How to Get Rid of Toothaches Fast - Simple Techniques to Soothe Toothache Pain Fast [NOOK Book]

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I know what you're going through is no joke.

The pain you're feeling right now can turn an otherwise regular day completely upside down and bring a grown man to his knees, infact it is said that next to child birth and passing a kidney stone, a toothache is the next most unbearable pain a person can ...
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How to Get Rid of Toothaches Fast - Simple Techniques to Soothe Toothache Pain Fast

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Overview

I know what you're going through is no joke.

The pain you're feeling right now can turn an otherwise regular day completely upside down and bring a grown man to his knees, infact it is said that next to child birth and passing a kidney stone, a toothache is the next most unbearable pain a person can suffer.

If you’re tormented by a toothache and I’m guessing that you are, I’ll keep this short because I don’t want to stand in between you and your pain relief which you can have just minutes from now.

Did You Know Your Toothache Was A Long Time In The Making?

It's not until we get that all too familiar electric jolt of pain to the tooth or that neverending, aching throbbing that we remember our teeth.

Did you know that most toothaches are actually the result of a series of processes that have contributed to the eventual illness of the tooth?

Disease causing bacteria that accumulate on the teeth actually excrete acids from the food you eat. It's these acids that eventually erode away at the protective tooth enamel which penetrates the pulp eventually affecting the nerve. By the time you experience the pain the damage is already done.

How Would You Like To Actually Reverse The Damage Done To Your Teeth?

Most people, especially within western cultures accept that toothloss is apart of growing old when it shouldn't be. Our adult teeth were designed to last a lifetime if we take care of them.

According to the FDA Consumer Magazine, the leading cause of tooth loss in American adults over the age of 35 is poor gum health (periodontal disease), incredibly it is estimated that a whopping 75% of this group have some type of gum disease and that 60% knew nothing about proper dental care with 39% not attending the dentist regularly.

This is shocking considering that taking simple precautions can ensure you keep your teeth for longer.

So What Does This Have To Do With The Pain You Have Right Now?

Everything. If your teeth are strong the way nature intended them to be then you would never have a toothache.

Our aim is to not only address the issue of pain you're now experiencing so that you can at least get some peace until you can get yourself to a dentist to find out what's really going on, but we want you to re-build and strengthen your teeth.

Whoever said that you have to be toothless by your 50's and 60's? The elder women of polynesia enjoy excellent tooth health without the dental technology we in developed countries have. There are remote tribes across the globe that defy the odds and still have their teeth well into their 70's and beyond.

You're going to discover the secret to improving the health of your teeth so that you can make toothache a thing of the past.

Everything You Need To Relieve Yourself Of Pain Is Right Here

Proven natural remedies thousands of people the world over have used and swear by that has given almost instant relief from toothache pain and can for you too.

The best remedies that enable people to get that much needed rest they crave that toothache has robbed them of, and bought the relief they needed to manage their pain or to completely eliminate it until they could get to a dentist.

What the different types of toothache pain reveal and how your teeth could be warning you of something more serious.

--Which acuppressure point releases a quick flood of natural "feel good" painkilling endorphins to the site of pain for quick relief.
--How you can actually reverse the effects of decay and tooth erosion and learn how you can grow back precious tooth enamel – yes that’s right!, teeth are meant to repair and rebuild themselves, this is something the dentists never tell you.
--Discover how the type of toothbrush you use could be accelerating gum loss and aggravating your toothache pain.
--Learn which ingredients contain natural antibacterial and anesthetic properties to give you fast relief, you already use most of these on a daily basis.
--Find out which vitamins are essential for strengthening and remineralizing teeth, just simple changes to your diet can see your teeth grow more of their own enamel and why our current diet and lifestyles prevent this process from happening effectively.
--What causes toothache pain in the first place and what to do to never have another toothache again.
--Pain relief within the next 10 to 20 minutes from now.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013186286
  • Publisher: Leona Olinger
  • Publication date: 8/7/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 152 KB

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