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Gordon Medical Systemic Dentist, Alireza Panahpour, DDS, discusses how patients must be prepared and protected before and after dental surgery.

From a talk on Oral Systemic Health, with Nafysa Parpia, ND, part of the Mycotoxins and Chronic Illness Summit 2.0, coming April 19-26, 2022.

Key Points

  • How do we get a patient ready for dental surgery?
  • Physicians must assure that patients are ready for surgery.
  • Adrenals, thyroid
  • Hormones are directly connected to clotting factors.
  • Must protect patient from spreading the infection when doing the surgery
  • Antibiotics can cause more problems than they help.
  • Immune modulation through supplements or IV therapies
  • Biofilms, bacteria, viruses, fungus, parasites are harbored in the oral infections.
  • How does the immune system respond when these are removed? It either wants something, or it wants to dump something.
  • Dumping heavy metals may also lead to dumping candida.
  • Have to work with the few physicians in the United States who truly understand what is needed and can protect the patients.

To see the full interview, sign up for the Mycotoxin and Chronic Illness Summit 2.0

Mycotoxins are just one of many things that lead to chronic symptoms. So during the summit, we cover not only mycotoxins but the many layers of complex illness in our interviews. Interviewing our guests interweaves our knowledge with our colleagues that we respect and increases the chances that we will find more ways to help YOU in your healing path.

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