I am a 52 year old female and had some deep cleaning (root planing) done several months back, along with some topical antibiotic treatments. When I went in for a checkup 3 months ago the dental hygienist cleaned and checked the pockets and once again wanted to apply topical antibiotic treatments. They are very expensive so I only had her do the 3 worst gums.
My questions is; I am going for another cleaning tomorrow and would like to know your opinion on the topical antibiotics. Do I really need them or can I clear out that bacteria myself using your protocol?
Thanks so much for your time and again for all the wonderful information.
My system has healed pocketing up to 8-9 mm with no additional therapies.
This is unheard of in the dental world – so don’t expect to get any encouragement from your health professionals.
Even my partner in my office (who has witnessed these events) shakes his head at me – because treatment would have generated thousands of dollars – and I send patients out with $50 worth of product to use.
I am in the process of trying to take pathogen tests to SHOW these improvements in a visual way – with results that cannot be contested.
This involves taking an Oral DNA test – to measure the germs in the mouth – before and after the use of my system.
I have some re-tests coming up soon – and I hope they will show my system is powerful and gets rid of pesky germs that cause so much damage to your gums and health.
I do not recommend antibiotics personally at this time.
If you do decide to have them – you have to realize that they are going to be a temporary fix.
Xylitol and my complete mouth care system is a way to sustainable oral health – for a lifetime.
If you need some help with products, how much xylitol to take or other coaching – I would be delighted to help you.