A BETTER TOOTHBRUSH FOR BETTER HEALTH

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Travel Toothbrush $5.99
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Youth Manual Toothbrush
Youth Manual Toothbrush $4.99
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Power Toothbrush
Power Toothbrush $24.99
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Yearly Supply of the Adult Manual Toothbrush (Shipped to you every 3 months.)
Yearly Supply of the Adult Manual Toothbrush (Shipped to you every 3 months.) $20.99
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A Better Toothbrush for Better Health
Mouth Watchers was founded by Dr. Ronald Plotka, a renowned Boston area dentist.  His 40 year passion for offering his patients the best oral care possible led him on a quest for a toothbrush that would truly benefit their health.  A unique combination of antimicrobial* and dual layered flossing bristles™ provides the patient with THE optimal brushing experience.  The number one compliment we receive from consumers using our super toothbrush is:  “it feels like I just had a professional dental cleaning”.  This is high praise for a toothbrush.  (Learn more)

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Gingivitis and Periodontitis: The Dangerous Duo

January 09, 2017

Gingivitis and periodontitis. For many people, a common misconception is that gingivitis and periodontitis are the same. While they are, without a doubt, closely related, it is important to note that these are two different diseases. Let’s take an in depth look at both gingivitis and periodontitis, and see how they differ. Gingivitis Gingivitis is the inflammation or irritation of the gingiva, or gums. Gingivitis is caused by a build-up of certain types of bacteria on the teeth, which collect on the surface of the teeth and are called plaque. Unlike most of the other surfaces of the body, the teeth do not have any way of shedding their outer surfaces, thus allowing plaque to build up on the surface...

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What is gingivitis?

January 08, 2017

Gingivitis is a type of gum disease; although it is not especially severe, it can lead to periodontitis if it is not treated.  With this more advanced type of gum disease, “gums pull away from the teeth and form spaces (called ‘pockets’) that become infected. The body’s immune system fights the bacteria as the plaque spreads and grows below the gum line.”  Unfortunately, this leads to additional problems: “Bacterial toxins and the body’s natural response to infection start to break down the bone and connective tissue that hold teeth in place.”  Ultimately, the problem may result in removal of the teeth: “If not treated, the bones, gums, and tissue that support the teeth are destroyed.  The teeth may eventually become...

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