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The content and opinions expressed on this website are solely held by Roseann & Michael Babboni and do not necessarily express the views or opinions of Young Living® or the platform provider Essenty. Savvy Minerals by Young Living, Thieves, Ningxia Red, Shutran, Animal Scents, KidScents, Vitality, Seedlings, Seed to Seal, Gary’s True Grit and Essential Rewards are registered trademarks of Young Living Essential Oils, LLC. All other product names, trademarks and registered trademarks are property of their respective owners. All company, product and service names used in this website are for identification purposes only.

Use of these names, trademarks, and brands does not imply endorsement. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Young Living products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Essenty is not affiliated with nor endorsed by Young Living®. It is with great pride that we are able to share the most authentic essential oils in the world with you. We joined Young Living in 2012 and over the past few years, Young Living's products have become an ever-increasing part of our lives. The more we use them the stronger our passion grows for sharing these amazing oils and oil-infused products with the world.

Young Living is the world leader in essential oils and no other company comes close to the quality, potency and purity of their products. From a business point of view, their commitment to integrity and support is unsurpassed, and their compensation plan and rewards program are extremely generous. If results are important to you, we hope you will spend some time reading a bit on our website. Authenticity is certainly most important, not only for the bottles of oils, but for the oil-infused products as well. If all of your questions haven't been answered here, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us! We are proud to represent Young Living and would be honored if you gave us the chance to introduce you to their products and/or business opportunity. When you visit your dentist's office for a cleaning, the dental hygienist uses specialized tools to clean your teeth. One of these tools is a dental scaler, also called a plaque scraper. You may have seen these tools for sale at your local store. These metal tools have sharp cutting edges that dental hygienists use to remove plaque and tartar from teeth. During dental scaling, plaque is removed from the tooth surface and underneath the gumline. Hygienists might also scale the surfaces of the roots – a process known as root planing – to smooth the area and remove plaque and stain. When plaque is allowed to build up on the teeth, it can cause problems like gum disease and tooth decay. The bacteria in the plaque release acids as they feed, and these acids break down the tooth enamel. However, while plaque needs to be removed, it shouldn't be done at home. It should be done by a dental professional, a dental hygienist or dentist. Although plaque scrapers are widely available in stores, it's not a good idea to use them yourself. These tools are specialized medical tools and it takes training to learn how to use them safely. Dental hygienists must attend college or university to receive their degree, and most of these programs take at least two years to complete, explains the American Dental Association. This extensive training ensures that dental hygienists know how to use dental scalers and other tools safely. Because plaque scrapers are sharp, improper use can damage the delicate gum tissue.

Trauma to the gum tissue isn't just painful, it can also cause gum recession. This means that the gum tissue lowers and exposes the sensitive roots of the teeth. The sharp plaque scraper could also cause injuries to your cheeks, tongue, or other soft tissues. Infections may also occur as a result of improper use of plaque scrapers.

Tartar can be accidentally pushed under the gumline, and this can lead to gum issues. If you're concerned about plaque, visit your dentist. Your dentist can examine your mouth to determine if you have plaque, tartar or other dental problems that need to be addressed.

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