The Mouth Matters- The Impacts Of Oral Health On Cognitive Decline​

Charles Whitney, MD


  • High risk mouth bacteria that cause bleeding gums also cause Alzheimer’s and heart disease.
  • Sleep apnea is not just a lack of CPAP, it is an airway disease that is potentially curable.
  • Learn the most important questions to ask your dentist to support your brain.
  • Mercury contained in silver fillings is a contributor to Alzheimer’s disease. Find out if need to be removed!
  • Learn what you can start doing today to address this important root cause of Alzheimer’s disease.
Heather Sandison, N.D.

Welcome back to the Reverse Alzheimer’s Summit. I’m your host, Dr. Heather Sandison, and I’m so pleased to have my guest today, Dr. Chip Whitney here. He’s a family physician from Bucks County, Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia. After serving time in the U.S. Air Force and working for the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Whitney established his practice, Revolutionary Health Services in 2004. Preventative medicine has always been his passion. So when he discovered the ReCODE method developed by Dr. Dale Bredesen, he got certified and has implemented the full ReCODE and the PreCODE programs in his practice. 

For the past 10 years, he’s been a speaker and writer in dentistry about the effects of oral health on several systemic diseases, inspiring dental professionals to assume the role as complete healthcare professionals. Dr. Bredesen asks that he deliver the high quality, the wonderful lectures, is exactly why I’m having you here today, is because I saw your lectures on oral health and the ReCODE 2.0 training and I was so impressed and really thought it was important that you share with our summit attendees, just how important this often overlooked or under-recognized effect of oral health on cognitive decline. So, Dr. Whitney, thank you so much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to be here to educate our attendees on just this super, super important topic.

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