Clinical Epigenetics: Improve or Resolve Perplexing and Resistant Symptoms

The author shares two case reports involving a new treatment paradigm for patients. Epigenetics has become a defined and far-reaching field of study. Following Dr. G. Dave Singh’s ground-breaking Epigenetic Orthodontics for Adults in 2009, the author has turned some key epigenetic research into clinical practice. This article introduces clinical epigenetics as a novel solution to treat Impaired Mouth Syndrome: a wide-ranging set of medical, dental and mood symptoms arising from deficient jaws and airways. Two cases illustrate the limitations of conventional care and surprising breakthroughs from clinical epigenetics.

Whole Health Integration vs. Symptom Patchwork

The case of Brenda spotlights how Clinical Epigenetics can substantially improve many oral-systemic symptoms: jaw clenching, sciatic pain, poor sleep hot flash, and even outliers such as lifelong nausea and gastroparesis.

Figure 1 shows the same patient 10 months after starting Clinical Epigenetics.

The “secret sauce” in this and every case: A more fully developed maxilla is foundational to dental-systemic health and a more attractive face, regardless of age. This epigenetic regrowth is possible in adults, no matter the age. It is free of pain, medications, surgery or traditional orthodontic mechanics.

The author shares two case reports involving a new treatment paradigm for patients. Epigenetics has become a defined and far-reaching field of study. Following Dr. G. Dave Singh’s ground-breaking Epigenetic Orthodontics for Adults in 2009, the author has turned some key epigenetic research into clinical practice. This article introduces clinical epigenetics as a novel solution to treat Impaired Mouth Syndrome: a wide-ranging set of medical, dental and mood symptoms arising from deficient jaws and airways. Two cases illustrate the limitations of conventional care and . . .

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