more dangerous than H1N1

Oral bacteria inflammation is more widespread than H1N1

Scientists and doctors have discovered a direct correlation between dangerous oral bacteria and health risks including heart attack, diabetes and osteoporosis. Are you at risk?


some health risks of dangerous oral bacteria

  • Pregnacy complications
  • Pneumonia & COPD
  • Gastric ulcers
  • Heart attack & stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Osteoporosis

video library

Here are some videos of oral bacteria. This will give you some idea of what goes on in your mouth. Warning! Not for the squeamish! Do not watch before lunch!

am i at risk?

nearly 80% of the U.S. population will develop oral bacterial inflammation

About 30% of people are genetically susceptible to oral bacterial infection. It is estimated that during their lifetime 80% of the U.S. population will develop oral bacterial inflammation and once it starts it does not usually reverse itself without specialized care.


Am I contagious?

If parents/caregivers have oral bacteria inflammation or have a genetic predisposition for oral bacteria inflammation, then the entire family should be tested. Mounting evidence suggests that oral bacteria inflammation is contagious and can be spread between family members.

What is oral bacterial inflammation?

Oral bacterial inflammation or periodontal disease is a chronic inflammation and infection of the gums that destroys the supporting bone and tissue around your teeth. It is the major cause of adult tooth loss, bad breath, and affects three out of four people after the age of 35. It provides a direct path for bacteria to enter your blood stream on a daily basis.

What causes oral bacterial inflammation?

The most common causes are an over abundance of bacteria in the mouth, a weak immune system, a diet low in nutrients, a medical condition, and in some cases a wide variety of synthetic medicine. Our program will address each of these issues.