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What You Should Know About Gum Disease – Part 7

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The Took I Suggest to Help Improve and Protect  your gums


Part 7 Of What You Should Know About Gum Disease

In this video we continue onwards on our journey to put at least the first four chapters of the book on Video.

You can ask questions about this material anytime you would like to.   The phone number is 1-888-586-6849.

You can also reach me here.
As I hope you understand by now,  gum disease is a very serious problem that afflicts A LOT of people.   In fact, most dental professionals will say that about 75% of people have some for of this disease right now!

That means you will want to work on protecting your family and yourself  right away.


It’s A Big Bad World Out  There

It sure seems like everyone wants to get their hands in your wallet now-a-days , doesn’t it?    Here is an analogy I like to draw:

Say you go to your mechanic once a year and he charges you 5 grand every time to give you a new engine.   He does that year after year for you.   How wonderful that you have someone who will replace your engine every year.

Yet, there is a problem.   This mechanic could simply teach you a little bit about prevention —  such as,  change your oil every 3,000 miles…  And then you would not have to spend 5 Grand every year.

In either case, you are happy.   But if you knew the truth, you would be saving 5 Grand every year.     And of course, if you ever figured it out, you would be very unhappy.   So, there is really no incentive to tell you (on the part of the mechanic)  plus, he would be losing 5 Grand every year.    Interesting, isn’t it?

A Little Info Goes A Long Way

I wrote the book because I faced a similar situation but with my teeth and gums.   I wanted people to know this information so they could protect themselves and their loved ones.  Saving money and the pain of recovery from expensive treatments is definitely worth a few bucks.    In order to save thousands, that just makes sense doesn’t it?

I speak in General terms only here.   For specific questions about your unique dental health situation, ask your doctor or dentist.


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