Plaque Buster makes all the others obsolete.

To whom it may concern:

I am writing this testimonial as an update to the one I wrote in

November of 2014 for the Plaque Buster. I have been giving out

samples of the Plaque Buster for the past few years and the results

are great. I even have patients who buy multiple packs to give to

friends, put in Easter baskets, and use for stocking stuffers.

For those patients who are using the product as instructed on a

daily basis we are seeing less inflammation, in the way of less

bleeding, and a reduction in the depth of the periodontal pockets.

This is wonderful because periodontal disease has been linked to

heart disease, diabetes, and low-birth weight babies. More than

85% of Americans have some form of periodontal disease, which

leads to loss of bone and the supporting tissues around teeth.

I feel the Plaque Buster is a wonderful addition/alternative to

flossing. While there is still a need to floss to remove plaque and

biofilm from the contact points between the teeth, this product, from

what I have seen, does a much better job at stimulating and

reducing bacteria at the gumline. I feel it does a better job for two

main reasons. First, patients seem to be more compliant with the

Plaque Buster over that of flossing, and secondly I believe patients

who do floss are spending more time around each tooth with the

Plaque Buster than when flossing. This allows for greater reduction

in plaque and biofilm that cause an inflammatory response in the


What makes the Plaque Buster different than any other rubber tip

on the market is quality, easy of use, and size. We live in a world

that demands ease and compact size. Many of my elderly patients

have complained they cannot change the tips on their rubber tips at

home. This product eliminates the need to change any parts, and is

compact enough to fit in a wallet! This is today’s rubber tip

stimulator. It will make all the others obsolete.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Best Regards,


Penelope NowlingComment