I had no idea my toothpaste was the cause of my constant teeth and gum problems

by DOUGLAS JONES   June 18, 2020   in TECH GADGETS

When you look in the mirror and smile… what’s the first thing you see?

In my case, I wasn’t happy with the shade of my teeth. I’d tried every whitening paste under the sun, but they just seemed to get more dull and yellowed with each passing day.

Every time I went to my dentist, the hygienist would scold me for the way my gums bled when she flossed them.

And I wasn’t alone… nearly half of all adults over 30 suffer from some form of gum disease.1

When I read that stat, it didn’t square up for me. Everyone brushes their teeth, and 70% of us do it twice a day, as recommended.2

I was brushing and flossing regularly, and seeing no progress. But a chance encounter with a local doctor changed that. He was noticing the same issue in his patients, and discovered something that most dentists overlook… including a  “melting candy remedy” that’s helping thousands of Americans restore their tooth and gum health.

But before we get there, we need to talk about how your mouth actually works.

This is Dr. Drew Sutton, MD. He’s a board-certified otolaryngologist.

He’s been practicing for over 30 years, and recently shifted his practice to a holistic, results-focused approach.3 I met him at a charity brunch, and I was complaining about how I couldn’t eat the bacon… it’s high in nitrates, which contribute to gum disease.4

“Here, have a candy,” he told me. “Let it melt in your mouth.”

That was a weird thing to be told by a dentist. But I popped it in my mouth, and it had a gentle, minty flavor. Dr. Sutton started telling me his story.

After 30  years in practice, he thought he’d seen it all — until he took on a patient who had the worst gum disease he’d ever seen. 

Just like me, this patient was doing “all the right things” when it came to his oral health… and getting nowhere.

So Dr. Sutton — remember, he’s an ENT doctor, not a dentist — started digging into medical literature on gum disease. And he couldn’t believe what he found.

Your mouth is home to 6 billion bacteria… both good and bad

As Dr. Sutton was doing his research, an article was published in the esteemed scientific journal Nature

…with a title he couldn’t ignore: “Oral microbiome findings challenge dentistry dogma.” He sent it to me after our chance encounter.

The facts blew me away:5

  • There are over 700 species of microbes that can live in your mouth
  • Some of them are regular superheroes: they fight off invaders, soothe inflammation, and regulate the mouth’s acidity
  • They actually convert the food we eat into digestible compounds — something we couldn’t do ourselves

Did you get the importance of that last bullet point? Read it again. Your body outsources crucial tasks to your mouth bacteria.

These helpful bacteria are the gatekeepers to our entire digestive system. They’re just as important as the ones found in the small and large intestines. They’re responsible for not only the health of your teeth and gums… but your entire body.

And we’re accidentally wiping them out with mouthwash and “mass market” toothpaste

Have you ever taken antibiotics?

I didn’t ask, “do you take antibiotics” — because they’re something you take for a short while. If you took them every day, you’d wipe out billions of bacteria that are essential to good health.

So… why would we do the same thing to our mouths?

That’s what’s happening when we use modern toothpastes and mouthwashes. Compared to our understanding of the gut, the dental industry is in the dark ages.

We’re still acting like “all bacteria are bad” when it comes to our teeth and gums. Most toothpastes and mouthwashes contain some or all of these ingredients:

  1. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. Good bacteria need a wet, alkaline environment to thrive. SLS can dry out the mouth, which raises the acidity level and makes it hard for the good guys to survive.6
  2. Triclosan. Dozens of studies have shown that it reduces the diversity and numbers of healthy bacteria in the gut — even from the small amount that’s in toothpaste.7
  3. Artificial Color Dyes. A titanium-based dye called “titanium white” is a popular way to make toothpaste whiter, and it’s been shown in studies to promote inflammatory bacteria.8

Tossing your toothpaste isn’t the answer… so what is?

When you realize what’s in our toothpastes and mouthwashes — even those recommended by dentists, you have to ask, “so what’s the solution?”

You’d have to be crazy to stop brushing your teeth — but the way we’re doing it now is like shampooing twice a day, and never using conditioner. It strips away the helpful bacteria without seeding in any replacements.

Recognizing this, Dr. Sutton decided to create a “conditioner,” so to speak… a collection of the very best probiotic strains for oral health.

All the probiotics you’ll find in stores have been fine-tuned to support gut health — and that means they’re not ideal for mouth health.

He spent months and months researching, until he isolated the 6 best probiotic strains for oral health, and combined 3.8 billion of them into a single probiotic supplement.

This includes strains like lactobacillus paracasei, which stops streptococcus bacteria (which contribute to tooth decay) in their tracks9 — and bifidobacterium lactis, shown in clinical trials to reduce periodontal inflammation.10

“But it’s not enough to just give your mouth those good bacteria,” he told me. “You need to feed them so they multiply before getting overrun by the bad bacteria.” That’s why he added inulin, the best prebiotic available, to his mixture.

But the most surprising thing about Dr. Sutton’s invention? The delivery mechanism

These probiotic strains just might be the missing piece of the oral-health puzzle. They restore what’s removed by toothpaste and mouthwash.

But you can’t find these specialized probiotics in health food stores… in fact, you can’t even find them in a pill. If you swallowed these, they’d go right to your gut and skip your mouth.

So Dr. Sutton pioneered a “candy probiotic” — a lozenge that melts in your mouth, filling it with helpful probiotics. It’s naturally sweetened with strawberries, which contains a natural tooth whitener called malic acid, as well as peppermint and spearmint.

That’s what he gave me while he told me his story. As soon as he’d finished, I knew I needed more.

Meet PrimeDenta: the original, doctor-formulated probiotic for teeth and gums

The best thing about PrimeDenta is that it’s incredibly simple to use. Just let it melt in your mouth once a day, right after brushing.

The bacteria settle into your teeth and gums, working together to strengthen them against the bad bacteria that cause tooth decay, bad breath, and gum disease.

Dr. Sutton has begun selling it all over America, and people from all walks of life are seeing real results within weeks.

“I had no idea how much I needed this. Aside from brushing regularly, I had kind of neglected my teeth and gums for years. As a result, I was embarrassed by the way they looked. PrimeDenta has totally given me my confidence back.”
Kara S. – Dallas, USA
“What I love about PrimeDenta is how easy it is to use. I literally just pop one in my mouth after I brush each night and it goes to work. I was just at the dentist last week and he was thrilled by how healthy my gums look!”
Carla R. – Florida, USA
“I’m so impressed with this product. Its so easy to use and I started seeing results in just a few weeks. I can’t remember the last time my teeth looked and felt this good. I’ve been recommending it to everyone!”
Katie L. – Chicago, USA

The best part? You don’t even need to visit your dentist to get it

Dr. Sutton has made PrimeDenta available directly online, so you don’t have to sit in the dentist’s chair and shell out thousands for it.

Go ahead and order your 1, 3, or 6 month supply of PrimeDenta by clicking the button below — I’ve secured an exclusive discount for TWG readers.

I started with a 1-month supply, but instantly regretted not buying more.

I’ve got whiter teeth, fresher breath, and healthier gums than I’ve had in years.

And it keeps getting better every month… so I wish I’d bought the 6-month supply, which also gets you the biggest savings.

Dr. Sutton stands by his product, and backs it with an ironclad 60-day guarantee. If you’re not satisfied with your teeth and gums after 60 days, just contact them for a refund, even if you bought a 6-month supply.

This probably isn’t the first time you’ve heard this today, but supply chains are unpredictable right now, even in the probiotic industry.

And don’t even get me started on inflation. My point is: I’m not sure how long this discount will last. With that ironclad guarantee, there’s no risk in securing your own stock of PrimeDenta.

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