Have you ever stopped to think how dentists make their money? Or how companies who manufacture mouthwash or toothpaste make theirs?
So let’s think about this for a moment. Dentists focus on curing problems that have already developed such as gum disease, tooth decay and so on. But there is a brush that was designed by periodontist Dr Joseph Phillips to eliminate many of these problems and prevent them from happening in the first place. Would you believe that this brush was developed in the late 1960’s but was kept quiet as the dental industry wants you to carry on brushing with fluoride, floss, rinse your mouth with toxic mouthwash and visit the dentist regularly for more repair work and mercury fillings?
Can you now see why the dental industry tried to keep Dr Phillips quiet? Are you starting to understand the amount of money the dental industry would lose if people didn’t need to pay for high priced and potentially unnecessary treatments?
It’s as simple as this: Dr Phillips’ Blotting Technique works. Period. Yet over the years it has only been supported by enlightened dentists because if more people knew about it, there would be less profit for the dental industry.
Many people will scoff at that. They will think that all dentists only care about their patients’ health and providing a service. But the proof that money is paramount is in the fact that mercury fillings are still offered despite significant evidence of the damage that mercury fillings cause. The reason they are still offered? It’s a cheap resource. This, however is a subject for another time.
The point is, whilst Dr Phillips made a massive impact on dental health whilst he was still alive, he never quite made the impact he had hoped for on a large scale. The impact his life’s work deserved.
That was, until now.
You see I have personally used the Blotting Brush and technique for many years. I introduced the technique and brushes to my nearest holistic dentist who, as an experienced practitioner in his field, knows the problems people have with their teeth. His personal tests proved, beyond any shadow of a doubt, that this simple brush could help people around the world transform their dental health and cut their dental bills!
I now focus our efforts on getting the Blotting Brush and technique out there for the world to see and have made it my goal to take Dr Phillips’ legacy to the next level and make a difference as best as we can.
Before he died, Dr Phillips took the time to explain the facts of dentistry:
“Let’s face it: there’s not a whole lot of information available out there that gives people a choice on how to care for their mouths. There’s brushing and flossing and a million different kinds of brushes and toothpastes and flosses with which to do this, which brings us back to the basic brushing and flossing. Bearing in mind that 90% of all Americans suffer from some sort of gum disease (yes, children too), and most people over 60 have no teeth at all, is brushing and flossing the answer?”