OsteoPhase And Improved Tooth Mobility, Jaw Bone


In January we reported on how osteoporosis affects over 2 million men, often without their knowledge. Recently we received a set of DEXA scans from a client, a man in his sixties, who reported an 8 percent increase in bone density of his lower spine from using OsteoPhase. What really caught our attention were copies of two letters he included from his dental hygienist who was impressed by signs of improved bone health in his jaw.

Previously, the client had suffered severe bone loss, infection and tooth mobility throughout his mouth, leading to a loss of teeth and requiring upper dentures. His most recent exam after using OsteoPhase revealed that his remaining teeth are no longer loose and showed significant improvement in the soft tissues and bone of his lower jaw.

John Steinke, L.Ac.
Director of Product Development

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