Alzheimer’s is one of the most significant global health threats we face today.
According to studies published by the National Institute of Health, Currently, 5.4 million Americans and 30 million worldwide are diagnosed with AD.2 Of the 318 million people currently living in the United States, 45 million will develop AD. Currently, 40% to 50% of individuals aged 85 years or older suffer from AD. A woman’s chance of developing AD is now greater than her chance of developing breast cancer.3
The biochemistry of Alzheimer’s disease can start up to 20 years before receiving a diagnosis. That means what you do today can directly affect your risk for life-altering diseases like Alzheimer’s and other forms of cognitive decline.
If we only address 1 risk factor at a time, there will be minimal benefit, but by comprehensively addressing and treating all known risk factors for AD, clinical experience and research shows that signs and symptoms of mild cognitive impairment and early AD can often be reversed.
As a Complete Health practice, Dr. Lantzy specializes in identifying oral health factors related to your body’s overall health and optimizing brain health with a specialized focus on oral-systemic health. He is trained and certified in the program for the prevention and reversal of cognitive decline, also known as PreCODE/ReCODE 2.0.
Derived from the principles of the Bredesen Protocol, the PreCODE/ReCODE Program is designed for individuals who would like more resources to combat cognitive decline or the onset of cognitive decline.
By focusing on your oral health, we can help you:
- Understand the connection between oral bacteria and dementia-related inflammation
- Reduce mercury toxicity
- Slow cognitive decline by improving your airway
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