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Dr. Sherry Rogers, MD Comments on Lumen Photon Therapy and Decreasing Mouth Bacteria

Did you realize that infection from root canals, gingivitis, and other unsuspected mouth sources can lead to coronary plaque (and subsequent clots) that can kill?

Did you know that mouth bacteria can trigger cancers?

Yep, Dr. Rogers caught MY attention with this information in her article “Can The Tooth Fairy Bring Brain Cancer?”

Dr. Sherry Rogers, MD, noted Environmental Doctor, explains the links between mouth bacteria and coronary plaque (and clot diseases) as well as cancers such as pancreatic cancer in the September 2015 issue of her monthly newsletter “Total Wellness”.


Coronary Plaque and Clots
Dr. Rogers references a book called The Toxic Tooth which discusses the connection between infection from root canals, gingivitis, and other unsuspected mouth sources which can lead to coronary plaque (and subsequent clots) that can be fatal. (Per Dr. Rogers – the #1 cause of death.)

Dr. Rogers provides her opinions and recommendations in order to get rid of unsuspected dental infections which can lead to cancer, other recalcitrant diseases, and eventually lethal clots in order to give us a “fighting chance of success.


Mouth Bacteria and Cancer
Dr. Rogers says that mouth bacteria can also trigger cancers (the #2 cause of death).

In fact, she singles out the potential relationship between pancreatic cancers and “all of the cosmetic dental restorations whose toxins connect to pancreatic meridians.”

Towards the end of this article, Dr. Rogers notes that, as cancer numbers are increasing, dental health and periodontal disease remains a “highly ignored area that has a huge bearing on your vulnerability”.


Dr. Rogers comments that “sadly, most people with underlying dental problems will have no symptoms”.

That’s scary.

So what can we do?


Natural Preventive Approach with No Downside
As usual, Dr. Rogers gives us her clear recommendations (with references) – in order to help identify hidden inflammations
• Perform Cardio/ION test
• Check “tell-tale” inflammation indicators (hsCRP, Nt Pro-BNP, Lp-LPA2, Lipid peroxides, D-dimer, homocysteine, MPO)
• Consider acupuncture meridian map to identify which teeth are connected to which organs
• Maintain clean and healthy mouth and teeth (using brush picks, water-pic, oil pulling, Lumen Photon Therapy Device, Lugol’s non-colloidal silver)
• Read books authored by Dr. Rogers for information gems

In addition, Dr. Rogers advises darkfield live cell microscopy to show unwanted bugs in our bloodstream.

Dr. Rogers strongly urges us to find a local biological dentist to check vitamins D, K, and other levels “so crucial for keeping dental bone healthy enough to fight off unwanted pathogens or bugs”. She mentions some additional tests a good biological dentist might urge: N-telopeptide, D3 level assessment (which “warn of implant bone loss”), RBC Minerals, and perhaps even a Cardio/Ion test to identify root cause deficiencies in order to restore bone integrity.


Why All This?
Dr. Rogers notes that, in addition to the contribution to overall health, if the bones aren’t healthy, root canals and implants fail.

In all this, Dr. Rogers cautions to be aware of anyone who wants to put you on Fosamax, Reclast, Actonel, Boniva and other osteoporosis drugs which, in her words, “have actually made even young people lose all of their teeth.”

Ominous warning indeed!


Voice of Reason
As usual, Dr. Rogers’ natural preventive approach sounds reasonable, straightforward, and well-documented – and I see no downside.

What do you think?

I’m looking forward to trying her recommendations and hope to hear how Dr. Rogers’ recommendations work out for you.


Add Lumen Photon Therapy
In past articles, Dr. Rogers consistently reminds us to periodically use our Lumen Photon Therapy Device wrapped around our teeth (jaw area) on the NICO setting “to foster stronger teeth roots and discourage breakdown and abscess infection”.

This is nice. I appreciate that she’s also sharing practices which will actually keep my teeth, gums, and jaw healthy.


Natural Preventive Approach with No Downside
So as usual, Dr. Rogers gives us her clear recommendations (with references) – this time to help maintain clean and healthy mouth, gums, jaw bone, and teeth.

Her natural preventive approach sounds reasonable. (And I see no downside.)

I’d rather prevent mouth bacteria and bone loss in order to maintain my overall health.

I also appreciate that Dr. Rogers is so overtly linking mouth, teeth, and jaw bone health to overall health and healing.

What do you think?

I’m looking forward to hear how Dr. Rogers’ recommendations work out for you.


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Sherry Rogers, M.D. is an internationally recognized expert in environmental medicine – Board Certified in Environmental Medicine as well as charter
Board Certified in Family Practice, a Fellow of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, and a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition. Dr. Rogers is author of over 16 books on environmental illness and finding the cause and cure of diseases. She has published over 20 scientific papers, as well as written many current periodical and text book chapters. She served on medical journal editorial boards, and has given over 100 lectures to physicians in six countries (and more) in her 45+ years of medical practice.


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