What our
customers
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The ‘head honchos’ of Good-Gums, John Chisholm and Lynwood Murray, work hard behind the scenes to get your Good-Gums bottles screened and tested, prepped and packed, and sent out to you in perfect time, in full belief that this magic little bottle of nature’s goodness will help you with all of your oral needs.

The level of care they have for their customers is second to none so we asked them to compile a list of most frequently asked questions that they felt all current and future customers of Good-Gums could benefit from knowing.

If you have any more questions you’d like answering please comment below the article.

What John and Lynwood say:

Good-Gums contains everything you need for proper oral care including ingredients that help clean and remove plaque from your teeth as well as help bolster your immune system to support good gum health.  Therefore, you do not need to use toothpaste in addition to using Good-Gums. In fact, most toothpaste contain glycerin that effectively coats your teeth interfering with remineralizing and maintaining the proper balance of nutrients for your teeth and gums.  Therefore, we strongly recommend that you do not use toothpaste in addition to Good-Gums.

What John and Lynwood say:

A bottle will last approximately a month and a half for one person using it twice a day.

What John and Lynwood say:

Although there have been no clinical trials to support this statement, there is anecdotal evidence from customers and employees that suggests that the continued use of Good-Gums can help with receding gums.

What John and Lynwood say:

Although we cannot guarantee that Good-Gums will stop periodontal disease, we believe it is a great asset in supporting your own immune system and healthy gums.

What John and Lynwood say:

We recommend that you continue to see your dentist (and periodontist, if necessary) on a regular basis and follow the advice of these health professionals. Feedback from your dentist/periodontist can also be good indicators of your oral health progress.

What John and Lynwood say:

Brushing and flossing with Good-Gums can remove plaque from which calculus forms; however, once formed, it is often too hard (firmly attached) to be removed with a toothbrush. Calculus buildup can be removed with ultrasonic tools or dental hand instruments. In other words, once tartar is formed, you will probably need to go to the dentist to have it removed.

What John and Lynwood say:

Although Good-Gums contains no bleaching agent, many customers have reported that Good-Gums appears to whiten their teeth. Baking soda, one of the main ingredients, is known for its ability to whiten teeth.


What John and Lynwood say:

It depends on the individual and the condition of his/her oral health. Generally speaking, positive results of using Good-Gums are seen more quickly in those customers that have more acute oral health issues, such as bleeding or swollen gums. If a customer has decent oral health before starting to use Good-Gums, it will take a longer time for them to see dramatic results.

 What John and Lynwood say:

We ship anywhere in the world from our office in South Florida.

What John and Lynwood say:

All of the ingredients in Good-Gums are safe to swallow and we know of children that are five years old successfully using Good-Gums. We recommend that you check with your pediatrician before giving it to small children.

What John and Lynwood say:

The ingredients of Good-Gums contain parts of plants (such as leaves, bark, fruit pulp, skins and sap) that can start to decompose over time in a wet environment. So Good-Gums is produced as a dry powder to help the ingredients retain their potency longer and be fresh until it is used.

What John and Lynwood say:

In the unlikely instance that you are allergic to one of the ingredients, you can try and desensitize yourself by using Good-Gums once a week for a few weeks. Then if there is no reaction, you can use it twice a week. You can keep this up until you are able to use it daily. This strategy has been successfully used by one customer that was allergic to peppermint. She is now using it twice a day without incidence.

What John and Lynwood say:

We haven’t had any reports of interference with either prescription medications or over-the-counter medications. Some homeopathic remedies recommend not being mixed them with peppermint, so those remedies should not be taken within a half-hour of using GG, even though the amount of peppermint in one application of GG is quite small.


What John and Lynwood say:

To get the maximum benefits from using Good-Gums, we recommend that you keep using it and not discontinue it. Gum cells are one of the fastest reproducing cells in the body and they need all the help they can get!

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