How to Take Care of Your Teeth and Gums

June 10, 2021

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Want to Know How to Keep Your Teeth and Gums Clean and Strong?

Here is a straight fact; you will never feel truly healthy and well with a sick mouth.

Your oral health is more than just a great smile and fresh breath. Consider this, your mouth is the gateway to your body and you need to make sure it is a healthy gate.

Your mouth plays a critical role in not only providing the nutrition that your body needs to run well and have energy but it is also an important player in your immune system. When your oral cavity weakens and fails, then all kinds of bad guys can slip through the gates and cause some serious problems.

To truly achieve great health and lasting energy, it is important to bring your oral health up to the next level as well.


Poor oral health has been linked to serious health conditions, such as:
  • Chronic inflammation, which affects your entire body
  • Cardio-vascular disease Infections in the inner lining, chambers and valves of your heart
  • Pregnancy complications, such as low birth weight and premature births
  • Respiratory diseases and illnesses, such as pneumonia
  • Diabetes
  • Eating disorders
  • Various types of cancer
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Immune system disorders
  • Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias
  • Mood conditions, such as stress, anxiety and depression

And of course, problems in your mouth, such as:

  • Tooth loss, decay and cavities
  • Gum disease
  • Bone loss (the bacteria associated with gum disease eats away the bone around your mouth)
  • Chronic bad breath
  • Oral thrush, yeast infections
  • Sensitive teeth


The main cause and source of poor oral health lies with bacterial imbalances and overgrowth.

Bacteria is an essential part of life and our lives as human beings could not even exist without our bacterial teammates. Understand this point well and you can change the course of not only your oral health, but your entire physical (and even mental) health as well.

RULE: A healthy and productive balance of bacteria within our bodies form the foundation of living and this is an integral part of our functioning existence.

But how does this apply to the health of your oral cavity?

It all starts when certain bacteria grow out of control. Then, the healthy bacteria in your mouth are overwhelmed (or even disappear all together). Now, the healthy balance in your mouth is upset and problems begin.

Our bodies evolved on simple and basic diets. We ate little, if any, sugars and certainly did not eat 3 meals a day! Our carbohydrate consumption was quite minimal and without question the foods were organic, wholesome, fiber packed and free of all chemicals and preservatives.

But realistically, no one is returning to a true hunter and gatherer diet. Not only would that diet be very hard to follow, it would actually be impossible to follow as those ancient food sources are not even there anymore.

Bottom line, there have been enormous changes in our diets, caloric consumption and environment making bacteria imbalances and overgrowth a fact of daily life.

But, thankfully, one can restore a healthy bacterial environment and create a healthy mouth.

Quite often the solution to the bacteria “problem” is to just kill them all.

For example, this approach is used i common products such as mouthwashes that advertise "kills 99.9% of all bacteria" or harsh oral rinses loaded with chemical bleaches. Except for critical circumstances, such as a severe infection or wound, this is a very poor solution. When you kill everything off, you kill the good with the bad. This approach is not good for the bacterial balance. The usual result is that the bad grow back stronger, dominate your mouth and now it becomes a dwindling spiral of poor health.

The solution is not to kill off all bacteria with harsh chemicals and bleaches. The effective solution is to restore a healthy bacterial balance in your mouth and then let nature do its part and heal your mouth naturally!

Isolating the basic source of poor oral health led to a solution that harnesses the natural healing power existing in your mouth. This is our Great Oral Health System. 

It was developed by Dr. Paul O'Malley. After years of research, and active practice as a holistic dentist, Dr. O’Malley created a simple, yet powerful system to restore a healthy mouth.

This happens in three steps:

  1. Control the bad bacteria in your mouth with our healthy and natural blend of essential oils that have been researched for their ability to suppress the growth of the bad bacteria in your mouth with little negative effect on the good bacteria. This is done with our OraRestore Tooth and Gum Oil.
  2. Then, load up your mouth with beneficial bacteria. You want to colonize your oral cavity with the “good guys” and you do this by using our highly advanced and patented formulation of oral probiotics. Just like adding probiotics for your gut will improve your digestive tract and overall health, so will adding beneficial bacteria to your mouth work to freshen breath and to improve your tooth and gum health. As an added benefit, they can even beef up your immune system. That’s right, a healthy mouth with a proper balance of bacteria will actually fight off colds, sore throats while reducing the risk of tooth decay and helping your gums to heal.
  3. Now, fortify and keep your teeth strong with our pro-mineralizing toothpaste. You cannot regrow your enamel, but you can strengthen them by remineralization. Our toothpaste is loaded with a patented and advanced form of nano-hydroxyapatite (that is the form of calcium that basically makes up your enamel). This highly advanced and technical formulation has been clinically proven to dramatically lessen sensitivity, strengthen your enamel and even help to naturally brighten and whiten your smile.


While each of our products are pretty potent by themselves, when you combine the use of all three then the sum is definitely greater than the parts. Together they make a team that helps you, and your family, to build strong and natural oral health which extends to supporting better physical and mental health overall.

And it only takes minutes a day. Here is how it goes:

Our OraRestore Tooth and Gum Oil will keep the bad bacteria under control, our Advanced Oral Probiotics will bring in the beneficial bacteria to crowd out the bad guys and restore a naturally healthy oral environment and then our Pro-Mineralizer Toothpaste will bring strength and protection back to your teeth and gums.

You can take it all a simple step further. Add on our specially designed stainless-steel tongue cleaner (for great breath control) and our sustainable bamboo-charcoal toothbrush and you have got a pretty powerful punch to bad oral health… out with the bad and in with the good!

And unlike complicated health routines, this is such a simple and easy system to work into your life. Just follow these steps:

  • In the morning, gently clean your tongue with our tongue cleaner (takes a few seconds) and then rub a few drops of OraRestore on your teeth, gums and tongue. Swish around your mouth and you are good to go. If you like, especially if you have sensitive teeth or feeling extra “gunky”, then you can follow this up by brushing your teeth with our Pro-Mineralizer toothpaste, gently, for 30-60 seconds. All done. (NOTE: See our blog on “When Not to Brush Your Teeth” for the reason why you should NOT brush after eating or drinking but use our OraRestore oil instead)
  • During the day, use the OraRestore after meals and definitely after any snacks, sweets, juices or sodas. Super easy to use, just a drop rubbed along the gum line, or even a few drops on your tongue with a swish. This will provide bacterial control throughout the day with the added plus of keeping your breath fresh and clean.
  • Then at night, floss your teeth and brush with our Pro-Mineralizer toothpaste. Then take two of our Advanced Oral Probiotics and either let them dissolve in your mouth or gently chew them and hold the mix in your mouth for 30-60 seconds (you can swish it around). *

That is about it. It is a super simple and affordable process. When done consistently you will see amazing results in your mouth over time. And the benefits will extend far beyond your mouth to a healthier you and to a more enjoyable life overall.

Interested in checking out our Great Oral Health system to take your health to the next level? We have made it available on our website as a monthly subscription product (this is because it takes consistency and time to rebuild and maintain superior oral health). 




*You can either swallow the mix or just spit it out as our oral probiotics are specifically designed for the mouth and not the stomach. This is important to understand as some individuals (these are very few, about 2 in 10,000) can experience stomach sensitivity with any probiotics–and so, if that is the case we recommend simply spitting out the mix afterwards rather than swallowing.

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