Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Implantologist Gets A Hydro Floss For Personal Use

 Not Only For Implant Patients

 I spoke to an Implantologist today who was buying a HydroFloss for personal use.

She said that she has been familiar with the Hydro Floss for a long time.  They would put each new implant patient on a Hydro Floss. [The hydrofloss is not limited to use for implant patients]

She mentioned that she used to see the creator of the Hydro Floss at trade shows. 

The Hydro Floss has a relatively long history now - approximately 25 years.   Yet, it constantly amazes me how few are the number of people who have head about this amazing machine. 

The Implantologist told me that she used to explain it to her patients this way:  The electromagnetic charge causes plaque to 'let go'.   In short, it comes off easier.


Hydro Floss Journal Studies

The studies published in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology show that to be about a 50% reduction in plaque and tartar buildup between office visits when compared to irrigators that did not utilize its patented technology. 

Do you really need to know more than that?  Under the plaque and tartar is where all the 'bad' bacteria hide and rapidly create ever larger colonies.    In short, the Hydro Floss could  potentially help to make a big  difference in your dental health.  Translation:  Less Expensive Dental Bills.  

If using this machine can improve your dental health - as measured by your dentist or hygienist in the form of periodontal pocket depths - isn't it worth it?

What if you saved yourself from even one expensive implant?   Wouldn't it be more than worth it for a $100 machine?   I don't know about you, but it sure sounds good to me.

How To Find Out If It Will Work For You - With Your Dentist's Help

No two people are the same and no one can absolutely guarantee results.  But here is how you know if it is working for you:   Have your dentist  or hygienist measure your periodontal pocket depths  - they should be on every visit anyway.

Anything above 3mms, generally speaking, is considered to be bad.   Let's say, for example, that you have some 4s , a couple of 5s and one 6mm pockets.

Use the Hydro Floss twice-per-day (two reservoirs per use) for about a month or more.   Then go back to your dental office and have them measure those pocket depths again.   You might be surprised.  That's how you will know if it is going to work for you too.  

There is no guess work.  Your dentist will be able to show you, and you will know, through these objective measurements,  if you are getting results or not. 

Gum disease takes more teeth away from people than anything else.   Now you  know a 'secret' that might help you keep more of your teeth for a lifetime of good service. 

Read more about the Hydro Floss now.  



PS:  Get your free guides on fighting gum disease and stopping bad breath  

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