How Do You Stop Gingivitis
Dr. Mital John • onHealth & Beauty 8 years ago • 3 min read

Painful inflammation of the gums is a clear sign that something with your health is wrong. Do you know what can cause this problem and how to relieve natural resources?

Causes may be very varied, ranging from colds, infections through to dental disease. When inflammation of the lining of the mouth, should proceed to the use of mash and decoctions. Very effective in the treatment of helpers are chamomile flowers, sage leaf, leafy stems, leaf blueberry and marshmallow root.


Typical symptoms of gingivitis are red, swollen gums tender, which could bleed on brushing. Another sign is receding gums, which are moving away from the teeth. Teeth as unusually elongated. Gingivitis arises pockets, a haven for food residues that form between teeth and gums. Even in the early stages, some people have recurring bad breath or a permanent foul taste in the mouth.

Gingivitis can be arrested with proper oral hygiene. This means cleaning to remove accumulated plaque and tartar that only a dentist can do. At home one must floss, preferably after every meal and brush twice a day. Avoid tobacco and eat nutritious meals. Regular dental examinations are essential.

When to see a doctor

• do not take lightly signs of gingivitis - otherwise you risk serious illness of tissue around the teeth and the next stage of tooth loss. • The most serious signs of gingivitis - if you suffer from, as soon as possible to subscribe to the dentist:

  • Unpleasantly odorous breath, which does not disappear after 24 hours
  • You feel that you lengthen teeth
  • When closing the mouth feel different levels of tooth position
  • Between the teeth and gums are called. pus pockets
  • Teeth will move or fall out

• Dental locate even when you are bleeding when brushing your gums, if you were or become swollen, and despite a thorough oral care.

The first and most important obstacle to the formation of plaque and gingivitis is the result of good oral hygiene. Dentists recommend that teeth flossed daily, or even after each meal, to remove residual food residues then brushed. This means that cleaning one's teeth twice daily, or at least once. Plaque begins to digest after 24 hours.

Fluoride is one of the most important ingredients in most toothpaste. It is believed that fluoride helps to:

  • Makes teeth resistant to decay.
  • Inhibits the ability of oral bacteria produce acid-reactive.
  • Promotes re-mineralization of teeth.

Moreover, most toothpaste contains minute amounts as dental abrasive polishing agents. While abrasive reduces the time required to remove the plaque in half, it also causes a small amount of erosion of tooth enamel. The toothpaste helps to some extent, control and removal of plaque, but it is reversible brushing action that is most effective.

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