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Rebuilding a Healthy Mouth -
Addressing Loose Teeth

The first step to a healthy mouth is to handle any irritation, bleeding and puffy gums that comes from bacteria that has been creating this problem (Full info in Periodontal Disease).

Once the mouth is not infected, and gums calmed down and not puffy, you need to rebuild your mouth's health.

In order to rebuild the bone & ligaments that create loose teeth you need to build healthy bones and ligaments.  The body needs minerals.

For Healthy Bone & Ligaments around your teeth.

Collagen C®

Collagen can be found in bones, ligaments, and cartilage. These are all present in the teeth. Collagen C supplies necessary vitamins, minerals, proteins, and enzymes for the healthy support of the connective tissues

Learn more about Collagen C

 

Biost®

Introduced in 1954, Standard Process

Biost contains manganese and veal bone PMGTM extract to support cellular and skeletal health.

  • Provides uniquely derived nucleoprotein-mineral extracts that support cellular health

  • Promotes healthy bone and teeth†

Gluten Free

For Product information and Bone Health Brochure, go to Standard Biost Product Information 

 

Calcifood®

Calcifood supports calcium absorption.   

  • Provides an assortment of minerals, amino acids, and vitamins

  • Helps the body build strong, healthy bones

For Product information, go to Calcifood Product Information

 

Trace Minerals

We recommend these as tooth decay is connected to demineralization of the teeth.  Thus, Trace Minerals


This is just a start and will help the teeth.  Diet is a big factor as well.

More later on this. 

Where can I get these?

Healthcare providers who sell Standard Process

Collagen C®

Biost®

Calcifood®

Dr Berg's Trace Minerals

Or Search  Amazon Standard Process as sometimes seller's change their listings.


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