Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye: A Do-it-yourself Mouth Care System for Healthy, Clean Gums and Teeth

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Greenleaf, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 236 pages
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This book shows readers that den-tal problems, including discoloured and unattractive teeth, can easily be controlled -- without pain, flossing or big dental bills. Dr Ellie Phillips has developed a low-cost system to strengthen your teeth and keep them healthy and without big bills! Her simple, preventive program has just three steps: 1. Use Xylitol -- a sweetener derived from a natural sugar found in plant and vegetable fibres -- to eliminate bacteria; Use well-tested mouth rinses to further eliminate bacteria and control the acidity in your mouth; Avoid foods, drinks, and situations that weaken tooth enamel, and consume protective, healing foods to build it up. Traditional dentistry cannot prevent cavities or eliminate gum disease. But this do-it-yourself treatment plan can. Using the products Dr Phillips recommends, in the way she describes, reduces plaque build-up, strengthens tooth enamel, repairs small cavities, eliminates tooth sensitivity, and improves the way your teeth look. Who wouldn't love clean, whiter, healthier teeth?

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User Review  - dms02 - LibraryThing

This book was definitely worth checking out of the library. I have been struggling with feeling like I could not keep my mouth clean and healthy enough over the last little while. I struggled with ... Read full review

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User Review  - VikkiLaw - LibraryThing

A friend recommended this to me after I visited the dentist for the first time in almost a decade and found THREE cavities. Then part of my tooth fell out and so it seemed like a really good time to read this and get some ideas as to how to keep my remaining teeth. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Dr. Ellie Phillips has practiced preventative dentistry for thirty-five years, treating patients from all walks of life. She is a member of the American Dental Association, the New York State Dental Association, and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentists. She is a graduate of Eastman Dental Center, Rochester, New York, and is an honorary member of the Eastman Academy, University of London, England.

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