Grow Back Your Receding Gums Fast By Only Using These Natural Homemade Remedies


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What bothers the dentist mostly is the problem with the ‘receding gums’. No matter how irrelevant this problem might seem, receding gums can cause unbearable pain. In fact, they can withdraw and make gaps between the gums and teeth, filled with bacteria. This stage can later lead to teeth loss.

What bothers the dentist mostly is the problem with the ‘receding gums’. No matter how irrelevant this problem might seem, receding gums can cause unbearable pain. In fact, they can withdraw and make gaps between the gums and teeth, filled with bacteria. This stage can later lead to teeth loss.

Common symptoms

Receding gums is a rather common condition, but the issue is oftentimes neglected or treated improperly, mostly due to the fact that the recession develops quite slowly. Carefully check your teeth to see if there is any initial symptom. Prevention and proper treatment are always better than treating the issue once it reaches a lot severe stage.

Here are some of the symptoms you should be aware of:

  • Toothache
  • Larger or longer looking teeth
  • Higher sensitivity

What causes receding gums?

It can be caused by a gum disease but there are other reasons as well:

1. Periodontal diseases: That means bacterial infection in the gums. They cause damage to the supporting bone of the tooth and the gums, followed by other problems.

2. Lack of oral hygiene: If you don’t brush your teeth regularly, plaque and tartar buildup will get between your teeth. That can lead to calculus which is a hard substance which can lead to gum recession.

3. Aggressive brushing: It will not make your teeth any brighter or cleaner. Hard pressure on your teeth damages tooth enamel, and the only thing you will get at the end is receding gums. Yes, you may want to brush your teeth a little gentler.

4. You can blame the genes: If that is your case, you cannot do much to ease your situation, but general awareness will sure be of some help.

5. Smoking: Smoking is linked with many other diseases as lung disease and cancer, but it can also cause receding gums. Smokers can get a sticky plaque on their teeth more easily which causes receding gums.

6. Hormone imbalance can cause receding gums. This is a big problem, especially in women. Hormonal imbalance leads to more sensitive gums.

7. Clenching and grinding your teeth will put pressure on them and this can cause receding gums. Using force to take bits while you eat may also cause the same problem.

8. This is a weird reason, but piercing your tongue or lips can also lead to the same problem.

How to treat receding gums

As soon as you notice even the tiniest gap between the gums and teeth, visit your dentist immediately. You will need to undergo a tooth scaling, a treatment that consists of plaque and tartar removal from the area between and beyond the gum line. If it’s more severe, you will have to do a gum surgery in order to have the soft tissue grafted a little bit.

In case your situation is not that severe, you can get rid of receding gums by natural homemade therapies and remedies. If applied properly, these therapies and remedies can do wonders.

Green tea

Green tea contains numerous healing characteristics. It’s rich in antioxidants that fight against the free radicals and prevent from a lot of ailments. It has a high content of catechins, which are potent antioxidants that eliminate periodontal diseases and tighten the bond between the gums and teeth and gums. Green tea reduces swelling and inflammation, as well.

How to use it:

Every morning drink 1 cup of green tea.

Aloe vera

Aloe Vera is a well-known and extremely beneficial herb. It is especially used for skin care. This is because it contains numerous anti-inflammatory and repairing properties. If you have receding gums, Aloe Vera will help you in the fight against inflammation and will repair the tissue. It will also prevent other infections as it has antibacterial properties.

How to use it:

Use the gel from aloe vera for your gums problem. There are 2 ways. The first one is to use aloe vera gel as a mouthwash and for brushing.

Once you have flossed and brushed, put some aloe vera gel and once again brush the gums and teeth. This should last around 3 to 5 minutes. Then rinse your mouth thoroughly.

The other way is to use it as a mouthwash. Once again after you brush your teeth take a little bit of aloe vera gel and dissolve it in some water. The consistency should be good enough for you so you can swirl it around your mouth. Do this every day after brushing.

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