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Natural Chi Dental Program

An unprecedented approach to maintaining healthy teeth and gums

Your teeth are more than accessories that either accentuate or detract from how you look. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are meridians leading from each of our 32 adult teeth to specific organs in the body. When our teeth suffer, we suffer.

And we do suffer from problems with our teeth and gums. Here are a few examples of how prevalent dental issues are and how they can affect our overall health:

  • According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), dental caries (tooth decay) is the most prevalent chronic disease in both children and adults. The NIH reports that 92 percent of U.S. adults aged 20 to 64 have had tooth decay in their permanent teeth; 26 percent have untreated decay; and 5 percent have no teeth.
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that periodontal disease (gum disease) affects almost half of U.S. adults aged 30 and older and 70 percent of seniors aged 65 and older.
  • According to the American Academy of Periodontology, people with gum disease are almost twice as likely to have heart disease. Gum disease can worsen existing heart conditions. Advanced gum disease can increase your risk of a fatal heart attack by up to ten times.
  • Studies have also established an association between gum disease and stroke. One group of researchers found that there was a 400-percent increase in stroke risk among people with periodontitis.
  • Both bacterial endocarditis (an infection of the heart lining and valves) and COPD (chronic lung disease) are associated with dental plaque.
  • Among people with gum disease, there is a 700 percent higher incidence of type-2 diabetes.
  • Research shows that root canals are associated with degenerative diseases including cancer, heart disease, arthritis, and neurological disease.

When we have issues with our teeth or gums, we go to see a dentist. The solution can include cleaning the teeth; drilling out decay and filling cavities; doing root canals; installing crowns, bridges, or braces; and sometimes administering antibiotics. When nothing else can be done, problem teeth have to be pulled.

This is a dismal state of affairs, and it’s important to remember that dental issues are a modern problem. Healthy, vital, strong teeth used to be the norm. They still are among some native tribes. In the early years of the twentieth century, Dr. Weston A. Price traveled the world researching oral health and disease. He found that indigenous people who followed their traditional diets had almost no tooth decay and maintained strong, healthy teeth throughout their lives.

So what can you do to maintain healthy, vital, strong teeth?

Dr. Tienko Ting believes that dental health requires that we keep the blood flowing smoothly and freely throughout the entire area of the gums in order to reduce dental problems and keep our teeth healthy and strong. Unless the issue is decay in a tooth, dental problems are often problems of the gums and not the teeth themselves. The gums are made of muscle tissue and blood vessels, which supply oxygen and nutrition to the teeth. It is easy for infection to start in the gums because of a lack of blood flow.

In the Natural Chi Dental Program, Tienko will use remote chi healing to restore and support strong blood flow through your gum area in order to heal dental problems and maintain healthy teeth. The benefits of this program include the following:

  • An increase in blood flow through your gums
  • Enhancing the health of your teeth
  • A reduction in or even an elimination of infection (abscess or gingivitis) in your gums
  • A reduction of pain in your teeth and gums
  • Helping to stop tooth decay from developing further
  • Reversing the damage from root canals and support in maintaining the health of the surrounding gum and bone
  • Prevention of future infections

Once a cavity develops, it tends to keep growing. Enhanced blood flow to the gums can inhibit the bacteria that make the decay worse. Essentially an increase in blood flow can stop tooth decay from developing further. You will still need to have a dentist remove the existing decay and fill the cavity in the tooth.

Practicing good oral hygiene is an indication that you care about your dental health. Waiting until you go to the dentist in order to deal with problems is not the best way to take care of your teeth. When you only react to problems after they develop, sometimes you will simply be too late.

The Natural Chi Dental Program is an additional resource for you if you care about your dental health and already practice good hygiene. It is also a resource if you already have dental issues and hope to avoid extreme remedies such as root canals and having teeth pulled. If you participate in the program, Tienko will work on you remotely every day using chi to increase blood flow to the gums surrounding your teeth.

Depending on the extent of your dental issues, it could take weeks or even a few months for Tienko to be successful in restoring blood flow to your gums. Because of this, we have structured the cost of the Natural Chi Dental Program to make it affordable over time.

This is an ongoing program and you will automatically be continued in following consecutive two week sessions. We will send you a PayPal invoice for each new session which will be due upon receipt. Or if you prefer, you may provide us with your credit card information and we will confidentially keep on file for recurring payments.

If at any time you decide to stop the program, simply email us and let us know. We will stop your sessions at the end of the current session you are in at the time we receive your request.

If you have any questions about participating in the program, please email us at

Program Cost

  • $300 for the first 2 weeks
  • $200 for the second (consecutive) 2 weeks
  • $100 for each additional (consecutive) 2 weeks
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