Stopping Bleeding Gums

By Dave / November 5, 2007

Want to stop bleeding gums or red, swollen and puffy gums?

I wrote a book entitled, What You Should Know about Gum Disease.

This book was written in direct response to an almost total lack of information provided by my dentist about gum disease.

You see, it is not normal to see your gums bleed. It is also not normal to see them swollen.

It makes no difference whether they bleed during dental probing, professional cleanings, while brushing your teeth or while flossing. In ANY of these instances, it is NOT normal for your gums to bleed.

To put it bluntly, they should NOT bleed ever under any circumstances. Even if you see a single drop of blood, there is a problem.

Now, my dentist let this go on for years. I remember seeing the blood that the hygienist wiped onto gauze strips while probing and cleaning my teeth.

I was NEVER informed that this was not normal. I thought it was normal out of ignorance. Since I wasn’t told this was NOT normal, I also was NOT told what to do about it.

Then a day came when they decided they wanted to do a root scaling and planing treatment. I reasoned that it was impossible that my gums got into such a state since my previous visit. I began to realize that this problem had developed over a course of years, rather than a a course of 6 months.

This made me a bit angry with my dentist. My gums should never have been allowed to get into such a state in the first place. They did NOTHING but watch my condition worsen over a course of years. Meanwhile, out of ignorance, I had NO IDEA that something was wrong.

Then they wanted to do this advanced cleaning treatment after letting things get so bad over a course of YEARS. I said, “NO” because I realized that there was what, in my opinion, amounts to GROSS negligence on the part of my dentist.

Then, I went out and found out how to heal my gums and get them to a point where they were no longer bleeding. I wrote a book about this subject as I mentioned above. That book is available at the website.

When I returned to my dentist for the next visit, they seemed a little bit shocked that I was able to get my gums to become healthy again without their expensive, painful and time consuming treatment. LOL.

It is estimated that up to 80% of people have some form of gum disease and bleeding gums is just one symptom of this. Why be one of those people if you don’t have to be.

I can tell you this with great confidence: You will benefit from the information in my book. I also guarantee that you will learn things that your dentist NEVER told you.

Get the book. Try it. It is risk free because you can get your money back if you aren’t absolutely delighted.

Read the Details about What You Should Know about Gum Disease

Warm Regards,

David Snape
Author: What You Should Know about Gum Disease

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*This post is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease. If you have or think you might have gum disease or any other health related problem, you should contact your physician or dentist for proper diagnosis, advice and treatment. The FDA has not evaluated statements about this product.

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