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How to Get Rid of Gingivitis –

She and / or the hygienist also told me that the ONLY thing that would help me was a Scaling and Root Planing Treatment – Otherwise knowns as a SRP or "Deep Cleaning".

After applying the information I learned on my own and the tools that I employed the results were that my pocket depths returned to normal.

I was told that I no longer needed the "Deep Cleaning" or SRP treatment and that whatever I was doing, I should "keep it up".

It is important to note that you should always be under the care of a dentist – preferably a periodontist.

Modern dentistry does not believe that there is a cure for periodontal disease. Therefore, accordingly, you should only hope to control it and hopefully avoid more expensive treatments and costly teeth replacements.

Some folks agree with that viewpoint and perhaps others do not. That is in the realm of personal opinion.

Regardless, you shoud always be working with a dental professional to insure that what you are doing is working and that your situation remains under control.

I cannot guarantee that what I did will work for you. Every human body and everyone situation is different.

Based on feedback from other people, many of them believe my information, tools and methods have worked for them too.

Hi David, I read your literature, took your advice and had the BEST dental checkup today in years! There was some pain during the cleaning but nothing like it had been. I could tolerate the whole process much better. The dental hygienist was very impressed with my home care. My gums weren’t inflamed like they had been. Usually when the hygienist checked the pocket depths, it felt like she was shoving straight pins into my gums. There were just a few areas where I still got that sensation… …I am personally convinced that they work. I don’t need anymore proof than what I have personally experienced. I really am grateful for your information. I was initially skeptical but am a true believer now. Thank you! -Sharlene

I want to thank you very much for helping me, I know that life is so much better when you have people that can help you cure, God Bless You!

* Please note, that I object to the use of the word cure! I am only reprinting what was written to me by Marisa. Remember, mondern medicine and dentistry believe this problem can only be controlled, not ‘cured’. Her use of the term ‘cure’ may have been in error!

Dear Dave, Thank you very much for your invaluable information about the treatment of gum disease. As I said before, using some of your products has made a huge difference to my gums, my teeth look whiter, gums are pink and less puffy and there has been no more bleeding at all…and of course my breath is fresher even in the morning… ­Mirella, New Zealand

I have been concerned about my teeth (my mom recently spent over $11,000 repairing/replacing hers), but my dentist didn’t seem to have any new information. My mom suggested a periodontist, but I felt I didn’t know the right questions to ask. What if it’s not covered on my insurance, what do I really need to have done? What can I do at home? As I was wondering how to answer these questions, Dave sent me a link to his new e-book. It was exactly what I was looking for… He had answers to all my questions and links and resources for more information. Dave did all the leg work for me. What a great resource and time-saver!

(Disclaimer – Laura is a personal friend of mine that I have met in person. The other people on this page I have not met in person – with the exception of my own periodontist)

[Special note: Thank You Trish. Just to clarify: I am NOT a scientist, but I am glad that you are benefitting from my work!]

David Snape saves!!! He may save teeth, money, time, and pain, but most importantly, he may save lives. Now that links have been established between the infection of chronic periodontal disease and many systemic illnesses like Diabetes, Heart Disease, Stroke and Low-weight pre-term birth his words are invaluable! Dave’s new guide, "WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GUM DISEASE" is a great layman’s handbook about how to care for your teeth and gums.

He has thoroughly researched gum disease and has written an easy to read guide for people to help themselves, yet gives balance to the need for professional care. This book is a must read for people who are afraid to go to the dentist, people in underserved areas or those who just can’t afford professional dental services. Dave makes the reader aware of the…