Gum Disease With
The Blotting Brush
Want to find a more effective way to take care of your
teeth and gums?
Read ToothWizards' report
today to discover an easy-to-
use toothbrush that doesn't
A unique toothbrush, known as the “Blotting Brush” and still
popular around the world was originally developed in the late
They were created by gum specialist,
Dr. Joseph Phillips, and are designed
to effectively remove plaque and food
debris without requiring the use of
The report reveals that the blotting brushes help to
prevent gum bleeding, bad breath, tooth decay and
It targets several other oral
issues that can help you avoid
Phillips’s technique is based on capillary-like action which lifts and
holds the plaque in the brush’s bristles for effective removal.
It shares the same principle as
a sponge soaking up liquid.
The blotting brushes have special bristles similar to those on paint
brushes and can draw plaque from underneath your gums to heal
gum disease and prevent the disease from returning.
The process of blotting also helps
to tighten gum elasticity around
your teeth and the brush can be
used to safely scrape your tongue.
Dr Phillips' technique involves gentle tapping along gum lines to draw
plaque up and away from the teeth as opposed to today's circular
brushing that sweeps plaque under the gums.
His innovative brush looks like a
standard toothbrush, but each bristle is
end-rounded and textured and has a
capillary-like action that draws plaque
and debris from gingival crevices.
Go to https://www.blottingbrushes.com to find out more!