Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Reversing Gum Disease With The HydroFloss

First, before we go any further,  let me be clear: You should be under the care of a good periodontist if you have or think you might have gum disease.

I just bring that up to keep it safe for you.  A professional needs to keep an eye on things for you.

If you have loose teeth (as an adult) then you need to drop what you are doing and make an appointment with a periodontist right now.  Hopefully, they will be able to save your tooth or loose teeth.  

Again, if you already have one or more loose teeth, run, don't walk to your periodontist's office.

As an additional side note to that, let me say that it would be a good idea to get more than one opinion before getting any work done.  Particularly if there is talk about pulling the tooth and doing an implant.

Periodontists have been taught how to save loose teeth.  However, it is 'easier' to just pull it and do an implant.  The fact that it might be more lucrative too is another possible consideration.   But make no mistake:  Periodontists have the training to save teeth.  You may have to dig for one who will do that instead of pulling and replacing.

So, those are my words to the wise....   I hope you heard them...

Next.  Reversing gum disease is a bit of a misnomer on the one hand.   It would probably be more accurate to say 'arresting the progress' or something like that.   But no matter how anyone looks at it,  just be sure to be under the care of a good periodontist.

Is this post all about sending you to a doctor?   No.  But I just want to make it clear that you should not take chances with this problem.  If you love your teeth, just have a qualified periodontist keeping an eye on things for you while you attempt to try other things.

The periodontist will be there to make sure things don't go (further) out of control.

What I personally think works the best for the gum disease enigma.  

Having said all of the above.  I personally believe the HydroFloss is your best chance for reducing periodontal pocket depths which may equate to 'reversing gum disease'.   

When you reduce the pocket depths to 3mm or less, generally speaking, most dental health professionals would say that your gums are healthy at that point.   

What can have that effect.  The one thing that I have seen work, not just for myself, but also for others is the HydroFloss. 

There are many things you can try, as I did.  You can try various mouthwashes / oral rinses,  essential oils,  oil pulling, nutrition, etc.   But what actually worked for me, unlike the other things I just mentioned, was the HydroFloss. 

It works and it works rather well for a wide variety of people.  I know this because after my personal experience with the HydroFloss I decided to sell them.   I have had the good fortune to speak to a great many of people over the last several years,  I've heard similar stories to mine, from them.  It's really quite amazing.  

Then, on top of all that subjective or anecdotal evidence, you have two peer reviewed and published studies.  (Journal of Clinical Periodontology - May of 1993 and April of 1998)  These studies show the statistically significant changes that people experienced.   

So, I think there is enough evidence between these experiential and scientific touch points that you may consider trying it.   

Anyway, it's worth it to spend $98 on a machine that can potentially save you thousands.  Of course, you'll want your own dentist / periodontist to measure and verify your results via those periodontal pocket depths.   

Again, when they shrink to 3mm or less, generally speaking, most dental professionals would say your gums are healthy and you are clear of the continuing damage of gum disease.  - so long as you can maintain those pocket depths.  

So, there you have it, this is, in my opinion, is probably your best shot at knocking out this problem and keeping it knocked out.  

You can read more about the HydroFloss here: 


David for ToothyGrinsStore

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