Loose Teeth – What Can You Do?

By david / May 1, 2011

There are a few things that can cause your teeth to become loose and fall out. In this article we are going to talk about the number one cause bar none. By far the number one cause of loose teeth that fall out is gum disease.

Even though trauma, such as a car accident or blow to the face, can cause teeth to become lose and / or fall out, this is far more rare than periodontal disease. This information may come as a shock to you. Even people who have dentures or implants are sometimes not aware of the reason they had problems with their teeth in the first place.

Since this is the case, you will want to do everything you possibly can to avoid the progression of gum disease. Our dental professionals tell us that up to 75% of people, have gum disease right now. So do not be shocked if you suddenly discover you are one of them.

Many people find out through their dentist or hygienist that they have gum disease. When gum disease progresses it will lead to loose teeth that can eventually fall out. So it is in your best interest to find out how to stop the progression of gum disease or to prevent its occurrence in the first place.

If your experience is the same as mine, then no one tried to inform you or train you correctly about this problem, or you just have some questions with no one to answer them. In this case, you may want to read the book: What You Should Know About Gum Disease. (Disclaimer – I am the author)

However, I can tell you that in this book you will discover a fantastic tool that has actually caused teeth to become tighter for some. However, you should always be under the care of a periodontist and keep in mind that what worked for one person may not work for another. This device is the Hydro Floss oral irrigator. In fact, the person who originally created this device, had a similar problem!

His periodontist told him that his teeth were going to fall out and there was nothing that could be done about it. He was told to go home and when they fall out he should go back to the periodontist for some “new” ones.

His invention was able to save his teeth. The same periodontist verified that his dental health was better. This is how the Hydro Floss came to be.

Some people may ask, won’t other oral irrigators do the same thing. Not likely. I believe that the Hydro Floss is far more effective. This question was answered twice in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology in May 1993 and April 1998. This is a peer reviewed, medical / scientific journal.

If you would like a further explanation, please feel free to call me at the number displayed on the website: ToothyGrinsStore.com

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*This article is for information purposes only and does not intend to provide diagnosis, advice or treatment for any health condition. If you have or think you have a health problem, including but not limited to loose teeth, you should visit your dentist or doctor immediately for advice, diagnosis and treatment. The USFDA has not evaluated statements about any products on this page or site.

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