Sunday, June 21, 2015

Can You Reverse Gum Disease Naturally?

There May Be Problems With Costly Gum Disease Treatments

If you look around and read some research (dental literature) you may discover that it 'slips' out here and there that Scaling and Root Planing, a.k.a 'deep cleaning'  or 'SRP' treatments may contribute to gum recession. 

If you talk to people that have had this kind of treatment, you likely know some because this is very commonly done, they might subjectively tell you something similar.   One of my relatives said something of that sort.  

Gum disease treatments can also be quite costly.   Therefore, it seems reasonable to assume that a lot of people would like to have some sort of natural alternative. 

Many People Have Gum Disease

Gum disease is extremely prevalent.  The problem is that most people that have it are relatively clueless and will remain so until they are told that it is time for an expensive treatment.  

The patient is often left with the feeling or thought: "Why wasn't I told anything about this before"? It's not the best feeling in the world to have.  

Why does this scenario play out all over the country?  Well, I could give you my opinion but I it might be best if each person thinks about it a little on their own.  

Good News

Here is the good news.  There are about 2% of the population that will never experience any gum disease.  On the other end of the spectrum there are 2% that just can't seem to stop it.  
The rest of us are in the other 96%.  

What does it mean to be in the 96%?  It means that each of us has to work to varying degrees to stop the progression of gum disease.   Some people will have to work harder than others.  

Brushing and Flossing

Please don't fall into the trap of thinking that everything is your fault.   That might be true for some people.  But it's not true for everyone. 

Let me explain.   We know that dental professionals generally agree that 75% of people have some gum disease right now.    That's 3 out of every 4 people. 

Brushing and flossing are very important, but clearly they are not enough for most people.   

The conclusion is that more is needed.   What is that more?   I think I may have the answer. 

I've been selling this machine for years now.  It's the best thing I can find.  What I mean by that is that it seems to work, when used properly, for the most people to obtain healthy gums again.  

Nothing (or very, very few things) works 100% of the time for 100% of the people.  That seems to be true in health care no matter what you are talking about.   However, if you can find something that works for the majority of people, then you are ahead of the game. 

This machine, when used properly works for a lot of people.    Since it doesn't involve dramatic treatments, drugs or surgeries, I call it natural.   

How Do You Know Your Gums Are Better Anyway?  

Wouldn't it be great to have some sort of objective way to know if your gum disease is under control and no longer destroying the tissues in your mouth?   

Well, it turns out there is a way.  There is an objective measurement called 'periodontal pocket depths'.   Knowing these numbers and what they mean is important to you.  

Here is how it works:  Generally speaking, when your periodontal pocket depths are 3mm or less, most dental professionals would say your gums are healthy at that point.   Anything above 3mm and the opposite tends to hold true.  

Why is this?  Because when the pockets are kept that shallow, there is not enough area for harmful bacteria to build up to the extend that they are destroying tissue.   Therefore, keeping your pockets to 3mm or less is going to help prevent gum recession and tooth loss.  

The Machine

There is a specific way to utilize the machine I just mentioned.  This way seems to provide the greatest results for the most people.  This is something I share with my customers.   If someone purchases their hydrofloss machine from I will be glad to talk to them further and share what I know as well as provide additional information and answer questions that can help one to further understand this problem of gum disease and what can be done about. 


Then, follow the plan for about 30 days and go back to your very own dentist's office and have them measure your pocket depths.  Compare your new numbers to the old ones.  If it is working for you, you will find that those pockets have shrunk.   

This way you can get confirmation from your very own doctor and you don't have to play the mental game of asking yourself:  "Is it better or not"?  

When or if you get them all down to 3mm or less, continue following the plan.   It's worth a few minutes of your time daily to keep your gums healthy and prevent the ravages of this pesky disease from coming back. 

I hope this information was useful to you.  Feel free to leave a comment below.  If you would like to talk further, I'm at 888-586-6849.  


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