This Tooth Faerie Story

How did Tooth Tonic come about? Well, sadly, I wasn’t born with great teeth genes;

nor was I instructed in the important routines of oral care. By the time I was nine I had

nine fillings. Not good. 

Even though I thereafter resolved to look after my teeth, it was to no avail – I kept
having

dental troubles. I've had crowns, bridges and root canals – and at some point my gums

started to recede (gingivitis). All of this tooth ache and professional dental treatment was

not only unpleasant (to say the least), it was expensive. 

I’m not sure when the penny finally dropped but at some point I realised that it was time    

to take control of my own dental destiny. Initially I gravitated toward ‘natural’ tooth products

such as fluoride-free toothpastes. After all, the fluoride in toothpastes didn't seem to be of

much help to me, and I had a strong feeling that a natural way MUST be the right way.

So I began researching, reading everything I could get my hands on about organic substances with natural healing properties. Ironically, it was my existing interest in aroma therapy that ultimately led me to discovering the oral health benefits of essential oils. I selected a few ingredients that had strong antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. After a few years of experimenting, adjusting, and fine tuning (and testing it on my family and friends), I came up with the recipe for Tooth Tonic. 

Oral health is essential to overall health. Tooth Tonic keeps me and my mouth in a state of wellness. It protects and nourishes it – with essential oils which contain no toxic chemicals or harsh abrasives. And it tastes yummy; the minty flavour lasts for hours (no bad breath!). It is not animal tested but human tested! My teeth have been getting stronger – no more cavities – and my gingivitis has been stopped in its tracks. But don’t just take my word for it, read the testimonials of the happy customers who have taken back the power over their own oral health through the use of Tooth Tonic. 

Directions: after flossing up and down (each tooth you wish to keep), rinse well, then simply apply 2 drops of Tooth Tonic of your liking- mint or Fennel (both are just as good) onto your toothbrush and brush your teeth as usual. Rinsing is optional. 

Click  here  for a list of Tooth Tonic ingredients and their properties.

About Black Whitener

Black Whitener is a powder that has been developed to gently cleanse, whiten and remineralise your teeth with organic, healthy and edible ingredients. It pairs the revolutionary teeth whitening powers of coconut charcoal with the remineralising properties of ethically harvested coral calcium, along with other healing (and edible) ingredients . Black Whitener  and Remineraliser comes in a beautiful, handy 10g personal jar and is best used in conjunction with Tooth Tonic. 

Directions: Black Whitener contains mild abrasives. It should be used only twice weekly either after brushing your teeth with Tooth Tonic or dipping brush (that has Tooth Tonic on) into the jar to thoroughly coat the brush and continue to brush as usual. The ingredients can aid in maintaining strong teeth and bones. 

Please avoid using while on medication (as absorption of coconut charcoal and green clay may obstruct medicine’s absorption).

The Tooth Faerie proudly supports The Orangutan Project with monthly donations to their Orphan Adoption Program, which relies on consistent and stable financial support to ensure that orphaned orangutans will one day be free again to live with dignity and freedom.

As well as supporting Caldera Environment Centre.

The Tooth Faerie is a wildlife carer and proudly supports Tweed Valley Wildlife and WIRES to help rescue and care for native animals, provide more wildlife information and education to the community, to protect and preserve native animals and to train and support more volunteer rescuers and carers

MEDICAL AND GENERAL DISCLAIMER FOR thetoothfaerie.com.au 
The Tooth Faerie website contains collected general information about oral health conditions and treatments, and provides information  and recommendations for natural remedies. The information and recommendations cannot substitute for the advice of a medical professional (for instance, a qualified dental practitioner). The Tooth Faerie will not be held liable or responsible in any way for any harm, injury, illness, or death that may result from the use of its content or anything related to it. 

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