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The Phillips Blotting Brush and Technique Dr Phillips had developed the unique Blotting Brush and the associated method of cleaning: the Blotting Technique in the late 1960´s. The Blotting Brush The unique feature of a Blotting Brush is their hollow bristles that have capillary action to draw plaque and debris from teeth and gums. WEAPONS OF PLAQUE DESTRUCTION The Blotting Technique The Blotting Technique lifts and holds plaque in the brush so that it can be removed. Whereas brushing moves the plaque around the mouth and under the gums, the Blotting Technique is the only proven dental hygiene method that actually removes it from the mouth. The...

Suffering from gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is no laughing matter. Your breath will smell terrible, you will be at a higher risk for heart disease, and advanced gum disease can lead to tooth loss. Bills for dental care can be sky-high, so it can be difficult to get it treated once you have it. Doesn’t sound great, does it? However, blotting gives people the option of having a cure for gum disease without all the high bills and visits to the dentist. Surely not? How? Gum disease is caused by plaque, and regular brushing simply can’t get rid of it...

Why is it that with all the technically advanced toothbrushes, toothpastes and mouthwashes available today, the incidence of gum disease and tooth decay is higher than ever before? We even see young children suffering from gum disease. WHY??? There are three main reasons 1. The food we eat today is so lacking in nutrients that we derive far less benefit from it then our ancestors. Carbonated drinks, juices (apple juice as a pH of only 2), sugary food, processed food and artificial sweeteners all add to this burden. 2. The daily cleaning habits are often insufficient in removing harmful bacteria from teeth, gums and tongue...

According to new research gum disease carries a higher risk of causing a stroke than diabetes. People are twice as likely to suffer from a non-fatal stroke as a result of gum disease compared to diabetes. Until recently high blood pressure and diabetes were widely accepted as major risks contributing to non-fatal stroke. The research puts the impact of gum disease on the same level as high blood pressure as an independent risk factor associated to non-fatal stroke. Source: Dental Tribune UK Edition April 18 – 24 2011 Get blotting brushes for you and your family to avoid gum disease in the first place.  ...

How much is a dental cleaning? Dental cleaning and ensuring your teeth are in a good condition is of a vital importance. Failing to clean your teeth will have massive implications for your health and will prove costly in dental treatments. The market nowadays is saturated with bad advice on how to properly clean your teeth. If you are wondering how much is a dental cleaning? Then look no further as at Tooth Wizards, we aim to help our customers save money on our range of dental cleaning products and expert advice. Dental cleaning and the pitfalls Despite modern advances and improvements in...