The Biggest At-Home Dental Mistakes (with Dr. Gerry Curatola, Dr. Al Danenberg, Dr. Tia Trivisonno, & Kelly Kennedy)

A huge THANK YOU to the more than 700 people who joined me LIVE for an amazing dental health Q&A session with Dr. Gerry Curatola, Dr. Al Danenberg, Dr. Tia Trivosonno, and Kelly Kennedy (my dental doula)! For those who couldn’t make it live  – or did, but want to watch again! – I’m excited to share the recording with you today.

You might be wondering: “What does my dental health have to do with SIBO (Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth), IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), or gut health?” 

The surprise answer is… a lot! Your mouth is home to your oral microbiome – the first part of your gut microbiome. The health of your oral microbiome –  which is impacted by everything from your toothpaste to what type of dental work you’ve had done – directly impacts the health of your gut! 

But before you start watching – I don’t want you to miss learning more about your dental and oral health the Dental-Health Connection Summit I created gives you unlimited access to ALL the Expert Interviews + Masterclasses 

>>>> Start watching the Dental-Health Connection


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1 thought on “The Biggest At-Home Dental Mistakes (with Dr. Gerry Curatola, Dr. Al Danenberg, Dr. Tia Trivisonno, & Kelly Kennedy)”

  1. Hi Shivan,
    I bought the Dental Health Connection Summit. While interviewing Nadine Artemis you mentioned treating your receding gums with Baking Soda and Hydrogen Peroxide. Please, please, please share your procedure for doing this. Thank you….I am sooo grateful you put this out there……very valuable information that needs to be easily accessible for all who are seeking the TRUTH! Lots of gratitude. Deb

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Shivan Sarna

To feel better for longer from bloating, gas, constipation, you need to be empowered with knowledge and inspired to take action. I connect you with the experts, distill the information in an organized and actionable way. This is the information I wish I had when I first learned about SIBO.

kick your digestive discomfort to the curb for good.