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The Bass technique for brushing teeth

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Very interesting, and thanks to Eddie of Australia for point this out.

There’s another video that shows the technique using a regular toothbruhs, and it is clear that the regular toothbrush has the weaknesses described in the video above — but the other video also offers a better look at the angle and teeth. sells toothbrushes of the Bass design and also Oral Mouth Blend:

Organic and wild crafted essential oils of: cinnamon leaf, peppermint, spearmint, clove, myrrh, and manuka in a base of certified organic almond oil (or certified organic jojoba oil for nut free version)

It has a very refreshing taste, and they note that it is “gluten free, soy free, GMO free, fluoride free, SLS free, glycerin free, and NO additives, toxins, ‘questionable ingredients’, or artificial anything.”

I like enough that I’ve also ordered a jar of their Shine Remineralizing Tooth Whitening Powder.

As I note in Disclaimer (see links at right):

I get no remuneration of any sort—money, discounts, products, services, meals, or gift—from any of the vendors or manufacturers mentioned in my blog or books except as specifically noted. Unless otherwise noted, the services, products, and merchants are mentioned purely because they impressed me and I wanted to share the knowledge. Nor do I get any remuneration from the blog itself, other than the satisfaction of bringing joy into the lives of my several readers. In other words: no affiliate links, other than the one case of linking to my own book, for which I do get a royalty. But when I praise (say) some brands of cast-iron or carbon-steel skillets, I get nothing other than the pleasure of sharing the knowledge I derived from my experience. — LeisureGuy (his mark)

So I’m telling about this for the same reason Eddie told me: I tried it and like it and am passing the word along. No affiliate links, kickbacks, no remuneration of any kind.

Written by LeisureGuy

26 November 2019 at 1:59 pm

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  1. Is it true!! Some professionals think reusing sections of floss may redistribute bacteria pulled off one tooth onto another tooth.

    Anthony Alfonso

    10 February 2020 at 1:00 am

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