Showing posts with label gum disease book. Show all posts
Showing posts with label gum disease book. Show all posts

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Gum Disease Fighting Book

The Book:  What You Should Know About Gum Disease

Gum disease is an interesting problem.  It is extremely common.   It is so common that it is estimated that 3 out of every 4 people have some right now!  

Yet, does anyone ever talk about this problem?   Unless you meet a friend in the waiting office of a local periodontists office, it's pretty unlikely that the two of you would otherwise discuss it.  

It's certainly not a sexy topic or even one that most people would want to bring up.   The overall unwillingness to talk about it just adds to the problem.  Ignorance is not bliss after all.  Certainly not in this case.  

Who is going to voluntarily talk about it with their friends.  Unless you all happen to be dental professionals, it is an unlikely conversation topic.  


75% of people, that's what 3 out of 4 means.  That's a lot of people.   If there are 7 Billion people on the planet and the 75% figure holds true.  That means that 5 Billion and 250 Million people have some gum disease right now.  

No wonder dentists are so excited about their profession, right?  


Gum Disease Is A Problem

Gum disease is very worrisome.  It is the number one cause of tooth loss.  No other cause even comes close.   

When you lose a tooth, or a tooth reaches the point where 'they' want to pull it, it usually means an implant or at the very least, dentures.   It's not ok to leave a gap between your teeth because your teeth will likely shift around,  this can throw your bite off and lead to uneven wear on other teeth. 

So,  you should really not leave a gap there.   

Implants are expensive.  

TIP:  If you are being told that a tooth needs to be pulled: Go get a second opinion and maybe a third from a periodontist.  Ask them specifically if the tooth can be saved.   Periodontist have the skill set to save teeth.  The problem is sometimes finding one who will do that rather than taking the easy route:  Extraction and Implant(s).  

Wouldn't the best thing to do be to avoid gum disease and lost teeth in the first place?  


What You Should Know About Gum Disease 

A little knowledge can go a long way and it really helps to understand what you are dealing with.   It's really a gum disease fighting book.  You can see it here, click here.     

The book does advocate that you work with and be under the care of a good periodontist.   This doctor can measure your progress or lack thereof.   

The book is chocked full of information and things you can do to start fighting back.  After all, saving your teeth is more than worth the effort.   One implant can cost $2,000 or more.   Imaging facing multiple lost teeth!  

You can also sign up for the free guide:  How To Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps.  It's not as detailed as What You Should Know about Gum Disease, but it is a great start that focuses on just one helpful tool.  

Whether you use one of both of these books or not is irrelevant.  The important thing is that  you attack this problem immediately.   Work under the care and guidance of your own dentist.   Explore and see what works for you.   They can tell you if you are making progress. 

I hope this information helps you.    Feel free to share your experiences and thoughts in the comment section below.  


Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Book: What You Should Know About Gum Disease

If you haven't noticed before, Google or rather "Alphabet" as they are now known or referred to has taken to making pages related to individual book on their search engine.

If you were to type into Google:  What You Should Know About Gum Disease - you will see a blurb on my book come up on the right hand side.

If you click this google link, you will see what I am referring too: 

https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=What+You+Should+Know+About+Gum+Disease

This is what I saw at the time I wrote this upon doing the search mentioned and linked to above:

 https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=What+You+Should+Know+About+Gum+Disease


I thought that was pretty cool, what do you think?   Comment below.

David for ToothyGrinsStore.com


Saturday, June 27, 2015

The Gum Disease Problem Afflicts The Majority of Mankind And You Should Be Aware Of This

Gum disease is one of the most prevalent problems that human beings face today.  When asked, many dental health practitioners will tell you that approximately 75% of people have some gum disease right now!   That's staggering.

So many people have this problem that is known to be the number one cause of tooth loss.   If you want to avoid this problem, education is key.

A lost tooth can be both traumatic and costly to replace.   In the United States a single implant can cost more than two thousand dollars!  Implants and other solutions can all be problematic in their own way.   Nothing is a perfect substitute for your own natural teeth.

Plan on living for a long time?   Try your best to keep your natural teeth.   Gum disease has been linked to many other diseases such as heart attack, stroke, lung infections, oral cancer and even things seeming unrelated like diabetes. 

Inflammation of the gums may be considered as a constant infection that your body has to use its precious resources fighting against.    Many cardiac patients have periodontal disease! 

Check out this book - it's a true eye opener!   - with 75% of people having some gum disease - and not knowing it - it's nearly a sure bet that someone in your immediate family could use this information right now.  

Sincerely, 

ToothyGrinsStore.com
1-888-586-6849
Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease 

Monday, October 27, 2014

What A Top-Notch Periodontist Said

I'll never forget that day.  It was a Tuesday.  I was preparing
to publish my book: What You Should Know About Gum Disease

http://toothynext.com/BookSale

I had sent a sample copy to my periodontist, Dr. Wint.

He is one of the best doctors I have ever met btw...


Dr. Wint called me from his practice on a Tuesday afternoon.
(having a busy practice, I'm sure it was a not a slow time for him)

He told me that he took my book with him on vacation.  He told me that he 'loved' it
 (yes he said that).

He said it was a great book. He sounded very excited.

I felt very honored that a well trained professional liked a book that I had written inside his area of expertise!

Do you think you can learn from a book like that?

I dare to say that you will learn from that book!

Right now it is on sale!  For a scant $12 the knowledge can be yours!  (Price subject to change before the time you read this)

http://toothynext.com/BookSale

Enjoy,

David Snape

http://toothynext.com/BookSale

Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease


Thursday, July 31, 2014

Good Book On Dental Health

One of the biggest threats to your dental health is gum disease.   


This is a bad thing.  It is the number one cause of tooth loss.   

In addition,  lot of people lose teeth and get expensive replacements without ever knowing the cause of their misery was gum disease!   It's truly astounding when you think about it.

Did you know that:

  1. approximately 3 out of every 4 people have gum disease right now?  
  2. you dentist has not told you *everything* they  know about prevention?
  3. you can be 6 years old and have gum disease? 
  4. gum disease can be controlled? 
  5. Knowledge (about this problem) is power?  

Check out this very inexpensive but important book that every family should probably have on their book shelf.     




Friday, November 15, 2013

Secrets To Better Dental Health Book: ISBN 978-0981485508

The name of this book is :  What You Should Know About Gum Disease,  The Layman's Guide To Fighting Gum Disease

You can check it out here.  Or, just go to amazon and put that name in as a search and you will find the book. 

In addition, you can find other dental health books that I think are worth looking at here. 

Learn the secrets to better dental health.  Prevention can save you thousands or even tens of thousands in dental health bills over period of years or decades. 

Check out ISBN 978-0981485508  Now

You can also find this book here.   If you want it in digital format, you can get it here.  




Secrets To Better Dental Health Book:  ISBN 978-0981485508


Sincerely,
  

  





 

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Gum Disease Book ISBN 978-0981485508

http://ToothyNext.com/GumDiseaseBookThis is for the book titled:  What You Should Know About Gum Disease.   

 ISBN:  978-0981485508

10 Digit ISBN:  0981485502

Since dental professionals tell us that 75% or 3 out of every 4 people have some gum disease right now AND because gum disease is the number once cause of tooth loss, every family could use at least one copy of this book.

Check it out here

Also available here





ISBN:  978-0981485508



Sincerely,  







 

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Video: How To Find My Book: What You Should Know About Gum Disease






You could benefit from this book for the reasons described in the video.  

1.  Most people have gum disease right now - according to dental professionals.  They generally say about 75% of people.   You can do the math and figure the odds.  You want to protect yourself with knowledge.  And then take action.  Knowledge without action is not power.  It is a failed opportunity.  No point in getting this book if you are not ready to take action.  

2. Gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.  No other single cause even comes close.  Protect yourself with the valuable information in this book.  If you could save even one tooth, wouldn't it be more than worth it?   Besides the monetary factors,  no substitute is going to serve you as well as your own natural teeth.   Keep as many as you can

3. You love your family and friends.   Sharing this book show your love.  Again 3 out of every 4 people, according to many dental health professionals, have gum disease.  If you have a budget to protect, imagine how much you can protect that budget from expensive dental bills, not just for yourself, but for your whole family.   

Again, only you can decide if this book is worth it.  But objectively speaking, it IS worth it.   Understanding this problem and knowing what to do to prevent costly treatments and protect your teeth is more than worth it. 

So give it a try.  The savings alone DWARFS the cost of the book.   Just imagine how much it would mean to save even ONE tooth, or avoid one expensive treatment!  




Sincerely, 

how to find my book, video
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Sunday, September 8, 2013

My Book For 50% Off The Regular Price

Sorry, This Deal Has Ended And Is No Longer Available. 


Next:  Go shopping at ToothyGrinsStore.com

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This is valid for a limited time, so please take advantage of it as soon as you see this message. 


You can find the deal here.  http://www.toothygrinsstore.com/dealoftheday.asp

Just keep in mind that this 'deal of the day' changes and by the time you read this, there may be something else there rather than the 50% off deal on my book. 

But, as of the moment I wrote this, the deal is valid.   Just hurry, because it won't stay up there forever.

Why do you want this book?  


Oh, I don't know.  Maybe the information in it can help you to prevent the loss of one or more teeth?  How much would that be worth over the course of a lifetime?   Pretty much priceless, right?

I think so.   Look, gum disease is one of the biggest threats to your dental health, period.

Dental professionals often tell us that about 75% of people have some gum disease right now! 

Wouldn't it make sense to nip that in the bud sooner, rather than later? 

Knowledge is power and you can never have too much of either, right?   Well, maybe too much power can be a bad thing.  But knowledge is always good to have, right?

Get this book today and start to increase your knowledge and potentially your ability to save your teeth from loss.  Maybe even those of someone you care about.

http://www.toothygrinsstore.com/dealoftheday.asp  (sorry if this deal is over by the time you read this).  






Sincerely,

can the power of a magnet protect your dental health and you from losing teeth and bleeding gums? David Snape
1-888-586-6849
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Author:  What You Should Know About Gum Disease

PS: get your free guides to conquering gum disease and bad breath.

Get your Copy of:   How To Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Gum Disease Symptoms - How Aware Are You?


Like many people, I had a small amount of bleeding when brushingor flossing my teeth. At the time I did not think it was a big deal, but it was a signal that I had gum disease.   I just didn't know it, like many people today. 

symptoms of gum diseaseBleeding by itself is not a conclusive indicator of gum disease. Bleeding gums can also indicate various kinds of other diseases, health conditions, or even reactions to medicine. 

If your gums bleed or are sore and tender when you floss, you most likely have a problem with gum disease. 

A diagnosis from your dentist will be needed to be certain and to rule out other possibilities. 

I experienced even more bleeding during my regular hygienic cleanings at the dentist’s office. In fact, the hygienist would have a pile of blood tainted gauze when she was finished cleaning my teeth.

Like most people, I did not realize that it is not normal to bleed alittle while brushing, flossing, or during regular dental cleanings. 

Yet, a person can still have gum disease even if there is no bleeding during these activities.

 

Some of the other indicators of gum disease are: 


Persistent bad breath 

Red, swollen, or tender gums Painful chewing

Loose teeth


Sensitive teeth 


Gums pulling away from the teeth Teeth that have shifted in position.

Pus anywhere around your gum line 


 This is not an exhaustive list; there could be other similar symptoms, as well. 



symptoms of gum diseasePlease do not think you are home free if you do not exhibit any of these symptoms; they are not always evident until the disease has progressed. 

By the same token, try not to be frightened if you have just one of these symptoms in isolation. They can be caused by other factors and are not conclusive. 

They are merely indicators and still require the diagnosis of a dentist or periodontist. 

The most likely cause is gum disease, but  some of these symptoms could indicate the existence of other problems. 

If you have any of them, please make an appointment with your dentist or periodontist immediately. 

Self-diagnosis can get you into trouble. You need a trained professional to verify if you have—or do not have—gum disease. The untrained who think they know the difference are frequently wrong. 
 


Was I able to solve my problem?  

Yes, I was - you can read more about that here.     

There are ways to work on this problem and a way to know if what you are doing is working or not. 

I wrote a book entitled:  What You Should Know About Gum Disease - A Layman's Guide To Fighting Gum Disease.    

You can find it on this site, amazon, or therabreath's website. 

But this information is almost free  (  email address required)





symptoms of gum disease


Sincerely,






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Bleeding gums are a bad sign, it is important to take action now.   




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Monday, July 1, 2013

What You Should Know About Gum Disease - A Layman's Guide To Figthing Gum Disease

You can easily find this book by typing:

http://WhatYouShouldKnowAboutGumDisease.com into your browser. 

should know about gum diseaseThis is the book that got me moving in the direction that you have seen ToothyGrinsStore.com take. 
Given that this problem is so very prevalent and so few people understand it, I guess I took it as a personal mission to start educating people.

I knew it was going to be a hard road.  But, I still thought that people should know about this.  
I ran into a doctor that told me, "prevention doesn't pay".     I knew at that moment that what I was trying to do was going to have some tough obstacles. 

There have been dentists that have tried to educate the masses in the past.  Despite their efforts, they remain relatively unknown by the general public.

The public remains relatively ignorant about what gum disease is and what they can do to try and prevent it.  Their is an equal or greater level of ignorance regarding what can be done to fight this problem, mitigate it and even have the periodontal tissue become healthy again!

Gum disease is a billion dollar + industry.  I have no idea how much is made from this problem but a billion per year would be relatively conservative in my estimation.   It's probably far more than that.

Have you ever been to a periodontist's (a dentist who specializes in gum disease / health) waiting room?    It's usually quite full!    The people that have this problem don't talk about it - even though "most people"  have it whether they know so or not.

Dental professionals generally say  that about 3 out of every 4 people have it.   That is 75% of people in case you were wondering.   Gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.  How many people have lost teeth, obtained dentures or implants and still are ignorant of the fact that their tooth loss was caused by gum disease?

Will they go on to lose more teeth?   It's difficult to fix what you don't know about, isn't it?

These are some of the reasons that I wrote the book:   What You Should Know About Gum Disease.  ISBN:    978-0981485508

Read More Now

Sincerely,


ToothyGrinsStore.com

1-888-586-6849

PS:  Here is one of the top dental tools that I think are worth having.  It has helped a lot of people, including me, personally.

PPS:  this book is also available at Amazon and on Therabreath's site as well.   




 

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.  

Check out   http://GingivitisKiller.com to learn more.


Sincerely,




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PS:   Get your free guide to stopping bad breath   or gum disease
 

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Saturday, June 8, 2013

What You Should Know About Gum Disease

What You Should Know About Gum Disease is a book that I published in 2008.   It is over 200 pages.   However, the first 4 chapters will give you the bulk of the information that I think you need and should definitely read.

I first became interested in this topic somewhere around 2005 or 2006 when my dentist and hygienist suggested that I needed an expensive a possibly painful treatment (after the anesthetic wore off) treatment called a Scaling and Root Planing or SRP  treatment.

I sure didn't like the sound of that.   My dentist actually told me that it was the only thing that would help.   I decided that I needed to test that theory. 

It took some trial and error but I found something that really worked.   I found other things that helped, but there was one thing in particular that REALLY helped. 

Dentist Visibly Surprised

My dentist was quite surprised.  She seemed to have trouble believing the change in my periodontal (gum) health.   She eventually said, "Ok, whatever you are doing, keep it up.  You don't need that treatment any longer."     I was, of course, delighted.

Three out of Every For People Have Gum Disease

This is what many dental professionals say.  I thought a book like mine would be very valuable to people.   I've discovered that most people are unwilling to consider the possibility that they have gum disease.  Some won't even believe it, or they were not told, when they lose teeth and need dentures and / or implants.

You see, gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.   There is nothing else that comes close.   Yet, people will lose some their teeth and still not realize they have it.   That is truly a tragedy.

Education Is The Key

If what many dentists say is true and three out of every four people really do have gum disease, what are the odds that you or someone you love has this problem.    You see, this book has great value for you and your family.   Every family should have a copy of this book, in my opinion.   Yes, I am the author, but it doesn't change reality.     With so many people facing this problem and still unaware, it seems to me this book could really help a lot of people.  That includes possibly yourself and those whom you love!

Here is a picture of the book:



Read More About What You Should Know About Gum Disease

Sincerely,

 

Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease and How To Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps

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Sunday, June 2, 2013

Why Do Your Gums Bleed When Brushing Or Flossing Your Teeth?

Excellent question.  There are other reasons why your gums will bleed while brushing and flossing but the most likely cause is gum disease.  Of course, you will want a good periodontist or dentist to verify that for you and give you a professional diagnosis.

Gum disease is a rather serious problem that many people remain dangerously ignorant of.
Gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.   It is also the primary reason that teeth are lost and dentures or implants are needed.

Brushing and Flossing Twice Or More Time Per Day

It's quite a contradiction, isn't it?   We are told to brush and floss, yet 3 out of every 4 people, according to many dental professionals, still have gum disease!   Wow.  how does that work?

Using basic logic, it must mean that while brushing and flossing are very helpful, perhaps they are not enough for most people?  If they were enough, would so many people have gum disease?

Then the question becomes what else can you do to stop the progression of gum disease or prevent it in the first place?

 Here are some resource that might be helpful in answering these difficult questions:


1. The Book: What You Should Know About Gum Disease 

2. The Guide:  How to Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps

3.  The Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator

4. Will the Hydro Floss Work For You? 



Sincerely,


Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease : A Layman's Guide to Fighting Gum Disease
ToothyGrinsStore.com


PS: The  Hydro Floss is one of the most amazing, if not THE most amazing tool to help you to regain and maintain your periodontal health.    Get yours today. 



Saturday, May 25, 2013

What Should You Do If Your Gums Bleed?

First thing you should do is call a periodontist and schedule an appointment. 

Bleeding gums are often a sign of gum disease.  Your periodontist can confirm that for you. 

Gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.   Unfortunately, many or even most people have some gum disease right now.    Dental professionals often cite the rate at about 75% or 3 out of every 4 people.

Since bleeding gums are a classic sign of this problem, you definitely want to get checked out right away with your dentist or periodontist. 

Some additional resources that you might find valuable are:

1. The Book: What You Should Know About Gum Disease 

2. The Guide:  How to Stop Gum Disease In 3 Easy Steps

3.  The Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator 


I remember one woman that I talked to told me that she wakes up with blood in her mouth every day.  That is an extreme example, but even if your gums bleed while brushing and flossing, you probably have a problem that should be addressed right away. 

If you have an interest in discussing anything on this site, please do give a call to the number at the top of your screen.  


Sincerely,


ToothyGrinsStore.com
1-888-586-6849

PS:  Get your free guide to stopping bad breath   or gum disease

You might also be interested in - The Hydro Floss Magnetic Irrigator 

Thursday, May 16, 2013

What Foods Help To Fight Gum Disease?


I've read a lot of posts on this topic.   I want to stress right up front that it would be unwise to think that you could possibly stop gum disease via diet alone.   Although, dietary changes could certainly help.  

The reason I say that is as follows:  With gum disease, the bacteria have already made significant progress.  Diet may help in some regards to limit their growth, but it is unlikely to stop problem of gum disease by itself. 

They key to stopping gum disease is the daily manual disruption of plaque.   The bacteria will rapidly proliferate if the plaque layer is left in tact for any length of time.

Foods that can be helpful include any vegetable with lots of cellulose (it naturally helps to clean teeth)  Carrots, celery, peas etc. 

Eating quality lean meat can help provide zinc and coenzyme Q-10 - both support the gum (periodontal) tissue. 

Yogurt  - yogurt contains healthy bacteria, not the kind that causes gum disease.  Japanese research has shown the preventive power of yogurt.   The benefit is in replacing the 'bad bacteria' with a strong colony of good bacteria.   This is basically probiotics for the mouth.  

Foods and Drinks to Avoid

Coffee, soda and other acidic beverages  - the 'bad bacteria' love acid.  It makes them multiply faster.  If you are suffering from gum disease, you don't want to add to this problem. 


Tips

1. Be under the care of a good periodontist.   They may recommend more frequent cleanings such as 3 or 4 times per year instead of only twice.  This has been shown to be helpful to a lot of people.

2.  Brush and floss 2 or more times per day or at the frequency suggested by your periodontist.

3. You will probably want to look into additional plaque disrupting tools and techniques  such as the Perio-Aid and the Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator (I highly recommend this and we do sell it here on this site).

4.  Read The books:  What You Should Know About Gum Disease : A Layman's Guide to Fighting Gum Disease   and  How To Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps  - disclaimer, I wrote them both.


Sincerely,


1-888-586-6849

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



Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Readers' Praise For The Book: What You Should Know About Gum Disease

You can get this book here at Toothy Grins Store,   at Therabreath  at Amazon. 
It can also be found at B & N and many other online bookstores.   Garrison Keillor also has it on his site.   

Readers' Praise 
I love this book. It is a great resource for those interested in improving or achieving periodontal health.
—Stan Wint, DDS Periodontist 

David speaks for thousands of compliant patients who visit dental professionals regularly. These people follow directions, use recom- mended products yet never reach the conclusion of their treat- ment plan. Is oral health beyond control? Is damage caused by insufficient care? David shines a bright light on these concerns. Read, enjoy and start to question authority!
—Ellie Phillips, DDS 

David Snape saves!!! He may save teeth, money, time, and pain, but most importantly, he may save lives. Now that links have been established between the infection of chronic periodontal disease and many systemic illnesses like Diabetes, Heart Disease, Stroke and Low-weight pre-term birth his words are invaluable! Dave's new guide, "WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GUM DISEASE" is a great layman's handbook about how to care for your teeth and gums. He has thoroughly researched gum disease and has written an easy to read guide for people to help themselves, yet gives bal- ance to the need for professional care. This book is a must read for people who are afraid to go to the dentist, people in underserved areas or those who just can't afford professional dental services. Dave makes the reader aware of the signs of gum disease and what they can do to help themselves. 

This book should be in dentist and doctor's office waiting areas and health clinics for the poor and working poor. He is respectful to the importance of Dentists and Hygienists in their role in help- ing people achieve good oral and systemic health, but also helps inform the public how to be better patients! Definitely a valuable book to have handy on everyone's bookshelf! 

—Hillary Yasmer Shemin, RDH, BSDH Marquette University Class of 1974, Holland, PA 


David Snape really gets it. Only you, the individual, can keep your- self from slipping through the many cracks in our well-meaning, but overly generic health care system. Perhaps not glamorous enough to command constant media coverage, Periodontal Disease, nonetheless has far-reaching health implications for every individual, affecting both quality of life and longevity.
Drawing from his own in-depth experience and knowledge on the subject, Snape enables his reader to go easily beyond the minimal preventive care offered to most Americans. The results will empower his readers to take charge of this vital, yet often-ignored aspect of good health and wellbeing. I only wish I had this book twenty years (and several lost teeth) ago.
—John Corso, MD, author of Stupid Reasons People Die 


The book IS wonderful, and very informative! It's down to earth, in layperson language, and gives direction where one can begin searching for dental health and improving overall periodontal care.
—Dr. Tamerut Adams, D.O. Board Certified in Internal Medicine 


Thank you to all of the professionals who were kind enough to read my book and provide this wonderful feedback!  Thank you very much.   

Get Your Copy Today 

 



Sincerely,


ToothyGrinsStore.com
1-888-586-6849

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


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