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Blotting Brushes for Teeth & Gums

Tooth Wizards: A Successful Approach To Dental Health

There’s a saying attributed to Mark Twain:

“If you always do what you’ve always done, you will always get what you’ve always got.”

Remember these words when you next brush your teeth. Since you were a child, you’ve been putting some toothpaste on the bristles of your toothbrush, then brushing up and down then side to side for about 45 seconds.

And that was it! By no stretch of the imagination is this cleaning your teeth. Deep down you already know this.

Your teeth make up 10% of your mouth. There’s also your cheeks, gums, tongue, and the roof of your mouth. Best not forget to clean them! Would you ever consider climbing into a shower and washing just 10% of your body?

Even if you clean your teeth twice a day, every day, 90% of your mouth will remain dirty. Every day, dead skin cells remain on the inside of your mouth because they weren’t brushed or cleaned away. Dead skin cells are a cause of gum disease! And the impact is cumulative, every 24 hours a new layer is added.

Think back to when you’ve visited the dentist. You didn’t want to go; you didn’t like it when you were there and you didn’t like being handed the bill as you left. So if the thought of visiting the dentist carries so many negative feelings, isn’t it time to do something positive, right away, before the next appointment looms? Before another layer of dead skin cells is added?

Swearing that that you’ll look after your teeth better “from now on” is an empty promise. Even if you wanted to look after your teeth better, your choices are limited. Ask your dentist what he’d recommend and he’d probably tell you to brush and floss more.

Dr. Joseph Phillips D.D.S. M.S. (1922-2003) Wrote:

“There’s not much information out there that gives people a choice on how to care for their mouths. There’s brushing and flossing and a million different kinds of brushes and toothpastes and flosses with which to do this, which brings us back to the basic brushing and flossing. Bearing in mind that 90% of all adults in the Western world suffer from some sort of gum disease (yes, children too), and most people over 60 have no teeth at all, is brushing and flossing the answer?”

So the commonly recommended options are to carry on brushing and flossing because we don’t know any better. There’s mouthwash too but I wouldn’t recommend using commercial mouthwashes, especially those containing alcohol because of the damage they can do.

If you’re looking to find a better approach to brushing and flossing you need to look outside the proverbial box. There are methods that won’t keep you stuck with the same recurring problem that lead to mercury fillings and gum surgery.

Solving The Problem

During the 1960’s Dr Phillips wondered why his clients kept coming back to him with the same problems. He showed them how to clean their teeth and gums but they weren’t doing it properly.

In his extensive research into the structure of teeth and gums, Dr Phillips established beyond doubt that toothpastes, mouthwash and flossing was not enough. He found that gum disease, tooth decay, tooth loss, cavities, bad breath and much more could indeed be solved and eliminated using a special technique.

Dr Phillips had seen how members of the Masai Tribe broke off twigs from the mustard tree and using the frayed end, cleaned their teeth. Have you ever seen a Masai tribesman smile? There’s a tooth missing in this image but look at the strong, white teeth and healthy gums. You can also see the frayed end of the mustard tree twig.

Dr. Joseph Phillips Blotting Technique puts all other brushing and flossing techniques to shame.

Are You Starting To See Why The Dental Industry Wants To Keep This Information Quiet?

Basing his design of the bristles on this ‘frayed end’ process, his ‘Blotting Technique’ differs from traditional oral hygiene methods because it can, if carried out properly, reduce and even eliminate the need for brushing with toothpaste, using mouthwash and flossing.

Although the Blotting Brush looks much like a traditional toothbrush, the uniquely-textured bristles draw plaque and debris from the gingival crevice. The Phillips Blotting Technique itself is based on a capillary-like action; that is the principle at work when a sponge soaks up liquid or when paint is drawn up into the bristles of a brush. The capillary-like action lifts and holds plaque in the brush so that it can be removed.

However conscientious you may have been in the past, you now know that what you’ve been doing so far is, at best, polishing your teeth. Toothpastes, mouthwash or the latest cleaning gadgets haven’t really been contributing to your oral health. You know this because of the limited results you’ve been getting over the years. Face it – if brushing and flossing really worked, you’d rarely need to visit your dentist!

Change For The Better

If you want to think and act outside the box you need to convert to using Blotting Brushes and/or the smaller, softer bristled MiniBlots right away. Only you can feel the incredible difference for yourself. Then can you exhale and smile with confidence.

Here’s How You Can Try These Brushes Out At NO RISK. If You Don’t Get The Results You Want We’ll Refund Your Money

We Get Lovely Emails All The Time From People Across The World Who Are Stunned At How Effective This Simple Technique Is, Helping Them To:

  • Eliminate gum disease
  • Destroy plaque
  • Prevent the recurrence of gum disease and tooth decay
  • Save huge amounts of money on dental bills, not to mention the potential pain with certain procedures
  • Overcome bad breath
  • Cleans the whole mouth, not just the teeth.

….and much more

I was given a Blotting Brush by a friend who told me that the Blotting Brushes were the only solution to her problems with plaque/gum disease. After watching your videos, I mastered the technique of using the Blotting Brushes and continued to do so for three months, before visiting the hygienist. The hygienist had warned me many times that I needed to take more care with my dental hygiene. I made no mentioned to the Blotting Brushes that I had been using and I asked her to check the areas that needed specific attention in my mouth. In order to show me the problematic areas, the hygienist decided that she would use a disclosing tablet. The hygienist and the dental nurse were so surprised to see that the only place where there was any plaque, was a tooth which is slightly crooked and difficult for me to clean. I am so delighted with the discovery of the Blotting Technique and since I have learnt that they actually do work and do what they say they will do, I have recommended them to all of my friends and family. I would urge everyone to save their natural teeth and start using the Blotting Technique.

I ClementsonHertfordshire

I had periodontal surgery 18 years ago, and at that time my surgeon started my Blotting "routine". It takes a few minutes each day, but I have had no sign of gum disease since the surgery. Plus I have the benefit of a mouth that feels very clean, all the time. With this Blotting Brush, and the proper routine, a person can keep periodontal disease completely at bay!

Brad Richardson

Thank you for taking so much time to answer my questions, explain things to me and for all the information. You were helpful and now I know that possibly some of my qualms about typical dental care were right. Now, I have some hope.

Deborah Turner

I didn’t start blotting immediately; I kept putting it off. After waking a few times with face ache, I wondered if it was from brushing bacteria into my gums and so began the Blotting Technique. Not surprisingly, it stopped the face pain (which I have had a lot of) and I haven't had it since. My bleeding gums have also stopped as have the night sweats that I thought were menopausal or tonsil stones, so I would imagine I am saving my immune system a lot of work by adopting this excellent technique.

Janine G.Hampshire

My husband and I are very impressed with the Blotting Brushes. My teeth have never felt so clean and smooth. It's quite remarkable. I decided to get them after having a row with a dental hygienist who made my mouth bleed so much I was spitting out clots - not good for me! I'm an alternative healthcare therapist and I'm for a gentle natural approach to alleviate all conditions. I will be recommending the blotting brushes to everyone.


Before I started using your brushes (about 3 months ago) my dentist (no longer) told me that I need to have all my teeth out and the gums cut by surgery to remove the affected parts. Thanks to the Blotting Brushes, my gums are now at least 70% stronger and getting better every day. This is a simple technique with such far reaching health benefits. With many thanks for your very kind help.

Tina BNSW, Australia

What can I say? Simply fantastic! We are all 6 (my wife, myself and our four children) delighted with blotting our teeth instead of brushing them. Even our baby who just had her first two teeth lately! Milk teeth are, indeed, as important as permanent ones, no doubt. Our elder children spotted the difference after blotting for only a short while.

Michaël DROUINFinlande

I received yesterday the brushes and already after using them once the teeth feel so smooth and clean like or even better then after cleaning them at the dentist!

Paola BSedona

I’ve only been using the brush for a couple of weeks. I have teeth with hardly any gaps in between, flossing never worked properly, I got nagged by the dentist every time I went to see her. Today I went, she said, "You have absolutely no plaque at all!" I love these brushes, you can blot when watching TV or reading. It's quite addictive! And relaxing! I am spreading the word. I tried to explain to my dentist but she wasn't interested.

Kathleen FlanaganStockton on Tees

I've been using the Blotting Brushes now for about a month and I'm very surprised how well they work ! There is almost no plaque on my teeth and I no longer use any toothpaste or other conventional brushes anymore. My gums cling very tightly onto my teeth. I'm very happy ! I don't have major gum or teeth problems, but I want to prevent these problems in the future.

Maya DFrance

I am very pleased with the brushes which I have been using for a while and my mouth feels very clean. However, my last visit to the dental hygienist provided the proof – she said that she had never seen my mouth so clean and agreed that the brushes worked much better than floss for me.

C MaxwellScotland

“I feel secure in now again having a source of the Blotting Brushes…Please feel free to use my endorsement of the Blotting Brush. I am 79 years old, and I have all my teeth but one. I started using the Blotting Brush in 1976”

Elizabeth Johnson

“I used a Blotting Brush this morning for the first time (without toothpaste), following the instructions from your book. My gums and teeth felt better than they have in ages after just one session”


“My teeth now feel clean (bliss), my mouth is so much better at night, which means I can now sleep right through. So thank you very much, from now on I’ll be spreading the word to my family & friends”

S. JoinerTruro, England

“My mouth feels really clean all day. I wish I have known about them years ago. I doubt I would have gum recession now. I highly recommend this product for everyone”

Sharon HulmeWest Sussex, England

“I just wanted to tell you that I have cancelled 2 appointments with the dentist, and made an appointment with the hygienist. She said my gums were fine! Yippee. My gums have certainly improved, and they have returned to their proper place, moving down towards the teeth.”

Martha RayPortugal

“Both the Hygienist and the Dentist were shocked that there was no 'Plaque' - I then explained the brushes and I must confess that I felt good after their conclusions”

Michael Dixon

Blotting Brushes And MiniBlots

Blotting Brush

The Blotting Brush is a 4 row, 41 tuft slender head with a gentle .007″ diameter nylon bristle. A texturing process performed on the ends of the bristles gives them their capillary action.

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The MiniBlot is a smaller version of the Blotting Brush (4 row, 25 tuft slender head) and is great for children as well as adults wanting to reach difficult parts of the mouth. The bristles are even soften than those of the Blotting Brush – vital for those with sensitive gums.

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