Dear Dr Ellie,
I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed getting your call and being educated yesterday. I am on the same page as far as being suspect or not fully educated by dentists. My dental insurance ended at age 65 and as I am pretty much on a fixed income, having to take crowns off and re-do the dental work is not a good and sometimes financially possible for myself and other seniors. I am very excited about the possibility of combating whatever this little cavity is that the Dentist said he would have to take my crown off to get to it, thus a NEW CROWN.
I hope my special need grandchildren can get on the program too and that it will make a difference with their dental requirements. I know that they could not slush and spit so any help in this area would be terrific. My grandson is soon to be 19 yrs old and is in a group home. He has a one-on-one staff person who would need to be educated as well and hope she/he will follow thru. It is a difficult situation, but hopefully made easier by xylitol.
I am so glad to be of help to you.
Dental care is a lot easier than most people imagine.
It is really common sense.
First you have to forget everything you have been told and realize that you are fighting a disease (like any other medical bacterial disease). If you had an infection on your finger would you cut off your finger? No: you would use an anti-bacterial agent and then let nature fix and re-grow the tissue over the wound.
It is the same principle here.
The best news for teeth is that you don’t need antibiotics to kill harmful mouth bacteria.
The best weapon for this fight is natural and very simple: two teaspoons of xylitol each day!
We can build strength and repair the damage quicker by using ACT and the other mouth rinses but ridding the mouth of harmful bacteria is essential.
I will keep in touch with you and make sure you are on our mailing list for news and promotions!
Thanks for your interest and enjoy the package of Zellies when it arrives.
Ellie Phillips, DDS