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About Dr. Scott Chandler
Dr. Scott Chandler attended dental school at the University of Kentucky and has actively practiced dentistry since 2001. Dr. Chandler practiced for ten years in Idaho before he moved to Utah and founded his dental practice. He found his calling in biological dentistry and is one of very few holistic dentists in the state. He believes strongly in treating the whole person, not just the mouth, and focuses care on optimum wellness for his patients. Dr. Scott Chandler is a family man. As the father of eleven children, there is never a dull moment in his house. He greatly enjoys riding motorcycles and hunting with his children. Dr. Chandler also generously donates his time to charitable endeavors like being a scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts and treating patients who might otherwise never have access to dental care at Community Health Connection. He also uses his skills to provide dental work to foreign missionaries through area churches.
Hey, Dr. Pompa here in Tulum, Mexico. I’m still working, but this is a good work because I’m here with Dr. Scott Chandler, who is speaking at the next Live it to Lead It Seminar, March 12th and the 13th. And this is an invite only seminar. We will provide the link here, everything that you need for the seminar will be right with this page. But I’ll tell you, this is going to be a great seminar because obviously of the climate, we have a lot of topics regarding COVID and this situation that we’re in. We even have a scientist discussing the MRNA vaccine. I’m discussing real immunity and a topic that’s near and dear to my heart, because I think that right now, there is a lot of confusion about what real immunity actually is. But I’m here with Dr. Scott Chandler and today’s topic is something that is about one of my favorite topics, getting to the cause.
When we look at the real reason why people are sick today, they have no energy, they have brain fog, they can’t sleep. They have weight loss resistance. One of the big reasons is an upstream causative factor that I call hidden infections. And cavitations and root canals is one of Dr. Scott’s expertise. Scott, I don’t know how many people and welcome by the way to this webinar… Yeah. Thank you. I don’t know how many people I’ve sent you in the last year, but a lot, and for good reason. And they fly in from all over the country because you are one of the experts in this area. And we’ll talk a little bit about what makes this cavitation a big deal, why it causes health problems, but also there’s an appropriate way to deal with the problem. And that’s one of the things you’re going to be discussing.
We’re also going to talk about, I know at the seminar, you’re going to talk about some of these amazing outcomes that we get. I see them on my end. People that couldn’t get their life back, people that tried everything. Those are the people that typically come to me and the doctors that I train. And yet, we deal with this thing called cavitation, these hidden infections, and low and behold, their life changes. Not oftentimes immediately, but sometimes immediately. And we both have seen those stories. Dr. Scott, talk a little bit about when I’m talking about cavitation and root canal, explain a little bit about what it is and why it leads to so many unexplainable illnesses and symptoms.
Sounds good. And we’ll try to keep it fairly simple for now and get more of a detailed conference clip. Cavitations for most people are where teeth have been extracted. Most of us that’s wisdom teeth. So almost everybody’s had to have their wisdom teeth out. That’s not something that we shouldn’t have done, we just have to. There’s not room for them in the jaws, but if they’re not extracted properly, if all the ligaments and the cyst isn’t cleaned out around the tooth, it just leaves a rotten spot inside the bone. If you think of inside of a rotten log, it’s just a soft mushy spot. It’s full of bacteria. A lot of times we’ll send them to the laboratory and see what we get out of them and what’s involved. And there’s usually more than 20 different strains of bacteria hiding in these things.
So you’re talking upstream infections. If your body’s battling 20, 25 different toxic bacteria coming out of your head and getting into the bloodstream. But one of the other critical issues with these cavitations is the wisdom teeth are on the heart meridian. And so if you look at the meridian system and the energy flows, you’ve got basically the heart shut down, so it doesn’t have the power to fight back against the infection growing in the jaw bone. And so we just see so many people, like you mentioned, that have tried just about everything on the planet and just don’t get well.
And as soon as we find these upstream, hidden infections in these cavitations, or root canals, we take them out and we literally have people while we’re doing the therapy in the chair, feel a lightness, a lift. We hear almost every week, “I just felt the weight lift off my shoulders,” right in the middle of treatment. We see them back a week later for a follow-up, and half the time we don’t recognize these people because the lights back on their eyes, it’s life changing. They’re already feeling the difference a week out of surgery. So I think you got muted.
All right, yeah, I was muted. One of my past seminars, I had a gentleman give his testimony. I mean, I remember he texted me literally on the way out the door, he had 21 years of pain. He said, “Can my 21 years of pain be gone?” Because it was constant. And I said, “I don’t know. We’ll see.” Well, it’s never came back. That’s the power of removing these infections. I had another woman talk about what you said, just, she felt like she was just reconnected to her body again. She said it was like a spiritual experience.
And I made the comment in the beginning, it doesn’t always happen that way. Some people, it allows them to start to get better, but so often, people just immediately get their lives back. I mean, I’ve had women literally, get their cycle back that they hadn’t had in years within a week, within days of cavitation surgery. Obviously, there’s a lot of research on the side of cavitation with breast cancer and other cancers. Speak to that a little bit because that just shows you the power of how this disrupts the immune system and the cells.
Yeah. Some of the things we’ll talk about, some of them are recent discoveries is this CCL5 Rantes. It’s a chemokine, an inflammatory protein basically. And in the cavitation sites, it’s supposed to be about 150 in jaw bone. And in most of these cavitation sites, we measure it over 5,000. So you’re talking 150 to 5,000, that’s a lot of inflammation and wherever these chemokines land in the body, they set up massive inflammation. And I just on a Google scholar report, a friend showed me in a lecture, there’s about 40,000 papers have been written the last few years on this Rantes protein. And it’s linked to every auto-immune, every cancer, every you name it, there’s papers written and sometimes thousands of papers talking about these connections. And so it’s just kind of the seed that seems to feed these infections all over the body, and they just can be so toxic.
One of the things that I think I presented one of my lectures within the last year, I think it was 2018, the CDC put it out, 7 out of 10 inflammatory diseases start with oral microbes, literally, starts in the mouth, and I was even stunned by that admittance. And yet how few functional medicine doctors are actually concerned here. And one of the things that I teach my docs to do and that I do myself, is if there’s any history of wisdom teeth being removed, root canals, I say, get a cone beam. You’re going to discuss this, more at the seminar.
First of all, a cone beam is not a panoramic x-ray. A cone beam’s not an x-ray, it’s a 3D x-ray or more like a CAT scan. But it’s oftentimes even when the dentist refers out and gets a cone beam, they read them as a plain film. They don’t even have the right software, nor do they have the training to read them. Talk a little bit about that because you have special software, and obviously you have training on how to read these. So there’s a lot of pitfalls even around when you do the right way to test for these things.
Right. We get cone beams sent in from all over the country for us to read. And most of the time, the doctor that took the cone beam read it and told them we don’t see any cavitations, everything looks fine. But most of the cone beam software out there doesn’t read bone densities. And the way that we find these cavitations because they’re so soft, is we have to read bone density readings. And without that piece of the software to read that, you’re just guessing. If you kind of see a spot or not in so many of the time, even biological dentists don’t do the surgery because it’s so complicated to do these surgeries. It takes so many different pieces of technology with laser and ozone and micro-current and ultrasonic, and there’s just so many things, that a lot of them don’t do it. And so they’re not real keen on finding them.
And then at other times they just don’t have the software to read it. So once we see these clean scans supposedly that almost always have cavitations, then we’re able to really get to the root of the problem and you get these people help. And you’re talking about this cancer connection. The Paracelsus Clinic over in Switzerland, they went back 20 years and looked at all their breast cancers over 20 years and almost 99% of them, 98 point something, had a root canal on the tooth that’s associated to breast, and the meridians, on that same side as the initial tumor. I mean, that’s not an accident. And we just see, last time I was in Switzerland at the clinic over there that I’ve been getting trained at, they were saying that they see lots and lots, and we do here too, as well, late stage cancer patients.
People that have been sent home to die, or that the regular medicine just says, “That’s all we can do. We’ve done everything we can. Go enjoy your family.” And the statistics over there, and what we’ve seen here the last few years, is they’ve been over five years without having a single one of those late stage cancer patients actually die. And so just some pretty amazing numbers by getting these infections out of the head, all of the metal out, any metals, any infections, root canals, cavitations, and it’s life-changing.
Yeah, no doubt. It’s always been my belief that when you actually remove the cause, the body will actually heal. But, functional medicine, Scott, has really moved away from that. I mean, honestly it really has. It’s moved into fancy genetic testing, microbiome testing, a lot more testing and a lot of pill pushing, but yet very little with dealing with causative factors. Despite your genetics, despite your genes, despite a lot of things I’ve watched people get well, when you remove the cause. That’s another thing, because so many people today, I know the big focus is on the gut.
I’m going to talk a lot about the gut at my lecture, but I tell you, I’ve found that the people who can not heal the gut, it’s because there’s an upstream, hidden, causative factor, so often, right here. This oral microbiome affects this microbiome. And oftentimes I hear people say, “Well, you fix the gut first.” I mean, should I fix the gut first? Well, I haven’t ever been successful fixing the gut when someone has one of these infections, because these guys are communicating with these guys and you may temporarily fix it, but it won’t be a lasting result.
It doesn’t last very long.
Yeah. Yeah. So, this is important work that we’re doing. And by the way, at the seminar, we’re going to be talking about what we do ahead of it. We are going to be talking about what we do during treatment and we’re going to be talking about what we do after our protocols. So you’re going to get all that for good reason, because this is something that you can add, you can get hooked up with a dentist like Scott, that does the right procedure. Let’s talk a little bit about that because I think there’s a lot of pitfalls there. The testings one aspect, but also, the old method, Scott, used to be going and just scrape these things out, but 50% of them would come back. Now, there is a chance that 10% would come back even with the best efforts because these people are very sick. However, the new method with laser, explain a little bit about that and why it’s taken it to the next level.
Yeah. What we’re doing beyond what the Swiss clinic was doing, and they’re up to about 10% on the really big ones that do come back, and we’re seeing a lot lower percentage than that. And adding to the protocol, these lasers, these combination of lasers, but this cold laser that we do, we basically have a new setting that they designed for root canals. They designed to more thoroughly clean out the tooth for root canals. And we just adapted that to doing these cavitation surgeries. And it basically takes that laser energy in the saline, and it looks like boiling water and it shakes all that bacteria out of the nooks and crannies and out of the corners. And we just see stuff after we thought we got it cleaned out, and then we hit it with the laser and we just see stuff coming to the surface.
So we think more thoroughly cleaning these out and the laser really stimulates new healing. And so I think adding that, and then we do a really high dose ozone as well. Now for years, they’ve been trying to treat cavitations with ozone injections repeatedly, ozone injections, but not been super successful with that. But when we get right to the source surgically inside the job, and we ozone right inside after doing the laser and after doing the ultrasonic cleaning, then we just are hitting in on every possible aspect. Then what I do is I test it. I test and see, if we feel the power turn back on, and if we feel the meridian reconnect and occasionally it’s not. And we go back in and we find one more corner full of junk somewhere that I missed. And so that’s been really helpful to cut down the recurrence.
Well, I can tell you, I mean, you’ve been trained at the best clinic in the world. But I’ll tell you, we’ve learned a lot, I’ve learned a lot dealing with these. I’ve learned how to do it better on the front end, the back end, just because we deal with thousands of these cases now. And obviously because we’re passionate about it. When you look at the protocol, another really important piece is the PRF, just to not get into the details of it, but it’s kind of like PRP in the sense that it’s more of a fibrin and most people watching this understand plasma rich proteins. But the fibrin portion stays in there and really, again, ups the chances of it to heal once and for all. And that’s something that, again, a lot of people don’t do or do wrong.
Right. Our improvement over PRP, the old PRP, is about 20 times more effective with this advanced PRF. Dr. Choukroun in France that developed a lot of the PRF protocols, has really upped his game these last few years, and the things that we’ve learned from our spin speeds and our centrifuge and whatever, but the fiber and we get so many STEM cells in it and the fibrin makes such a good scaffolding that it just helps the bone grow the body. It looks around and says, “What am I supposed to be? Oh, there’s bone around me, let’s be bone.” Then it fills in bone. Or if it’s on top, it fills in tissue. But because of the way it really reduces the inflammation and things, it’s about a 70 to 80% less pain after surgery. The vast majority of our patients only take a few ibuprofen and Tylenol after a surgery like this.
And the PRF is a huge part of that. But one thing that we’ve noticed with our Pompa patients versus the others that come from other places, or that just happen upon us on their own, is when they’ve been on your protocols for a while, and they’ve been taking the supplements and they’ve done the detoxes, then we get the most amazing PRF clots. And so I think a big part of their healing is sometimes our clots are twice the size and twice as many white blood cells. We really just get some amazing PRF clots when the patients have been on the protocols. And so, we really like to see the Pompa patients come in because we know our blood work’s going to work.
Yeah. Yeah, no, listen, I mean, that’s what we’re teaching. Folks, when you come to the seminar, you’re going to learn my protocols, you’re going to see it from beginning to end. And obviously, this is the future. It’s so frustrating when we look at what’s going on right now in this environment. So few people are really dealing with the real, real problems of why a simple virus like this, that really should be a nothing, and yet is making even some younger people so sick. And yet, we hear a lot of talk, even about long haulers, but how many people were actually talking about the real problem? The people that have these types of infections. Oh, yeah. I mean, these people can get very sick because their immune system is so distracted. It’s very frustrating to me, honestly, in many ways. But, look, Scott, I so appreciate you and the training that you’re doing.
We’re both hoping that we get more doctors and dentists trained, and I’m hoping we get dentists showing up at this event. And really, we’re capping it at a hundred people. So it’s a very close invite due to the environment that we’re in right now. But we are also opening it up with an online thing. But listen, all the information folks is below. Join us. When you’re there in person, it’s going to be very intimate, very special. You’re going to be able to be with all of the speakers and us and my platinum doctor group, who you’re going to learn how they’re implementing these protocols, and obviously way more that we’re discussing even here, into their office. And I know this, I know it’s the future of medicine, I really do. And Scott, we need more of you. And so thank you for speaking. Thank you for showing up and thank you for even being here today.
Yeah, thanks for having me. It’s going to be a great conference.
Yep, absolutely. And links below folks, with all the information. I will say this, the earlier you register, the better the deal, and there is an early bird special now. So check it out.
Alrighty. Thank you Doc.