This is a blend of the essential oils of Peppermint, Almond and Spearmint.
I’ve seen peppermint pop up in some other oral care products for gum health too.
The idea is that this blend will help you kill the bacteria that cause gum disease / gingivitis and bad breath.
One bottle will last you approximately three months. I have found that to be true. In fact, sometimes a bottle lasts me a lot longer.
I just use two or three drops on my tongue or a tooth brush and either swish the mixture in my mouth or brush with it.
It mixes with your saliva and that two or three drops really turns into something. You can taste the power in the formula.
If you read some of the testimonials, you’ll see quite a few happy people. It is fun to read what they have to say about the product.
The bottle has a spill proof top that really works! I can carry the bottle around in my pocket all day long under the roughest of activities and it has never leaked. Not many products can boast of that.
Anyway, at the time of this writing they are having a nice special .
Background: Gingivitis starts out as a mild inflammation. Bleeding gums may be evident when you brush or floss at this point. Gingivitis can move into various stages of gum disease a.k.a periodontal disease. All three terms, gum disease, periodontal diseases and gingivitis are various stages of the same disease.
Another word for the inflammation of the gum tissue is periodontitis. This literally means ‘inflammation of the periodontal tissue”. As you may have surmised by now, periodontal means the flesh that surrounds the tooth.
Swollen gums are another symptom of diseased tissue. When gingivitis progresses to gum disease, you may start to see receding gums. This is something to avoid at all costs. Currently, there is not much that can be done to return the tissue short of surgery. Therefore it is very important to keep your gums healthy and well.
If things progress to far, you will find the teeth begin to get loose. Before this happens, you should be under the care of a periodontist. A good one can help you avoid tooth extraction or help to ‘save’ the tooth – prevent it from falling out! You may or may not even have a toothache. That is one reason that gum disease is so insidious, it really sneaks up on you. If you are not on your guard, it can really progress and leaving you wondering, “What happened”?
Periodontics is simply the profession, made up of periodontists who are concerned with the treatment of these periodontal diseases. Take good care of your teeth now and you may never need a receding gum treatment (surgery). Read the oradrreviews.
However, I want to warn you that simply using a product that kills bacteria may not be enough to avoid future gum treatments. You must focus on the mechanical, daily disruption of plaque.
To learn more about this I have created a free report entitled: How To Stop Gum Disease. For more in depth information about stopping gum disease and trying to prevent gum recession treatment, read the book: What You Should Know about Gum Disease.
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Avoiding advanced gum disease is very important to your dental health – not to mention towards keeping your own teeth. There is no need to scare you with gum disease pictures because you have probably already seen those! Make your gums healthy again. At the online dental health store, you will find many useful tools. Any purchase from this page or from that store entitles you to a free copy of What You Should Know about Gum Disease in digital (e-Book) form. You will literally read it from the comfort of your own computer desk!
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