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Bio-Logical Dental Crafters

Nov 29, 2017 02:35PM ● By DR. RON CARLSON, DDS

Dr. Benjamin Rush, M.D., was one of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence. He later wrote extensively on dental sepsis of teeth and gums and its impact on the human body, noting, for example, the complete remission of rheumatoid arthritis, dyspepsia, epileptic seizures and more, once certain diseased teeth had been removed. He was quoted as saying: “I have been made happy by discovering that I have only added to the observations of other physicians, in pointing out a connection between extraction of decayed and diseased teeth and the cure of general diseases.”

The first dental school in the world—the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery—was founded in 1840 in Baltimore, Maryland. It provided formalized training that was an important step in the development of dental surgeons. Nearly all practitioners of the art and science of dental surgery at that time were well trained in medicine, first holding a medical degree or the equivalent.

In the 1940s, scientific convention voted for the acid theory of decay and voted against the theory of dental sepsis (systemic infection of gums and teeth impacting the human body). Today, we have returned to the oral-systemic impact of dental disease.

Excessive use of sugar products stops hormone production in the parotid gland (major salivary gland), preventing the development of a protective shield against tooth decay that is normally found in our saliva. Mouth acid is not the lone cause of gum and tooth decay. There is a second aspect to mouth issues, that of the oral-systemic pathway dependent on our daily consumption of sugar.

If the circulatory system of the dental organ (tooth) is irreversibly impaired, the organ dies and is best removed. Attempts at saving a tooth by “root cadaver canal” treatment is useless and will lead to oral-systemic issues. Dental implants are equally dangerous to general health and should also be avoided.

Carlson Bridge Technologies offers the only patented drill-less alternative to tooth replacement if a patient has had a tooth or teeth removed. Our system does not interfere with the health of the support teeth or the gum-bone support system and is organic and biocompatible.

Dr. Ron Carlson, DDS, is located at 4211 Waialae Ave., Ste 400, Honolulu. For more information, call 808-735-0282, email [email protected], or visit YouTube.com/watch?v=r0cRstR9GZU or CarlsonBridgeTech.com

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