You need a
healthy mouth
to have a
healthy body

We’re a non-profit organization advocating 

for more education into the link between 

oral health and overall health.

Fact 1

A growing body of evidence links oral health — especially periodontal (gum) disease — to several chronic diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.

Fact 2

Poor oral health increases the risk of a bacterial infection in the bloodstream, which can affect your heart valves.

Fact 3

In pregnant women, gum disease is also associated with premature births and low birth weight.

Who we are

We’re a group of dental and medical professionals working to bridge the gap between dental health and overall health. 

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We provide educational resources and medical research to the public about the oral-systemic connection.

Our goal is to help people lead the healthiest lives possible with education, prevention, and early treatment of dental disease.


We’re on a mission to help you understand how your mouth’s health impacts the rest of your body.

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We’re dental professionals who want to help you understand the importance of the oral–systemic connection.

What our client says

Some of the kindest, most caring folks I’ve ever experienced — they do their very best to educate, inform, and ensure that they give you all of the information you need to make good choices. – Joshua Bruner
I can’t think of another organization I deal with that has come even close to yours in providing an exceptional medical result. -Dan F. Sutton, Jr.
I have neglected my teeth because of a fear of dentists, which resulted in heart issues. Now that I have found a dentist that I trust, I will care for my teeth … is caring for my heart.
I love his total wellness approach and emphasis on the importance of good dental health to your overall health.

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