"Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye" Book
You brush, floss, use mouthwashes, and are concerned about the foods you eat, yet you still require fillings or lengthy cleanings at the dentist. In Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye, Dr. Ellie Phillips teaches how anyone can achieve and maintain a truly healthy mouth. Empower yourself as you improve the look and feel of your teeth between dental visits. Your dentist will be amazed at the changes he sees, and you will be thrilled as cavities and gum disease become a thing of the past. Traditional dentistry cannot prevent dental disease. But Ellie's do-it-yourself daily routine can. Discover how easy it is to reduce plaque buildup, strengthen tooth enamel, repair small cavities, eliminate tooth sensitivity, and improve your overall oral health. Learn about products that hinder your efforts and the risks of bleaching, dental sealants and the wrong use of fluoride. It is time to achieve healthy, clean teeth and gums and wow your dentist at the next appointment.
Praise for Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye:
''An excellent, simplified discussion of complex issues you need to understand to achieve optimal oral health.''
--Richard Carmona, MD, MPH, FACS, 17th surgeon general of the United States
''This book, despite its intriguing title, does not denigrate dentists. What it really does is tell readers how best to work with dentists to achieve true preventative care.'' --Milton B. Lederman, PhD, retired director of public aff airs, University of Rochester Medical Center; co-author of Co-existing with Cancer
''As a dentist, the title of this book is shocking! But the information in the book is vital to anyone who wants to minimize dental problems, maximize dental health, and enjoy their smile for a lifetime.'' --Corky Willhite, DDS; fellow, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
At 73, I put my brother on this system and he had not seen a dentist in years. After seeing a new one, the dentist could not believe how good his oral health was and told him " whatever your doing, keep it up ".
My dentist has retired a few years ago, yet I am experiencing no plaque at all.
Thank you Dr. Phillips for being a true doctor; someone who truly seeks to improve our oral health and no just bilking people by taking advantage of their health problems. You are a true credit to the art of doctoring.
Thank you so much,