WHAT IS GBT?
FIND YOUR NEAREST GBT PRACTICE
% prefer GBT over other methods
% found GBT pleasent
% would recommend GBT
A truly painless and pleasant treatment, and great tips on how to perfectly care for my teeth at home.
30 years of fear and anesthesia with each treatment! Today, it’s hard to believe but I love having my teeth cleaned! My teeth and gums are in great shape. I love it!PETER. S. A PERIODONTITIS PATIENT AGE 76, GERMANY
GBT is cool, super cool.MORRIS M. AGE 9, GERMANY
I discovered GBT a year and a half ago and have been a fan ever since. The treatment is effective and gentle, the use of warm water makes it very comfortable. The result is exceptional.
It almost felt as if she never touched my teeth. I didn’t feel a thing.CHARLOTTE H. AGE 30, UNITED KINGDOM
As expected, GBT turned out to be extremely comfortable. Not surprisingly, my entire family also switched to a GBT practice.ARIANE B. AGE 54, GERMANY
GBT is perfect. A very gentle and precise treatment. The warm water is a real plus for my sensitive teeth.JULIA D. AGE 35, SWITZERLAND
My GBT treatment was absolutely painless and comfortable: no cold water, no painful scraping and no more unpleasant polishing paste.
MAKE ME SMILE
Professional tooth cleaning is necessary to deliver a beautiful smile and to maintain healthy teeth. It removes harmful plaque (called biofilm) on teeth and gums. It is the only way to prevent gum disease (periodontitis) and tooth decay (caries), both identified as common diseases by the WHO*.
*WHO: World Health Organization
WHAT CONSUMERS SAID
A study* conducted by Germany’s Stiftung Warentest (a consumer advocacy foundation) revealed significant shortcomings in conventional professional tooth cleaning. The old method using brushes, “polishing paste” and handheld instruments only removes 50% of biofilm in areas that are difficult to reach. Removing no more than half of the biofilm is simply unacceptable because the infection continues to progress. Also, the lack of a common clinical protocol contributed to major differences in terms of final results. Finally, patients seldom received follow-up instructions for proper oral hygiene care at home.*July 2015
It was about time that Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) was developed to replace the old methods of the ‘60s
THE 8 STEPS OF THE GBT PROTOCOL JAPANESE:
CLEAN TEETH, HEALTHY BODY
- Caries, bad breath, tooth loss, implant loss
- Gingivitis = gum bleeding
- Periodontal disease = gum infections, receding gums
- Studies show that biofilm increases the risk of Alzheimer’s, cardiovascular disease, premature birth, respiratory disorders, diabetes and more...
NO MORE FEAR, NO MORE PAIN
A visit to the dentist is often still associated with pain and a lot of fear. This is also true with professional tooth cleaning. Unfortunately, this old fashion method has not changed much since 1960. Most practitioners continue to use sharp instruments to scrape deep below the gumline on the roots of teeth. Also abrasive “polishing paste” is not needed anymore, thus preventing loss of tooth structure.