Healing Gum Disease

Hello, I am Kristin Killops of Quantum Techniques.

If you’ve been told you have gum inflammation, gingivitis or periodontal disease, or perhaps when you’re at your dental exam, when the dentist is checking for what’s called “pocket depths” around the teeth, instead of healthy one or two numbers, you’re getting fours, fives or sixes. I have a really effective and simple technique, or treatment for you to do.

You take a Waterpik, and fill it 50/50; half warm water and half mouthwash. Then, you turn it on, and you take the wand, and you’re going to point it up into the gum line, that little juncture between the teeth and the gums. You’ll just follow the gum line around each tooth, pointing the flow of liquid up into that little crease. Then, you’ll go to the inside of the teeth and do the same on the upper, and then you’ll turn it down so the little tip is facing down, and you’ll go along the gum line of each of the lower teeth, outside and inside.

Do this at least once a day, perhaps at the end of the day, or if you are around home, you can do it after every meal, and the inflammation will subside, and the infection will heal. The numbers will go down to healthy numbers again for those pocket depths, and the redness and tenderness will be gone, and a multitude of eventual problems will be prevented. Pretty simple, pretty effective, and right there at your fingertips. Thanks!

About Dr. Kristin Killops

Faced with a prolonged and near fatal illness at age 19, Kristin found herself launched into the broad landscape of medicine, from experimental bone marrow transplants and chemotherapy to individualized nutrition and psychic healing. Kristin survived to make medical history and live a normal productive life, including giving birth to four healthy children despite being sterilized from extensive chemotherapy. Her story, featured in Dr. Andrew Weil’s book, Spontaneous Healing, demonstrates the body’s tremendous capacity to heal even in extreme conditions and the miraculous transformations energy healing can have. Kristin became a Naturopathic Doctor in 1985. She later discontinued naturopathic medicine to become an energy healer and trained in Reconnective Healing, BodyTalk, Neuro-Emotional Technique, EFT and counseling. During this time, Kristin also embarked on a deep spiritual journey which led to profound inner transformation and opened the door to more subtle energies and a unique healing gift. When she discovered Quantum Techniques, she knew she had found her calling. It is a highly effective healing modality which seamlessly weaves together the key components to health and all that she is passionate about; energy work, a wholesome lifestyle and emotional framework, removing the toxin load from the body, spirituality and the advancement of consciousness. Kristin lives in Portland, Oregon.

11 comments

  1. What kind of mouthwash do you use??

    • Thanks for your question, Ruth. I have used Tom’s mouthwash. I’m surprised by this, but Crest also tests ok for the gums for me; it is not my first choice but will do in a pinch. If you have one you’re wondering about, feel free to email me and I’ll be glad to test it for you. Blessings, Kristin

  2. Hi Kristin. would you test me for Toms mouthwash? Also I have been told by my dentist that I may need my wisdom teeth out – Im 52, not in any pain but its crowded in there and difficult to keep clean, is this a good enough reason to have them removed? seems a bit drastic to me!

    Regards

    Rachel

    • Hi Rachel. Thank you for your questions. The Tom’s mouthwash tests fine for you. As for the wisdom teeth removal, it is not cut and dried as it depends on the degree of of crowding, how your teeth are being affected, etc. I’m sorry, but I cannot advise on that!
      Blessings,
      Kristin Killops

      • Hi Kristin. Thank you so much for your prompt reply, I am ordering the mouth wash and waterpik today!

        • Hi Rachel. Good for you! You will love how deeply clean your mouth feels after using the water pic. Please let me know how it goes. Blessings and health, Kristin

  3. Thanks Kristin for sharing the technique. Inflammation will arise no matter which method you use. The diet may cause dental problems sometimes or poor dental hygiene. People use many home remedies to prevent dental problems. I don’t think many people have a Waterpik in their house.

    • You are absolutely correct that diet is often involved in oral health; poor dental hygiene as well. However if someone has gum inflammation from whatever source, this technique addresses it. This technique is part of good hygiene.
      Thank you for you question.
      Sincerely,
      Kristin

  4. Excellent post! Cleaning the gums this way will definitely help heal gingivitis, as can regular oral hygiene habits.

  5. Christine Jordan

    Hi Kristin
    What kind of water pic do you use ? there are so many to choose from.
    I’m reading Dr Weil’s book right now-your story is amazing !

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