By Robert Kulacz, DDS & Thomas E. Levy, M.D., J.D.
Foreword by James Earl Jones
The Roots of Disease: Connecting Dentistry and Medicine represent the collaborative effort of a dental surgeon. Dr. Robert Kulacz, and a cardiologist, Dr. Thomas Levy. For almost a decade now these two health care professionals have had the opportunity to directly observe the enormous negative impact that infective dental toxicity has had on the health of many patients. Drs. Kulacz and Levy have also found that the removal of, and complete healing of, sites of infective dental toxicity can often result in seemingly near-miraculous improvement in many of the patients so treated. At the very least substantial improvements in the clinical conditions and abnormal laboratory profiles of many patients have been observed very frequently by the authors.
Hopefully, this book will both educate and enrage its readers. The appendices in this book further attempt to demonstrate to the reader that a very large amount of hard scientific data already exists to support all of the assertions made. Dentistry and medicine must always be practiced in conjunction with each other, although presently such collaboration is rarely found. Dentists and physicians need to become working colleagues on a regular basis. Until this happened, many more patients will suffer from the historical isolation and separation of these two noble professions.