percent lower risk of stroke compared to those who had never had a dental cleaning. The participants were followed for an …

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Myobrace: Myofunctional Therapy, Airway Development, and Pre-Orthodontic Treatment for Children
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 49 seconds
April 26, 2017

Dr. Chris Farrell, CEO and Founder of Myobrace, and Dr. John Flutter, international lecturer, sat down with Dr. Mike Milligan to discuss Myobrace, myofunctional therapy, airway development, and pre-orthodontic treatment for children.                     For More Information: www.Myobrace.com

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The Journal Circulation Investigates if Gum Disease Leads to Heart Disease
April 20, 2017

 “Poor dental health has been linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. Chronic periodontal infection especially has been associated with the risk of acute myocardial infarction (MI)13 and coronary heart disease.14 In addition, Mendez et al15 found that periodontal disease was a significant independent risk factor for peripheral vascular disease.” …

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A Whole Body Approach to Dentistry
Video Runtime - 1 minute, 36 seconds
April 26, 2017

Roger Price, respiratory physiologist, spoke to OralSystemicLink.net on the advantages of integrative dentistry. He discusses that whole body health and dental health are like an iceberg – we see the symptoms that are the 10% of the iceberg above the water, but the problem is the 90% below the water that we …

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Dr. Lloyd Rudy, Famous Cardiac Surgeon, Talks About the Importance of Oral Systemic Health
Video Runtime - 12 minutes, 57 seconds
April 20, 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 …

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Invisalign is Nearly Invisible Orthodontics for Your Teeth
Video Runtime - 5 minutes, 49 seconds
April 26, 2017

Dr. Milligan sat down with Invisalign instructor Dr. Doug Brandt after a training course. They discussed the many benefits Invisalign provides to patients who want to straighten their teeth.

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Cardiologist Dr. Jason Wischmeyer Tells You How Important Your Oral Health is to Your Heart
Video Runtime - 4 minues, 12 seconds
April 20, 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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Steven Masley MD, Author of 5 Books on Health & Lifestyle, Understands the Oral-Systemic Link
Video Runtime - 1 minutes, 41 seconds
April 20, 2017

Steven Masley MD talks to dental patients about the vital importance of the oral systemic link.                         For More Information: www.HeartTuneup.com

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Dr. Doug Thompson – What to Look for in an Oral-Systemic Link Dental Practice
Video Runtime - 1 minute, 26 seconds
April 25, 2017

Dr. Doug Thompson is a general dentist who has been treating his patients from an oral-systemic approach for many years, and trains other dentists how to implement this discipline into their own dental practices.                       In this interview, Dr. Thompson describes …

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Dr. Kenneth Cooper, The Father of Aerobics, on the 8 Ways to Stay Healthy
Video Runtime - 8 minutes, 23 seconds
April 20, 2017

Dr. Kenneth Cooper speaks with OralSystemicLink.net about his 8 ways to stay healthy.   Dr Copper is a board certified physician in Preventive Medicine, and is called The Father of Aerobics for his landmark 1968 book “Aerobics” which changed the health landscape for so many people around the world.   …

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Severity of Gum Disease Directly Related to Severity of Heart Attacks
April 20, 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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Proof that Optimal Medical Care and Oral Wellness Can Quickly Shrink Arterial Plaque and Stabilize Cardiovascular Disease
April 20, 2017

   The Bale Doneen Method has proven to shrink arterial plaque deposits and stabilize cardio-vascular disease. “Together with scientists from Johns Hopkins Ciccarone Center for Prevention of Heart Disease, we studied 324 patients at the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center in Spokane, Washington, all of whom received comprehensive …

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Nutritional Supplements to Strengthen Your Oral-Systemic Health
Video Runtime - 2 minutes, 44 seconds
April 26, 2017

Dr. Ron Schefdore, owner of Pharmaden, talks about the use of nutritional supplements in dentistry to fight gum disease and to strengthen your oral-systemic health. His product, Pharmaden, has been tested under double-blind studies to show a reduction in bleeding and the deep pockets between your teeth caused by gum disease. …

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Science Daily: Do Gut Bacteria Rule Our Minds?
April 26, 2017

  It sounds like science fiction, but it seems that bacteria within us — which outnumber our own cells about 100-fold — may very well be affecting both our cravings and moods to get us to eat what they want, and often are driving us toward obesity.   Read the …

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Expert in Chronic Bacterial Disease Discusses Oral Bacteria
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 46 seconds
April 25, 2017

Dr. Garth Ehrlich, expert researcher on chronic bacterial pathogenesis from Drexel University talks about how some of the most important research he is doing right now is establishing a link between periodontal bacteria and infections of the joints. Peri-prosthetic joint infections – are the most common reason an artificial joint needs to …

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Science Daily: Gum Disease Facilitates Rheumatoid Arthritis
April 25, 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 severity of …

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Mouth Bacteria Can Worsen Colorectal Cancer – Cancer Network
April 25, 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 …

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Where’s the Evidence for Flossing Your Teeth?
April 25, 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 …

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CariFree PREVENTS Tooth Decay – IT WORKS!!!
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 41 seconds
April 25, 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. Researchers have proven in the last few years that tooth decay is caused by bacteria which grow in …

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Study Shows Bacteria Causing Gum Disease Also Causes Heart Disease
April 25, 2017

A scientific study in Sweden demonstrated a direct link between gum disease bacteria and heart disease. Their research is the first to show a direct causal link between these bacteria and heart disease, and builds on the growing body of evidence linking gum disease bacteria to cardiac health conditions. The bacteria …

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Perio Protect is Non-Surgical Periodontal Treatment
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 13 seconds
April 25, 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 had …

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OralDNA Tests for Oral Bacteria in the Dental Office
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 19 seconds
April 25, 2017

Oral bacteria and other pathogens cause gum disease, tooth decay, and all kinds of problems in the mouth, which can cause major problems in other parts of the body, too. In his first video with us, Dr. Tom Nabors introduces Oral DNA Labs, a company that brings salivary testing to …

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MouthWatchers Toothbrush – Nano-Silver Bristles Stay 99.7% Germ Free
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 21 seconds
April 25, 2017

Mouthwatchers is a tooth brush created by Dr. Ron Plotka, a practicing dentist. It is a revolutionary new line of manual and power toothbrushes which have the benefit of nano-silver bristles for unsurpassed anti-bacterial action. Within 6 hours after use, just sitting there in your cabinet, 99.7% of all microbes are destroyed …

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Oral Pathogen Link to Nerve Damage in Glaucoma
April 25, 2017

The Public Library of Science has published a study which shows a direct relationship between some nerve damage to the optic nerve from Oral Pathogens.     "Conclusions The above findings suggest that the oral microbiome contributes to glaucoma pathophysiology. A plausible mechanism by which increased bacterial loads can lead to neurodegeneration …

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Dental Air Force Proves More Effective at Killing Oral Bacteria Than Standard Toothbrushing
Video Runtime - 14 minutes, 18 seconds
April 25, 2017

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

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Dr John Comisi of the American Academy of General Dentistry on Recommended Dental Products
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 37 seconds
April 25, 2017

Dr. John Comisi talks about the barrage of dental products that are being marketed to consumers and how some of these products are not the best thing to be using for your oral health. He recommends some things that might surprise you.

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Xylitol Products Help Reduce Dental Decay
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 36 seconds
April 25, 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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Evora from Oragenics Uses Probiotics to Improve Oral Flora and Help Prevent Caries
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 24 seconds
April 25, 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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Pioneer of Sleep Apnea Research and Treatment Interviewed
Video Runtime - 45 minutes, 40 seconds
April 25, 2017

Christian Guilleminault, MD, a Founding Father of Sleep Medicine, was interviewed by Dr. Mike Milligan. He discusses the research that Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a disorder that began in childhood, how we can PREVENT the disorder from happening, and how to TREAT it at its earliest stages. This video is extremely important …

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Dental Sleep Appliance Greatly Helps This Patient
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 5 seconds
April 25, 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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Introduction to Myofunctional Therapy
April 25, 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, sleep, jaw …

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Dr. Bertrand De Silva Speaks To Patients About Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 38 seconds
April 25, 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 what sleep apnea is, what other serious medical problems it causes, and what to look for to decide if you, or someone you …

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Dr. Mike Milligan Interviewed on Snoring and Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 12 minutes, 53 seconds
April 25, 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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Face Focused Orthodontics Can Help Patients Sleep Better, and Look Better!
Video Runtime - 16 minutes, 34 seconds
April 25, 2017

Dr. Bill Hang sat down with Dr. Mike Milligan to talk about his approach to orthodontics, called Face Focused 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 …

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Sleep Apnea: The Importance of Your Airway To Overall Health
Video Runtime - 13 minutes, 19 seconds
April 25, 2017

What underlies Sleep Apnea? Dr. John Flutter is a dentist who speaks on the importance of breathing and issues involving your airway to overall health. Why is it better to breath through your nose? Why should you sit up straight? What happens when certain dental and orthodontic procedures shrink the …

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Dr. Allen Moses, Inventor of the Moses Sleep Appliance for Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 4 minutes, 30 seconds
April 25, 2017

Dr. Moses sat down with us to talk about who needs The Moses dental sleep appliance for sleep apnea and what you can expect when you see your dentist to get one fitted for you.                     For More Information: www.Apnea-Snoring.com www.KidsApnea.com …

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Sleep Apnea Patient Talks About His Dental Sleep Device
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 14 seconds
April 25, 2017

A patient who has suffered through c-pap therapy, unsuccessful surgery, and many other travails in order to get his sleep apnea under control talks about his experience with a dental sleep device.   If you suffer from sleep apnea, you need to hear this man’s story.

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Sleep Physician Talks to Dental Patients About Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 0 minutes, 56 seconds
April 25, 2017

Sleep Physician Dr. Joseph O’Jile talks about the important role your dentist plays in making sure healthy sleep is part of your routine.

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CPAP vs. Oral Device for Sleep Apnea – A Patient’s Perspective
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 3 seconds
April 25, 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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The Basics of Sleep Apnea for Dental Patients
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 34 seconds
April 25, 2017

Dr. Tony Soileau speaks with Dr. Mike Milligan about the fundamentals of sleep apnea treatment, and the alternatives available for dental patients.                       For More Information:  Website: www.TonySoileau.com

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The DNA Appliance is a New, Non-Surgical Way to Remodel Your Airway
April 25, 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 and treating …

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Patient Testimonial for the DNA Appliance and Orofacial Myology
Video Runtime - 6 minutes, 9 seconds
April 26, 2017

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Article: World Renown Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Really Causes Heart Disease
April 26, 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 Humans …

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Prevent, and Even Reverse, Cardiovascular Disease With Nutrition
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 20 seconds
April 26, 2017

Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Director of the Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Reversal Program at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, visits with Dr. Mike Milligan to discuss cardiovascular disease as a nutritional problem. His program has outstanding results, and an 89% compliance rate.

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How Your Dentist Treats Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 48 seconds
April 25, 2017

Dr. Jonathan Parker talks about how a dental sleep practice treats their patients, and what to ask for when you visit your dentist.                       Dr. Mike Milligan and Dr. Jonathan Parker discuss what you need to know about sleep apnea and …

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Richard Bonato, Ph.D. Explains the MediByte Home Testing Device for Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 1 second
April 25, 2017

Sleep Specialist Richard Bonato, Ph.D., co-Founder of MediByte, talks about their professional, but inexpensive, home testing device for sleep apnea. If you snore, or someone you love does, and if you suspect sleep apnea, the MediByte is a fast and inexpensive way to professionally test the quality of your sleep in your …

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A Sleep Physician Tells You How Your Dentist Can Screen & Treat Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 1 hour, 5 minutes
April 25, 2017

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

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TAP Provides High Quality Therapy for Snoring and Sleep Apnea
Video Runtime - 7 minutes, 28 seconds
April 25, 2017

We talked to Dr. Keith Thornton, the inventor of the TAP dental sleep apnea device – the most prescribed sleep apnea treatment in dentistry. We spoke to him about how easy and effective it is for you to control your own sleep apnea with this appliance.           …

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The Negative Effects of Day Time Mouthbreathing
April 26, 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 the full article at PubMed  

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The Oxygen Advantage by Patrick McKeown
Video Runtime - 12 minutes, 27 seconds
April 26, 2017

Patrick McKeown, author of The Oxygen Advantage, gives an overview of the Buteyko Breathing Method for athletes. He covers the advantages of using the Buteyko Breathing Method to simulate high altitude training and what that can do to improve athletic performance.                    For More …

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Trish O’Hehir, RDH Talks About Breathing Through Your Nose Instead of Your Mouth
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 43 seconds
April 26, 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 avoid mouth-breathing as much as you can.

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National Geographic: Sugar Love – A not so sweet story
April 26, 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 handful …

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Minnesota Dental Association: Acidity (pH) and Sugar Content of Beverages
April 26, 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 

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Jo-Anne Jones, RDH Talks to Patients About the Importance of Oral Cancer Screening
Video Runtime - 1 minute, 56 seconds
April 26, 2017

Jo-Anne Jones, RDH is an award winning speaker who educates dentists and dental hygienists on the latest research in the area of cancer screening and detection in the dental office. Here she talks to patients about the need to make sure you get the best and most thorough screening to detect …

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Get a 30 Second Saliva Test for Oral Cancer
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 57 seconds
April 26, 2017

OralDNA Labs provides your dentist with a simple 30-second saliva test that screens for HPV and other risk factors you may have for Oral Cancer. See it described in this video with the Founder of OralDNA, Dr. Tom Nabors.

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Dr. Dennis Abbott on Dental Treatment During Cancer
Video Runtime - 1 minute, 26 seconds
April 26, 2017

Dr. Dennis Abbott is a dental oncologist – a dentist who treats cancer patients for the special dental needs they have during their treatment for cancer.                       In this next video, Dr. Abbott shares some of his knowledge of the vital …

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The VELscope Screens for Oral Cancer Risks
Video Runtime - 3 minutes, 40 seconds
April 26, 2017

The VELscope is an oral cancer screening light used used by dentists to highlight areas of concern during your dental or hygiene appointment.                         Here is an update to the Velscope video above:    

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Examining the Association Between Oral Health and Oral HPV Infection
April 26, 2017

Abstract 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 …

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Viroxyn for Cold Sores
Video Runtime - 4 minutes, 51 seconds
April 26, 2017

Neil Romano discusses Viroxyn, a powerful treatment for cold sores that is available at your dentist’s office.                       For More Information: Viroxyn.com

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Cold Sores: Not a Trivial Matter
April 26, 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 the …

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Introducing Egoscue – An Effective Stretching and Posture Discipline for Dentists, Golfers, and Everyone Else
Video Runtime - 11 minutes, 11 seconds
April 26, 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. …

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Dr. Uche Odiatu Talks About How Important Nutrition and Exercise Are to The Oral Systemic Link
Video Runtime - 9 minutes, 28 seconds
April 26, 2017

OralSystemicLink.net spoke Dr. Uche Odiatu about the importance of exercise and nutrition to oral health. He shows how this effects the rest of the body as well.                       Dr. Uche Odiatu Says “Drop & Give Me 40 Winks!”     …

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Moses Sport Express – New Sport Mouthpiece for Improved Performance in Sports
Video Runtime - 5 minutes, 30 seconds
April 26, 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 …

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Dan Buettner How to Live to Be 100
Video Runtime - 22 minutes, 11 seconds
April 26, 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
April 26, 2017

The Study “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 …

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Store-A-Tooth: A Program to Utilize Baby Teeth for Future Use of Stem Cells
Video Runtime - 8 minutes, 12 seconds
April 26, 2017

Janet Press talked to us about another aspect of oral-systemic health – 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 company who will receive, test – and cryogenically …

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Yale Prevention Research Center Writes Important Article on Prevention
April 26, 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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