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- I remember actually for my my dental interview Waterpik to talk about the impacted wisdom .
- Teeth and you know how that’s you know is that Ananias that we’re evolving you know away from you .
- Know always saying that yeah we eventually lose always in teeth but that was never covered in.
- My training at all we never talked about your development or you know what ancestrally we’ve seen in terms of our dental health .
But wisdom teeth compaction you know .
- Out of our jaws because you know that they don’t grow properly and and no one’s question that there’s no there’s no attempt to.
- say why we Cincinnati infections are so common today yeah I mean it’s the ancestral evolutionary perspective is lacking and across-the-board.
- Medicine but it does seem to me that in dentistry is one of the areas where it is most needed and and most in action and also.
- Most lacking like there’s there’s virtually no discussion of it I think in conventional dentistry whereas in conventional.
Medicine the there is some discussion.
- of evolutionary medicine there’s even that term evolutionary medicine and and know that I’m seeing articles in the .
- New York Times about that seem on a and Bolivia and and you know question about why
Don’t they have heart disease you know.
- Why don’t they get Alzheimer’s so I see that a little bit with with health is there any discussion of .
- Dentistry at this point in the conventional world in the good in the conventional world it is still quite.
- Disconnected but you know it in the early in the early th century you know a lot of the literature was based.
- Around you know for instance the orthodontic industry the early textbooks henry angle and they .
- Talked about intracranial growth and they looked I made spoke to two anthropologists and.
- Sir Robert mark Cheney is one of the most prominent dental anthropologists and so he’s done