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Bleeding Gums and Gum Disease
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Healthy gums are pink
and do not bleed.
What is gum disease?
is characterized by gum redness, changes in the gum, and
bleeding. It is essentially painless.
created when plague (sticky deposits of bacteria,
mucus and food particles) adheres to the teeth,
hardens and irritates the gum.
accumulation of this plague causes the gums to become infected and
swollen. As the gums swell, pockets form between the
gums and the teeth and act as a trap for more plague.
Irritated gums bleed and eventually start to recede.
can be fought by introducing Vitamin C which fights
the formation of plaque.
to do about gum disease problems:
problems need to be addressed before they get worse
and become periodontal disease. Periodontal disease can
create loose teeth and a lot of health problems.
This is due to
the bacteria that comes along with too
key dietary recommendation on gum problems is to avoid sugar.
Sugar is known to significantly increase plaque
accumulation by depleting Vitamin C. Sugar destroys Vitamin C.
Phase out soft drinks. Canned
soda contains excess phosphorus, a mineral that could
lead to the leeching of calcium from your
bones. Calcium is first robbed not from
your hips or spine but from you jaw leading to tooth
of vitamin C, bioflavonoids, calcium, folic acid, or
niacin is related and can make it worse
that improves health overall and the body's ability to
build health will affect the mouth
fruits, and vegetables, and fiber should
be the mainstay of the menu. Vegetables
& fruits enhance enzyme function. Fermented dairy
products, such as yogurt help maintain intestinal
health. Calcium is gotten from food.
Calcium is easier for the
body to digest via vegetables.
C is one nutrient that has a very positive
effect on the mouth. Vitamin C is vital for production of
collagen, the basic protein building block for the
fibrous framework of all the tissues, including gums.
Vitamin C strengthens weak gum tissue and makes the
gum lining more resistant to penetration by
Our Suggestion: A
good form of Vitamin
C that is easy for the body to use as it is
whole food nutrition (food based). This RHP® Vitamin C should be taken per directions or
twice the recommended for gum problems. For more
info (This really is a
different type of C)
is needed to restore any deficiencies which can result in periodontal
disease. Periodontal disease and gum
disorders are forms of osteoporosis of the
It is essential to stop using or
consuming items that cause calcium to become deficient
and or toxic. This includes products such as ice
cream, fruit yogurt, tea, coffee, cigarettes and
calcium to be used needs other nutrients. Read
about the Bone
Treatment for Gum problems:
major cause of all gum, tooth and breath problems are
the overproduction of plaque bacteria and pathogens in
the mouth... a solution would be stopping this bacteria
from forming while at the same time being almost impossible
to wash away, this would be an extremely
The Pro Dental 7 liquid is
easy to apply and takes up only two minutes of your
day (it can be worked in to your normal tooth-brushing
routine). There is a 100% satisfaction money
back guarantee. So you can try it out and see the
results for yourself.
The creator of Pro Dental 7 says this:
started researching countless books and websites when
one day I came across an important document I found in
an old medical journal; it explained how certain
plant extracts could completely kill multiple strains
of bacteria in the mouth, in under 30 seconds...
I excitedly ordered all the extracts and immediately
began my experiments!
After about 5-6 weeks
of formulating different solutions, I'd finished, I'd
created an extremely powerful solution that
would potentially kill the all harmful bacteria and
penetrate deep down inside the gum tissue... I also
made sure the solution wasn't water soluble (unlike
all the other products I'd tried in the past) so
it wouldn't wash away!
brushed my teeth with the new solution and 'WOW' my
entire mouth felt great; after just 2 weeks of use I
was amazed; my
gum infection had cleared up nicely ...
that's when I noticed something else had happened,
something quite special; my teeth were gleaming white, my bad breath was gone, and my gums looked
"I never get bad breath anymore, my gums no longer bleed
when i brush them and they are now pink and
what? I don't need to see the hygienist. The dentist
said that my mouth seems to have had a miraculous
"I no more
have bad breath; gum bleeding has reduced drastically in
just 3 days. In short, it is working great"
-- G, US
Feedback. I have been using it
for 1month plus and yesterday visited dentist. First
time I am told gum looks good! And healthy!!
Thank you so much I was worried I am going
lose my tooth soon. Good job!
I am so impressed with Dental Pro 7 that I sent it to
my three children for their birthdays. I use
it every night before bed and the two teeth that
bothered me for the past year are not bothering me
Active ingredients in one bottle of Dental Pro 7 is
estimated at over 700% more concentrated than the
leading antibacterial dental gel.
The price of
Dental Pro 7 for a 2 month supply for $59.97 + $5 shipping
Yes a professional
dental solution for under $60... you probably can't even get a
dentist to 'look' at your teeth for that price.
Each bottle is 10 ml.
And it's really not expensive if you realize how long it lasts and how it handles the problem. Well, I'd much rather use this as a dental solution and not have to have my teeth "professionally cleaned" every six months. I found this to be true for me.
We Ship to: the USA, Canada, Australia, Asia, South Africa and New Zealand.
Sorry we don't accept orders from Europe.
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(1) Shapiro S,
Meier A, Guggenheim B. The antimicrobial activity of
essential oils and essential oil components towards oral
bacteria. University of Zurich, Switzerland. Oral
Microbiol Immunol. 1994 Aug;9(4):202-8. Read
this clinical reference
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