PerioMix: The Secret to Healthy Gums


Oral Health is Not Just About The Teeth!

When we think about our oral health and how to maintain it, we generally default to thinking about our teeth. However, there is another part of the mouth that is equally important to our oral and total body health; the gums. That's where PerioMix comes into play...


What's in PerioMix and What Makes it Special?

Bicarb Soda

Bicarb soda is a natural antibacterial agent. It reduces the growth and proliferation of destructive oral bacteria and parasites that are responsible for gum infections like periodontal disease. Bicarb soda is also alkaline (having a high pH), and works to create an environment in which bad bacteria struggles to grow. It neutralises plaque acids which protects the enamel and can even aid in the re-mineralisation of enamel.

Pure Salt

Like bicarb soda, salt has antibacterial and antiseptic properties - killing bad bacteria and parasites, and ultimately allowing gum tissue to heal. Salt is also a tightening agent - pulling fluid out of inflamed gums so that they can tighten around the base of the tooth - ultimately ensuring the gum gutters are smaller and more easily cleaned, and preventing the loss of teeth.

Gum disease affects 50% of the adult population, yet traditional toothpastes and other oral healthcare products do little towards restoring and maintaining the health of our gums.

Sodium Ascorbate

 Sodium ascorbate - otherwise known as Vitamin C - is essential for the production of collagen, which helps to build gum tissue. Vitamin C can be directly absorbed into the gums which speeds up healing and repair..

Peppermint Oil

Natural peppermint oil is used to freshen the breath and provide PerioMix with a natural, non-synthetic flavouring. Unlike other toothpaste and oral care products, PerioMix does not contain any artificial sweeteners or fluoride. . 

How to Use PerioMix - It's Easy!

Step 1

Place 1 - 2 teaspoons of PerioMix powder in the palm of your hand.

Step 2

With a moist finger (you can lick it to make it moist), dip it into PerioMix.

Step 3

Pack the PerioMix powder generously around the gum lines and in between all the teeth. Always start on your upper teeth to prevent excess saliva pooling.

Step 4

Spit out the excess, but leave the residue in your mouth for as long as possible. Try to avoid eating or drinking for 60 minutes after completing this procedure.

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Published September 17, 2020 by Dr Daniel Davis

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