Disease and Biological Dentistry P2

Let’s talk about bacterial endocarditis. So bacterial endocarditis is an infection of endocardium affecting the inner lining of the heart and its valves, mainly the valves. Now is bacterial infective endocarditis that rare? Well, it’s hard to say because it isn’t seen and it is not diagnosed that often. Now here’s a more broader definition of bacterial endocarditis rheumatic fever. Rheumatic fever, nowadays you don’t hear about that much either, right? It’s an acute inflammatory complication of this strap bacteria, and it affects the joints, the brain and the heart, right, because it’s followed — it’s characterized by arthritis, chorea against central nervous system distress and Carditis, heart pain. So with residual heart disease as a possible sequel event.

 

So this is usually after dental drilling or some kind of trauma or like that the patient comes home and they get severe flu and then they go to the doctor and they are diagnosed with rheumatic fever. So what did Weston Price say that the two worst things were in life in regard to stress to our immune system? What were the two worst challenges in life? Divorce and death. You’re close. So Dr. Price said the two biggest challenges to our immune system in life are pregnancy, it’s a big deal, a woman has to really be taken care of, nourished, and flu for he lived through the 1918 flu. But this is what this rheumatic fever is. It’s characterized by like flulike symptoms which are sometimes diagnosed as rheumatic fever often missed.

 

Rheumatic disease just to review, this is any disease of streptococcal bacterial origin. Now again this used to be a lot more common and talked about in the 1950s, 1940s but then when antibiotics came in, as soon as you gave an antibiotic, yes that did reduce the symptoms. So it’s not talked about so much. But we know what the antibiotics do, they kill some bugs, other ones cause later problems. So as biological dentists and physicians and practitioners, we know about silent focal infections. That’s why I love this group because we’re very aware of these chronic silent focal infections that conventional dentists and doctors aren’t aware of at all and sadly, holistic practitioners and physicians aren’t very aware of at all.

 

So what are typical focal infections? The dental tonsils, sinus, genital, other foci, and what do these focal infections do? They are chronically like a machine generating pathogenic bacteria and they are going to migrate and metastasize typically to what’s called rheumatic disturbed fields in the body, rheumatic streptococcal related places that make a happy home for strep bacteria where strep bacteria like to live. And there are five main rheumatic disturbed fields. First of all, the heart, again the endocarditis to the valves, rheumatic fever includes all of these — three of these areas. Joints chronic rheumatoid arthritis, kidney’s acute chronic glomerular nephritis, the gut, appendicitis, stomach duodenal ulcers, and we already talked about the brain. In the old days they called it chorea, nowadays we call it Tourette’s. It’s really the same thing.

 

It is interesting Tourette’s was diagnosed or identified by a Frenchman Tourette in an 86-year-old woman in the 1880s, unusual? Because nowadays we see it in children and teens and usually after that except for 10% of the time the patient adapts and it’s not so obvious those kind of symptoms or they grow out of it as they say. PANDAS, Grandas and then this whole epidemic of ADD, ADHD, hyperactivity in kids, all manifestations of strep bacteria. So I want to mention Edward Rosenow. Who knows Edward Rosenow? Such an amazing man and if you do get my book, I hope you will read that history as well (inaudible) to my next book the price of root canals, the turn of the 20th century was just amazing. That was just the hallmark, that was the time of focal infection theory that was just exploding, and we had an incredible research that — doing root canals became such a thing, giving antibiotics in the ‘30s and ‘40s, which was huge backlash to that and then it all died. And we are the ones taking up the reins on that and telling people, yes, focal infections are real, we have to address them. You can’t diagnose what you don’t know about and treat.

 

So Rosenow was considered a research genius. Later Mayo Institute recruited him because he was an amazing biologist, amazing man and he found that streptococcal bacteria loved this partial tension of oxygen, they don’t like anaerobic areas without oxygen, they don’t like aerobic areas, they like this partial tension of oxygen. And also that streptococci along with that had a specific pathogenic affinity for certain tissues. Well, what are those certain tissues? They love the heart valves. Again that’s a partial oxygen environment, mitral valve first, aortic valve, second, very common for patients to come in with some kind of diagnosis of mitral valve disease, minor or moderate or significant, usually minor to moderate, it’s a very common finding in what it is strep bacteria metastasizing to that heart valve. And it can be mitral valve prolapse, stenosis or more serious regurgitation.

 

The strep bacteria also love the joints, they love the joint capsule, that synovial fluid, very warm, nice, happy little environment for them. That’s why we have so much arthritis, again partial tension of oxygen partly oxygenated, same thing with the kidney glomeruli, same thing with the frontal cortex in the brain, all these tissues are very good areas for the Streptococcus to live and to thrive. So Rosenow did this same research that Dr. Price did too and we all know this research that Dr. Price in Cleveland, Rosenow was at Rush medical College in Chicago. Dr. Price was in Cleveland, there was a lot going on in the Midwest. Midwest was really popping band with all these scientists studying focal infections. So Dr. Price put together a team of 60 leading scientists, what an amazing man and that included Dr. Milton Rosenau, not the same one of Harvard Charles Mayo or Rochester, we know what he ended up doing at Mayo clinic. Dr. Frank Billings of Chicago at Rush medical College who also — that’s where Rosenau worked and what he would find is, if he took an infected tooth and infected root canal tooth from a patient with heart disease and pulled that tooth, extracted it, cavitated it well I hope and then he put it under the skin of a rabbit that would develop the same disease, whether it was ovarian disease, pelvic inflammatory disease, heart disease, skin disease, anything. So it was so well correlated. It was amazing. It is almost like that strep bacteria had grown to that particular affinity and then it would want to go to that same place in that animal, right? I was in a joint before, I’m going to go to a joint again, wanted to find a home again, right?

 

So I know a lot of you know about Price’s research on this and a lot of other doctors did research and found the same issue. Now later on detractors which we are feeling because this focal infection theory isn’t popular nowadays. Detractors tried to do the same thing other scientists did and they didn’t do it properly. They didn’t put the strep bacteria, they didn’t keep it in a partial oxygen environment. They said [it isn’t true]. So you have to do the research correctly.

 

So let’s talk about focal infection parlance, I got to see tons of old friends here. Maybe some of you are new and don’t realize that our biological demo group, we’re very into vocal infections, the diagnosis and treatment of those. So the two main ones of course the teeth and the tonsils, that’s the cause, okay, and the disturbed fields is the area, the rheumatic field area like the heart valves or the hip joint or the kidneys or the brain. So if you have an impacted wisdom teeth, often those are silent with intermittent little pain and swelling. You are not even thinking about your heart. Or if you have a root canal infected or if you have an abscessed tooth or if you have incompletely extracted wisdom tooth. In the focal infection site there all of these areas continually generate bacteria and go to susceptible areas in that patient and of course the patient — there’s also the patient’s miasm, right, or condition or heredity, but really those of us that know about epigenetic nowadays that it’s really not the genetics itself, genetics is really only 5 to 10% of the time the problem. Epigenetic says you can completely change your life based on your environment. You don’t have to be prone to heart disease just because your family was or your ancestors were.

 

So I love this quote from Dr. Price, modern medicine is mistaking effect for cause. Modern medicine is mistaking effect for cause. So as we said this may be a new slide – no, do you have this in your slide? Okay, sorry, I added a few new slides. So I just love this quote, treating a patient’s joint or heart disease without examining the strong possibility of a focal infection in the teeth or tonsils, when doctors are doing that they are treating the effect, the symptom, rather than the true cause of the problem, the focus. Now the problem is patients come to us and talk about their hip joint or their heart pang. They don’t come into you guys that know about dental focal infections. They’re just talking about teeth.

 

So as biological physicians and practitioners we – the teeth information as biological dentists, you all need to list it as you do the whole systemic history, the whole history on what’s going on in the body. But this is so important, meaning that as biological dentists and physicians we’ve got to treat upstream, not just downstream. We’ve got to treat the cause and dental and tonsil focal infections are epidemic, every single one of you in this room probably has one or the other.

 

Now [Spransky] was a renowned Russian physiologist and he talked about this trigger factor and he was saying that chronic relatively silent dental focal infections can flare up from the second insult and I just added as dental cleaning, drilling, extractions. So again what we don’t want to do when we have this bacteremia in the bloodstream is that we don’t want to trigger a dormant heart disturbed field and be part of the cause of a heart attack in three weeks or triggers more bacteria to load onto the patient who already has existing dental and tonsil focal infections, already has a lot of bacteria on board. So what can we do? So silent heart disease, little bit more about the mitral valve, the mitral valve is the main valve that gets injured. This is very common mitral valve disease. It’s the most commonly disturbed and infiltrated and infected valve than the heart, the second is the aortic, third tricuspid.

 

Now again heart disease even though it’s a disturbed field and we’re saying disturbed fields are usually symptomatic. This disturbed field is usually rather asymptomatic patients. Sometimes they have palpitations, shortness of breath, apnea, angina, heart pain and fatigue but often this deposition of strep bacteria causes very little symptoms. Mitral valve disease, rheumatic heart disease without a history of rheumatic fever, well as we said rheumatic fever flu gets missed all the time depending how strong the symptoms, often undiagnosed, or you take antibiotics prophylactically and you just never know you have it, which some people will say, well that’s good but there are better choices.

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The Dangers of Mainstream Dentistry P3

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: you can get it all day long. If you’re a nurse, great. You can get it and IV yourself. If you’re not a nurse and know a nurse maybe you can get the nurse you know to IV. by the way you don’t have to  have , unless you’re having figuration of the hear ,  you don’t java to have IV at the time you’re  getting the dentistry. You walk out and put the IV in. that would have taken care of its potential infection like this, without hurting him in the process.

 

I only know two dentist that will only do it to people they know in the whole United States. We probably have 3,000 dentist in the United States and I only know two. I spend a lot of time questioning and talking to people about this stuff. I don’t know who you’re going to find they may be somebody here, you may also want to find a nurse. IV is pretty easy to give you.

 

When they pull it out make sure you have a competent dentist because if they pull it out and leave fragmentation in it’s still not going to drain. When I had mine removed I could actually feel eight months later and taste eight months later infection coming out of my mouth. I had on and off pain consistently up in the jaw it would become sensitive or become numb.  It really took three months before that   went away and eight months before the test went away. That’s bacteria coming out of your body.

 

The bridge is not going to prevent that from draining. The key with the bridge is that you want a complete composite. You don’t want nickel on the bridge. A cheap bridge they will put nickel on than you won’t have your problem but you’ll have rashes.

 

The white fillings are called composite. Gold fillings are better than mercury fillings but still they put electromagnetic frequency in the body.  We should get rid of past, we should get rid of tooth brushes. Be everyone starting today should get a water picker device called a water cleansing mouth device.

 

In that device you’ll put some of the period liquid. Not only is it stimulating blood, cleaning better than possible but it’s also disinfecting the mouth.

 

Audience: I have a root canal. I’ve got an abyss now on my gum. they told me to  take garlic, I’ve been told to take the antibiotics, I’ve been  told to take some grass seed as  well but if I’m going to get it extracted now what’s the preparation for  extraction ?

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: very similar, you fast but in this case have you ever fasted before?

 

Audience: like a juice fast or a complete fast?

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: just juice.

 

Audience: yes

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: green juices not fruit juices. If you could do it for three days. You can do it the day before, the day of and the day after. Do saunas, do an aerobic exercise. you’re used  to fasting , your blood sugar  is stable , great time to  really perspire  a lot . , copies amount of liquid or whatever you weight do double the amount that day and really flush. When we talk about juices we’re talking about sprout justices, green juices not carrot juice and beet juice.

 

Chlorella not only takes care of heavy metals. It boosts the immune system, corrects the chromosome damage that you’ve done thorough   what our lifestyles have caused and equally takes away biology. We can’t say this but there is evidential science and Nadia can explain this to you that it even directly helps cancer in the body.

Audience: is there something you can administer for the pain, like an aesthetic, would you do that to cool your contraction?

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: it depends upon the person.  How many of you have high thresholds of pain? Like my wife if you scream and say you’re going to go to a dentist that’s when she needs acupuncture. There’s people with hypersensitivity and if you’re one of those would do it ahead of time.

 

Audience: when you said about losing memory, I had an emergency operation long ago where I had a lot of aesthetic and since then my memory is rubbish.

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT:  what was the surgery?

 

Audience: I had an emergency <inaudible>when I had my child, I was put on epidural. Since then my memory is bad. What can I do about it?

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: let me explain where most of this comes from. anaesthetic is a usual suspect  but it has been  determine now in the  archives of medico that more than  80% of memory loss  comes because oxygen didn’t not go to  your Bain for a period of time. During the surgical procedure this is common with bi pass surgeries.

 

There is a cardio vascular aspect to having a cessation. What may have happened is that you stopped breathing, they didn’t get enough oxygen to your brain. All it takes is thirty seconds. If you go above a minute you’re in real trouble, a minute and a half and you’re a real goner.

 

 

Audience: what do I do about it?

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT:   first you need to do oxygen therapy. What we do at hypocrites and what the German have thought the world id so you exercise?

 

Audience:  just walking

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: that’s not enough. At my house I have an elliptical machine. They are much better than running because you don’t have stress on your body. All of the forty year olds and fifty years olds show up at the institute with bad knees, bad aback, arthritis etc. I like no stress exercise and right next to that machine as we have at the hypocrite’s gym we have oxygen condensers.

 

When people come in they can check it, they get oxygen to their nose and as you’re doing aerobic exercise you clean. Hands down this is by far the best thing I can tell you to do to bring back memory.

 

Secondly we created a product, I think Melanie has it here called phys-neur oil where you can get it shipped across the pond. I specifically created this for neuron damage in the brain. The number one oil it has in it   is cranberry seed oil. All the major work that was done on neuron reconstruction, redevelopment and health recovery shows cranberry seed oil by far up here.  Second I have black raspberry, second best and then I put for body and a little bit the brain not as   much is some hemp and some flax oil.

 

Hands down, oxygen to the brain, oil over here. 70% of the population lacks b12. I don’t care if you eat meat, fish, cheese you’re most likely lacking b12. Life give is available here in London and in Europe that’s the one to take.

 

audience: I’ve got to tell you I’ve got root canal work done almost a year and I’ve got irregular heart beat and irregular breast cancer.

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: tell me what I said boar Germany. 167 000 women, more than 60% had a root canal in one or both of the teeth that related to the breast. When you see a study like that no legitimate doctor or scientist will ever suspect that that’s not a major contributor to breast cancer.

 

Audience: I recently had a root canal because I have lung cancer but I didn’t have lung cancer before that, I’m not saying that it’s directly related   to that. I saw the dentist on Friday he seems to think that maybe it’s something that was <inaudible> and I’m just wondering is it something that takes and forms in six months

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: let me explain what a dentist is. A dentist goes to medical school. They’re literally a medical doctor who has a speciality in dentistry. They really are medical doctors that’s why most of them are still doing bad things to you.

 

If it is infect what they suspect there’s a 99.9% chance it will come out and so I will let it go its course. If in six months put it on your calendar, then you’ve got to go to somebody to look more. I would do a thermography of we’re talking the end of this year and see if inflammatory things are happening.  This is not an x-ray, it’s better than an x ray it picks up heat and inflammation in the body. These a widely used to look at cancer. It’s not common because the pharmaceuticals don’t make money on this.

 

If you have a problem six months from now it’s probably going to be gone by the end of the summer. The time these things correct is when it’s hot. It should come out naturally. Are you living well?

 

Audience: yes

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: its nothing to worry about let me put it that way.

 

audience: I don’t have a question I just wanted to  share that I had fillings removed  three  years ago by a dentist inn London  and  he’s an incredible doctor  who has done  more than what  he suggested .  I told him about thoughts lecture but he’s not here tonight. His name is Doctor El-Gassaway. I think his website is holisticdentistry.com. If you Google those key words. He is an amazing individual. He’s the most caring person I’ve ever met and he’s passionate about what he does.

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: let’s imagine that some of these people are not economically endowed is he the kind of guy you can go to?

 

Audience: yes he is extremely generous from his heart. He’s on Harley’s Duke. He’s been doing this for a very long time and what brought him in to this is that he was a big <inaudible> and so t just became his life and passionate.

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: that’s a great suggestion. These are the kind of doctors I love. They had the disease, they had the problems. They become missionaries for these stuff. The best doctors are like that when they reverse the disease.

 

Audience: I had a root canal done by a Marian <inaudible>. He’s an amazing dentist. I always felt that ever since something was not right. so my question is I still have all my teeth , unfortunately now I know it’s not so great but I do have  probably at least 3 or 4 root  canals and they’re all fine. Now I know this isn’t right. Is there any chance for me to have them re opened and closed properly?

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: remember the guy I talked about with the space suit that’s the kind of thing those people do. most dentist  and even I  were an alternative dentist I probably wouldn’t  do it  because if I reopen a tooth that  has an infection  in it the susceptibility of getting a grand infection is heightened.  Pulling it would be a better route.

 

 

Audience:  I have a question, with all the natural approaches and the fact that they heal and the body is so extraordinary. How is it that there is this one area in our body that can’t take care of its self?

 

DR BRIAN CLEMENT: it’s an interesting thing. It’s probably the most abused part of the human anatomy.  There’s nothing more abused than the mouth. If you think about what we’ve done with our mouth. When I look back and my wife and were sitting and looking at thousands of people swabbing their mouths and saying how come we haven’t had that.

 

We realize that it must have been in the natural state of affairs. That the human body devolved and not evolved into   allowing spiral k and bacteria to prominate and to live in that area.

 

Secondly look at what we’re eating. Most health food diets are incredibly high in sugar. let’s  imagine that you’re   the rare person who says I’m  not going to take honey , I’m not going to take maple syrup, I’m not going to take  white sugar  but I’m still going to eat bread and potatoes and  pastas. Guess what you’re getting sugar around the bout ways. I eat things that will create sugar in my mouth.  All of these things are going to fee d what we have devolved our bodies into having, this bacteria states, these spiral k state.

 

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