People with gum disease are twice as likely to have heart disease.

Researchers have found that people with periodontal disease are almost twice as likely to have heart disease, and that risk may be even greater than for those with high cholesterol.

When there is chronic infection anywhere in the body, it causes inflamation, and it can become a burden on the patient's immune system.

"It is firmly established that a link exists between periodontal disease and heart disease." -- Dentistry IQ 

"It is firmly established that a link exists between periodontal disease and heart disease." -- Dentistry IQ 

When our immune systems are burdened, it makes them less effective at fighting off other diseases.

Although it may seem strange that cardiovascular disease may be related to an infection that you can't see or feel and that your general dentist isn't trained to look for in your jaw, it is not surprising to those who have studied the research that has established an indisputable link between heart disease and gum disease

Dr. Panahpour is an expert at removal of infection that is causing a burden on a patient's immune system, often located at the site of old tooth extractions and root canals, where the patient never feels or sees it, because of it's location deep in the jaw, where the nerve of the tooth is already dead, or has been removed. 

Removal of this infection often helps patients to become as healthy as they can be, because their immune system is no longer burdened with something it is not able to heal. 

Read one patient's story about recovery from heart disease via dental work, here: https://www.systemicdentist.com/blog/2017/12/17/heart-patient-dentist-saved-my-life

Read more about hidden, painless but chronic jawbone infection very commonly found at the site of a tooth extraction and hiding beneath root canal teeth, here.