Every year in the United States 52 MILLION school hours are lost because children have cavities.
TWO out of THREE adults have dental disease and we know many of these oral health problems impact systemic body health by exacerbating chronic inflammatory health conditions that may lead to heart attacks, stroke, dementia and arthritis.
I urge everyone to consider if the traditional oral health is working and effective for them. You may believe you should brush and floss, but there are radically different strategies that consider the biology, chemistry, and physics of mouth health.
In 2010 I published Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye, a book written to help people frustrated by ongoing dental treatments. I wanted to empower them with effective strategies to stop cavities and gum disease using over-the-counter oral care products. The United States Surgeon General, Dr. Richard Carmona endorsed my book and the presentation of this science about oral health.
Last year, I published even more updated science in another book called Mouth Care Comes Clean.
In August 2019, I launched a video online course (The Oral Health Bootcamp). Each video topic is a 5 - 25 minute class that covers the most important dental topics and the dental problems adults often experience.
Learn more now about the Oral Health Bootcamp: https://drellie.com/oral-health-bootcamp/
My passion is educating people about oral health. For decades I’ve worked with patients of all ages, in different countries, in high and low-risk communities, and from every walk of life. I’ve seen the same results over and over again –people who transformed their oral health – sometimes in days or weeks, even after they had suffered years of pain and frustration. It’s never too late, and my ways will give you the key to a lifetime of improved oral health.
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