It’s a fact… 98% of Americans have some form of active oral disease.
Tooth decay and gum disease are at the top of the list.
How is this possible if we brush and floss everyday like we’ve been taught?
If what we’ve been taught to do was working, wouldn’t these statistics be much, much lower?
Thankfully, once we realize that options exist, stopping tooth decay and gum disease from continuing to destroy our oral health and undermine the health of the whole body becomes easy.
Even if you:
- have a mouthful of active cavities
- haven’t been to the dentist for fear of what they might say
- have a root canal
- have mercury ‘silver’ fillings
there is hope. Once we become aware that strategies exist how we can take control of our oral health, in many cases, we can actually reverse the damage in the mouth caused by years of neglect or misinformation.
If you are ready to walk your path to be free from tooth decay and gum disease, welcome. Below you will find helpful resources to assist you to be free from tooth decay and gum disease and finally receive an A+ report at your next dental visit.
I have been a happy loyal customer for a few years now. What I love most is my dental appointments are extremely short!! There is very little scraping, no cavities, no problems of any kind. My dental hygienist is so thrilled when she sees me. She praises me and talks about how she is always so surprised to see such a clean mouth consistently!
Thank you so much!
Monica R from Tennessee
Prevent & Reverse
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Please continue to smile.
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With subjects ranging from fluoride and filling materials to best foods to support developing teeth and kids oral hygiene, it’s no wonder that parent’s eyes can glaze over when children and dentistry is discussed.
Where do you start to sort through the messy jumble of conflicting misinformation?