Saturday, August 07, 2010

Dirty toothbrushes!

Hi Ellie, so good to hear from you.  I totally agree with you that is why I use a manual brush. I too think that the vibration is not good. But a dentist told me many years ago, 'well wouldn't you want to know if they are on or not?" Well yes I said, but I don't want them falling off due to
vibration?

I have bee using your system of rinses. I have recommended your system to many many people who tell me that they cannot believe the difference after ordering and using the rinses. You are an icon!!!  I try so hard to keep my mouth clean and germ free, and my toothbrush I put in the dishwasher to
sterilize it and sometimes let it sit in alcohol  but always rinse it with Listerine after I am done using it.

I still find it strange that after brushing I can still find food with the  floss!  I can honestly say that since I have been following your regime my mouth does feel clean, I just hope I continue to get good reports from the dentist. I am so glad you replied, I love hearing from you, you give me
hope!!!

M



Hi M,

I am glad to be of help!
I assure you some people have been using my system for over 15 years and they have NEVER had any new dental problems none, 100 percent rate of success. So build up your confidence!

You mention that you are flossing after brushing. My advice (IF you are flossing) is to floss BEFORE you start with any part of the system.

Then you can go from one step to the other and finish with your gums clean and (most importantly) soothed.

To achieve the ultimate clean you need to let each rinse work in a special
way. Each rinse has a different purpose.

Here is how to "swish" the different rinses:
1. Closys gentle swish: (let the rinse swish around any areas you know are prone to "bleeding" , where you have crowns or bridgework, or where you have been told there are "gum""periodontal" problems).

2. Listerine vigorous swish: ( really pull and push the liquid in and out between your teeth this is your liquid floss!)

3.ACT tooth soak swish: ( allow the ACT to bathe your teeth soak into the outside surface, coat your teeth for a few gentle minutes.)

This is a high level of the technique that may help you reach ultimate clean!!

Let me know if this helps,

Best Wishes,

Ellie

26 Corporate Woods
Rochester, NY 14623

2 comments:

Muscle_Burst said...

"I assure you some people have been using my system for over 15 years and they have NEVER had any new dental problems none, 100 percent rate of success. So build up your confidence!"

People simply not knowing about the system and/or refusing to use the system is the no.1 problem with the zellies system. I'm a male and if I try to tell another male about the zellies system the other male's ego immediately is called to arms and resists the idea.

What's the best way to promote the zellies system? Any tips would be helpful. I prefer to word of mouth, but I'm not too persuasive.

Dr. Ellie said...

Believe me, I understand the difficulties of explaining prevention and my system to people!
I hear you loud and clear!

There is so much misconception about what makes teeth healthy.
Also people assume if they brush their teeth, floss, and go to a dentist every six months -- they will be fine. So we have a problem right there!

To undo the misconceptions is virtually impossible. So what are we to do?
I believe we should begin by helping people understand that general "body" health is affected by "oral" health.
Disease in your mouth, will likely produce disease in your body.
Vice versa -- We have to show people with a healthy mouth are healthier!

I think "show and tell" works the best. People often ask me how I whiten my teeth -- which gives me a chance to explain my system.
As your own teeth look better and better, year after year, others may ask you what you are doing!

More pediatric dentists and pediatricians are understanding the importance of xylitol. They seem receptive to this part of the equation.
When a mother sees her children's teeth shiny and healthy -- she becomes more open to the idea of using the other products that I recommend.

Yes, this is a very slow process at the start. But unexpected things can come along -- for example -- I never expected the Internet to help me with my mission.
I have a focused belief that if you're doing the right thing, amazing things can happen -- help arrives in ways you least expect!

Thanks so much for your enthusiasm and support,

Ellie

Ellie Phillips DDS
www.CleanWhiteTeeth.com
www.Zellies.com
Dental Health for Everyone!
author, Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye
26, Corporate Woods, Rochester NY 14623
585-272-1270
585-272-9910
585-272-0705 (Fax)

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