The Phillips’ Blotting Technique is a method of mouth care that actually removes plaque. Plaque is the sticky, white substance that forms on teeth, between them and in the area between the teeth and gums, called the sulcus. Quite simply, plaque is the cause of dental disease. Whereas brushing moves this plaque around the mouth and under the gums, the Phillips’ Blotting Technique is the only proven dental hygiene method that actually removes it from the mouth and this is the key to total oral health for a lifetime.
The Phillips’ Blotting Technique itself is based on capillary 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. Capillary action lifts and holds plaque in the brush so that it can be removed.
Of course, no matter how well you have cleaned the teeth, your mouth still remains 90% dirty, as teeth occupy only 10% of the surface of your mouth, so it is just as important to clean the gums, cheeks, roof, floor and tongue as well. Learn how to eliminate bad breath without mouthwash. The Phillips’ Blotting Technique covers all of this and more.
One of the best ways to preserve a youthful appearance is to maintain healthy teeth and gums.
*According to the American Dental Association, most people (95%) lose their teeth from gum disease and not decay.
ORAL WELLNESS MADE EASY BY DR. J.E. PHILLIPS (FROM HIS PERSONAL NOTES)
As a practicing periodontist, I have seen many people go through periodontal surgery only to have a repeat surgery and lose their teeth anyway. Then they still spend great sums of money to get implants only to finally succumb to dentures, and in many cases, are not able to eat nutritious food due to the inability to chew.
This method of mouth care can insure you good oral health and, in most cases, reverse periodontally affected teeth back to good health even though you have been told by a periodontist that you are beyond any hope of healing. I have known many who had two or more surgeries and were told there was absolutely no way to save these teeth, and 20 years later still experience healthy dentition.
Progressive physicians keep telling you, “you must take charge of your health.” Well, taking care of your oral health is very important toward maintaining your general health.
There is no question that periodontal disease can have a bearing on your general health. For example, if you have gum problems, you will produce a bacteremia (bacteria in the blood stream) every time you chew. This can increase the chances for heart disease, focal infections, arthritis and many other diseases. Your chewing ability or disability can cause many intestinal problems. In fact, there is good reason to believe that if your mouth is healthy and functions well, your complete immune system is strengthened. I’ve had many people tell me that once they learned proper mouth care, many of these so called problems decreased or were eliminated.
In my many years of periodontal practice, I have had patients from many states and many countries come to me because they were told nobody could do anything for them. I always say I can’t heal your periodontal problems, but I can teach you how and help you resolve your problems.
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