Category: Health

global village ministries – dr robin steely dds

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Jul2018
It is always an honor to serve those that are in need. Once again this year, we had the privilege of being a part of Global Villages Ministries and one of their three Medical / Dental trips to Kenya, Africa. We have come to discover that the Maasai ... Read More
July 19, 2018sddsadmin
MAD course

02

May2018
Have you ever thought that there might be a better way to restore your mouth than to place a bunch of crowns? When you think about it, if a tooth has all of its enamel on it, does it make sense to remove all of that good, God given ... Read More
May 2, 2018sddsadmin
Stethoscope and a silhouette of the heart and ECG

03

Nov2016
In what is possibly the largest study of its kind, researchers have found a significant connection between periodontal disease and first-time heart attack. Results were published in the journal Circulation. In this large, case-control study, 805 patients who had recently had their first heart attack were compared ... Read More
November 3, 2016sddsadmin
whipple_rectangle

03

Aug2016
A prominent oral pathogen has been detected in cancerous pancreatic tissue, according to a recent study in the journal Oncotarget. Researchers found that Fusobacterium nucleatum was found in pancreatic cancer tissue and that the tumor Fusobacterium species was significantly associated with a worse prognosis for pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic cancer is one of ... Read More
August 3, 2016sddsadmin
Examining mouth

14

Jun2016
We believe that dentistry should be holistically inclined, biologically based, and not have an impact on the general health of each patient. Silver amalgam fillings are composed of at least 55% mercury – about the same amount that is in a thermometer. As you know, if a thermometer breaks in ... Read More
June 14, 2016sddsadmin
steely 1

11

Feb2016
At 6 am, the city began to stir. Dogs barked, roosters crowed, diesel truck belched, and the sun began to peak over the mountains in the east. The air was thick with a mix of fog and smoke that would soon burn off as the sun rose ... Read More
February 11, 2016sddsadmin
steely-students-gum-disease

16

Sep2015
When you think of someone with hypertension (more commonly known as high blood pressure), you probably don’t picture a twenty-year old. Indeed, most studies exploring the relationship between periodontal disease and hypertension have researched middle-aged or older populations. However, new research from Japan shows that this relationship exists regardless of age. ... Read More
September 16, 2015DrSteely
Caribbean paradise beach coconuts cocktail

11

Aug2015
Whether your planning a relaxing or adventurous vacation your well-being is important while on holidays, but it’s easy to overlook some of your daily routines when you’re busy or distracted. Your oral care never gets time off, and although a dental emergency can occur unexpectedly, a little preplanning can give you ... Read More
August 11, 2015DrSteely
steely-kids-with-IBD-have-more-oral-health-problems

15

Jul2015
Children with inflammatory bowel disease tend to have more caries, increased inflammation, and a greater need of periodontal treatment, according to a recent study in the journal Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. The study population consisted of 110 children, half of which were on remission from an outpatient inflammatory bowel disease clinic. All ... Read More
July 15, 2015DrSteely
steely-missing-teeth-a-predictor-of-cvd-diabetes-death

07

Jul2015
A large cohort study out of Finland has given us another reason to keep our smiles whole and healthy: Missing teeth are associated with a whole host of health problems. In this study, whose findings were published in the Journal of Dental Research, researchers found that having five or more missing ... Read More
July 7, 2015DrSteely
steely-from-disease-to-wellness-taking-control

10

Jun2015
My team and I have been privileged to spend a few days with some of the leading experts in the relationship between your dental health and your overall health. These are pioneers in their respective fields and have spent their entire careers focused on wellness and how to best help ... Read More
June 10, 2015DrSteely
molecular biology

27

May2015
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have found promising results when it comes to periodontal therapy and men with abnormal prostate symptoms. Their findings were published in the journal Dentistry. In the study, 27 men who went through prostate biopsy because of an abnormal exam or elevated prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels ... Read More
May 27, 2015DrSteely