Sparkling clean teeth and fresh breath give us the confidence to face the day. But many of us have concerns about our teeth and gums creating anxiety and lowering our self-esteem. Gum disease is a common problem affecting many people throughout their lives, causing bad breath, bleeding gums, sensitivity, tooth loss and even heart disease and diabetes.
That’s where GumSaver comes in. An effective way to eliminate the bacteria that causes gum disease, which regular brushing and flossing can’t quite shift. Use regularly for great oral hygiene and a confident smile.
GumSaver is a toothbrush with a difference. Specially designed to brush right into your gums, removing the bacteria that can lead to bleeding and gum disease. Effectively cleaning away the bacteria hiding below the gum-line and in all those awkward to reach areas at the back of your mouth: tackling those places that flossing, interdental brushes and regular tooth-brushing just can’t reach.
Visits to the hygienist for a scale and polish will be much less painful too, as your gums won’t be inflamed and sore by the time you go for your next appointment.
Did you know that over 30% of all adult tooth loss is as a direct result of severe periodontal gum disease and that gum disease is the worlds most common disease?
Sore and swollen gums are often the first signs of periodontal gum disease and are often overlooked until more serious symptoms like tooth decay and gum ulcers occur. This can lead to lengthy, painful and expensive trips to your dentist.
Put simply, if you suffer from sore and bleeding gums you will need a course of periodontal treatment, as well as dental work to repair the cavities in your teeth. Studies have shown that people with periodontal disease are also more likely to suffer with heart disease and other non-dental health issues.
The health of your gums is vital to ensuring that your teeth and body stay healthy!
Reduce risk of developing heart disease
Reduce risk of developing Type 2 diabetes
Reduce your annual dental costs
Endorsed by British Association of Dental Therapists
of the adult population are affected by Bleeding Gums
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