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A little bleeding from brushing can happen to anyone,
nothing wrong with that, right?

Wrong, spitting out blood after brushing is dead wrong…

It’s true, it happens to more people than you think…

A whopping 56% of Americans suffer from some form of gum disease…

But this does not make it any less serious…

You’re about to see inside this presentation why you should never ignore this sign.

So, not long after, something embarrassing happened.

At school, the other teachers kept turning their heads away when I was talking to them…

Or just made a step back to keep a distance…

And once I’ve even overheard a few of my students calling me “Beetlejuice”

If you don’t know who that is…well, it’s a movie character with rotten, horrible teeth…

When I heard them…

I just wished the ground would open and swallow me.

I went to the bathroom and looked at my teeth in the mirror.

Yellow, with swollen and irritated gums.

And as hard as it was to admit…

It was my breath that kept driving everybody away.

Which explained why Hannah kept avoiding kissing me or even hugging me.

But what really hurt like hell, was when I wanted to take my granddaughter, Sarah, into my arms, and she started crying:

“I don’t wanna! You make me vomit!”

Still, the worst was yet to come.

Pain.

Terrible, never ending, pulsating pain, even after popping painkillers like Tic-Tacs.

I was always moody.

Always tired.

Avoided to talk to people as much as I could.

And on top of everything, my upper left molar seemed to be moving.

It felt like in one of those bad dreams when, you know, your teeth are falling…only it was really happening…

My wife kept bugging me to go to the dentist.

On one side, I knew she was right, on the other side…I kept postponing it…. and eating only on the left side.

Listen, I’m a 6-foot tall man and I know how this sounds…

But I’d rather pet a venomous, hairy, giant tarantula than go to the dentist.

I get cold shivers up my spine just when thinking about it…

The gruesome smells, the gut wrenching instruments.

But then…

The dreadful night came.

Hannah was babysitting our granddaughter, so she was spending the night at our son’s house.

I had a free shift so I was happy to get into bed and finally get some sleep…

All seemed to be just fine, my gums weren’t swollen anymore so I fell asleep with a glimpse of hope…

…And got brutally woken up.

I’ll never forget the time: 12:47.

Choking, unable to breath, not knowing what was stuck in my throat.

Hopelessly staring at the clock on the nightstand…

A minute that felt like eternity: from 12:47 to 12:48.

Then coughing up all the blood…and the molar.

I was sick to my stomach when I saw all the mess.

Sick to my stomach when I thought I almost died, choking on a tooth in my sleep.

The next morning, my cheek was swollen.

After hearing all that had happened to me and seeing the way I looked, Hannah was worried sick.

So, I knew I had no choice: I had to go to the dentist.

My heart was pounding out of my chest when I entered the cabinet.

After a quick look into my mouth and an X-ray…

The dentist gave me 2 frightening news….

And, please, keep listening, especially if you’ve ever dealt with bleeding gums…

One. My gums were so damaged that I had passed right by gingivitis, and landed into the dangerous land of periodontitis.

Periodontitis is an advanced form of gum disease that begins
with inflammation and bleeding…and ultimately causes your gums to retract, your teeth
to fall, plus bad breath and tooth decay.

Not only that but gum disease and periodontitis are also linked to
respiratory infections, kidney disease and even oral deadly diseases.

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