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The Phillips Blotting Brush and Technique

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Dr Phillips had developed the unique Blotting Brush and the associated method of cleaning:  the Blotting Technique in the late 1960´s.

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The Blotting Brush

The unique feature of a Blotting Brush is their hollow bristles that have capillary action to draw plaque and debris from teeth and gums.

WEAPONS OF PLAQUE DESTRUCTION

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The Blotting Technique

The Blotting Technique lifts and holds plaque in the brush so that it can be removed.  Whereas brushing moves the plaque around the mouth and under the gums, the Blotting Technique is the only proven dental hygiene method that actually removes it from the mouth.

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The Technique is easy to get used to and the brushes are inexpensive which makes it understandable and affordable for everyone.

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Blotting Brush & Blotting Technique are the key to total oral health for a lifetime.

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Despite all the specialty toothpastes and mouthwashes available today gum disease is an ever increasing disease. Many suffer from it without ever knowing it.

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“No surgery has ever cured periodontal disease. Surgery shouldn’t be done until the mouth is healthy; surgery being only a post healing reconstructive procedure.” Dr.  J.E. Phillips

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Using the Blotting Technique  will enable you to clean 100% of your mouth – not just the 10% of your mouth taken up by your teeth.  You can even “floss” with this technique.

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Once you have purchased a Blotting Brush you are the proud owner

of the smallest and most effective health kit in the world.

 

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http://www.everydayhealth.com/dental-health/dental-health-advice-from-the-experts.aspx

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39 replies
        • Dr Elmar Jung
          Dr Elmar Jung says:

          Dear Hannah,
          Unfortunately the manufacturer has stopped producing the Blotting Brushes and so far we haven’t found any replacement with the same action.
          We will contact you as soon as we found one.

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  1. Todd
    Todd says:

    I’ve been trying out the blotting brush for a handful of months, but I’m still experiencing bleeding gums, so I’m unsure of how effective my technique is. I just listened to your podcast episode on blotting (Episode 14), and picked up a couple more tips I’ll try. First, you mentioned that there’s a video demonstration of Dr. Phillips using the blotting brush. Could you please help direct me to where I can see this video, if you can, thanks? Second, you mentioned using a plaque indicator tablet to see what plaque remains after brushing, or blotting. I’ll try that to see how effective my blotting really is. Thanks for your dental health tips. It’s much appreciated!

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  2. Mary
    Mary says:

    Do the PHB capped brushes act the same as the blotting brush? Do they have capillary action as well? They look very similar. Thanks!

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  3. Mary
    Mary says:

    Do the PHB capped brushes work like a blotting brush? Do their bristles have a capillary action? They look very similar. Thanks!

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  4. Leslie
    Leslie says:

    Best brushes I ever used. I’m now forced to clean using a normal brush and then ‘finish off’ using one of my last two blotting brushes in an effort to keep my gums healthy. I keep hoping someone will buy the patent and restart production.

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  5. Shane Rankine Rocha
    Shane Rankine Rocha says:

    please let me know if anyone ends up selling blotting toothbrushes again seems like theres a need and if someone has a brush handy they can start talking to manufacturers to start a side bussiness

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  6. Pat
    Pat says:

    Please inform me if a blotting brush becomes available. I just read Ramiel Nagel’s book ‘Cure Tooth Decay,’ and am interested in obtaining one.
    Regards

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  7. Andrea
    Andrea says:

    Hi Dr Jung – please add my details to the group interested in purchasing Dr Phillips’ blotting brush. Have used them before and they are definitely effective in keeping plaque at bay. Thanks!

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