Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Gingivitis Information Helps Sharlene - Video

Being skeptical is normal.  I am certainly glad that Sharlene took the time to share her success with this information.  

I would love to have more people read my book(s).  I know people will benefit.   This is such a widespread problem and very few people know they actually have it.   

There even appear to be people that have lost teeth and have had implants or dentures installed and still don't know that they lost their teeth due to gum disease.    How sad is that?   Very sad if you ask me.  

Dental pros tell us that it is about 75% of people.  Why doesn't that alarm people?   Does anyone stop to think the odds are NOT in their favor?     What are the chances you don't have this problem?   

This is the problem in a nutshell: People are not told and they don't know.    There are specific questions you should ask your hygienist or dentist.   

1. Can you take and tell me the periodontal pocket depths readings around every tooth?  
-generally speaking 3mm and below are considered healthy. Above that max is generally considered unhealthy.  You doc will tell you for sure.

2.  Do I have some gum disease?   Simple and direct.  That should get them to speak up if they have been ignoring it.     Gingivitis is really just another stage of the same disease process.  Basically, gingivitis is the beginning.  

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