- Oral Health
One Simple Trick that Could Cut Your Dentist Bills by 50%
Here's Where Your Money Slips Away
Have you ever stopped to consider exactly what happens each time you go for a regular check-up with your Dentist ?
Oftentimes your denstist has a good look around your mouth - makes a few notes - congratulates you on your flossing - and finds nothing to do.
However, the major part of your regular dental visit is the part where a dental hygenist cleans away the plaque that has built up on your teeth. You walk out the door with smooth shiny teeth feeling satisfied that the expense was justified and a good job has been done.
But how often would you need to visit your dentist if your plaque build-up was seriously reduced - or simply didn't exist ?
Here's Another Way You Could Regularly Be Giving Unnecessary Money to Your Dentist
Increasing numbers of adults suffer from a variety of gum problems. Although gum disease might start with bad breath or sore gums - it can easily deteriorate into more serious problems that could include loss of teeth.
You might end up paying your dentist to treat and advise you on dealing with a range of oral health issues - that can include:
- Sore and bleeding gums.
- Bad breath (Halitosis)
- Receding gums.
- Periodontal disease.
The full list of these potential problems is a long one - but the main issue here is - although your dentist can help you live with these problems - he/she doesn't have a permanent 'cure' for any of them.
So you'll be back again and again for ongoing treatment - which seems a little unfair - when a low-cost permanent cure is available to you right now.
You Might Say - "I Brush Regularly Twice a Day. I Floss at Bedtime and Use a Mothwash - So How Could I Possibly Get Gum Disease and Bad Breath ?"
You're doing all the right things - but using products that work against you.
Toothpaste is a cocktail of chemicals that includes nasty additives such as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) which makes lots of lovely bubbles in your mouth. And so it should - it's also a key constituent of industrial products like engine degreasers, floor cleaners, and car wash soaps. It's also widely used as a skin irritant in laboratory trials.
Mouthwash typically contains high levels of alcohol (to give it that 'zing') and there are now international concerns in published papers about the potential for oral cancer from continued use of commercial mouthwashes.
Regardless of what the glossy adverts say - the long-term use of these chemical products is a major contributing factor to the build-up of plaque and the weakening of your gums. Regular brands of toothpaste can also be responsible for painful mouth ulcers and canker sores.
"By How Much Could You Slash Your Family's Dental Costs if You Could Do All of This ?"
1) If you could reduce or eliminate the plaque on your teeth - you would need fewer visits to the dental hygenist.
2) If you could better protect yourself and your family against the potential for gum disease and disorders, such as receding gums, you would save money there too.
3) If you could successfully cure at home any existing bad breath and gum disease - no matter how severe the problem - you would save significant dental costs there as well.
You may be surprised to hear that you can do all of these things by simply changing what you put on your toothbrush each day.
Sounds Laughably Simple . . . but Most of the Best Ideas Are !
Your mouth (and everybody else's mouth) is full of harmful bacteria. This bacteria breeds and multiplies non-stop.
These micro-organisms feed off minute food particles and then excrete foul-smelling sulferous deposits into your mouth. This is the major cause of bad breath in the adult population. Most sufferers have no idea they have bad breath - and friends and family are usually too polite to tell them.
Worse than that - the bacteria is reponsible for creating the hard plaque that accumulates on your teeth and out of sight under your gums. It is these hard-to-reach plaque deposits that cause pockets to form in your gums. The plaque also causes sore and bleeding gums and receding gums. Left untreated this will deteriorate into more serious forms of gum disease which could ultimately lead to loss of teeth.
The simple solution is to kill the bacteria.
And continuing daily to kill the bacteria is also a crucial part of the scheme.
This will promote good oral health and stop bad breath. It also halts the production of plaque which will in turn shut down and reverse any signs of gum disease.
- No bacteria would result in instant fresh breath.
- No plaque would mean fewer visits to the dental hygenist.
- No gum problems means no costly ongoing dental treatments.
- All this would mean significantly lower dental bills.
Question - "But how do I effectively kill the bacteria thru a full 24 hours ?"
Here's Your Easy Money Saving Solution !
Proprietary brands of toothpaste and mouthwash bought over the pharmacy counter don't help. In fact their chemical formulas add to your family's problems over time.
Some while back I suffered from bad breath and the early signs of gum disease and I took a keen interest in dental care and the various products on the market. After a lot of research (and luck), I discovered a natural product called OraMD which completely changed my life.
It cured all my problems extremely quickly.
(To read my OraMD story follow this link > > > "How OraMD Worked for Me")
"What is OraMD and How Does OraMD Work ?"
OraMD is a natural product made entirely from pure essential oils. The OraMD formula has been scientifically designed to kill oral bacteria and promote good oral health over the long-term. Because OraMD doesn't contain any artificial additives or performance enhancing drugs it is therefore completely safe for all your family.
As a toothpaste and mouthwash replacement - OraMD works like this:
Each drop of OraMD® helps clean your teeth, gums and mouth of bacteria causing germs, plaque build up and bad breath. Gum disease is caused by plaque, a sticky film of bacteria that constantly forms on the teeth.These bacteria create toxins that damage the gums and frequently causes receding gums and pockets .
OraMD® is a blend of oils. It gets under your gum line, down in the pockets between your gums and teeth, and does not wash away like other products. It lingers in those nooks and crannies and does not allow the bacteria to re-enter those areas so your body is healthier and better able to heal itself - as it does naturally.
Creating perfect oral health is the simple secret to this whole plan to dramatically cut your dental bills.
"Sounds Good . . . What Should I Do Next ?""
Clearly the decision is entirely yours.
However, if you have read this far - you are obviously serious about saving money on your dental bills and improving your oral health.
If so - these are your next steps:
- Read the comments below from OraMD customers (Many full testimonials can be viewed by following the website link further down this page).
- Watch the video clip from Dr Tom McGuire.
- Follow the link below to order OraMD and collect your copy of Dr. Tom McGuire's book.
These Extracts from Customer's Letters Show the Diversity of Benefits from Regular Use of OraMD
To read many more OraMD customer testimonials in full - follow this link > > > OraMD Testimonials
Dr. Tom McGuire Endorses OraMD as a Major Contributor to towards Reducing Oral Health Issues
Dr. Tom McGuire is the world's foremost authority on preventive dentistry.
For over 30 years, he has been at the cutting edge of innovation. He has been a leader in dental wellness and is considered to be one of the foremost authorities in the area of mercury amalgam fillings and mercury detoxification.
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