The Better Business Bureau does not endorse dentition. It is a product that has been in the news for all of its negative aspects, and I can see why. When I had an appointment with my dentist’s, the receptionist put me on the phone to speak with someone else from the company, and she informed me that we could not use dentition due to the serious side effects that could arise dentitox. This caused me to start having second thoughts about the treatment I was about to have, as well as the treatment of my cavities.
Bureau Doesn’t Recommend Dentitox
I decided to go ahead with this treatment anyway, as it was recommended by my dentist. What I didn’t realize was that my dentist had never heard of dentition, and when I mentioned it during our initial appointment, he simply told me that there were other dental practices that used the same pharmaceuticals that he did. So, I asked him if he thought dentition was dangerous. He said that if I ever stopped taking the pills, then my mouth would begin to hurt.
The Better Business Bureau does not endorse dentition, and they listed the product as “generally dangerous.” They also listed a number of different side effects that could occur from taking the pills. These side effects include feeling dizzy, lethargic, depressed, and even more dangerous, heart-related problems.
If you or someone you know has experienced any of these symptoms after using dentition, then I urge you to immediately stop taking the pills and contact your dentist immediately. The sooner you get to the hospital, the sooner you will be able to return to work. Dentists do not recommend that patients use dentition, and the Better Business Bureau’s website lists dentists who do not prescribe or offer the product.