These days, microbiome is on the tip of everyone’s tongues – literally! Our mouth is home to the critical microbiome that marks the beginning of our digestive system and acts as precursors to its (more) famous partners in crime – the gut microbiome. However, the oral microbiome plays an important role in supporting full-body blood flow, healing, immunity, oral health, and more – all through a relationship with Nitric Oxide. A signaling molecule and natural vasodilator, Nitric Oxide can be made naturally in the body with appropriate nutrient support and biome-building dental health practices. By following a simple three-step protocol, you can support healthy oral microbiome levels and Nitric Oxide production in your patients, facilitating chronic symptom care, healing, and whole-body health.
Learning Objective #1: Understand the role of Nitric Oxide in the body and the systemic implications of adequate or inadequate Nitric Oxide levels
Learning Objective #2: Learn the downstream consequences and chronic symptoms of low Nitric Oxide in patients
Learning Objective #3: Understand the components of oral and dental hygiene routines and nutrient repletion plan that can support both a healthy oral microbiome and Nitric Oxide levels in the body