Can I use the Toothpowder since I have sensitive teeth, and will it help?
Firstly, according to the American Dental Association, there are several reasons you could have tooth sensitivity. They are:
- Tooth decay.
- A cracked tooth.
- Worn tooth enamel.
- Worn fillings.
- Or tooth roots that are exposed as a result of aggressive tooth brushing, gum recession, or periodontal (gum) disease.
Let’s look first at worn tooth enamel and exposed tooth roots. Both of these issues are caused by us literally “scrubbing our mouths”. As a result, wearing out the tooth enamel and causing receding gums.
We need to gently BRUSH our mouth using a soft toothbrush. Holding the brush at a 45% angle, brushing the upper teeth down and the lower teeth up, including the gums.
It is also suggested that for those who find it difficult to brush gently, you hold the toothbrush with your thumb and pointing finger.
Gum disease will be healed over time with the use of Restore dental therapy Toothpowder and Mouthwash.
Does the Restore Toothpowder help with shaking teeth?
The answer is positively, absolutely 100 percent YES!
When I began to use the Toothpowder I had no less than 8 teeth that I counted that were shaking. That scared the crap out of me. I dreaded the thought of having no teeth. It was really scary.
After using the Toothpowder for some time one by one my teeth stopped shaking and I lost no further teeth. We have specifically included ingredients to stop that very thing and many have experienced great success as a result of using both our Toothpowder and mouthwash.
By strengthening the gum we are able to reverse the condition of loose teeth, when many, including dentists, would tell you that it is not possible and that your only choice is to pull them out.
How often do I need to brush daily for dental health?
We have been told that ideally we should brush after each meal, or at least twice a day. However, those guidelines were not given based on any science as we believe.
There is no science that shows that we need to brush twice a day. It is simply a marketing tool that the toothpaste industry uses to increase its revenue.
When the shampoo industry wanted to increase its profit it simply added one word. What word is that? That word is one that you would find on every shampoo bottle and it is – repeat. With that simple word, they were able to double their profits.
It is the same rule that the toothpaste industry emulates. If after brushing your mouth, after your final meal, and upon rising you have bad breath, then you have a health issue. The symptoms of which you are merely masking by brushing in the morning upon rising.