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Word of Mouth Podcast by the IAOMT2020-01-19T21:56:55+00:00

IAOMT’s integrative health podcast: Word of Mouth

Welcome to IAOMT’s podcast page. Our podcast is “Word of Mouth” and it features interviews with dentists and other health practitioners explaining how oral health is related to overall health, which is also known as the oral-systemic connection.

Why is IAOMT’s integrative health podcast Word of Mouth important?

Many people, including some doctors, are not knowledgeable about how oral health is related to other conditions in the body. Since the mouth is the gateway to the digestive tract, it should not be surprising that what happens in the oral cavity impacts the rest of the body, and vice-versa. Although it might seem obvious that dental conditions and materials interact with the entire human system, there is a clear need for the mainstream medical community, policy makers, and the public to be educated about this reality as shown in recent research.

That’s why the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology—the IAOMT– brings you our integrative health podcast Word of Mouth. The IAOMT strives for safer dentistry and a healthier world.

What are the episodes of IAOMT’s integrative health podcast Word of Mouth?

The list below features each episode of our integrative health podcast in chronological order of IAOMT’s release date. When you click on the episode you want to hear, you will be taken to a page to access that particular integrative health podcast.

1902, 2020

S01 E05 – Jerry Bouquot, DDS, MSD, Neuralgia-Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis (NICO)

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In season one, episode five of the integrative health podcast Word of Mouth, IAOMT member and past president, Stuart Nunnally, DDS, NMD, interviews Jerry Bouquot, DDS, MSD, about neuralgia-inducing cavitational osteonecrosis (NICO). Click here to learn more about cavitations from the IAOMT. Word of Mouth Season 1, Episode 5, Sponsor: Zeramex Photos from Word of [...]

1901, 2020

S01 E04 – Anne Summers, PhD, Mercury from Amalgam Fillings Creates Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

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In season one, episode four of the integrative health podcast Word of Mouth, IAOMT’s Executive Chairperson of the Board of Directors, Jack Kall, DMD, FAGD, MIAOMT, interviews Anne Summers, PhD, about her decades of research on mercury, including information about antibiotic resistance and detoxification. Click here to learn more about dental mercury from the IAOMT. Word of [...]

1511, 2019

S01 E03 – Boyd Haley, PhD, Heavy Metal Detox and Oxidative Stress

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In season one, episode three of the integrative health podcast Word of Mouth, IAOMT member and past president, Mark Wisniewski, DDS, interviews Boyd Haley, PhD, about the role of oxidative stress in disease and the ability for heavy metal detoxification to reduce oxidative stress and promote healing.

1511, 2019

S01 E02 – Valerie Kanter, DMD, MS, BCNP, IBDM, Regenerative Endodontics

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In season one, episode two of the integrative health podcast Word of Mouth, IAOMT member and past president, Griffin Cole, DDS, NMD, interviews Valerie Kanter, DMD, MS, BCNP, IBDM, about regenerative endodontics, the burgeoning controversy over root canals, and her thoughts about the movie Root Cause.

1511, 2019

S01 E01 Dave Warwick, DDS – New study quantifies mercury releases from amalgam during drilling

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In the first episode of the integrative health podcast Word of Mouth, IAOMT member and past president, Griffin Cole, DDS, NMD, interviews Dave Warwick, DDS, about his new study entitled “Mercury vapor volatilization from particulate generated from dental amalgam removal with a high-speed dental drill – a significant source of exposure.” The study is published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology.

Disclaimer

The information provided in these podcasts is not intended as medical advice and should not be interpreted as such. If you seek medical advice, please consult with a health care professional.  Also, the information in these podcasts represents the thoughts of the individual speaker/s, and the views expressed in this interview do not necessarily reflect the views of the IAOMT, its individual members, its Executive Committee, its Scientific Advisory Council, its administration, its employees, contractors, sponsors, or any other IAOMT affiliates.

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