OralDNA Tests for Oral Bacteria in the Dental Office
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 the dental office to determine the exact pathogenic bacteria an individual patient has, the risks these bacteria cause, and the individualized recommended therapy as a result. This brings personalized, medical-model, objective diagnostic testing into the dental office, to supplement the previous subjective diagnostic model used in dentistry.
MyPerioPath® is one test that you can receive from your dentist that shows you the break-down of the most important pathogenic oral bacteria in your mouth. Dr. Tom Nabors explains the report you get and what it tells you about the risks of your oral make-up, and how your dentist can help you.
Running Time: 5 minutes, 12 seconds
Debra Sabatini is a Dental Hygienist from OralDNA Labs. She demonstrates the easy saliva test on Dr. Mike Milligan, and explains the many reasons and health scenarios where it would be good for you to have this testing done.
Running Time: 6 minutes, 30 seconds
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, speaks to OralSystemicLink.net a second time during a meeting 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 18 years. They discuss why and for whom to use the Oral DNA tests.
Running Time: 10 minutes, 6 seconds
Dr. Tom Nabors, founder of OralDNA, sits down with Dr. Mike Milligan a third time, at a meeting of the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health, to discuss recent breakthroughs in the area of oral bacteria and its effects on the health of the rest of the body. He discusses the need for salivary testing to determine the exact pathogenic bacteria an individual patient has, the risks these bacteria cause, and the individualized recommended therapy as a result. Oral DNA salivary diagnostics can also help predict the patient’s genetic predisposition to periodontal disease, and the risk of oral cancer from the human papillomavirus (HPV), a very common cause of oral cancer today.
Running Time: 8 minutes, 48 seconds
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