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Oram Plus Set to Take the Pain out of Gum Disease and Cavities, Naturally
Date:3/9/2010

Natural treatments have become extremely popular in recent years as people seek pain-relief that doesn't come in traditional drug-form. With the launch of Oram Plus, developer Daniel Sanderson aims to deliver what people are looking for: natural pain-relief.

(PRWEB) March 9, 2010 -- Daniel Sanderson has done it again with the development of his new gum disease treatment, Oram Plus.

Known for his popular natural products, Sanderson's research and development company continues to develop treatments that will assist those experiencing symptoms such as gum disease, cavities and bad breath.

For gum disease sufferers, seeking an all-natural treatment that requires little-to-no application time, Oram Plus may be the right choice.

Oram Plus is designed to tackle gum, tooth and breath problems. Too often, these three issues are dealt with separately using a cocktail of drugs. Removing the need for multiple doses of drugs, the sufferer can relieve pain without potential side effects.

Sanderson points out that pharmaceutical drugs can work to relieve the pain of gum disease. However, the move towards natural treatments has seen orders for his Oram Plus treatment spike.

Sanderson says, "People often choose pharmaceuticals first, because they trust that pharmacy medicine will relieve pain. Now, with an all-natural treatment that's cost-effective, it makes sense to try Oram Plus first."

Customers can begin using Oram Plus immediately with the daily routine taking less than four minutes.

Sanderson has clinical references and further information available on his site.

References
http://oramplus.net
http://oramplus.org

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