How can switching my toothbrush save money on my yearly dental bills?

When it comes to teeth and gums, we at believe that “prevention is better than cure”. Tooth and gum problems can literally cost thousands of dollars to try remedy, and that’s without considering the pain and discomfort.

Plaque is one of the main causes of tooth decay and that’s why preventing plaque buildup is so important. In fact our triple approach to oral care seeks to consider all aspects of the mouth – tongue, gums and teeth – and help keep them healthy and plaque-free.

“I’ve been a hygienist for 25 years and have used several of the better power brushes – Rotadent, Sonicare, Utrasonex, etc. Until now Rotadent has been my brush of choice... Since using the hyG IONIC I have had to change my mind. This brush even keeps my night guard free of plaque!” Barbara Wagner, R.D.H., Chicago, IL

Not everyone wants to spend $100 on a toothbrush...and now you don’t have to! You see the Ionic toothbrush is just 1/4 the price of a Sonicare – and its the only toothbrush with patented Ionic technology.

This is what Shirley Jenkins writes:

“My teeth have improved so much since using the Ionic toothbrush, my hygienist is amazed. I am 54 years old and have spent a fortune keeping my teeth as I am one of those people that has a terrible time with plaque build up and gum problems. When visiting the hygienist she usually needs a “jack hammer” to remove the plaque but there was very little this time and the deep pockets are going away.”

The Ionic toothbrush is clinically proven to remove plaque far more effectively than a regular toothbrush and to dramatically improve gingival health. This means healthier teeth and gums, which for Maysel from Portland, means much lower dental bills.

“When I recently went to the dentist for a checkup, he congratulated me on how clean my teeth were, with no plaque or cavities. I’m a 95 year old woman, so I appreciate a toothbrush that helps me save money on dental bills!” Maysel E., Portland, Oregon

According to the latest Surgeon General’s report, 48 percent of adults aged 35 to 44 have gingivitis, and 22 percent have destructive gum disease. About 30 percent of adults 65 years and older have no teeth! The report also says that “most older Americans take both prescription and over-the-counter drugs. In all probability, at least one of the medications used will have an oral side effect – usually dry mouth. The inhibition of salivary flow increases the risk for oral disease.”

Think what it will cost to get dentures, or have gum surgery! Following a good dietary and hygiene regimen today is important for the future of your teeth and gums. So visit your dentist regularly, and consider adding the conditioning and moisturizing REJUV™ for gums and the patented Ionic toothbrush to your daily regimen.