AAOSH Case Studies

Case Study Announcement and Invitation for AAOSH 2017

We would like to acknowledge all of our attendees and members for being healthcare leaders dedicated to learning and increasing awareness of the relationship between oral health and whole body health. An important part of the AAOSH mission is to improve inter-disciplinary health care and collaboration that supports optimum health. We recognize that many of […]

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Lee Ostler, Amy Doneen, Bradley Bale

Proof that Optimal Medical Care and Oral Wellness Can Quickly Shrink Arterial Plaque and Stabilize Cardiovascular Disease

Just in time for National Gum Care Month, a new study, published in the peer-reviewed journal Archives of Medical Science, demonstrates that a comprehensive approach to heart attack, stroke and diabetes prevention that includes oral wellness—our patented BaleDoneen Method—can quickly shrink the size of arterial plaque deposits by more than 50% in patients with cardiovascular […]

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Healthy, wellness-based meals at AAOSH events

Eating for Wellness at AAOSH Events

Many times when you attend a meeting or conference, you are given the same types of choices in meals you have at every other event. You sit all day, eat carb-loaded meals, get sleepy, and do it again for another day until it’s over. Not at AAOSH. In case you haven’t noticed, we’re not like […]

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Dr. Jacque Russo on the Dental Insiders Podcast

Dr. Jacque Russo on the Dental Insiders Podcast

AAOSH board member Dr. Jacque Russo is on this week’s edition of the Dental Insiders Podcast talking about dentistry’s role in whole body health. “Medicine has evolved to become more specialized. So you go to a cardiologist and he talks to you about your heart, your vessels. You go to a dentist, they talk about […]

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Dr. Steven Olmos

Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders & Craniofacial Pain: Bridging the Gap Between Dentistry and Medicine

Presented by Steven Olmos, DABCP, DABCDSM, DABDSM, DAAPM, FAAOP, FAACP, FICCMO, FADI, FIAO   Wednesday, November 16, 2016 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. CT Course Description This program will discuss why the need for a comprehensive evaluation of symptoms is necessary for successful treatment.  The interdisciplinary treatment approach allows for success in therapies by appropriate healthcare […]

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dentistry & dental oncology

The Next Big Movement in Dentistry

In the 60s it was Bob Barkley and the emphasis was, for the first time, on the fact the gums were as important, if not more so than the teeth dentists treated. In the 70s the big excitement was composites verses amalgams especially posterior composites. Also on the forefront were composite buildups versus crowns for […]

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Jim Hyland

Webinar: Pink in the Sink is Health Down the Drain

Presented by Jim Hyland, BSc, DDS   Wednesday, August 17, 2016 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. CDT Course Description Despite dentistry’s current standard of care, more than 75% of dental patients have some form of periodontal disease. Despite decades of following conventional wisdom and status quo protocols, periodontal disease is not being accurately diagnosed nor effectively […]

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AAOSH responds to the AP flossing report

AAOSH Responds to the AP Flossing Report

A recent report by the Associated Press (AP) calls into question the health benefits of flossing, suggesting that no scientific evidence links flossing to better oral health. Unfortunately, the media coverage of this report has led many people to believe that flossing is not important for oral or overall health. In today’s world we look […]

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dental team

What is an Oral Systemic Practice? The Levels of Complete Health Dentistry

Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles onions on a sesame seed bun. If you were a kid in the late seventies you know that this was the Big Mac commercial that played over and over. Almost everyone could recite the ingredients, and, unfortunately for our health, billions have been “served.” What does […]

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