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When was the last time your doctor asked you about your dental health?

 

Despite multiple research studies that link root-canal treated teeth to cancer and other chronic disease, the majority of people, and sadly even health care professionals, do not pay enough attention to dental health. 

 

When it comes to the root canal procedure, the current convention is to save a tooth at any cost. It does not, however, consider the logic of leaving a dead, filled tooth inside the body. If this scenario involved any other part of the body, say your hand, it would not even be debated. But when it comes to teeth, the same logic that prevails in other body parts usually disappears.

 

Chronic inflammation has been accepted as “the silent killer” that leads to chronic disease, heart disease, and cancer. Root canals are inherently susceptible to infection and inflammation. As a matter of fact, this is what initially led to the problem; infection. People living with a chronic source of infection and inflammation will eventually find that their immunity is affected. In some cases, this chronic inflammation and infection will actually promote the growth of malignancy. The natural defense mechanism to fight malignancy is impaired since the immune system is busy dealing with inflammation that has no chance of resolving on its own. The only way this problem can be resolved is by identifying and removing the cause. The infected area has to be properly dealt with before the body can be restored to health.

 

Remember that, in the body, the mouth is the largest cavity that is continuously exposed to outside influences and the environment. So, when was the last time your doctor asked you about your dental health? If the answer is “never”, perhaps itʼs time to re-evaluate your health issues and consider this question. Take the initiative and investigate. It can help in restoring your health and prevent breast cancer.

 

Take charge of your health today, be proactive and help others to prevent breast cancer NOW!

 

 

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