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Getting Rid of Gum Disease


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Getting Rid of Gum Disease

Several years ago, I scheduled an appointment with my husband’s dentist. During my visit, I was shocked to learn I was suffering from gum disease. I discovered my gum disorder was caused from not seeing a dentist in more than five years or flossing my teeth daily. To treat my gum disease, the dentist prescribed a medicated mouthwash for me to use twice each day. I also had to undergo multiple, professional cleanings at the dentist’s office. I began flossing every day too. In a few, short months, my gum disease was completely cured. On this blog, I hope you will discover smart, simple tips to help you keep your teeth and gums healthy for life. Enjoy!

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You have likely heard of gingivitis. It displays itself as gum inflammation. During the early stages, individuals may notice that their gums bleed when they brush their teeth. Do not make the mistake and assume that you will see a significant amount of bleeding if you have gingivitis. You might only see traces of blood, and they could appear as pinkish stains in your toothpaste when you spit it out. Some individuals may notice bleeding gums when they are not performing their dental care. Read More