Showing posts with label shrinking periodontal pockets. Show all posts
Showing posts with label shrinking periodontal pockets. Show all posts

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Is There A Simple Way To Shrink Periodontal Pockets?

If you have patients who need to shrink their pockets or are an individual struggling with this issue, then Read on

I've heard from customers who have been able to shrink their periodontal pockets down to normal levels.  Many are seeing improvement in 30 days, IF they use the machine properly.  

Using It Correctly

Using it properly is the key.   And I share that information with customers who purchase one or more HydroFlossers from    Knowing some simple things can make the difference between results and no / poor  results. 

Nothing Works 100% Of The Time For Everyone

If you are in health care, you know this as a fact.  However, I have seen this work for an exceptionally large proportion of people.  

Give it a try and see if it works for your patient(s).  In 30 days, with the correct usage, you can retest and you'll know if it is working or not.  

Remember to contact me post purchase and I'll help you understand how to get the best results for your patients or yourself.   1-888-586-6849 - speak with David 

Your patients will be happier and you will be too!   

Get your machine today and and start making people happier!  

Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease 

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Can You Do Anything About 8 - 10 mm Periodontal Pockets?

Imagine this scenario:  You have been told by your dentist or hygienist that you have deep periodontal pockets.  Some are as deep as 8-10 mms.

They tell you that you need to have a 'deep cleaning' or SRP (Scaling and Root Planing Treatment)  Check out the average cost on these. 

So, you start to figure out that you need to get your periodontal pockets down to 3mm or less to be considered 'healthy'.

That seems like quite a jump from 8 or 10 mms to 3, doesn't it? tips were specially designed to aid in this purpose.   Of course, no guarantee can be made because every human body is different.

But the tool that goes along with these tips, has helped a number of people shrink their pockets.

You can always find out for sure, but having your periodontal pockets measured again at your next office visit.  Then you can compare the new results to the old.   If they are getting smaller or have completely shrunk to that 3mm or less level,  I guess you have been doing something right!

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Monday, July 1, 2013

HydroFloss Plus Pocket Pals Together In One Package

Many people love the Hydro Floss. 

They also want to get the Pocket Pal tips.

Why not combine them into one package? 

That's what we did.

You can view this combo here.  

hydrofloss and pocket pals together in one package

If you have questions about this or anything else on this site, feel free to call for a no obligation conversation to find out what is best for you!    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.

Monday, May 27, 2013

How To Shrink Periodontal Pockets

Here is a link to the page in the video:  How To Shrink Gum Pockets

This video is all about generalized information.  If you have a specific question about your unique dental health situation, be sure to talk to your periodontist about that.  

The Hydro Floss is a powerful tool that has really helped a lot of people over the last 20 Plus years.  Yet, it remains relatively 'hidden' from the limelight.   

My personal experience is that it helped me to avoid an expensive gum treatment and it helped my gums to become healthy again.  

I'm not the only person that this has worked for.  You can read customer reviews here.  

Of course, your dentist or hygienist will be able to easily verify your results by measuring your periodontal pocket depths after using the Hydro Floss "effectively".   I suggest reading:  How to Use Your Hydro Floss Effectively on this site. 

Friday, May 24, 2013

How To Shrink Gum Pockets

how to shrink gum pocketsWhat if you know you have deep periodontal pockets?   Maybe your dental hygienist and or dentist told you so?  

Are you stuck feeling that your only hope is an expensive and potentially painful treatment? (Anesthetic wears-off after all)

What about the long term effects of such treatments?   Always get full disclosure about a treatment and the possible side-effects.  If you don't ask, you might not be told.

Working With Your Dentist

You definitely want to continue working with your dentist or find a new one.   You'll need them anyway to verify or disprove your progress.    So stick with your dentist or get a new one.  In either case, be under the care of one.

What's The Scoop On These Gum Pockets (Periodontal Pocket Depths) ?

Generally speaking any pockets above 3mm are considered 'unhealthy' by most dental professionals.

Therefore, generally speaking, you want all of your pockets to be 3mm and below.

Shrinking Them

Shrinking these pockets basically means making the gum tissue healthy again.   So, more brushing and flossing can certainly help and should be done.  But are they going to be enough?  If they were enough, why do so many people still have gum problems?

Many people, including myself, have had good luck with the Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator.   My pockets shrunk and my gums became healthier.  My dentist actually told me, "whatever you are doing, keep it up".

I tried other things before the Hydro Floss, but the Hydro Floss was what worked the best and most effectively for me.  For others too!  No two people are the same, so you can only be sure by testing it. But, I would say it works for a LOT of people.

The Test To See If It Works For You 

This is where your dental office comes in.  You will be having them validate your progress or lack thereof.  

Use the Hydro Floss for a solid month.   Use it effectively.  

Then go back to your dentist and have them measure your pocket depths.   Seeing Improvement?  GREAT.  Keep it up.

If not, then you know it didn't work for you and something more or something else is needed.  But, I think the chances are really good that you'll see improvement.

In any case, your dentist is the one to ask about specific questions regarding your unique situation. Get your dentist or hygienist to tell you if those pockets have shrunk or not.  Then you'll know for sure if it worked for you.

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read customer reviews. 


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Monday, March 11, 2013

Shrinking Periodontal Pocket Depths - Video


Now I want to make sure that I tell you about one of the most powerful dental health prevention / promotion  tools I know of.   It is called the Hydro Floss.

You can read about it here.  

*The Hydro Floss is my top pic for dental health.

 Next, read more on the Hydro Floss 

Or - read more about the vitality Oral B electric Toothbrush

Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease

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* I speak in general terms only on this site.  Specific questions about your unique dental health situation should be addressed by  your doctor or periodontist.  

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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Shrinking Periodontal Pocket Depths

Periodontal Pocket Depths Are Important Indicators Of YOUR Dental Health

If you do not know what these numbers are, you should ask your dentist.  This is something that should be checked during every office visit.  Although, it does appear that there are some clinics where these pocket depths are rarely if ever checked.

These Numbers Are Important

 If they come out much above 3mm in multiple spots, there is a good chance that your dentist will want to perform a special treatment.  Sometimes this takes the form of an SRP or 'deep cleaning' treatment.  There could be other recommendations as well.

Personal Experience

I was in this situation a several years back.   I did not have the deep cleaning done as I did not like the what it entailed.   In the US, these treatments can also be quite expensive.  Although, I have heard in other countries they may not cost nearly as much.

What I did use is a device called the Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator.    When I returned to the dentist, she said that my gums looked a lot better, the periodontal pockets were down to about normal levels.  She said:  "Whatever you are doing, keep it up."

I have sinced talked to a lot of people over the last 4 or 5 years and I do hear similar stories from other people.    Having said that, I must warn you that not every person or situation is the same and just because it worked for many does not guarantee it will work for everyone.

You must continue to work closely with your dental professional, they should be monitoring those periodontal pockets for you at every visit  to see where you are at.

Shrinking The Pockets

You should, of course, get your regular dental cleanings 2 to 4 times per year or whatever your periodontist recommends.   But why not use a powerful tool between office visits to help your periodontal (gum) tissue stay healthy.

The danger in deeper pockets is that there may be sufficient quantities of bacteria present to begin to destroy the supporting structure of your teeth.   This can lead to gum recession, loose and finally lost teeth.

This is why the periodontal pocket depths are so important to you.   Generally speaking, if you have them all at 3mm and below most dental health professionals will say that your gums are healthy.

You continue to work with your dentist on a regular basis,  but you have just do things at home to make your dental health better.  The device I mentioned above, I believe, can go a long way towards helping you as it has helped many others to do the same.


You can use the same tool to help you maintain your dental health.  If you are able to get your gums healthy with this method then you should be able to maintain them there as well.

Of course, I speak in general terms only here.  Specific questions about your unique dental health situation need to be addressed by your periodontist or dentist. 

There are no absolute guarantees that any one thing will work for you.  However, if you can help keep things healthy and avoid expensive and painful treatments, as well as lost teeth, wouldn't it all be more than worth it?    I think so.

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