Use The Natural Dentist to Help Prevent Gingivitis
As a mom of a toddler, we are always talking about brushing our teeth, having good oral hygiene and other issues of cleanliness.
I recently had the chance to try out a new mouth rinse and I have to tell you, I really like the flavor...
Normally, I use the rinse for the benefits... not for the flavor at all, but with this one, it is for both reasons.
I know that some people are not fans of mouth rinse flavor... but, this is like a mixture of peppermint and cinnamon. The flavor is not overbearing and it doesn't burn like some rinses (they normally contain alcohol and this is all natural.)
Did you know that dentists guess that over 80% of us will have a form of gum disease at some point in our lives? Just look at the information that I received the other day:
You may not know anyone personally that has gingivitis, but you can always take the proper steps to help prevent you from getting it.
The Natural Dentist Healthy Gums Mouth Rinse is clinically proven to:
- Reduce and prevent bleeding gums
- Protects against gingivitis
- Kill germs
- Reduces plaque
- Freshens breath
- Contains Aloe Vera gel as its active ingredient to help prevent bleeding gums
- Also contains other natural medicinal components such as Echinacea, goldenseal, calendula, and grapefruit seed extract that help calm gum inflammation
The Natural Dentist line is powered by nature, proven by science. The Natural Dentist Healthy Gums Anti-Gingivitis Rinse DOES NOT contain alcohol or artificial ingredients, making it natural and healthy for your mouth. However, unlike other natural products, The Natural Dentist tests its products in controlled studies. Universities, oral care experts, periodontists, and dental hygienists continually evaluate the products, ingredients and effectiveness. The Natural Dentist products are not tested on animals; research is conducted with human volunteers and laboratory tests. View research studies, publications and abstracts athttp://www.
While it can happen to anyone, the following raise the risk for developing gingivitis:
§ Poor dental hygiene
§ Pregnancy/puberty/menopause (hormonal changes increase the sensitivity of the gums)
§ Uncontrolled diabetes
§ Genetics/family history (30% of general population susceptible to gum disease)
§ General illness
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