Can Gum Disease Be Defeated?
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Can gum disease be defeated?
I believe the answer is yes! In fact, I've done it as evidenced by
the by the statements made by my hygienist. She seemed a bit surprised
that I was able to do this.
I'm not surprised by her surprise because frankly a lot of people
working in the dental care industry are not used to seeing patients successfully
stop gum disease on their own without expensive treatments.
[ This is one of the tools I use -
oxygenated compound that kills anaerobic bacteria - the type that
cause gum disease. ]
Unfortunately, I didn't quite understand what gum disease is or
how it works or that we generally aren't told much about it until it is
time for an expensive treatment. Only when that happened to me did I begin to delve into it.
I didn't just get gum disease between two office visits. But I was
shocked to learn that I needed a 'root scaling and planing' - seemingly
all of a sudden. I was told there was bone loss and was asked to sign a
document stating it wasn't the dentist's fault if I lost my teeth.
I didn't allow them to do the 'root scaling and planing' which
they wanted to commence immediately. Instead, I decided to do some
research. I formulated a plan that seemed like it might work and I put
it into action.
[This is the second tool that I use - it's called a
This combined with the first tool above does the job very, very well for
me. I still marvel at how much healthier my gums have become]
The result was that on my next visit to the dentist I was told that my
gums looked better and that I no longer needed the root scaling and
planing treatment. I was actually told that there was no longer tarter
built up under the gumline. I was delighted.
On subsequent visits, I was told that my gums were looking even better.
And on the last visit, I was told that there was no bleeding at all
Now, I have to say that in the process of research, I found that there
are people out there who either know how to successfully stop or prevent
gum disease or at least claim to. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find
their actual methods anywhere. They don't tell anyone what those
So I created a website where people can read about exactly what I did.
That website is called GingivitisKiller.com
You can read what I personally did to check the progression
of gum disease. I have also been able to stop it from coming back.
Gum disease has been said to be the number one cause of tooth
loss. However, many other possible effects have been postulated. For
example, some say that gum disease can lead to bacterial invasion of
other parts of the body. The founder of the Mayo clinic said that loss
of teeth subtracts at least ten years from a person's life.
David Snape writes for
GingivitisKiller.com . There, you can learn what he personally did
to stop the progression of gum disease and to prevent it from coming
back. copyright 2007
This article is not meant to provide advice. If you have or think you
have gum disease or any other health condition, contact your dentists or
doctor for diagnosis and treatment. I don't claim that my methods
will work for others. I can only tell you that they worked for me and
specifically in the way that I stated above. Every body is different,
and there are no trials or tests that have been done to show whether it
will work for others. In fact, I always caution people that if they have
or think they might have gingivitis or any other health condition that
they must go to their dentist for diagnosis and treatment right away.
(This article may not be copied by anyone without express written
permission from the author. Do not copy for your website, magazine
or any other service) - You may
link to this article from
anywhere on the web or off.
Copyright 2007 by David Snape
and Gingivitiskiller.com - All Rights Reserved World Wide (do
not copy for any reason).
Now you can watch with a certain satisfaction
as your dentist and hygienist become incredulous at YOUR results.
You Can Stop Gum Disease / Gingivitis Now!
If you have or think you have gingivitis, gum disease or any other
health problem, contact your doctor or dentist for diagnosis and
treatment. Do so without delay.
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