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

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Why Gum Disease and Gingivitis?

Why Gum Disease and Gingivitis?

Yes, I totally get it.  This could be viewed as a rather bizarre topic for a blog.  I understand that.
However, gum disease afflicts a large portion of the world's people.  Whether people know it or not, whether people are aware that they have it or not, the effects are felt.

Consider that many dental professionals believe that about 75% of the population has some right now!   That would equate to 3 out of every 4 people.

What are the main effects?  Lost gum tissue and lost teeth.  I think that given a choice, most people would prefer to keep their teeth for a lifetime of good service, agreed?

Biggest Reason People Lose Teeth

Well, gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.  Gingivitis is just the beginning stage.  The two names are simply describing the same disease process.  The same goes for the term: periodontal disease.

Yes, some people make the distinction that gingivitis is less severe and periodontal disease is more severe and there are even levels and degrees of periodontal disease.  However, they are all the same disease process.  They are the same problem manifesting to different degrees.

I wrote a book on this topic called:  What You Should Know About Gum Disease - A Layman's Guide to Fighting Gum Disease.   The book is available in both paperback and ebook form.    

 In addition, a shorter guide, called How To Stop Gum Disease in 4 Easy Steps is also available.  
Writing a book doesn't make me an expert.  I am not one.  I am not a dental professional and I'm not a scientist.   But I have some basic understandings to share and I am able to share my own personal experiences.

A Problem That 3 Out of Every 4 Face

Gingivitis and Gum Disease are a problem that society faces.  It is a quiet disease process.  Some refer to it as a silent epidemic (because so many are afflicted and unaware).  Often, people only become aware after significant damage has occurred.  Wouldn't it be great to nip it in the bud before reaching that point?

Awareness is necessary.  Some people, however, already know they have a problem. Those who know are most likely to find this blog.  That's just the way life works.  Most people won't be searching for answers until they feel the weight of the problem at their doorstep.

To inform and possibly help, as well as to raise awareness, is the goal and aim here.

Of course, you should definitely be under the care of a good periodontist or doctor if you have or think you might have gum disease, gingivitis, periodontal disease or any other health related problem.
Periodontists are the best trained for this particular problem and that is why I name them here.   You'll want to pick a good one. 

Look for one that doesn't just want to pull a tooth and install an implant.  Instead, look for one that is interested in saving your tooth or teeth.  They have advanced skills in this area.  You have to ask questions to find a good one.  It's easier and more lucrative to pull and implant. 

Try to find a professional who wants to save your teeth.  Again, they have the skills.   Just find the right one.  That might mean asking a lot of questions.  But it is worth it to save, rather than lose a tooth.  No substitute is going to be as good as your original healthy tooth.
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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Stopping Gum Disease, It Really Isn't A Secret! The video:

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Get - How To Stop Gum Disease in 4 Easy Steps!


This is Dave with Toothy Grins Store .com

And Today we are going to talk about, stopping gum disease!  It's not really a huge secret. Of course, if you know that you have gum disease or you think you might, you should definitely be under the care of the care of your dentist.

because that is a situation that needs to be monitored closely.  gum disease is a big problem because it leads to lost teeth and lost.   And lost teeth are expensive for you both to get them pulled out. If they don't just fall out on their own.   And then to replace them with a denture or an implant.

Implants in the United States generally start around $2000 and go up from there.  So, it can be quite costly. So if you are able to figure out how to stop this problem it is definitely going to benefit your pocketbook down the road.  It's basically like saving money.

I have written a guide, called How To Stop Gum Disease In  4 Easy Steps and this guide can help you to figure this problem out and what you can do at home.  The methods that are talked about in this book are very easy to verify through your dentist.  YOu simply go in and have your periodontal pocket depths checked.  And that is something that this guide will go into and explain further.

So, it's very important that you, whatever you do with this video.. .I mean after watching this video, you've got to take action.  You have to do something because gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.  And again, lost teeth are very expensive to you.  You have to do something if you lose a tooth, you can't leave a gap in your mouth.

That's very dangerous because it leaves room for the other teeth to shift around.  When that happens your bite will go off and all kinds of problems develop from there.

So, you don't want to go there if you possibly can avoid it.   So make sure that you take some action.  Go see your doctor, right away,  and get some help.  If you are interested, this guide might be very helpful to you to download and read, because knowledge isn't quite power but knowledge in action is power.  And with this information, you can empower yourself to do quite a bit towards getting rid of or eliminating your problem.

Again, this little guide tells you how to measure that through your dentist.  So you are always working with and through your dentist to make sure that everything stays on track and that you are doing ok.

So, it is not a secret.  You've got to stop gum disease.  It is the number one reason that people lose their teeth.  And, dental professionals tell us that about 75%  of people, that's three out of every four people, have some gum disease right now.  So take action right away.  This is Dave with  Thanks for watching.   Comment on anything I said in this video.   Comment below and we can have a little interaction.  Thank you for watching and have a great day.

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David Snape
Author:  What You Should Know About Gum Disease

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Bleeding Gums - It is frequently an indicator of gum disease! 

It's sad but true.   Bleeding gums often indicates gum disease.  Of course, you should go ask your doctor to rule out any other possibilities.    But, most of the time, it means gum disease.

If you are brushing and flossing and noticing that your gums are bleeding, this is, indeed, a classic sign of gum disease.  It doesn't really matter if you call it gingivitis or gum disease.   They are both descriptors for the same disease process.

Most People Have Some

Having gum disease should be cause for concern.  But, rest assured, most people have some.  It is the number one cause of tooth loss.  That's why you want to take action as soon as you possibly can.

Taking action is something that you must not overlook.   Losing teeth is rather costly.   Implants, in the United States, usually run about $2000 and more.   So, each tooth you save is like putting money in the bank! 

You need to think about taking action right away.   Get How To Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps at no cost (except an email address)  at the link above. 

Learning what you can to stop this process is soon as possible is only going to increase your chances at achieving really good results. 

So, whatever you do,  promise yourself that you will take action as soon as possible. If the problem is in the beginning changes, you may be even be able to reverse the damage.   As the disease progresses, you may not be able to naturally get lost gum tissue back.

So, just figure out what you need to do and take action! 

Don't let this problem sit.

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David Snape
Author:  What You Should Know About Gum Disease

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

Get - How To Stop Gum Disease in 4 Easy Steps!

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Three Out Of Every Four People Have Gum Disease - According To Many Dental Professionals

How to Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps

This is certainly a problem worth paying attention to.   Dental professionals also tell us that gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.    

What is it that 'they' say?  Knowledge is power.  

Check out:  What you should know about gum disease right now.  


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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Travelling With Your Hydro Floss

Here is a Hydro Floss tip you can utilize for travel.   

The ability of the hydro floss to positively influence your dental health is unmatched by any other irrigator on the market today.

Yet, some people have to or want to travel.  Many do not want to be without their Hydro Floss.  
So, how can you travel with your Hydro Floss? 

A bank vice president somewhere in the state of Virginia gave me this travel tip.  She needs to travel a lot.

Tip:  Keep the original packaging that your Hydro Floss comes in.  This is a nice sturdy styrofoam cushion that can really help protect your Hydro Floss while traveling. 

Of course, there are no guarantees with this tip.  But, we know that the styrofoam packaging can keep the hydro floss and parts snug and secure. 

Her Thoughts: 
I have not spoken with this customer for probably 2 years or so.  But, she did say that she was able to avoid some expensive dental treatments as a result of using her Hydro Floss.

This is similar to my story as well.   I was able to avoid a Scaling and Root Planing (SRP) treatment.  It is also known as a deep cleaning. 

I don't remember if hers was actual surgery or the deep cleaning treatment.   In either case,  we both were able to save a lot of money.

I always advocate working with your dentist.  They can measure your pocket depths.  Generally speaking, 3mm and below is considered healthy by most dental practitioners. 

Therefore, if you are able to get these numbers down, perhaps your dentist will agree that you won't need your expensive treatment either? 

The Hydro Floss has helped a lot of people, myself included! 


David Snape 

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