Gumsaver Improves Your Gum Health

  • Gumsaver Improves your Gum Health

Cure Gum Disease At Home With GumSaver

The GumSaver is a soft-bristled dental hygiene tool that is designed to help cure gum disease at home. It will help you to minimise and eradicate bleeding gums, without expensive visits to your dentist. Sore, swollen and bleeding gums are common symptoms of gum disease. The brush has two cleaning heads and an extended handle, which is specially designed to remove the build up of bacteria from below the gum-line. This is the area between your tooth and gums. The brush allows you to reach and clean the pockets between your teeth, where flossing, interdental brushes and regular tooth-brushing just can’t reach. Gumsaver is also perfect as an applicator for Chlorhexadine gel, which is used to treat areas in your mouth, infected with gum disease. Additionally it can be used by wearers of dental bridges and braces, to allow cleaning and food debris removal, without causing any damage to the brace wire.


Reasons to use the Gumsaver

  • Improves Gum Health
  • Reduces gum inflammation and sensitivity
  • Stops bleeding gums quickly
  • Easy to use. Long handle and unique angles give you better access, making cleaning quick and easy
  • Improve and maintain oral health
  • Cure and prevent Gum Disease outbreaks
  • Gum disease has been linked to Type II diabetes and heart disease. Gumsaver heals your gums so bacteria can’t enter your bloodstream
  • Save money. Gumsaver can reduce the need to visit your dentist for gum disease treatment

How to use the Gumsaver

Moisten the GumSaver bristles with water and toothpaste, or if you are suffering with gum disease use Chlorhexadine Gel.  Place one of the two bristle tips between two teeth and gently poke down into the gum line, which is located between your teeth and gums and give the gum a good massage.  Tilt the brush slightly and repeat the same action with the other tip, on the other side of the gum.  Work your way around your mouth, repeating this action between every tooth.  It may take you slightly longer in the beginning, but you’ll soon get the hang of the technique.



By |March 10th, 2015|Treating Gum Disease|0 Comments