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The Marriage Between Metals and Microbes

microbes tooth oral bacteria Dr. Weston A. Price Hal Huggins DDS cavitation anaerobic root canal contamination tooth socket periodontal dentistry toxin bite bone nutrient blood DNA mercury amalgam

By Hal A. Huggins, DDS, MS It was in 1909 that bacteria from root canals emerged as a cause of disease.  At that time, Dr. Weston A. Price, working with a team of microbiology researchers under the direction of Dr. Edward Rosenow from the Mayos’ Clinic, found bacteria in root canal teeth and discovered that they could produce disease throughout the body.  But it was in 1986 that Price gave me direction.  Although he had died in 1948, he had left me a legacy of his discoveries, asking on his death bed that a friend find someone who would carry on his research on root canals. Almost forty years...

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