Friday, April 15, 2016

Reversing Gum Disease Naturally?

First, before I get started on this topic, it is important to say something: You should always be under the care of a dental professional when dealing with gum disease.  Perhaps a periodontist is the best choice.   They are dentists who specialize in this problem.

The reason this disease is serious is because it is the number one cause of tooth loss.  Nothing else comes close.   Most of the time when people have lost teeth, more often than not, it is due to gum disease.

Gum disease is a problem that can exist at any age.  It is very common for people to think that receding gums is a natural part of aging, but that is just not so.   Gum disease and brushing too hard are the most common causes of receding gums.

Deep cleanings (SRP or Scaling and Root Planing Treatments) and laser surgery are often prescribed for unhealthy gums.   But is there a better way?   It might be worth taking a look at the HydroFloss oral irrigator for a gentler, more natural and less expensive approach.

Again, you should be under the care of a dental professional who can monitor and mark your progress or lack thereof.    The key indicator to watch is something called periodontal pocket depths.
When these improve to 3mm or less, generally speaking, most dentists would say your gums are healthy at that point.

Is this even possible?   Yes, it is.  I myself, and many others have been able to improve our gum health via the HydroFloss to the point where our dentists agreed.  In my case, I was able to avoid the deep cleaning treatment mentioned above.  My dentist told me I didn't need it any longer after I had been using the HydroFloss.

Will this be the case for you?   I don't know.  I think the chances are pretty good, provided you use the machine correctly.   How to do so is something that I share with my customers (those of this website:  When the hydrofloss is used properly, the chance of reducing those pockets, which would then be verified by your own dentist, is pretty good - in my estimation.  Others may or may not agree of course.

Science has shown that the hydrofloss, due to it's special use of magnetic properties, has been able to reduce plaque and tartar buildup compared to irrigators that did not use these magnetic properties. This is the difference the HydroFloss offers.

This information has been published in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology in both May of 1993 and April of 1998.   One can simply look up those journal articles to see for oneself that the results were deemed statistically significant in both studies.

So, there are both scientific and anecdotal cases for the HydroFloss.  The objective measure of success, as mentioned previously, is those periodontal pocket depths.   You'll be able to verify through your own dentist if the hydrofloss is working for you or not.

So, there you have it.  I don't think you are going to find a better solution.  I tried a number of things previous to finding the HydroFloss and nothing else worked.   Various mouthwashes, essential oils and even oil pulling were not enough to shrink those pockets.  It wasn't until I started using the HydroFloss that I was able to shrink them down to 'healthy' levels and avoid the scaling and root planing or 'deep cleaning' treatment.

Using water and magnetics are a natural approach that appears to have worked for not only myself but many others.  The clinical science as depicted in the journal mentioned above on two separate occasions is there as well.  So what are you waiting for?

Next:  Read About The HydroFloss Irrigator

Let your dentist tell you if it worked for you or not!  Nothing to lose, but definitely something to gain. On the chance it doesn't work for you, your dentist will be waiting with methods they can utilize to step in.  But why not try a more natural, cost effective and less painful approach first?

If you have questions, reach out.


David For

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