According to the manufacturer, Trusted Health Products, they have sold more than a half-million bottles over the past 12 years. OraMD is designed to kill 22 harmful bacteria that lead to gum disease and other oral health problems. Since it’s a liquid, it gets between your teeth to reach hard-to-clean areas. And it definitely leaves your mouth feeling fresh and clean! It’s also safe for use with braces, crowns, fillings, dentures, veneers, and bonds. Here’s how you use it:
1. Brush twice daily in the morning and evening using 2-5 drops of OraMD on a toothbrush and brush normally.
2. Floss every evening before brushing, more frequently as needed. Get any food particles out from between teeth.
3. Use OraMD as a mouthwash twice a day: morning and evening. Just put 2-5 drops into an ounce of water, swish and gargle.
4. Mid-morning, mid-afternoon and as needed: put 2-5 drops of OraMD on the tip of the tongue to coat the gum line and teeth to kill bacteria and keep breath fresh.
If you’re interested in switching to an all-natural dental regimen, check out OraMD! They have a 1-year, 100% money back guarantee, no questions asked. Visit www.trustedhealthproducts.com/oramd/ to learn more and place an order or call 888-423-7500. “Like” OraMD on Facebook, too!
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Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional, and this post should not be considered medical advice. Your experience with this product may differ from mine. Check with your dentist before making changes to your oral health care regimen. I received a free bottle of this product for review purposes.