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Mindy & Max From Singapore | Patient Review

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  1. Daniel Vinograd says:

    Follow up interview by Max & Mindy:


    Understand the intimate connection between oral health and overall health and what you can do to protect yourself.

    Welcome everyone. This is Max and today we’re going to talk about a really interesting and important topic: The connection between our oral health and our overall health. I am honoured to be joined today by Dr Daniel Vinograd who is practicing holistic dentistry and he’s based in San Diego. He’s an accredited member of the international academy of oral medicine and toxicology, the international association of mercury safe dentists and the international society of dental anxiety management. So welcome and thank you doctor for joining us today.

    Question 1: I have been aware for more than a decade now that our oral health can actually offer clues about our overall health and that problems in our mouth affects the rest of our body. As an experienced holistic dentist could you care to elaborate a little bit on this?

    Question 2: I have heard of how bad mercury and amalgam fillings can be to the human body, how exactly do these poisons affect human health? In your 30 years of experience as a holistic dentist could you give me some examples of what types of health problems can actually develop in people when they have such poisons in their mouths?

    Question 4: If one is now aware of the detrimental side effects of such poisons, what steps would you advice for one to take to correct this? Is a good nutritional protocol needed through the process and how important is it?

    Question 5: Like many areas of the body, our mouth is teaming with bacteria. Normally the body’s natural defenses and good oral health care, such as daily brushing and flossing, can keep these bacteria under control. However, without proper oral hygiene, bacteria can reach levels that might lead to oral infections, such as tooth decay and gum disease. Can you recommend us a good way to clean our teeth and keep them healthy and well?

    Thank you for your time doctor it’s been a pleasure speaking with you.

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