"Fremont Natural Dentistry is supporting me in my efforts to reverse my own tooth decay through the protocol...They are not a typical, pushy dentist practice that wants to "drill, fill and bill," and I'm thankful for that. They are also fluoride and mercury free and gave me one of the best cleanings I've ever had. I would highly recommend them"— Andreas H.
" I like that they take care to learn about YOUR history and what might bother you... I have TMJ, so they gave me a bite block to not aggravate my jaw or have it open any wider than it needs to be. They also suggested and are open to taking breaks if you need it. My appointment didn't feel rushed at all."— Josephine L
"This has been by far the best dentist I have ever been to in my entire life and I can't believe how lucky I was by finding this place/doctor! Everything was perfect about my visit, from the friendly and helpful front office staff to the hygienist/dentist assistant, to the painless procedure that MIGHT just help me avoid a root canal. This is a holistic, all natural dentist."— Norma P.
"I just love the Dr and staff !! Very caring people . Glad I found this Doctor/Dentist I’d give him more then 5 ⭐️ s if I could !!!"— Tori S.
At any given time your mouth contains millions of germs and bacteria. Gum disease creates open wounds in your mouth that offer a direct pathway for these germs and bacteria to enter your bloodstream. From there, they can relocate to other parts of your body, posing a variety of health risks.
Extensive research is being done to better determine the links between periodontal disease and other health complications. While some studies remain inconclusive, others reveal potential links and mechanisms connecting gum disease and other systemic problems. Such studies have suggested increased risk for conditions including heart disease, ischemic stroke, respiratory disease, head and neck cancers, kidney disease, diabetes, and risk of pre-term delivery or low birth weight.
When considering your oral health, it is important to know that periodontal disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. Remember that gum disease is an active, living infection in your mouth that requires professional treatment to prevent its progression and avoid tooth loss and other health complications.
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