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Books and DP Archives on Dentistry

1. Beyond Amalgam, Susan Stockton who has an informative website.
2. Root Canal Cover-up, George Meinig, DDS, a founder of American Association of Endodontists (read: root canal dentists). This books summarizes and adds to...
3. Dental Infections Oral and Systemic, and Dental Infections and the Degenerative Diseases, Weston A. Price, first research director of American Dental Association (name change in late 19th century), 1,174 pages, 25 years of root canal research.
4. Solving the MS Mystery: Help, Hope and Recovery, Hal A. Huggins, DDS. This book entails more information about jawbone cavitations/osteonecrosis than any other book of his and not his except Stockton's Beyond Amalgam. Also, it contains more dentistry problem issues than any other dentistry book except the next one.
5. The Roots of Disease, Robert Kulacz, DDS, and Tom Levy, MD. Forward is by renown, respected actor and voice actor James Earl Jones who was the voice of Simba's father in the animated movie The Lion King and was the voice of Darth Vader in Star Wars movies.

When you visit the DP page I placed in my previous message to you, locate the dental section. In it are four or so videos, one of which has many segments because it wasn't available in whole. Each video is invaluable.

If you have questions, please refer to DP archives where I talk about dentistry's effects. I wrote a sturdy amount on this subject. Additionally, know you're welcomed to ask me your questions. :)

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