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 Gum's infection

I often suffer from gum's infection. What could be the ultimate

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Sun, 26 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT
 Gum's infection


> I often suffer from gum's infection. What could be the ultimate
> treatment?

> please email

Gum disease is caused by bacteria that live in the mouth and digestive
tracts of all people.  Other dangerous bacteria can also be introduced
into the mouth from other sources.  The bacteria flourish in the warm
and nutrient rich environment in the mouth.   They reproduce at an
incredible rate and, in the process, give off excretions known as
endotoxins.  These endotoxins cause the supporting tissues to become
infected and eventually erode away.  As the disease progresses  the
human body's immune system response to the infection eventually causes a
further breakdown in the supporting tissues.

I believe that the ultimate treatment for this disease is a disease
managment program advocated by the International Dental Health
Foundation located in Reston, {*filter*}ia.  It is a seven step program
which includes:
1) Diagnosis
2) Patient Education
3) Treatment
4) Home Care
5) Monitoring
6) Modulation of Therapy as necessary
7) Maintenance

My company, Whitestone LLC., sells a high quality Swiss-designed {*filter*}
irrigating unit that is effective in delivering antimicrobial agents
below the gumline to fight infectious bacteria.  This irrigator is an
effective tool for the home-care antimicrobial therapy which is part of
the above program.

I urge you to visit our website for more information about gum disease.
or email me for further info

Fri, 31 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT
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