Grow Back Your Receding Gums With The Help Of These Natural Remedies








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Want to grow back your receding gums? These natural remedies will do the trick!
Gums are the soft tissue covering the tooth while keeping the root tooth root in place. Gum recession happens when the tissue around the tooth pulls back, or wears away. The tooth becomes more visible. Gaps or pockets between the teeth form. Bacteria can then develop easier. The teeth can also become more sensitive and painful the more visible they are. Damage or tooth loss may result as well.
While this is common, it is often neglected. The signs are a sensitivity, increase in teeth, size increase in teeth, and toothache pain.
It can happen from gum disease, poor oral hygiene, too aggressive brushing, periodental diseases, hormone imbalance (especially in women), smoking, and genes.
Piercing the tongue, or the lips may also lead to receding gums. Clenching and grinding of teeth is another cause. Aggressive biting while eating is another cause.
So what can be done?
Early on tooth scaling or root planing may be an option as your dentist will eliminate the calculus, while cleaning the underneath gum line area.
Surgery is another option if not caught early.
But there are actual natural methods you can employ as well. Contact your dentist in cases of severe gum infection before going the natural route.
Here are some effective natural remedies:
Green tea
All around green tea has major benefits. It’s a strong source of antioxidants that get rid of free radicals that can cause a periodontal disease.
Greet tea contains catechins which is a potent antioxidant that treats any periodontal disease. It strengthens up the connection between gums and teeth. It reduces gum swelling as it has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Drink a cup of tea in the morning on a regular basis.
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Aloe Vera
Usually you think of this as related to skin care, but it has repairing and anti-inflammatory abilities, and antibacterial properties which are important in this matter. It can treat inflammation while repairing the tissue and then preventing infections.
You can use this as a mouthwash. Just mix with water, and gargle after brushing. Apply aloe vera gel after flossing and brushing, by brushing your teeth once more with it for 3-5 minutes, then rinse.
Oil pulling
Perhaps the best remedy for this matter. While effective at healing cavities, it is beneficial for preventing oral diseases as it provides strong anti- inflammatory effects.
It also eliminates the toxins and plaque deposits.
Sesame oil in particular creates a protective layer over the teeth. This prevents an accumulation of plaque.
Warm it, but not too hot. Rinse with it after brushing for 30 seconds to a minute. Eventually get to the point where you can swish it around fro 15-20 minutes.
Coconut oil also works great. It alleviates bacterial infection, prevents tooth decay, and heals the oral cavity, helping you to grow back the receding gums.
Eucalyptus
Another multi-beneficial natural remedy. Essential oils have stronger effects than herbs as it fights bacteria and germs and infections in the mouth.
It reduces gum swellings because it has powerful anti- inflammatory properties.
Dilute with water when you use it as it is very strong. 1 or 2 tablespoons of water with 1 or 2 drops of eucalyptus essential oil. Soak your brush in the oil and then apply to the gums, then gently massage for treatment and prevention of receding gums.
Myrrh
The resin from the Myrrh tree is the key here. It’s very effective for curing mouth diseases as well as gum issues. It ends gum recession and prevents further damage to be done.
Crush the resin to make a powder, or there are already powered myrrh you can use. Mix with water and make a paste to apply to the gums, then massage for several minutes.
Clove oil
Toothaches have been treated with clove oil, as it fights the various germs, bacteria and diseases that are housed in the mouth. Alleviates swelling and has miraculous anti-inflammatory properties as well when used after meals. Get’s rid of bad breath too!
Take 1-2 clove oil drops and massage the gums with it. Do this 3 times a day.
For blood clot treatment, contact your doctor regarding the use of clove oil.
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Prevention:
Regular oral hygiene.
Don’t brush teeth aggressively.
Don’t push the gums while brushing. Go along the gum line.
Use gentle brush strokes in circular motion.
Use soft bristles with a small head.
Use dental floss after each meal.
If unable to floss after a meal, use mouthwash.
Mouthwash
Regularly using mouthwash can prevent germs and bacteria. Use it at the start and at the end of each day. You can make your own mouthwash using essential oils.
Here’s how:
Mix 1 to 2 drops of essential oil (clove, tea tree, sage oil, or peppermint oil) with tea and ¼ to ½ cups of water.
Use regularly.
Diluted hydrogen peroxide works to fight infections as well.
Water
Swish around water in your mouth after meals. Spit or swallow after.
A healthy diet
A nutrient rich diet is vital for overall health as it boosts immunity, instead of promoting mouth bacteria as unhealthy junk food will do.
Reduce carbonated drinks and sugar. They speed up bacteria development. Avoid caffeine, processed foods, alcohol, white flour foods. They can have bad effects on oral health.
Eat veggies and fruits full of vitamin C. This is vital for gums and can prevent inflammations while promoting gum regeneration. Eat broccoli, pineapples, asparagus, oranges, strawberries.
When you use supplements, contact your doctor.
Bad food leads to bad gums. Plus other oral health issues. Eat foods rich in vitamins and nutrients. Here are supplements which can also help for receding gums:
Vitamin C: strengthens immune system and has strong anti-inflammatory properties.
Ginkgo biloba: enhances the blood circulation, which is important for healthy gums.
Calcium: important for dental and bone health.
Zinc: boosts the immune system and fights various kinds of bacteria which would otherwise lead to oral diseases and infections.
Coenzyme Q10: helps to grow back receding gums and renews your cells.
Source/Reference: www.healthyandnaturallife.com
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