The Ultimate in Mouth Care:
Teeth Cleaning Toothsoap and Natural Toothpaste
for Sensitive Teeth and Gums

In the book, "Nutrition and Physical Degeneration" written by Weston A. Price, DDS and his wife Florence sometime before 1939, the couple reveal the results of their studies of communities in Switzerland, the Hebrides and tribes of Indians in Alaska. They found that these isolated people, whose diet consisted of only natural food, had about 1/15th the decay as people who ate refined carbohydrates.

More recently, Dean Bonlie, DDS from Canada, found the same phenomenon in Alaskan Indians and South Sea Islanders. He discovered that teeth that should have been completely sound were badly decayed in people eating high refined carbohydrate diets. On the other hand, he found perfect teeth in tribesmen and islanders who didn't consume refined carbohydrate products. The best news of all is that Dr. Bonlie discovered that bad teeth and gums were reversed when the tribesmen changed their diet and mouth care procedures.

More compelling is the research done by Dr. Gerard F. Judd, Professor, Chemist and Researcher. In his book, "Good Teeth Birth to Death", Dr. Judd exposes many myths about fluoride, toothpaste, tooth decay and gum health, and builds a strong case for the use of tooth soap. Much of Dr. Judd's work is summarized on this page.

3 Reasons Why You Need to Stop Using
Commercial Toothpaste to Clean Your Teeth

Reason #1: Commercial Toothpaste Contains Fluoride

Fluoride is a severe biological poison (read more). Being intensely negative, it unlatches positive hydrogen bonds in enzymes and proteins. If you look at your tube of toothpaste, you will see a warning similar to this:

"Warning. Keep out of reach of children under 6 years of age. If more than [sic] used for brushing is accidentally swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away."

The warning on toothpaste tubes is due to lawsuits in which children were poisoned by fluoride-containing toothpaste. For instance, Keith Cantor, a little boy who lived in McMinnville, Oregon died in the dentists chair from ingesting one-half teaspoon of fluoride, and three kidney dialysis patients were killed in 1998 at the University of Chicago Medical School, when nurses used unpurified Chicago tap water for dialysis.

To add to the problem, most states add at least 1 ppm of sodium fluoride or fluorosilic acid (radioactive toxic waste that contains fluoride) to the water supply, even though it has been proven that at least 113 medical side effects from cancer to headaches are caused by fluoride in the water. 

Reason #2: Toothpaste Prevents Tooth Re-enamelization

Toothpaste contains viscous, sticky glycerin, the main ingredient in toothpaste, which coats the teeth and prevents re-enamelization from nutrients in the diet. Glycerin takes over 20 rinses to be removed and leaves your teeth coated! Skeptical? Try this simple test. Start with a clean sink and smear some of your toothpaste on the sink. Rinse it off and watch how the water beads up because of the sticky glycerin. You will have to keep rinsing and rinsing to remove it! Your teeth are similar to a porcelain sink, and your teeth are being coated every time you use toothpaste. Coated teeth cannot re-enamelize from nutrients in the diet!

Reason #3: Commercial Toothpaste Contains Silica

Silica, which is sand, can harm gums and abrades (wears away) tooth enamel.

"Your liquid tooth soap is the best product I ever bought on line!"
-- Marianna R., WisconsinI

How to Clean the Teeth for Healthier Teeth and Gums

How you care for your mouth determines the health of your teeth and gums. Use soap to clean your teeth because soap is an excellent detergent, mixing insoluble oils on the tongue, inner cheek and teeth with the water and rinsing it away. Teeth that are cleaned and rinsed using bar soap are far cleaner than those cleaned with toothpaste, which contains sugar, acid, chalk, silicates (sand), soap, fluoride, methyl benzoate (for a cool mouth) dyes, stabilizers, mixing agents and other contaminating chemicals. These ingredients badly contaminate the teeth and prevent good enamelization.

Any tooth-cleaning soap won't do. The soap must be free of impurities.

Unlike other toothpastes on the market, Perfect Prescription Tooth Soap contains NO added glycerin, synthetic sweeteners, silicates (sand), fluoride, dyes, stabilizers or other materials that can damage teeth. All batches of Perfect Prescription bar shreds and liquid soap are made in small quantities to insure you are getting a fresh product. Tooth soap tastes best if used within three months of opening the jar. Perfect Prescription Tooth Soap is made in the USA in a commercial kitchen licensed by the Oregon Department of Agriculture and is Certified Kosher by Star-K.

"Thank you for the tooth soap. It is wonderful. I've been using the soap for about two months now. After an absence of two years from the dentist, I went for a checkup yesterday, and my dentist told me that my gums and teeth are so healthy, that there was nothing for him to do. He exclaimed that I've been doing a good job of keeping my teeth clean. No scraping and no hurting. And this is from a person who had gum surgery due to pockets in the gums and I still have one pocket that is now clean whereas before my dentist would tsk, tsk, tsk. Thanks again." -- Ara

If you prefer using a toothpaste, we also carry the Miessence line of organic toothpaste, which does not contain fluoride, glycerin, synthetic sweeteners, silicates (sand), fluoride, dyes, stabilizers or other materials that can damage teeth. For more information about a product, click the more info link.

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Mouth Care Products Summary


Simplified natural dental care in three easy steps:

STEP 1 - Brush with Essential Tooth Wash™ morning formula when you wake up. This deep cleaning formula will remove any sticky plaque formed on your teeth at night and leave your teeth feeling silky smooth.

STEP 2 - Brush with essential Tooth Wash™ evening formula before you go to sleep. Neutralize acids at night and bathe your teeth in natural calcium.

STEP 3 - Rinse with Tooth Fresh™ during the day, after meals, when you can't brush or when you want to freshen your breath.

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All natural and non toxic, Perfect Prescription Tooth Brightener powder whisks away common everyday food stains and brightens teeth. more info

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Miessence Natural Toothpaste is great for cleaning teeth -- especially sensitive teeth or gums -- and it brightens your teeth naturally with baking soda, salt and essential oils. Available in mint, lemon and anise. more info



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A refreshing, natural, alcohol-free certified organic mouthwash that kills germs and freshens breathe. more info



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A single toothbrush can harbor millions of microorganisms, which translate into harmful germs and bacteria germs and bacteria that thrive in the warm, moist environment of the average bathroom. VioLight stops these germs and bacteria dead in their tracks. more info



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Tips for Healthier Teeth and Gums

Research has established that fluoride makes the teeth WORSE and not better (ref 1, 2, 3). Dr. Gerard F. Judd, Professor, Chemist and Researcher, in his book, "Good Teeth Birth to Death" lays out in no uncertain terms all the detail to achieve his claims, and offers these tips as the best way to have perfect teeth:
  1. Rinse acids off the teeth during eating.
  2. Brush the teeth with bar soap (ref 5).
  3. Take calcium pills with Vitamin D daily (ref 4).
  4. Take freshly made sodium ascorbate daily for gum connections to the teeth (ref 7).
  5. Dispense with the worry that bacteria harm teeth: THEY CANNOT (ref 8).
  6. Dispense with the worry that sugar destroys teeth. Sugar has never been proven to have anything to do with cavities (ref 9).
  7. Avoid all fluoride products. They destroy teeth, unravel enzymes and cause 113 ailments (ref 10).

"I really couldn't tell you how long I have been using tooth soap, but I will guess at about 8-9 months. Before using the tooth soap I had severe sensitivity and my gums were receding, slowly but too fast for my taste!! I can now eat ice cream or drink an iced drink without the sharp pains that would cause me to hesitate. My gums no longer "regularly" bleed while brushing or flossing and have a very healthy pink color to them...and I might add the receding has seemingly slowed to a halt. I battle hypothyroidism and fibromyalgia and I can attest to the reality that you can first and foremost "sense" your well-being in your teeth. I am so very pleased with the tooth soap, thank you!" -- Denise


These references were provided by Dr. Gerard F. Judd, Professor, Chemist and Researcher, in his book, "Good Teeth Birth to Death" (GTBD), Research Publications Co.:

  1. J Pub Health Dentistry, Nov. 1993. This article states we have a tooth decay epidemic in the US since 42% of people over 65 years of age have no natural teeth, 44-year-olds have an average of 30 decays, 17-year-olds have an average of 11 decays, the blacks and the poor are twice as bad as this and the American Indians have four times the tooth trouble. American Indians have free dental care, and have had since almost the beginning of fluoridation. If fluoride helped prevent cavities at a rate of 80% per 15 years as the proponents of fluoride claimed in the beginning of the early studies of the forties, US residents would now have less than two cavities per person (my calculation).
  2. In MediZine, V6 #2, April of 2000, the American Dental Association again states that a dental epidemic exists and 42% of those over 65 years of age and 25% of those over 44 years of age have no natural teeth. They admit their ignorance as to why.
  3. Four curves representing a total of 480,000 students and covering over 30 years of study indicate that the increasing concentration of fluoride in drinking water from 0 to 1 ppm increases the cavities 7, 43, 22 and 10% in Japan, Tucson, India and the US (see GTBD, pp 44,45,46 and 49). In other words, fluoridation about doubles cavitation from the normal (my calculation). Numerous studies verify the fact that fluoridation of water increases cavities.
  4. Tooth enamel (essentially calcium phosphate) reacts with all acids to form cavities (see any chemistry text dealing with solubilities). The proton of the acid pulls the phosphate right out of the enamel, and fast. By drinking a sip of water along with the acid during eating, the acid reacts chemically with water immediately to form hydronium ion and thus the enamel is saved. One can use milk or coffee for the same purpose, since they are both nonacidic. Dr. Albert Schatz, Nobelist who discovered streptomycin, found several decades ago that sharks' teeth with their excessive fluoride would dissolve just as readily in citric acid as ordinary non-fluoridated teeth, laying to rest the hypothesis that fluoride would stop cavities. The dental people (American Dental Association) pushed aside this discovery and Dr. Schatz' discoveries regarding excessive baby mortalities caused by fluoridation in Chili, South America as insignificant. They returned his mail 3x unopened and would not deal with him.

    Some harmful acids (with pH <4) which are tart to the taste and attack the enamel include lemons, grapefruit, oranges, pineapple, kiwi fruit, tomatoes, vinegar, cider, vitamin C (especially chewable) and stomach acid. The lower the pH, the more rapidly the acids attack. Body acid (extremely weak) is insignificant in this process. Nonacid foods such as beans, bread and potatoes have no action on teeth. Worry about such foods is over. The only worry about nonacid foods is if they will crack the teeth due to their hardness. Chewing ice, unpopped corn kernels, extremely hard nuts, bones or other hard objects is not smart, since teeth do have a breaking strength.
  5. Re-enamelization of the teeth occurs when they are clean. All toothpastes make a barrier of glycerine on the teeth which would require 20 rinses to get it off. A good solution for clean teeth is bar soap. Brush the teeth thoroughly and the gums gently, then rinse with water three or four times. All oils are washed off the teeth and the gums are disinfected. The bacteria are killed by the soap. The teeth are then ready for re-enamelization with calcium and phosphate in the diet. The enzyme adenosine diphosphatase delivers phosphate to the enamel surface. Use only soaps made specifically to clean teeth because many soaps, including liquid soaps, have a different composition that is harmful to the protoplasm.

    Re-enamelization is necessary on a daily basis because the enamel leaches slightly with water, as well as the bones, over decades leading to holey bones and holey teeth even in the absence of acid attack. Without re-enamelization, we could never have good teeth.
  6. Calcium (1.2 g if it is the only source) with vitamin D can be easily obtained. Other required vitamin and mineral requirements of the body can be found on page 56 of GTBD. Vitamin D helps to deliver calcium to its needed site. All acid-soluble calcium compounds such as calcium carbonate or calcium citrate are suitable with D. It goes without saying that calcium is necessary in building calcium phosphate teeth.
  7. A good daily tonic is to put one level teaspoon (4 g) of Vitamin C powder in a glass, add one-half teaspoon (2 g) baking soda, add one inch of water, let fizz, dilute to eight ounces and drink. The compound made here is fresh sodium ascorbate. This is about 1000 times as soluble as C, and is more reactive towards antibody- and connective-tissue construction and viral destruction. Thus, the gums knit back to the teeth, avoiding any kind of oral surgery for "receding gums." Receding gums are nothing but gum pockets caused by toothpaste and especially fluoride, which severs all proteins because of its highly negative character. Fluoride is the smallest negative ion on earth, and consequently is the most intensely negative particle on earth. As such, fluoride breaks the positive hydrogen bonds, which hold the coils together, in proteins and enzymes.
  8. We know that bacteria have nothing to do with loss of enamel. Witness the billions of animal and human remains in the earth which have lost all the flesh and are reduced to tooth enamel and bones. It is quite evident that the teeth have been through bacterial contact but are unaffected. The same with human teeth. They cannot be affected by bacteria, because there is no carbon or hydrogen in enamel, which bacteria subsist on. Study of streptococcic mutans as a source of so-called "decay" is a waste of government funding donated to dental organizations.
  9. Sugars (fructose, glucose and sucrose) were found in Dr. Judd's laboratory studies to be unable to dissolve calcium phosphate to any extent, even in hot water solution. The reason for this is that the chelation process of the sugar towards teeth is slow because of the large size of the molecule, and perhaps for the particular shape of the chelate formed. Sugars are not the cause of tooth cavities to any great extent, but still it will do no harm to rinse off the teeth after consuming candy, especially the sticky variety. The adhering barrier will prevent re-enamelization.
  10. Fluoride at very low levels destroys at least 66 out of 83 enzymes by uncoupling the hydrogen bond linkage between the enzyme coils. Fluoride causes 113 known ailments, ten of which were established through double blind studies, which although noteworthy, may be of no more significance than the individual diagnoses.

    Fluoride in the gels used (inappropriately) to harden the enamel is extremely toxic at a concentration of 13,000 ppm (1.3%). Keith Kantor of McMinneville Oregon was killed in the dentist's chair three years ago by swallowing half a teaspoon of the gel. His brother nearly died from the same treatment, but was saved by having calcium gluconate administered to him.

    Three kidney dialysis patients at the University of Chicago Medical School were killed 3 years ago when nurses used unpurified Chicago tap water for dialysis. Chicago water has 2 ppm fluoride in it during the winter. Fluoridated water is lethal to dialysis patients. Fluoride is also very harmful to the kidneys of ordinary people.

    One can look up the lethal dose of a large number of chemicals all the way from botulinum and snake poison toxins to sugar, a nontoxin. It is interesting that the lethal dosage of fluoride compound for a 50 kg man is 2.5 mg (fluoroacetic acid), and 400 mg for arsenic oxide. Numerous people, animals and fish on earth, especially in the United States, have been killed by fluoride, but very few, if any, by arsenic.

    Toothpaste companies now are required to put warning signs on tubes so children will not consume enough of the 1000 ppm (.1%) material to make them sick or cause death. This requirement arises out of lawsuits in which children were poisoned by fluoride-containing toothpaste.

    The best available data indicates about 120,000 cancer patients are killed annually because of fluoride in their drinking water. These include patients with every type of cancer. The dramatic increase of cancer cases in the US in recent times can probably be laid directly on the shoulders of the dentists due to their tireless energies in converting city councils to put fluoride in the water for "the children's teeth." They are able to do this because of large government grants. While it is irrational to believe just "anything" in the environment causes cancer, the unique character of fluoride ion in destroying enzymes deserves attention.

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