The Vital Importance of the Oral Systemic Link
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 a Heart Attack or a Stroke. In this short video they emphasize the MAJOR role of healthy teeth and gums in preventing Heart Attacks, Strokes, and Type II Diabetes.
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 States. So control of these 5 bacteria is just as important as control of cholesterol, high blood pressure, smoking, diabetes, and obesity. Therefore you need to be tested for these 5 bacteria, and have your dentist help you eliminate them from your mouth.
Amy Doneen gives an important lecture about the Oral-Systemic link and its repercussions for cardiovascular disease, heart attacks and strokes.
If you or anyone you know is concerned about heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, or any cardiovascular disease and its ramifications, then you should watch this video!
Run Time: 1 hour, 53 minutes
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Run Time: 10 minutes, 56 seconds
In this interview, Bradley Bale, MD, discusses the evolution of the treatment of cardiovascular disease and how dentistry has become such an important part of its prevention and treatment.
Run Time: 16 minutes, 14 seconds
Dr. Bale and Amy Doneen talk about their Arteriology course in Las Vegas. Here is a discussion about the course.
Run Time: 8 minutes, 17 seconds
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