Can Your Gums Grow Back After Brushing Too Hard?

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Can Your Gums Grow Back After Brushing Too Hard?

Many times we think that by pressing harder the toothbrush we will get a deeper cleaning or so we can eliminate the stains produced by coffee or tobacco, nothing further from the reality, moreover, make this gesture so abruptly has its consequences. Brushing your teeth very hard can cause irreversible damage to the gums and wear away the enamel, brushing harder will not leave more brightness to the tooth. today we will talk about can your gums grow back after brushing too hard!

Sunbathing is great for the skin, since in addition to tanning, it contributes the vitamin D that the body needs. But taking it too long and unprotected can lead to serious health problems, such as skin cancer. Exercising is healthy, but doing too much exercise could lead to sometimes incurable injuries. And the same goes for our oral health when brushing your teeth with great force.

With a strong and vigorous brushing of teeth does not eliminate the tartar and the spots that are forming in our teeth, with the brush we will only remove the plaque and this plate does not need a strong brushing to be removed and which is not adhered like a limpet to our teeth.

Consequences brushing your teeth very hard

  • Do not brush your teeth as hard as that leads to consequences such as receding gums.
  • If the toothpaste you use is too abrasive you will end up wearing the enamel and begin to have tooth sensitivity and even pain, among other diseases.
  • Mouthwashes are necessary after eating or after drinking sugary drinks to eliminate bacteria and microorganisms that cause cavities, as well as avoid unpleasant breath. If you use it very assiduously, you could get to staining your teeth or unbalance the PH from the mouth.
  • In the case of dental floss, it is necessary to use it softly in areas where the toothbrush cannot reach. If you do it aggressively you can damage the gums, which would add problems arising from the gums themselves.

You have to brush your teeth, but you must know how to do it in the most correct way.\

Read Also How To Treat Receding Gums?

What is the right way of brushing?

The brushing should be smooth, just like the brush we use. It is not very advisable to use hard brushes as they are too aggressive for our gums. On the other hand the electric brushes do not have to be pressed, you have to let the brush drag the plaque, but without pressure, because you will not get rid of tartar with simple brushing, it can only be removed with professional cleaning.

On the other hand, what you can do is pass the brush very softly on the gums as a massage, but never exerting force, this way we also help the removal of the plaque.

And it is that a poorly brushed with too much force can cause you injuries to the gums, bleeding gums and receding gums. Although there are many causes for this happens, one of the most common is because of improper brushing.

Can Your Gums Grow Back After Brushing Too Hard?

The answer is Yes! As brushing too hard can cause receding gums, but you can grow back your gums after brushing too hard. Natures Smile toothpaste for receding gums has been catering dental treatment to the people for over five decades now. The extracts are made up of natural ingredients and guaranteed to regrow receding gums naturally. Also safe use even for kids that aged seven years and above. A regular use of Naturessmile toothpaste will help you to get rid of gum disease, bad breath, gingivitis and many other oral health problems.

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How To Treat Receding Gums Non-Invasively?

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When the bacteria infect your gums, it also damages the bones and tissues that hold the teeth. It encourages the bacteria to grow in the pockets between the teeth. It aggravates the infection that leads to severe gum disease and tooth loss. You must treat gum disease immediately. Gum Recession Treatment Naturally:

Treatment of gum disease or periodontal disease starts with a thorough examination of your gums to provide accurate diagnosis and recommendation. Before the periodontal examination, your dentist will review your medical and dental records. You will need to fill out a questionnaire to identify any particular health concerns and necessary precautions.

How to reverse receding gum line

In a periodontal examination, your dentist: evaluates the teeth and gum line, defines the magnitude of plaque and tartar accumulation and measures the pockets or the spaces between teeth and gums. Deeper pockets will make the infection worse. Dental x-rays may also be required to see the full extent of the damage. After the evaluation of your gums, your dentist will recommend the best treatment for your particular gum disease.

As per the results of the diagnostic test, your dentist will determine whether you need a non-invasive gum disease treatment or not. If non-invasive treatment is not possible, then surgery would be the possible option. Usually, periodontal surgery will depend on the depth of the teeth pockets. If the pockets are less than 5 millimeters deep, non-invasive gum disease treatment is the most suitable option. 

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Non-invasive gum disease treatment involves the following deep-cleaning procedures: –

Scaling removes plaque and tartar deposits that reside above and beneath the gum line and root planning smoothens the tooth roots to eliminate and curb plaque and tartar build up.

Besides a deep-cleaning process, your dentist can treat your infected gum with antibiotic. Antibiotics stop bacterial growth. They come in various forms such as antibiotic tablets or capsules, mouthwash, and topical antibiotics. Some of them are directly applied to your tooth pocket to decrease bacteria culture. After the treatment, your dentist will plan a maintenance program for you to record the responsiveness of the treatment of your gum tissue and to ensure that you practice healthy oral hygiene.

You will also be taught how to keep your teeth and gum cleans. In this program, you will have more frequent checkups and cleanings, possibly once every three or four months.

Naturessmile Gum Balm

If your gum disease is not severe, you can opt for non-invasive methods like Nature’s Smile oral gum balm to treat gum disease. Moreover, non-invasive method of Nature’s Smile is very safe and has no side-effects. After a thorough oral cleaning at home apply Nature’s Smile oral gum balm. Nature’s Smile herbs go deep inside the tooth pockets and wipe out all nasty bacteria. It is not only regrow receding gums back, but also take good care of your oral health.

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Welcome to Perio-cure

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This website, run by Dr Jean-Yves FOURNIER, is dedicated to offering you the most comprehensive and reliable information on how to get rid of gum disease for good.

As you may know, it is a reasonably complex issue, with several aspects to consider. This is why we will not restrict ourselves to the simplistic pieces of advice you certainly have already received: brush and floss your teeth regularly, and remember to bring your money along whenever you pay a visit to your dentist.
This is basically good advice but, to beat gingivitis or periodontitis and keep your gums healthy for the rest of your days, you need to know more.

Here, to put it simple, not only will you learn the best oral hygiene and prevention techniques in detail, but you will also be given the opportunity to determine whether your dentist actually performs modern “gum-friendly” dentistry. These two aspects, your knowledge and the quality of your dentist’s work, are equally critical to your oral and overall health.

“Knowledge and human power are synonymous.”
      Francis BACON

Learn more about gingivitis cure, periodontitis cure and how to have healthy gums…

Frequently asked questions

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Here are the most common questions I am regularly asked about the practical guide ‘How to Beat Gum Disease’.

Why should I buy this particular guide and not another one?

How soon shall I get the first results?

What type of product am I going to receive?

How can I download my guide?

Is the guide ‘How to Beat Gum Disease’ available in bookstores or in hard/soft cover?

Is it safe to buy this practical guide online?

Can I order from anywhere in the world?

Why should I buy this particular guide and not another one?
There are a few other books on this subject but none of them is as comprehensive or effective as ‘How to Beat Gum Disease’. This is due to the fact that I wrote this guide based on my many years of experience studying and treating periodontal diseases. I know exactly how to tackle them. I know what works and what does not. So you can count on your practical guide to help you avoid wasting your time and money.

Furthermore, no other book teaches you how to accurately evaluate the conscientiousness of your dentist. This is essential because the good health of your teeth and gums depends much on the quality of his/her work.

How soon shall I get the first results?
I know this is a pretty obvious statement but it greatly depends on the condition of your gums. To give you a rough idea, if you have moderate gingivitis, you will see an improvement after a couple weeks. If you have moderate periodontitis, the visible signs of gum inflammation will quickly disappear too while the pocket depths should start to decrease after three to four months.

Bear also in mind that the better you stick to the recommendations of your guide, the faster your gums will heal and the greater the outcome will be.

What type of product am I going to receive?
Your practical guide comes as an ebook (electronic book). This is a digital file you can download from the internet and store on your computer. It will be delivered to you in an instant and at no cost.

A number of different ebook formats are available out there:
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Your practical guide comes as a Pdf file because this format is the most universal one. To read it, you can use any free pdf reader, e.g. Adobe Reader or Foxit Reader.

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If you prefer another ebook format, you can convert your Pdf file to Epub or Mobi, but be aware that you might get weird results with the layout of the illustrations. Therefore, make sure to save a copy of the original Pdf file prior to converting it.

How can I download my guide?
Once your secure payment is authorized (which usually takes a few seconds), you will immediately receive an email from, containing a ‘download’ link for your practical guide. Simply click that link. It will open the ‘Save as…’ dialog box. Choose a directory on your computer to save your ebook in, then hit the ‘Enter’ or ‘Return’ key. Once the download is complete, open the directory where you saved your practical guide then double-click the created icon to start reading.

Is the guide ‘How to Beat Gum Disease’ available in bookstores or in hard/soft cover?
Currently the answer is no. It is available only in ebook format from my website. Here are the reasons why:
– ebooks allow quick and easy international distribution. I proudly serve customers in more than 130 countries.
– ebooks are more economical. Since I have no printing costs, I can offer the guide ‘How to Beat Gum Disease’ to you for only $27.97. Plus you pay no shipping charges!
– ebooks are instantly downloadable. When you order your practical guide online, you really do get some instant gratification because you can get started in just minutes.
– ebooks can be downloaded into hand held portable devices. You can read them on the bus or wherever you want.
– ebooks are much greener than paper books. They require no ink, no paper, no warehousing, no packing and no transportation.

If it is really important to you to have a hard copy and you have a good printer, then you can still print your own anyway.

Is it safe to buy this practical guide online?

Absolutely! Extensive anti-fraud measures guarantee the complete security of every transaction. When you order the ebook ‘How to Beat Gum Disease’ from, it is done through a web page using SSL (which stands for Secure Socket Layers). Your credit card details are encrypted and kept private. No third party can ever see them. Furthermore, since it is a one-time transaction, your info is not stored on the internet.

Can I order from anywhere in the world?

Yes. I accept Paypal and credit card payment from internet users worldwide and you can download your practical guide from anywhere.

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About the author

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Hi! I am Jean-Yves FOURNIER. I was born in 1962 in Ussel, a small town in central France. I have been working as a self-employed dentist since 1988. I practice general dentistry but, since the first years of my studies, I have developed a special interest in gum diseases and their treatments. Our gums are indeed like the nurturing foundations of our teeth. When they get diseased, the masticatory apparatus,

phonation function, facial aesthetics and even overall health are under threat.
In 1988, my doctoral thesis focused on the pathogenesis of adult periodontitis. In other words, I studied in detail what happens in our gums, from a biological and biochemical perspective, when they get diseased (absolutely fascinating! Living organisms are pure wonders).

                      Thesis about pathogenesis of periodontitis.

Since then, I have never ceased to study the various periodontal diseases.
After a few years of practicing dentistry, I started to put in place treatment strategies in which verbal communication with my patient holds an essential place. I chose this approach because it allows me to work hand in hand with each patient. After a few sessions, we gel as a team, which is both effective and enjoyable. Obviously we need to talk and listen to each other to achieve this goal. I provide my patient with the necessary technical information, I kind of train him/her to fight against gum disease while also supporting and encouraging him/her. Since communication is a two-way road, information must also flow from my patient back to me: I must be attentive to his/her requests, criticisms and suggestions, not only in order to satisfy his/her legitimate expectations but also to constantly improve my own treatment strategies.
Over time, I realized that the more information we share, the more effective my patients become in their daily fight against gum disease. So we spend a lot of time talking. I teach them the proper cleaning techniques, I explain the causes of the disease, I advise them on the use of any particular products, I set out the reasons for my treatment decisions, I describe the procedures I plan to perform, I provide them with regular reports on their gum condition, and so on and so forth. My patients, for their part, describe their sensations, they tell me about their challenges or successes, they suggest changes in procedures, they give me new ideas. Such ongoing exchanges are extremely fruitful. They help my patients improve their skills and motivation and they increase their confidence in their own ability to overcome the disease. This allows us to obtain excellent results.
The idea of writing a practical guide was first mooted to me by a patient of mine (maybe he felt I was over-talkative). This sounded good to me, so I started by making a small booklet containing primarily diagrams. I just used it to better support my argument to my patients. Since I enjoy writing and making illustrations, this booklet gradually further developed and turned into the practical guide I am offering today. It contains all the relevant information I have given to my patients to help them overcome gum disease.
In order to make this guide fully comprehensive, I have added everything you need to know to find a good dentist. Indeed, the quality of the work done in your mouth, including the most common like fillings and scaling, have a major influence on the condition of your gums. So, since you really want a healthy mouth, you need a conscientious dentist. Should it turn out that yours is not, don’t hesitate a second to take your custom elsewhere!

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Unique practical guide by Dr Jean-Yves FOURNIER teaches you how to restore your gums to health and find a good dentist who will really help.

Are you stumped about how to regain — and keep — healthy gums? Have you been unsuccessfully fighting against gingivitis or periodontitis for months or even years?

Please grab a cup of coffee and read on.

Woman wondering how to achieve good oral health.

Allow me to begin with two important remarks:

 — First of all, you certainly have often heard it said that gum diseases are incurable. Perhaps even your dentist told you that. Well, that is simply not true. It is actually a common misconception. You can rid yourself completely of your gum problems, as can anyone. Gum diseases are only incurable when the conditions required for healing are not fulfilled (this is true of all diseases). Below you will see what these conditions are and how to fulfill them.

— The second important point is that, contrary to what certain professionals want you to believe, there is absolutely no need to spend huge amounts of money in order to reattain healthy gums. The truth is that, most of the time, major expenditures are pointless. In fact, many people who are quite well-off financially yet have gum disease. It is not their money which can rid them of gingivitis or periodontitis.

So, how to have healthy gums? Is there a simple solution out there to gum problems?

The answer is: YES, there is a solution for you BUT don’t expect any miracle cure. You can be sure that quick-fix procedures and snake-oil therapies won’t work.

The truth is, in order to get — and keep! — healthy gums, you have to fulfill two requirements:

Woman brushing her teeth the wrong way

  – Firstly, you must know exactly how to take care of your teeth and gums on a daily basis. Obviously, by “take care” I don’t mean haphazard brushing a couple times a day and rinsing with antiseptic mouthwash at night. This method only works for 10 to 15 % of people (in other words, those lucky ones who will never have gum problems, whatever they do). Since you form part of the other 85 to 90 %, you need a more comprehensive, consistent and effective action strategy.

Needless to say, once you know exactly what to do and how to do it, you will have to exercise a minimum of discipline and perseverance, but it is far from insurmountable. It requires no more determination than it does to follow the rules of the road. If you want to have a healthy mouth as much as you want to avoid collisions with other vehicles, you will achieve it without any problems. Moreover, you have excellent reasons for wanting to achieve either, haven’t you? Both for your comfort and your health.

Avoiding gum problems as well as car crashes requires some discipline.

  – Second — and final — requirement to be fulfilled: whatever your teeth and gum problems, from now on you should only entrust your mouth to a ‘perio-aware’ dentist. I will explain that to you below.

Why is gum disease so widespread?

As you may know, adult periodontitis is even the most widespread of all infectious diseases. This does not mean that it is incurable but simply that, for a multitude of people worldwide, at least one of the two requirements I have just referred to is not being fulfilled.
Typically, in poor countries, most people suffering from gum diseases do not have access to either education or medical care or even both. Under these conditions, it is clear that their gums cannot heal.
In developed countries, the situation is quite different. Practically everyone is educated and goes to the dentist. The problem is that, unfortunately, the majority of dental professionals are obsessed with profits. This mindset prevents them from devoting sufficient time to each patient and carrying out good quality work.

Bad dentist working under time pressure

Haven’t you noticed how much of a hurry dentists are always in? They are continually racing against the clock. Believe it or not, some of them go so far as to time each and every procedure they perform. Little wonder then that dentists do not play the role that they should. They never take the time to show you how to really take care of your teeth and gums. They give you some advice but it is way too sketchy. Indeed, this advice caters to the 10 to 15 % of people who will never have gum disease. As far as you are concerned, you are faced with a real health issue but you are left to your own devices. So you get by as best you can. You improvise whereas what you need is support, guidance and encouragement with your struggle against the condition.

Business-oriented dentists cannot provide you with ‘perio-aware’ dental care either. To save time and make more money, they will inevitably take liberties with the rules of dentistry. They will only do shoddy, quick work on certain dental procedures, and will simply “forget” about some other ones. However, they will not fail to firmly recommend you undergo the most costly operations, even should you have no need of them.

So, what exactly is a ‘perio-aware’ dentist?

This is a dentist who has adopted a working philosophy that is both responsible and respectful in relation to your gums:
– a dentist who always makes sure that any everyday dental procedure (such as fillings, crowns, tartar removal, etc…) is never harmful to your gums,
– who never neglects the least profitable steps of periodontal treatment plans,
– who does not seek to sell you costly but pointless treatments.
And, more generally speaking, this is a dentist:
– who keeps his/her knowledge up to date,
– who would never take liberties with the rules of dentistry,
– who is not obsessed with his/her bank balance.
In short, this dentist will take care of you the same way as he/she would take care of his/her own children.

Good dentist willing to help

Believe me, this type of dentist is the only one who can help you get back on track to healthy gums. I will even add that he/she is the only one who can simply provide care for your teeth without harming your gums.

What is more, the overwhelming majority of

these good dentists charge reasonable prices because, first and foremost, they want to help their patients.

I have been in this profession for over 20 years now and have quite often had the opportunity to see how my colleagues work. I regretfully have come to the conclusion that only about a quarter of them are really perio-aware and trustworthy. The other three quarters are capable neither of successfully treating periodontal diseases nor of even simply caring for common dental problems without harming your gums and overall health.

Your health matters! Don’t remain at the mercy of bad professionals!

I know that a quarter of all dentists is not a lot, but that does nevertheless leave you the possibility of finding the right one. As a matter of fact, I strongly urge you to do so, because you are likely going to need the help of a good professional to overcome your gum problems.

Here is how you will get rid of gum disease for good:

As you will already have realized from reading the above, achieving and maintaining optimal oral health might not be as simple as it seems.

The practical guide 'How to Beat Gum Disease: your Companion to Oral Health'.

To assist you in this, I have compiled all the information you may need into a practical guide titled ‘How to Beat Gum Disease: Your Companion to Oral Health‘. It will show you exactly how to act simultaneously on both of the levels required for healthy gums:

   Firstly, you will find a comprehensive and precise oral care method for you to implement at home on a daily basis. This method is both effective and economical: it will give you the best results whilst at the same time enabling you to avoid needless expenditures.
Secondly, you will discover how to assess the trustworthiness and professionalism of your dentist, plus, how to choose a good one if you decide to change.
This will enable you to carry out the right actions and make the right choices for your teeth and gums, based on a full knowledge of the facts.

This practical guide can be understood by anyone; it does not contain any complicated concepts or technical jargon. All the explanations in it are given to you in simple and concrete terms. Furthermore, as one picture is worth a thousand words, this book features over 300 drawings and photos.

What exactly does your guide contain?
It is divided into 6 parts, with the main ones being parts 4 and 5.
1 – The anatomy: A quick description of the teeth and gums.
2 – The biology: This section casts light on the bacteria that live in our mouths.
3 – The various gum diseases.
4 – Everything you can do at home for your gums.
5 – What dental professionals should do for you.
6 – Some clinical cases.

So the first part focuses on the anatomy of our teeth and gums. Do not worry, it does not involve going into complicated details. The simple concepts you will discover in this part will help you understand why and how periodontal diseases develop.

Tooth anatomy: how teeth are made.

They will also enable you — and this is a key point — to improve your cleaning skills: as you know, when we brush our teeth, we cannot see what we are doing. We only rely on touch. A certain degree of knowledge of the shape of the teeth and dental arches will lead you to achieve greater awareness of what you are doing. You will therefore be able to remove dental plaque much more efficiently. The first part of your practical guide is presented towards that goal, with many supporting illustrations.

Bacteria living in the mouth

Then you will move on to a short chapter devoted to the bacteria in our mouths. Here too, there is no question of going into all the details: a comprehensive course on oral biology would be pointless within the context of this practical guide. The aim of this second part is to provide you with a simple explanation about how certain varieties of bacteria attack our gums while other ones protect them. These concepts will help you understand the actual goals of periodontal treatments.

Part three is longer. It will give you a simple description of the various gum diseases: their symptoms, their causes, their mechanisms, and their consequences. Of course, what is discussed primarily is gingivitis and adult

What is gum disease? Periodontal probing.

periodontitis, because these are by far the most common conditions. But you will also find information about less common diseases, such as necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis, juvenile periodontitis, and scurvy.

In this third part, you will discover what happens to our gums when they become unhealthy. This will enable you to better understand the principles of the treatments offered by professionals, and, above all, to boost your own ability to fight the disease.

You will then tackle the core section of your practical guide, consisting of parts 4 and 5: in them, you will discover how to concretely fight and beat gum disease.
– First of all, part four will reveal to you in detail everything you can do for your gums at home, on a daily basis. You will learn precisely how to implement a full, consistent action strategy so as to deprive the disease of any chances of success.
This strategy involves two main sections:

  • The basic principles that you will follow, whether your gums are healthy How to properly brush your teethor unhealthy: for example, how to choose a toothbrush and how to use it properly, how to avoid the harmful effects of antiseptic mouthwashes, how your diet can contribute to the health of your gums, how to properly clean the various types of dental prostheses, how to get the most out of an oral irrigator, what to replace industrial toothpastes with, and lots of other things as well. These rules will constitute the basis of your strategy. They fulfill three key criteria: effectiveness, ease of implementation, and low cost. If your gums are healthy, simply apply these basic principles and you can rest assured that they will stay that way.
If they are unhealthy, you will have to follow the recommendations in the second section in addition.
  •  So, this second section is especially aimed at those suffering from gum disease. In it, you will discover a whole series of additional means of action intended to promote and accelerate the healing of your gums. I selected them from the numerous products and methods available out there because, during my twenty years of practice, I have noted that they too fulfill two key criteria: good effectiveness and low cost.

Whatever state your gums may be in, in part 4 of the practical guide ‘How to Beat Gum Disease‘, you will find the daily oral care method that will suit you:
– If your gums are healthy and you want to keep them that way, all you have to do is apply the basic principles.
– If you suffer from gum disease, you will add one or more supplementary means of action to the basic principles, in order to accelerate healing.

  – Now what would you say to put absolutely all the chances on your side? As I was telling you a little earlier on, a lot of dentists are rather greedy. They tend to forget their responsibilities regarding the health of their patients. What makes this even easier is that no authority or inspector regularly assesses either the quality of their work, or the justification for it. Dentists are supposed to carry out self-checks. Believe me, they are seldom harsh on themselves. Here is one striking example of this: in 2002, endodontics experts evaluated the quality of 1,244 root canal treatments carried out by self-employed dentists. This study showed that

  • Only 24.8 % of these treatments were good-quality ones.
  • In 81 % of the cases, the practitioners had not even taken the 3 X-rays required for this type of procedure.
Dental infection caused by poor root canal therapy.

This is barely believable but is nonetheless true! It must be understood that poor-quality root canal treatments nearly always lead to the appearance of focuses of infection in the jawbone, occasionally with serious consequences. All dentists know that. Three quarters of them just don’t care a whit.
This mindset is quite common among my colleagues. They focus on what primarily interests them: the best ways to pull money out of your pockets. Those dentists do not take care of their patients; they use their Doctor’s title to exploit them instead. Moreover, by doing so they endanger their patients’ teeth, gums and overall health.

Bad dentists exploit their patients

The fifth part of your practical guide will teach you how to avoid ever again becoming a victim of these unscrupulous professionals. You will discover the indicators that will enable you to accurately assess the conscientiousness of your dentist, getting beyond his/her big smile and shiny equipment. For example, you will learn how to easily detect the multiple possible forms of negligence, how any good dentist should be equipped, what a proper oral examination consists of, what any periodontal treatment plan should entail, or the specific purpose of each of the various types of gum surgery.

Various types of dental procedures.

You will also discover whether a laser can contribute to your periodontal treatment, the actual advantages and drawbacks of the various materials (i.e. amalgam, composite resin, ceramics, etc.) for your gums, what dental implants can really offer you, why a poorly-fitted removable partial denture can be harmful for your gums, what purposes temporary prostheses really serve, under what circumstances it would be best not to have veneers done, and many more other things about dental procedures.

This fifth part of your practical guide ‘How to Beat Gum Disease‘ is designed to be your dental work reference book, your secret weapon against greedy dentists. Beyond appearances, you will know for sure whether yours actually fulfils the quality criteria for modern patient-friendly dentistry. Should this not be the case, your practical guide will help you find the right dentist for you, the dentist you will fully trust.

Obviously, when you are looking for a new dentist, I guess you will have no desire to try a dozen of my colleagues before you find the right one. This is the reason why I have included a questionnaire about dentists, consisting of 64 questions, at the very end of your practical guide. Simply print as many copies of that questionnaire as you need, and ask your relatives or work colleagues to complete it. Their answers will tell you whether their dentists are trustworthy or not, and will therefore narrow your search quite a bit.

Lastly, the sixth part of your guide — entitled ‘Teeth and Gum Stories’ — will enable you to discover the clinical paths of a few patients I have had the honor of treating. They are representative of the diverse situations brought about by periodontal issues. You will see that these short accounts illustrate two key principles to be borne in mind:
Gum diseases should never be taken lightly, either by patients or dentists.
There is always a good solution for each case. It is never too late or too early to do the right thing.

The practical guide ‘How to Beat Gum Disease‘ is a comprehensive and effective method. It will teach you absolutely everything you need to know so you can rid yourself of gum problems. Just read it and you will be perfectly armed for taking the proper action:

  • Your effective daily care will enable your gums to reach their full healing potential. You will soon notice the first results.
  • You will be able to sort out the commercial bogus from the beneficial, so as to avoid consumer pitfalls.
  • You will have your teeth and gums treated by a conscientious, perio-aware professional. Your oral and overall health will be all the better for it.
    Eat everything you want. You will get back to having a fresh and healthy mouth.
    You will be able to enjoy the pleasure of eating anything you want.
    You will no longer have to live under the constant threat of pain surges and disastrous consequences of gum disease.
  • What is more, you will be able to protect your children’s teeth, gums and overall health by teaching them real good oral hygiene habits. This is for sure one of the best things you will do for them.

And just imagine the big savings you will be able to make in the long run.

Save a lot on dental costs

You will keep away from all the needless expenses.
I mean the ineffective mouthwashes, miracle potions, overpriced toothpastes, oddball methods, revolutionary devices or whatever you are constantly being enticed to purchase.
Furthermore, you will also avoid the medical costs entailed in periodontal disease: deep cleaning, gum surgery, tooth extractions, all sorts of prostheses, and so on and so forth. As you know, even reasonable dental fees can mount up to very large sums of money in the long term. It is in your best interests to keep a tight lid on them.

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  • What to do and not to do if you have dental problems during pregnancy. Beware of commonly-held misconceptions. There are many of them and they can be dangerous.
  • How to get rid of bad breath once and for all. And also, how to get rid of it temporarily — but very quickly — in case of an “emergency”.
  • What to do to stop recurring canker sores. There are effective solutions! As an initial step, from now on avoid anything containing sodium lauryl sulfate (also known as SLS, sodium dodecyl sulfate, SDS, NaDS and E487 as a food additive).
  • Woman has a bad tooth painHow to relieve nagging toothache or gum pain. They have a bad habit of occurring right in the middle of the night or the weekend. In this chapter, you will learn how to find the cause of the pain and then effectively relieve it using what’s to hand.
  • How to overcome your fear of the dentist. This final chapter will reveal the best solutions for you to overcome a simple uneasiness, a strong fear, or a real phobia. Just read it and you will be able to sit down in the dental chair with full peace of mind.

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you will have a full 60 days to review and put it into practice at your leisure. If you are not satisfied with the information, just let me know at and I will refund you the full price immediately. No questions asked.

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Dear reader, I wish you the best in your struggle against gum disease.

Carry on! Don’t give up! I am confident you will be able to overcome it, and I would be deeply honoured to assist you.

Thank you for visiting my website.


                             Dr. Jean-Yves FOURNIER

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PS: don’t forget, the solution to your gum problems is there, within easy reach. You simply need to read your guide ‘How to Beat Gum Disease‘.
You will learn how to take action at home in a consistent, effective way.
You will also discover how to know whether your dentist actually does good work for you. If you decide to change, the indications in your guide will enable you to choose a really good one with full knowledge of the facts.

A whole family smiling and enjoying their good oral health.

You will then have all the advantages at your fingertips for getting back to having — and keeping — that precious thing: the health of your teeth and gums.

PPS: don’t forget either that by ordering your practical guide ‘How to Beat Gum Disease‘, you will receive the following free bonuses:
A 5-chapter supplement packed with practical advice on:

1 What to do and not to do in the event of dental problems during     pregnancy.
2 How to get rid of bad breath.
3 How to stop mouth ulcers.
4 How to relieve nagging toothache or gum pain by yourself.
5 How to overcome the fear of the dentist.

   A dedicated e-mail address that you can use to ask me all the questions you want about teeth, gums, oral hygiene and dentistry.
Lifetime updates for your book.

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For your full peace of mind, your practical guide comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee. Take your time to consult it and if, at any time during that period, you feel it does not fulfill your expectations, all you have to do is send me an e-mail at and I will refund you immediately. No questions asked.

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