AS AN AMERICAN, YOU ARE MORE LIKELY TO DIE FROM A HEART ATTACK THAN ANY OTHER CAUSE.
EVEN IF YOU EXERCISE, ARE AT IDEAL WEIGHT, AND ARE ON A CHOLESTEROL MEDICINE, YOU STILL CAN HAVE AN UNEXPECTED HEART ATTACK.HOW CAN THAT BE?
Today, the current standard of care for cardiovascular disease treatment is based on general common risk factors such as cholesterol level, age, sex, weight, activity level and more. Unfortunately, these only provide a generalized statistical prediction of your risk of having a heart attack or stroke. In other words, the current standard tells you very little about
your personal, individual risk.
But fortunately, now there's a better way to detect the presence of disease LONG BEFORE it results in a heart attack.
HEART ATTACKS AND STROKES ARE NOW OPTIONAL ! REALLY !
With the aid of new technology, we can now detect the presence of diseased arteries long BEFORE they result in a heart attack or stoke and long before they can be detected by traditional medical tests.
"If you're a dentist you get 7 hours of CE credit and it's tax deductible, too!"
This new technology is not available at your physician's office or local hospital. These results, combined with a new approach of treating the individual based on advanced personalized blood and genetic tests, allow us to now dramatically decrease the chances that you will EVER suffer from a heart attack or stroke.
Join us in Orlando, FL
2020 Healthy Dentist Summit
October 14, 2020
(Immediately before the American Dental Association convention in Orlando!)
Hampton Inn and Suites Orlando Gateway/Orlando Airport
5460 Gateway Village Circle, Orlando, FL 32812 • 407-857-2830
If you would like to stay at an alternative location, here are some that are close by:
Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport: 407-825-1234
Orlando Airport Marriot Lakeside: 407-851-9000
Sheraton Suites Orlando Airport: 407-240-5555
"I would definitely recommend this."
"As a dentist, I highly recommend investing in your future health by attending The Healthy Dentist Summit. I was amazed at the wealth of knowledge presented by Dr. Ford Brewer, Dr. Janice Derrickson, and David Meinz. Dr. Doug Thompson reviewed our oral bacterial lab results and showed us how wellness can positively effect our practice bottom-line. I was surprised to learn that Lp(a) is a genetic trait that triples the risk of a heart attack. Most people have never heard of it or the numerous other genetic markers that we now need to know about. Receiving one-on-one coaching was an instrumental part of the success of the weekend. And wow! As a southern cooking gal, I didn't know that eating more plant-based foods could be so awesome. If you care about the quality of life as you age, make it a priority to attend the next Healthy Dentist Summit."
—Gail Redman, DDS, Sikeston, MO
Your personal faculty
David Meinz, MS, RDN, FAND, CSP presents the "The Heart of Dentistry" to dental audiences internationally. Author of Healthy Dentistry and a number of other books, he's appeared in the Journal of The Academy of General Dentistry and Dentistry Today. He has also received the Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association.
Go to DavidMeinz.com
Dr. Brewer is the founder and medical director of PrevMed in Lexington, KY. He specializes in prevention, primary care and telemedicine. Dr. Brewer trained at Johns Hopkins, where he went on to run the postgraduate training program in preventive medicine. He's certified in the Bale/Doneen method for heart attack and stroke prevention and has over 25 publications in peer-reviewed medical journals.
Dr. Thompson is a dentist in private practice at Integrative Oral Medicine in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry and understands the vital connection between oral health and the prevention of heart disease and stroke. He employs advanced DNA bacterial testing methods and other leading-edge dental science to enable early risk assessment and personalized treatment planning. Dr. Thompson is also the founder of the Wellness Dentistry Network; an internet based community of dentists with a keen awareness of how oral conditions affect whole body health.
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