Pathogen Burden – Frisco, TX
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Do you have chronic inflammation? If yes, then bacteria are the likely cause. With gum disease and other oral infections, more than just your oral health is at stake. These infections can potentially spread to impact other parts of your body, such as your heart and brain, and have damaging, potentially life-threatening effects. You can know the levels that these pathogens are present in your system through a simple oral DNA test. Then we can determine if you need stem cell therapy to fight inflammation and heal naturally. We offer testing for pathogen burden in our Frisco, TX dental office.
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What is the Pathogen Burden?
Pathogen burden is a term that refers to the amount of disease-causing microorganisms in your body, specifically in your mouth. By knowing the microbiome present in your oral cavity, we can help you overcome your chronic inflammatory diseases. In other words, pathogen burden is an important piece of information to know so that we can find the right treatment for you.
How do you know if you need stem cell therapy?
Luckily, you don’t have to make your treatment decision on your own. Our knowledgeable, helpful team can provide this oral DNA test to identify inflammatory blood markers that indicate which diseases are to blame. For example, if you find that you have periodontitis, an advanced form of gum disease, you can seek the proper method of addressing the cause, including stem cell therapy.
If you feel that your health has deteriorated, you may want to have this oral DNA test to see what your pathogen burden is. You may find that you need stem cell therapy to reclaim an optimized cellular environment in your mouth and body, allowing you to heal like you did in your younger years. In addition to fighting inflammation on their own, these stem cells stimulate your natural cells to join in the effort and regenerate as well.
At Stonebriar Smile Design, we’re happy to answer any of your questions or concerns. If you want to learn more about stem cell therapy, contact our Frisco dental office for an appointment today! We look forward to the opportunity to tell you about this exciting, advanced treatment.