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The Natural Dentist

The Natural Dentist line was acquired by Revive Personal Products Company in February 2010. Because Revive PPC is also the owner of Stim-U-Dent Plaque Removers, we offer your patients a complete way to maintain periodontal health.

Healthy Gums Mouth Rinse has been around for over 15 years and has built a loyal following among consumers and dentists. Healthy Gums and all of The Natural Dentist products are created primarily from botanical ingredients -- they are alcohol-free, SLS-free, free of artificial dyes and sweeteners, will not stain teeth or veneers, and taste great!

Stim-U-Dent Plaque Removers are uniquely-shaped, biodegradable wooden picks that gently fit between the teeth to remove plaque and debris. Dentists and consumers have been loyal to Stim-U-Dent for over 50 years. Stim-U-Dent also carries the ADA Seal of Acceptance.

Stim-U-Dent and The Natural Dentist Healthy Gums mouth rinse have been clinically tested and are proven to be just as effective as Peridex.1 Additionally, Stim-U-Dent has been clinically proven to be more effective in the treatment of bleeding gums than dental floss.2

We know that your patients will love using these proven products.

Our products are available to you from your favorite dental distributor and your patients can easily find them at a variety of retailers including Walmart, Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS and Whole Foods Market.

We are happy to provide your office with samples.

1Stim-U-Dent is more effective at reducing or preventing interdental inflammation. Abelson D. "The clinical Efficacy of Wooden Interdental Cleaners in Gingivitis Reduction." Clinical Preventive Dentistry. 1987 Nov-Dec; 9(6):17-20. The Natural Dentist Healthy Gums is more effective at killing germs. Gultz, J. et al. Journal of Clinical Dentistry Vol. IX No 2 1998
2Stim-U-Dent is more effective in the treatment of bleeding gums than dental floss. P. Finkelstein, PhD. "Mechanical Devices Versus Antimicrobial Rinses in Plaque and Gingivitis Reduc-tion." Clinical Preventive Dentistry. (1990): 8-11.