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Tooth & Gums Tonic®
plays a key role in
restorative dentistry.

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“I have been using Dental Herb Company Tooth & Gums products since 1996. It is the number one irrigant used in our Non-Surgical Periodontal Treatment Program. Tooth & Gums Products are the best all natural herb products that I have ever used; they consistently kill rods, vibrios, and spirochetes. Their essential oils help sooth and calm inflamed tissue and aid in the healing process, which helps stop bleeding and reduce pocket depth. Their products are very beneficial for halitosis as well.”

Craig Zunka
Craig Zunka, DDS

“I am extremely grateful for your years of research and development, which produced this all-natural, alcohol-free product. It not only reduces disease activity within the periodontal pocket, but tonifies the oral tissue as well. My clinical results have been extremely impressive, and patients have commented about the pleasant taste. This is a welcome adjunct to our health centered practice.”

Richard Fischer
Richard Fischer, DDS, FAGD

“By using Tooth & Gums Tonic in my own mouth daily as a rinse and applied interdentally the results have been incredible. The pockets around my two molars in question have reduced from six mm to two and three mm, a single four mm and no bleeding upon probing! It has reshaped how I treat periodontal disease - not just in my own case, but for my patients. Imagine not only your patients' response to this type of treatment, but the ease of tissue management during prosthodontic treatment.”

Tom Orent
Tom Orent, DMD

“I start every new patient exam with a summary of the causes of gum disease and cavities. I thoroughly explain the treatments and always describe the Dental Herb Company product line as the best toothpaste, mouth rinse and concentrate in the world.”

- Rev. Dr. Stephen A. Lawrence

“It didn't take long to convince us that Tooth & Gums Tonic was the best and safest rinse for both soft tissue management and breath control.”

Richard Madow, DDS
David Madow, DDS
Richard Madow, DDS and David Madow, DDS
The Madow Brothers

“If you are still using a chlorhexidine-based product, you have got to try Tooth & Gums Tonic.”

Wendy Briggs
Wendy Briggs, RDH

“I used to have patients rinse with a chlorhexidine regimen, but patient compliance was embarrassingly low. The potent and effective formula of Dental Herb products are well tolerated and improve the outcome of my restorative cases.”

Michael DiTolla
Michael DiTolla, DDS

Don’t just take our word for it.

Tooth & Gums Tonic® earns the Editor’s Choice Award and Clinical Problem Solvers Award.

In a clinical review completed by 29 dental professionals and involving 974 patients, Tooth & Gums Tonic received The Dental Advisor Editors’ Choice award and a 5 out of 5 rating – the most prestigious award given. Dental professionals concluded that Tooth & Gums Tonic is an efficacious anti-microbial rinse that is non-staining and well-tolerated, providing a much needed solution for long term periodontal maintenance. 86% of evaluating consultants would switch to the Tonic and 93% would recommend it.

Evaluator comment: “A good alternative to chlorhexidine.
Source: The Dental Advisor, March 2016

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Clinical Problem Solvers

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Proven Efficacy: Tooth & Gums Tonic vs. Chlorhexidine

In a 12-week trial, the University of Rochester, Eastman Institute for Oral Health, compared the effects of Tooth & Gums Tonic and 0.12% chlorhexidine on gingival index (GI), plaque index (PI), pocket probing depth (PD) and reducing the levels of whole mouth and tongue malodor over a three month period.

The results of this study indicate that Tooth & Gums Tonic is as effective as chlorhexidine in reducing dental plaque, gingival inflammation and oral malodor.(Malmström, 2007)

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