What is Calcium Therapy?
Calcium Therapy Calcium Therapy is a non-invasive, non-surgical alternative that replaces gum surgeries. This rapid, safe and advanced therapy stimulates the gum and bone healing. It is pain-free and permanent. These materials reduce bleeding, soothe sore gums, tighten teeth, and heal abscesses and cysts. The calcium controls bad breath and whitens teeth. This is exciting for the Calcium Therapy Institute.
Calcium Therapy Goals
- Share with you a safe, NON-surgical alternative to gum surgeries.
- Inform you of the causes of periodontal disease.
- Help you avoid or recover from gum surgeries and maintain your dental health.
- Share information, materials and experiences related to our calcium materials.
WARNING !!! Calcium Therapy saves teeth.
FDA approves Calcium Therapy
The Food & Drug Agency [FDA] finally approved timed-released materials to be used under the gums for dental purposes. We have been using safe, effective calcium/zinc materials this way to solve even the most severe cases of periodontal disease from all over the USA and in over 60 countries…since 1965.
Calcium Therapy Materials
This advanced therapy is SIMPLE, SAFE and EFFECTIVE.
The calcium materials are applied to the gums and teeth WITHOUT Novocain, with NO pain. Calcium materials provide beneficial affects for extended periods, as long as a month, to enhance healing. They are quite remarkable, and it is difficult to imagine practicing without them. People want to save their teeth, and we help them do so without costly, agonizing surgery. Family dentists can do the same with this Calcium Therapy, at little or no expense for either the office or the patient.
SEE FOR YOURSELF!
Calcium Therapy Kit for teeth and gums is a 90-day supply of calcium for less than the cost of ONE dental filling. The Calcium Kit is a great kit of “Self-care” for the home or travel. It is a quick and refreshing treatment for your entire mouth. [learn more…]
REDUCES decay rate
HEALS the GUMS
What people really want is a practicing dentist who knows that what is are presented to patients is real, practical and common sense.” – Mark Manhart, DDS