A New York dentist has invented a new toothbrush that will help combat gum disease for people with receding gums. The toothbrush is a gentle, brushless device called PeriClean.
January 23, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ — Dr. Jack Gruber, DDS of New York is announcing the launch of a new toothbrush designed to change the way his patients combat gum disease while keeping their teeth clean. The PeriClean is a gentle, brushless toothbrush for receding gums designed to address the problems associated with brushing with a normal toothbrush.
Dr. Gruber has been in the dental profession for over 35 years. During that period he, like many other dentists, had seen hundreds of patients suffering the same recurring dental problems. Motivated by a genuine concern for those patients, Dr. Gruber was determined to find the underlying cause.
“Young people have inadvertently been destroying healthy mouths for years because they have been taught a single, incorrect method for cleaning their teeth. Each year, 23.8 million people suffer from gum recession as a result of using toothbrushes; People of all ages are scrubbing away enamel, gums, and eventually the bones beneath their gums.” Stated Dr. Gruber. “The gums are thin like paper, under that is bone that is as thin as an eggshell. When you know that much, you wouldn’t want to go… continue reading
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Children at an elementary school in Michigan took a fieldtrip to a dentist’s office to learn about the importance of dental hygiene. Dr. Christopher Brieden has been an orthodontist for 32 years and has being hosting field trips for over 10 years.
EAST CHINA TWP. — Third-graders from Washington Elementary School in Marysville took a break Wednesday from reading, writing and arithmetic to learn about teeth.
The children took a field trip to Dr. Christopher Brieden’s office to learn about the importance of dental hygiene.
Brieden, an orthodontist for 32 years, has had student field trips to his office for more than a decade. He started by visiting schools when his practice was new, he said. He pays for the bus transportation for the students to get to his office.
“Every February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, and that’s when us professionals are encouraged to go the extra mile,” he said. “… I feel an obligation to give back to the community and teach the kids.”
Students visited stations at the office to learn about giving a patient braces, taking X-rays and making dental molds. Children also learned the proper way to floss and brush their teeth.
“I liked it because they are teaching you why you should brush your teeth and what’s gonna happen if you don’t brush your teeth,” said third-grader Kendell Lindsay, 8. “You’re gonna lose… continue reading
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