Tuesday, January 29, 2013

The Hydro Floss

Get a New Hydro Floss

Dental health is rather precious.  You are probably already aware of the costs involved just with getting a simple cavity repaired.

You may have experienced other costs for crowns, root canals, bonding, implants, dentures and gum surgeries, among others.  When you stop to consider how much  you can pay over a lifetime for dental costs, the numbers are quite staggering.

That is true even if you have good insurance.  Because in the dental world the co-pays can be quite high.  In many cases, insurance won't pay because they either 1. consider it your fault or 2. consider it a cosmetic issue.

The sad part about this is that a staggering number of people know they need dental work done, but they also know they can't afford it.  Therefore, they let it go.   The dental community has an obligation, in my opinion, to reach out to those people.

The costs of dental care are high and do tend to support higher than average lifestyles.  That is why I think that obligation exists.  Of course, few people are going to pay me any heed.  I know that.  :)

Therefore, Prevention becomes even more important to all of the people, regardless of socio-economics.

Prevention Is The Key

Everyone knows about brushing and flossing.   But, if they were really all you needed to do, would people have so many dental health problems?

No prevention method is a 100%, but I do think it is reasonable to consider that people need more than brushing and flossing if they want to prevent more problems and avoid more costly treatments.

No one wants the pain of some treatments anyway.  Even when the anesthetics wear off, there will be pain.

What can you do besides brushing and flossing, plus your regular dental office cleanings,  to improve your odds of avoiding costly treatments and perhaps even saving teeth?    The answer, I believe is with the Hydro Floss.  

It's helped a lot of people and there is a good chance that it can help you.   Again,  no method is 100%, but if you add the Hydro Floss to your regular brushing and flossing routines, how much more might the odds be in your favor?

Read more about the Hydro Floss 


Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease 

* I spoke in general terms only here.  Specific questions about your unique dental health situation should be directed to your periodontist or dentist.

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