Dr John Kempton is a graduate of Loma Linda University School of Dentistry with forty years practicing comprehensive restorative dentistry, Dr. John has also completed post-graduate continuums in reconstructive dentistry, Dawson Academy’s Dental Institute for Systemic Health, and the medical Bale-Doneen preceptorship for cardiovascular health. He has been published in peer-reviewed journals and is a past or present member of ADA, MDA, Peer
Review Chair, AAOSH, FACD, and Directory of Dental Speakers.
Traci Warner is a graduate of Ferris State University School of Dental Hygiene in 1989, Traci has nearly 30 years of clinical practice and many years of practice administration under the belt. A professorship at Baker College in Cadillac, MI has connected her to inspirational coaching, and completing the Dawson Institute for Systemic Health’s curriculum has connected her to a passionate delivery of the science and evidence driving this movement. Traci has had opportunity to study under Brad Bale MD and be familiar with the Bale/Doneen Method to establish cardiovascular health. She is an enthusiastic fellow member of the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health
Launch-Oral Systemic Health
Oral systemic education- The process of identifying high-risk pathogens and high-risk patients all while understanding the inflammatory and genetic links connecting them to chronic disease. A new standard for dental education based on current and relevant evidence. Medical histories will take on new meaning, therapy targeted to both local biomes and systemic micro-biomes, antibiotic stewardship principles may surprise you, and the business model will grow the practice.
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