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Gum Disease Book Reveals Secrets

So the big question is, when will What You Should Know about Gum Disease be available for purchase?

I estimate it will be about two or three more months before this revealing book about gum disease is published and available for purchase from major book selling websites.

An older digital version of the book is available for those who cannot wait to find out the bountiful information on gingivitis contained in the book form.

If you are interested in this version, you can get it at the site for the book:
What You Should Know about Gum Disease. Just scroll down to the bottom.

This in itself is a bit of a secret because the digital version of the book is currently selelling for $30 at GingivitisKiller.com.

However, using the special link on the What You Should Know about Gum Disease Book site, you can find it available for your enjoyment for only $9. If you are in Europe, and you do the conversion – it is super cheap at that price.

But if you can wait for the book to come out you should. It is much more up to date than the digital version of the book.

So, if you are having problems with gum disease a.k.a. Periodontal disease, either the current digital version or the newer book version will contain information you likely didn’t know about gum disease.

Are there tools and techniques you can use to fight gum disease that you never thought about and your dentist never told you about?

Answer: You bet, I am confident that it is the case.

Best to find out now, rather than wait.

Plus the digital version of the book will be updated when the book version comes out. They will contain the same information. Anyone who has the older version can then get an upgrade. All you need to do is let me know.

Fight gum disease and prevent it from coming back! Plus learn some neat things that may help you prevent cavities too!

Please note, I am not a dentist and this post and the information in the book are for informational purposes only. If you have or think you have an oral health problem, including gum disease, be sure to contact your dentist or periodontist for diagnosis, advice, and treatment. In addition, the US FDA has not evaluated statements about products in the book or on this website.

My best wishes for the best oral health!

– Dave

Author: What You Should Know about Gum Disease

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