National Geographic : 1927 May
Pyorrhea's grim record is 4 out of 5 Too often the pursuit of pleasure and wealth gives way to a heart breaking struggle for health. It is the price of neglect. And 4 out of 5 after forty (thousands younger) pay this toll. They sacrifice health to the enemy-Pyorrhea. Stealthy in its attack and ruthless, Pyorrhea poison always wins if let alone. Forming at the base of teeth it seeps through the system. Health is ravaged. And very often it causes such troubles as rheumatism, neuri tis, anemia, facial disfigurement and nervousness. At such uneven odds, never pit health against this foe. Provide pro tection. See your dentist at least twice each year. And start using Forhan's for the Gums, daily. If used regularly and in time, For- han's for the Gums, the formula of R.J. Forhan, D.D. S., for many years a Pyorrhea specialist, helps to ward off Pyorrhea or to check its course. It firms gums and keeps them healthy. It protects teeth against acids which cause decay and keeps them snowy white. As a simple preventive measure that pays dividends in good health use Forhan's for the Gums, regular ly, morning and night. At all drug gists, in tubes, 35c and 6oc. Formula of R. J. Forhan, D. D. S. Forhan Company, New York ForTE Ga FOR THE GUMS This Habit Pays Dividends Of those you see in a dentist's wait ing room only a very few are there of their own accord. The others are seeking relief from pain. As a simple health measure, let your dentist prevent trouble. See him every six months.