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Review of Tooth Soap

Updated on October 29, 2014

Are You Suffering With Bleeding, Receding Gums or Bad Breath?

Don't dismay, there is hope. And it may not all be your fault. If you have been diagnosed with gingivitis (gum disease) or periodontal disease, there are steps you can take to reverse this disease and transform your mouth and your life.

Have you ever thought that part of the problem could be in the tooth cleaner you have been using for years?

Toothpaste contains abrasive ingredients that only coats your teeth and prevents them from re-enamalizing. After years of using regular toothpaste, there is a good chance the enamel is worn down. Inflammation and bleeding gums are the result.

Fortunately, there is a Natural and Safe alternative.

Dr. Gerard Judd, chemist and researcher for 18 years, highly recommends using soap? SOAP! Yes, you read that correctly. Dr. Judd says, "BAR SOAP is the only effective cleanser for teeth. Soap takes oils and other items off the teeth quickly leaving them perfectly clean. Toothpastes, all of them, with 60% glycerin in them require over 20 washes to remove it, thus leaving the teeth with a coating at all times. Soap takes only 2 rinses and it is off. "

Having dealt with gum issues for years myself and reluctant to undergo surgery, I decided to do some research and came across Tooth Soap®.

Never heard of Tooth Soap® before? This is a great secret just itching to get out. Read on and be prepared for some new answers for an age old problem.

Facts About Tooth Decay:,

** Teeth need to re-mineralize in order to stay heathly, decay is simply caused calcium and phosphate ions leaving the tooth.

** The acids and toxic waste products leach these minerals right out of the tooth and they go into the solution in the saliva -- saliva normally has high concentrations of calcium and phosphorus in it when a person's diet and everything else is healthy.

When these calcium deposits leave the tooth structure and they're in solution what's to stop them from being re-deposited? Well, in reality they are being re-deposited.

** When a cavity is forming some of the calcium and phosphorus ions are going away and some are being re-deposited.

** If calcium and phosphorus are going away faster than they're being re-deposited, then the cavity is getting bigger.

** If calcium and phosphorus are being deposited faster than they're being leached out of the tooth, then it is healing.

excerpt from Tooth Soap.com

So, what is in Toothsoap? Glad you asked. Keep reading!

Tooth Soap® liquid contains only saponified organic extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, filtered water and essential oils. Tooth Soap® cleans teeth and gums perfectly, removing oils and other contaminants from the teeth so that teeth can re-mineralize from nutrients in the diet.

Gum Disease Can Creep Up On You - Don't let this happen to you!

Tooth Soap® SPEARMINT WHIP in the new Airless, No Waste Pump!
Tooth Soap® SPEARMINT WHIP in the new Airless, No Waste Pump!

I started using Tooth Soap® a couple months ago.

I recently went to the dentist for my regular cleaning,

although due to appointment changes it was a year

after my last visit. The first thing the technician said

was "Wow, you have no plaque buildup after a whole

year! That is great!" They told me I am one of the rare

people who can set appointments a year apart, so

obviously that more than pays for the cost of the

Tooth Soap®. Now I am going to buy the new Whip

to convert my 8 year old daughter. Wish me luck!"

 
Tooth Soap® Tooth Brightener
Tooth Soap® Tooth Brightener

Great stuff that really whitens your teeth noticeably in one brushing

 

Start Today With 3 Simple Steps

This is your prescription for perfect teeth and gums

Step 1 -THE ONLY WAY TO CLEAN YOUR TEETH

Stop using ALL toothpaste , whether or not it contains fluoride. That goes for the "natural" tooth pastes and the gels or rinses that you are using as well. Natural tooth pastes have glycerin as one of the main ingredients and glycerin coats the teeth and prevents re-enamelization.

Step 2 - TREAT YOUR TEETH LIKE YOUR MUSCLES

Enamel is a FLEXIBLE polymer of basically calcium phosphate. Your teeth are living and building and being torn down daily, just like your muscles. This means you must help them build every day, so they will be strong for the rest of your life.

Dr. Judd also suggests 4 daily supplements for strong teeth: The amounts indicated are for a 165-pound person.

1) Take 1,000 mg calcium with vitamin D

2) Take 1/6 teaspoon of monosodium phosphate in 1 inch water

3) Take 4,000 mg of vitamin C

4) Take the RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) of all vitamins and minerals.

The best vitamin and mineral supplements will be from whole food sources. Micro Plant Powder Super Food is an excellent supplement for preserving teeth and gums.

Step 3-Nourishing Correctly From The Inside Out

Your health begins with what you put in your mouth. Eat only organic eggs, raw cheeses, yogurt, or kefir for good food supplements for calcium. Therefore, eat only whole foods unprocessed and in their natural form to nourish your teeth everyday.

Join the Green Smoothie Revolution! and learn how to incorporate greens easily into your diet by drinking green drinks!

Poor Dental Hygiene May Account for Poor Health

By Yvonne Takhtalian

Bright white teeth and fresh breath does not necessarily mean you have a healthy mouth! General health is directly related to gum health. Gum disease has been linked to several medical conditions such as stroke, diabetes, heart attack and worsening lung disease. Healthy gums can reduce a person's biological age by up to 6.4 years. Why? Because studies show that the presence of periodontal diseases, most common in people with tooth loss, actually affects longevity. The best of these studies, done at Emory University in conjunction with the Centers for Disease Control, indicates that people with gingivitis and periodontal disease have a mortality rate that is 23% to 46% higher than those who don't. Keeping your gums clean and healthy may help reduce the risk of many illnesses, including heart disease.

Gum Disease

Gum disease or periodontal disease, a chronic inflammation and infection of the gums and surrounding tissue, is the major cause of about 70 percent of adult tooth loss, affecting three out of four persons at some point in their life. Red swollen and bleeding gums characterize gum disease in the initial stages and progresses to infections, chronic inflammation and bone loss in later stages. Eventually bacteria are allowed to flow freely through your gums and into your blood stream that activates and stresses the immune system.

Heart Attack

Research shows that people with gum disease are 25% more likely to have a heart attack. Bacteria originating from the gums to the veins and arteries cause plaque build up and arterial inflammation that can provoke jeopardous clotting. A 12-year study conducted by Harvard University researchers and 41,000 healthy men free of cardiovascular disease showed that those with periodontal disease had more clot related strokes.

Diabetes

Periodontal disease severely affects the control of blood sugars. The spread of bacteria throughout the body through the blood stream stresses and confuses the body when trying to adjust sugars to the invasion. Antibiotic treatment has help diabetics control blood sugars while treating the infections caused by gum disease.

Lung Infections

Breathing in oral bacteria caused by gum disease can cause lung infections. Bacteria that grow in the oral cavities can be breathed into the lungs to cause respiratory disease such as pneumonia.

About the Author

Yvonne Takhtalian, C.N.H.P, H.I. spent the past 10 years developing and improving Vita-Myr Natural Products helping thousands like you heal gum disease and gingivitis. She just released a new line of 100% Natural Vita-Myr Soaps to compliment her Vita-Myr Mouthwash & Toothpaste. Find out more about effective natural relief of gum disease at http://www.vitamyr.com/ or email questions/comments to Yvonne at mailto:vitamyr@mindspring.com

Copyright © 2004 Vita-Myr® International Inc All rights reserved. Natural Products For Healthy Living®

Save Thousands On Dental Bills!

Does your toothpaste offer this?

Tooth Soap® is designed to improve your dental check-ups, not remove them. And we recommend that you always consult your doctor or dentist before starting any new medical or dental protocols. We also recommend getting a good professional cleaning first, then maintaining those results by brushing regularly with Tooth Soap®.

Once you start practicing this natural approach to dental

hygiene, you may well never have to visit a dentist again.

Your teeth, gums, and mouth will feel and taste fresher

than you can imagine. 'I also just tried the tooth soap

for the first time and it is wonderful. Thank You so much

for making this product.' -- Nancy Kelley

The Quality and Value of Toothsoap

Here is your chance to tell us what you think about Tooth Soap

Is the quality and value there enough for you to want to buy and continue to buy?

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What Others Are Saying About ToothSoap

I started using tooth soap a year ago and I LOVE IT!!! At that time I noticed that it only took one week to wash away the tartar and calculus buildup that I had on many of my teeth. (It had been three years since I had the money for a dental appointment.) I also noticed that my mouth did not feel "fuzzy" after sleeping. Interestingly enough, the number of colds that my children and I caught also diminished.

She's Extremely Happy With Tooth Soap®

Janet writes, 'Just to let you know that I'm extremely happy with the tooth soap and accompanying booklet. What an eye (or mouth!) opener.

'Immediately after the first use my teeth looked like they'd been whitened. Within a day a toothache that had been rearing its ugly head disappeared.

'As an added bonus my lifelong sensitive teeth are much less bothersome. Also, I mistakenly cleaned my teeth with toothpaste the other day, and it tasted disgusting!'


What Do You Think? - Is Tooth soap worth trying?

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      RapidWhiteSmiles 4 years ago

      Hi, great lens, some wonderful information, I'd not heard of tooth soap before.

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      DramaticWhitening 4 years ago

      Great lens, thanks for sharing. Looks like a great product, you got a squidlike from me :-)

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      AgingIntoDisabi 5 years ago

      I've thought about trying tooth soap, but wondered if it were any good. Thank for your review!

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      Sharron Calvin 5 years ago from San Luis Valley, Colorado

      @Shades-of-truth: Glad to hear you are receiving good results with Toothsoap. It is such a healthier way to take care of our teeth.

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      Emily Tack 5 years ago from USA

      I had to stop by again, and tell you that I have only been using tooth soap for a few days - not weeks, days - and in the morning, no fuzzy "morning breath"! I also noticed that my gums are pink, and food does not stick to my teeth like it used to. Tooth soap is wonderful, and wish I had known about it years ago!

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      Emily Tack 5 years ago from USA

      I am thinking about switching to tooth soap, and really enjoyed what you had to say about it. Thanks - great Lens!

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      howtocurecancer 6 years ago

      Blessed by a SquidAngel.

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      e-xplorations 6 years ago

      Very informative lens. I want more! Thank you more please...

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I love the Tooth Soap. I have celiac Disease and finding a toothpaste that does not irritate or cause sores in my mouth is such a God send. I do not have blood, I do not have sores, I have a fresh clean taste and look....... My gums have been very healthy.

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      Sharron Calvin 7 years ago from San Luis Valley, Colorado

      Yes! My teeth always feel clean now and the tooth brightener has worked well also. My teeth are much whiter.