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Thursday, July 4, 2013

Are Your Adult Teeth Loose?

do you have loose teeth or a lose toothPlease, if you have any adult teeth that are loose, go visit a periodontist right away.  Barring trauma or injury, a loose tooth probably indicates that you have some more advanced stages of gum disease.

This ain't gingivitis anymore Toto.  

Seriously,  aside from an injury or accident, adult teeth really should not become loose.  The probability is quite high that you have gum disease.  Please go to a periodontist for proper diagnosis.  

Gum disease is a topic that few people bother to talk or think about.  That is a shame because it affects about 75% or 3 out of every 4 people - according to many dental professionals.

So, why is it that everyone ignores this problem that causes the loss of teeth and the need for dentures or implants?    That's a question that I have been trying to answer for a very long time. 

The truth is, I do not know why people ignore it so much! 

Saving Your Teeth

If you could save your teeth and keep them for a lifetime of good use, wouldn't that be the absolute best?   Why settle for dentures or implants.

If you want to save your teeth, you need to understand what gum disease is and what you can do to control it and stop its progress.  You need to understand and figure out what it takes for you, personally, to make your gums health again.

For many, probably most people, it is possible to stop the progress of gum disease and make your gums healthy again.   The trick is knowing what it takes for your personally! 

Objective Measure

Because the amount of work required varies from person to person, you need a measure or standard to figure out what is working.  You need to be able to determine if you are making progress or not. 

Without this objective measure, it is just too much like guessing.   Fortunately, an objective measure DOES exist.    If you learn anything here, this might be the most important factor for you to understand. 

Generally speaking, most dental practitioners will say your gums are healthy when your periodontal pocket depths are at 3mm or below. 

Now, you just need to have your dentist or hygienist measure where you are now.  (They should already have these measurements in your records.)  And you simply check this against future measurements to determine whether:

1. What you are doing at home is working or not.

2. You are headed in the right directions

3. When you finally achieve the goal of 3mm and below - everywhere in your mouth. 

What Helps? 

There are two important resources that I want to share with you.  Yes, we sell them both here at Toothy Grins Store.   

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

2. The Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator

You can even get them both together in one package. 


It is definitely not normal to have adult teeth that are loose.  If this is the case for you, please visit a periodontist immediately - if not sooner. 

This is not a problem you want to 'let go'.  If the looseness is due to gum disease (and it likely is), then you do not have much time if you want to save your tooth or teeth.  Go see a periodontist today.   Tip:  Find one that wants to save your tooth / teeth and not one who just wants to pull it / them and give you an implant or dentures! 

I believe you will find the resource links above useful,  you should consider these things carefully.  You should make it a goal to save all of your teeth or as many as you can.   Artificial things are not a perfect substitute for your real, natural teeth.

If you need further information or want to talk further, you can reach me at the above number or  contact me on Skype.


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

Friday, May 31, 2013

What Should You Do When You Have A Missing Tooth - Video Commentary

click here for the original page this video is about

Hopefully, you don't have any missing teeth.  But, if you do, the lesson in this video is clear.  Do not leave the gap where a tooth once was alone. 

Something is needed there to keep the other teeth from shifting around.    Your dentist will help you with information and recommendation. 

Implants in the US can be around $2,000 each. 

Prevention Is The Best Answer

Saving yourself against tooth loss in the first place is probably the best answer to this problem.  We know that gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.   

You may not be able to prevent an accident that causes tooth loss, but many times, you can stop or control gum disease and prevent it from taking one or more teeth. 

While brushing and flossing are very important and must be continued, sometimes you need something more.    

One tool that I have found to be very helpful (and many of my customers have too) is the Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator. 


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

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Sunday, May 26, 2013

Which Water Flosser Is Best For You?

Before I explain things in general terms,  I want to say that I honestly don't know the answer to that question as it pertains to you, personally.  

To craft suggestions that better reflect your personal reality, requires a conversation.  Give me a call at the number above and we can talk about it.  

Maybe then I will have more specific information that's even more appropriate for  you.

Generally Speaking

Generally speaking, the best water flosser for the broadest range of purposes is going to be the Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator.   Shown clinically to be more effective at reducing plaque and tartar buildup between your regular office visits / cleanings,  it is probably the right solution for most situations.  

The reason it is better is because of its magnetic quality.   This is something that you don't see in other irrigators.   I have heard of it in one other irrigator, but it appears that they didn't understand the application of the technology very well. 

So, that leaves just the hydro floss with professional research showing its effectiveness.  

Therefore, in many cases the Hydro Floss will be the right water flosser for you.  

However, if you have any doubts, give us a call at 1-888-586-6849 and a conversation may help to uncover better information for you.  

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

He Is A Believer!

This review is from June 2011.   You can read more recent reviews here. :

Robert has been able to verbalize something important here.  He said:  "This is the best dental product our family has ever used!"

I know he is not the only person to feel that way.   I also believe it is a very powerful tool for people to use at home.  And others have figured out the benefits for themselves as well! 

Then he said "It's amazing that after both brushing and flossing, the Hydro Floss will "find" food particles that we missed!"  You will see that sentiment show up in other reviews as well.  You can read all of the reviews here.  

Of course, the first item above hints at what this really is and what it can really do.  Does it get you thinking?   

Share your thoughts if you would like to.

Read More About The HydroFloss


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 9, 2013

HydroFloss Oral Irrigator Two Pack Video

Here is the video on the Hydro Floss 2 Pack: 

 Link to the Page In The Video

I hope that you enjoyed this video.  Again, there is a wealth of information on this website about the Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator and why almost everyone should have one.   

If you value your dental health, you will want to learn more.   In today's world the cost of a single implant (in the US) is usually around a couple of thousand of dollars.  Saving even one tooth from being lost is definitely valuable. 

If you have questions, you can call the number at the top of your screen. 


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

Interesting Links: 
Read About The Hydro Floss ( a tool I know that has had a positive impact on the dental health of many people).

Customer Reviews. 

Pocket Pal Tips   

Pocket Pal Tip Reviews

Thursday, March 7, 2013

HydroFloss Troubleshooting Tips

One of the most common  (but still not very often) problems people call me about is the flow.  They notice that their HydroFloss "seems" to lose pressure over time.

Often times, this is actually not the case.   There are a few things you should try before giving up.

One is, believe it or not, to simply change the tip.   I have witnessed for myself that if you do not change the tip regularly enough,  it appears that the flow has slowed down.

But, this is not actually the case.  The tips do wear down.  They give a little and they are intentionally made a little soft for safety reasons.  

So, try changing your tip.  You can get regular jet tips (packages of four) -- here. 

I suggested this to one customer who was ready to buy a new pump for his Hydro Floss.  He called me back a few minutes later to tell me that changing the tip worked.

I have noticed the same thing.  If I wait to long before changing my regular tips, it appears that the Hydro Floss has slowed down.   But, as soon as I replace the tip, it is as strong as ever.

The wear on the tip changes the dynamics of the water flow somehow.  This is the best explanation I have.   But I do know that changing the tip has worked for me!

Tip:  your Hydro Floss should drain an entire tank in approximately 2 minutes and 10 seconds on the highest pressure setting.

The Hydro Floss is such a powerful tool for dental health that I do not minding changing tips at all.

Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Journal Of Clinical Periodontology Publishes Study On The Hydro Floss

Journal Study On The Hydro Floss

There were actually two studies published on the HydroFloss oral irrigator.

This one was published in May of 1993.  The title is:

The Effect of Oral Irrigation With A Magnetic Water Treatment Device On Plaque And Calculus. 

 The chief researchers were Clifton D. Sutton (George Mason University - Center for Computational Statistics, Department of Operations Research and Applied Statistics),  Cecelia Rosenfelder (Dental Hygiene, Reston Va), and Dan L. Watt (General Dentistry, Reston Va). 

Published in J Clin Periodontol 1993; 20; 314-317.  ISSN: 0303-6979. 

The results were deemed 'statistically significant'  and indicated that supra-gingival calculus and its accompanying plaque was greatly reduced.

A second research project was completed and published in April of 1998 in the same journal with similar results.

The study itself goes into detail about the study, how 14 patients were removed from the study results when they could not or would not comply, etc.    The paper also goes on to speculate on theory about Calcium and Phosphate ions and how the effect of the magnetic could be hindering the formation of plaque and calculus.

If you want to read the Journal article yourself, please check the above reference so that you can find locate the article.   

The addition of a properly oriented magnet appears to make a big difference!

The Hydro Floss is a powerful tool.   Check one out now.