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NEWS Teeth infections triple heart disease risk

September 28th 2016 /

People who have untreated teeth infections and gum disease are nearly three times more likely to suffer from heart disease.

NEWS Check your mouth to discover your chances of heart disease

April 16th 2014

What are your chances of developing heart disease?

FEATURE Acrylic toxicity

May 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 2)

This reader is keen to have all of the amalgam removed from her mouth, but she is highly allergic to dental acrylic, the only substance her dentist says can be used as a replacement

FEATURE Tooth abscess

May 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 2)

A reader would like some advice on dealing with this painful problem naturally

FEATURE Dental anaesthesia and breastfeeding

May 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 2) /

A mother is scheduled to have a couple of fillings and is concerned about the effects of the anaesthetic on her child - as she is still breastfeeding

FEATURE Quantum medicine at the dentist

December 2004 (Vol. 15 Issue 9)

* Seven-year-old Amy had overcrowded teeth, which David Hefferon fixed by expanding her jaw, using a 'functional appliance' followed by wire braces

FEATURE Amalgam fillings: the latest evidence

December 2004 (Vol. 15 Issue 9)

Although amalgam dental fillings have been in widespread use for around 150 years, this started to change in the mid-1980s, when evidence began to emerge that mercury vapour was being released from these fillings

FEATURE Seeing beyond the tooth

December 2004 (Vol. 15 Issue 9) /

A man goes to the dentist and says, "I've got a terrible toothache"

FEATURE Diy holistic dentistry

December 2004 (Vol. 15 Issue 9)

* Suspect temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems if you: - have pain or make clicking sounds anywhere in the jaw; pain in the face, neck or back of head; unexplained migraines or headaches- cannot open your jaw fully (allowing the thickness of three fingers between your upper and lower teeth)- gulp your food, swallowing it down almost whole- feel a stuffiness, pressure or blockage in your ears, or produce too much earwax- suffer from dizzy spells or vertigo- suffer from asthma, spinal problems, leg pain, circulation problems, cold hands and feet, carpal tunnel syndrome, tinnitus (persistent ringing in the ear), chronic fatigue, snoring and sleep apnoea, low energy, allergies and gut disturbances

FEATURE Testing for mercury sensitivity

December 2004 (Vol. 15 Issue 9) /

One of the latest diagnostic tests to determine mercury sensitivity is MELISA (memory lymphocyte immunostimulation assay)

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