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April 24, 2019

Bill Hansen Realty

Scientists Discover A Better Way To Clean Teeth

By NAPS,
North American Precis Syndicate .

New York , NY .
Photo: NAPS

Scientists have found a more effective way to clean teeth. (NAPS)

(NAPSI)—Here’s something to smile about: Silicon Valley researchers have discovered a way for you to get close to a professional cleaning every time you brush.

The Problem

Dentists and researchers agree that cavities, bad breath, and gum disease are all caused by dental plaque. Despite Americans spending over $1.8 billion on toothpaste annually, 90 percent of adults have gingivitis (gum inflammation and bleeding), and 64 million American adults have irreversible gum disease known as periodontitis. Furthermore, new research now links oral diseases to heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and more. Given these epidemic numbers, should you be looking for a different way to brush?

A Solution

A Silicon Valley pharmaceutical company, Livionex, has invented what many consider a better way to brush your teeth. Clinical studies show that brushing with LivFresh Dental Gel reduces dental plaque 2.5 times better than a leading toothpaste. That’s because using the gel repels the bacteria and keeps plaque from sticking to the teeth for results that are close to a professional cleaning. One study showed that 100 percent of participants using the gel experienced a significant reduction in plaque.

Dental professionals like the fact that the gel does not contain triclosan, a toothpaste ingredient that has been linked to cancer. In fact, LivFresh is safe for all ages. It contains all edible ingredients and does not contain abrasives and detergents found in conventional toothpastes. The gel has been developed with over 10 years of research in close collaboration with top U.S. universities, and currently has over 100,000 users.

For more information, visit www.BestDentalGel.com or Amazon.

On the Net:North American Precis Syndicate, Inc.(NAPSI)


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