List of Articles Related to Dental Problems with Lyme Disease

BeFunky_Big_smile.jpgHere is a collection of links and articles related to Lyme disease and your teeth. If you know of any others please post them in the comment section below and we will get the added.

Dental Mercury Amalgam Removal – A Key To Beating Lyme Disease? Part 1

Do You Need a Holistic Dentist When You Have Lyme Disease?

How to Detox After an Amalgam Filling Removal

 Dental Discussion on MD Junction

How Dentists Spot Lyme

Dentist’s transmission implications ; LYME/DENTAL

Lyme / Biofilm / Mercury Dental Fillings

Lyme Disease Often Reside in the Mouth

Lyme Disease have you Ticked? Ask your Dentist

Oil Pulling With Coconut Oil Can Transform Your Dental Health

Receding gums in Lyme disease – An important Oral manifestation in Lyme

Oral Spirochetes

2 thoughts on “List of Articles Related to Dental Problems with Lyme Disease”

  1. Treponema Denticola, “Dental Spirochete”

    * Periodontal Disease
    * Sinus
    * Can it Spread Beyond Oral Infection?
    * Oral Bacteria Causing Heart Disease & Stroke

    Like the Lyme spirochete, T. denticola is also a

    T. denticola is an important cause of periodontal
    disease (periodontal disease leads to bone loss &
    tooth loss.) T. denticola is an anaerobic, gram-
    negative “dental spirochete.” It has the potential to
    disseminate beyond oral infections … but to what
    physiological effect can it cause mayhem?

    Would having T. denticola infection (and other
    periodontal germ infections) help to wear down
    our immune system, when we also need our
    immune system to fight active Lyme & coinfections?
    That makes horse sense, as does having periodontal
    disease that can get worse, when we also have active
    Lyme & coinfections wearing down our immune

    1. From SGM, Treponema denticola biofilm-induced expression of a bacteriophage, toxin-antitoxin systems and transposases:

      Root Canals. At Wiley Online Library, Detection of Treponema denticola in endodontic infections by 16S rRNA gene-directed polymerase chain reaction:

      Root canals. Real-time polymerase chain reaction of “red complex” (Porphyromonas gingivalis, Tannerella forsythia, and Treponema denticola) in periradicular abscesses:

      See what LymeMD says about western blot testing, Lyme and T. denticola; September 2008 page:
      “All I got was a 41 band!”:

      T. denticola can get in the sinuses. Google it!

      Selenium. A paper from the Journal of Bacteriology, a pdf, Inhibition of Selenium Metabolism in the Oral Pathogen Treponema Denticola:

      Link between heart disease and periodontal bacteria:

      At Columbia Lyme and Tick-Borne Diseases Research Center, what Dr. Costerton says:

      Google and you’ll find lots about Treponema Dentilcola

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