It’s an unfortunate fact that 90% of adults have active gum disease with signs ranging from swollen gums and bad breath to bleeding gums, receding gums and loose teeth.
These symptoms are so common that most of us don’t even equate them with gum disease.
Thankfully, the path to a healthier mouth is clear…
You too can be free from bleeding gums, the concern about chronic bad breath, always wondering how your health is being undermined by less than optimal oral health.
In fact, just by reading this page you are taking a massive step to increase your awareness of solutions to effectively and safely stop the damage.
“Gum disease is so common and unobtrusive that you are not likely
to recognize its symptoms in their early stages…
Gum disease is an epidemic.
If you are over 30 years old, chances are better than 90% that you have some form of gum disease.”
David Kennedy, DDS & past president of IAOMT
It’s true, gum disease is rampant. In fact, most people who suffer from gum disease don’t even know they have it!
Have you ever experienced…
~ red, swollen gums?
~ a little blood when flossing (gingivitis)?
~ chronic bad breath?
~ tooth sensitivity – painful teeth?
~ receding gums?
~ periodontal disease?
~ loose teeth, teeth shifting in mouth?
Are you aware that these are signs of active gum disease?
“Well, if I had gum disease my dentist would tell me so, right?”
That’s what we thought too! But we were wrong.
In fact, most dentists have the malady themselves.”
David Kennedy, DDS
The fact is general dentistry has focused on the topical treatment of tooth decay. While many quality dental office are beginning to incorporate more tools to educate their patients about gum disease, Dr Kennedy’s words still sound a chilling alarm. Feel free to download our FREE eBook, the Guide to Safe Dentistry, which explains what questions to ask to find a dental team who will work with you on your journey to greater oral health.
“But what’s wrong with my current oral hygiene products?”
First off, let’s face it, if toothpaste worked to stop gum disease, would 9 out of 10 adults be infected?
So that’s the ‘bad’ news. The good news is the path to be free from the damage of gum disease is really rather easy.
It’s really as simple as having a little understanding how gum disease progresses and upgrading your oral hygiene tools.
For the first time, my dentist commented that my gums look pink and healthy and for the first time I had very little plaque to scrape off.
What a delightful dental visit. I know for sure that it was a result of following your wonderful guidance and using HealThy Mouth Blend.
Gail M from North Carolina
My hygienist said yesterday during my teeth cleaning that I should be very proud. “This is the best your gums and teeth have ever looked.” Thank you for sharing with us what you have discovered with the world. I owe it all to you!
Rosita R from Oregon
If you have advancing gum disease (also called periodontal disease), we invite you to jumpstart your healing journey here.
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