Posts Tagged ‘hydro floss’

HydroFloss Review

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Hi David,

Just wanted to let you know about my success! Thanks to finding you through Twitter and ordering the Hyrofloss, my gums are healing very nicely. I actually had an abscess that came on so quickly. It was gross and painful. I have to admit I had gotten lax on the irrigation on my gums and that was a big mistake! However, I am back on track now.

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Anyway, I am proof that the hydrofloss works. I signed up for the Toothy Grins Shareasale links and banners. Your book has some great articles at the end and I will enjoy sharing this with the public. Also, I would be interested in the other resources for promotion that you mentioned on our call.

Sharron Calvin

My Reply

Hi Sharron,

I’m delighted to hear of your success with the Hydro Floss! And thank you for the kudos on my book as well.

Yes, those articles can be used to inform the public about the problem of gum disease and what they can do about it at home. There are special rules for using those articles but they are clearly listed in the book.

I hope that more people can learn about the power of the HydroFloss to help them with their dental health

This problem of gum disease, as you know is a very big problem. One of the complicating factors is that many people have it but they do not think they do or they believe that they don’t because their dentist has never said anything to them. Unfortunately, as one dentist put it: “Many people are headed for gum surgery and do not even know it.” That is for sure.

Periodontal care is a multi-billion dollar business. If you have ever visited the lobby of a periodontist you may begin to realize how true that is. At any rate Sharron – thank you for sharing your thoughts and experience with the Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator

-David

Oral Irrigation Can Save Your Dental Health…

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

HydroFlossCI find it to be surprising the number of people I hear from and the benefits they get from oral irrigation. However, these folks are not just using any old oral irrigator.

Irrigators are not all created equal. Some have a special technology that allows them to reduce more plaque build up than others.

The principle behind reducing plaque is very simple. Actually, reducing it isn’t actually the goal, although reducing it does help.

You see, plaque is a very mundane term for something that is a bit more insidious when explained. Plaque is a alive! It is a living biofilm made up of a number of substances, the worst for us being bacteria.

The plaque creates a problem for us human beings. Since it is a film, it produces a more or less airtight space. It is in this space that something terrible happens. Some bacteria, when they do not have oxygen, revert to a form of metabolism called ‘anaerobic’.

This form of metabolism is harmful to the human host because of the toxic byproducts that come from it. These acidic, toxic substances can harm our dental enamel and our gum tissue.

This explains the reason why you have been told to brush and floss daily. Trouble is, that may not be enough. The proof is in what dental health care professional and public health workers know. Statistics say that up to 75% of people have some form of gum disease in their mouth right now!

It is staggering when you think about it. Most people brush, fewer floss, but even if you do both, you may be headed for trouble.

Gum disease can lead to tooth loss and researchers suspect that it can lead to many systemic diseases such as heart attacks and stroke.

Learn more about the ‘best’ oral irrigator.

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Read more on the topic of gum disease.

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* I am not a doctor or a dentist . This article is for information purposes only and does not intend to render advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you have or think you might have a health problem of any kind, including but not limited to dental disease, you must visit your doctor or dentist for advice, diagnosis and treatment. The USFDA has not evaluated statements about any products mentioned herein, on my websites or in regards to any communication of any sort that you might receive from me.

Interesting Story Involving the Hydro Floss…

Friday, December 11th, 2009

This is the story of an interesting call that I received. I

I have been selling the Hydro Floss at the Toothy Grins Store for a few months and I receive a call from a man in Michigan. He just heard about the Hydro Floss from his dental hygienist a few days prior.

However, the REALLY interesting part is that this gentleman works in public health! He said he has two good friends that he went to college with. One is an oral surgeon and the other is a periodontist.

After he brought up the Hydro Floss to them. They both said they personally use it. I thought that was interesting and telling all by itself.

But what he said next really got me thinking. He said that the oral surgeon also uses the Pocket Pal Jet Tips as a PREVENTIVE measure to protect her gum health!

I thought I would share that interesting tidbit because I think it reveals a new secret to using the hydro floss that many have not thought of.

David Snape Author: What You Should Know about Gum Disease

When Do You Use The Hydro Floss?

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

Question:

David,

I hope you received my last email. I did get your book and I am using the hydrofloss. It works terrific and your book is great.

I have a question. Do you brush you teeth first and then use the hydrofloss? I have been using the hydrofloss first then flossing & brushing.

Thanks again for your book.

Lynn

Answer:

Hi Lynn,

Great question. I use the Hydro Floss once, then I brush and floss and use the perio-aid and then I hydrofloss again it again…

Since brushing and flossing are for breaking up the plaque, you want that bacteria out. That is why I hydrofloss again at the end.

Once the plaque and bacteria is loosened up, you don’t want it floating around in your mouth. Therefore, I also use the hydrofloss at the end of my routine.

Hope that answered it.

David

 

Lynn’s Reply:

Thanks for replying so fast. That sounds like a good way to do it. I know my mouth feels so refreshed after using the hydrofloss.

Lynn