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How to Cure Receding Gums Without Costly Dental Surgery

Updated on April 5, 2011

How to Cure Receding Gums – You Can Do It At Home

You ask how to cure receding gums but before you sign up for expensive and painful dental treatments - there are some things you should know.

Dentists are unable to actually cure your receding gums - they can only patch the damage.

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 If you want to avoid antibiotics, drugs and expensive, painful dental visits by using a 100% natural home remedy that's guaranteed (for a whole year) to fix your receding gums  (if caused by gum disease) - then follow the link to this specialist gum website for top gum advice and all the details of how to finally say "goodbye" to gum problems and bad breath - Click here > > > Receding Gums Remedy

If you use a natural bacteria inhibitor - like I did - your gums can regrow by themselves over time. Just like a cut finger will regrow new skin if kept clear of germs and bacteria - so will gums when gum disease is reversed.

Because your dentist is unable to offer you a continuous bacteria-free mouth - his/her solutions are all based around painful deep cleaning and gum reconstruction - which most people would avoid if they could.

How to Cure Receding Gums Yourself at Home

Receding gums are most frequently caused by gum disease which surprisingly affects 75% of all adults worldwide.

Gum disease can take many years to produce symptoms and is often quietly working away over the years causing unseen damage to bone and gum tissue.

As gum disease is caused by the harmful bacteria that lives in every human mouth – there is little a dentist can do to permanently solve the problem.

Painful and costly gum surgery can only patch the problem and the gum disease is still there causing more damage which will ultimately mean more pain and more treatment in the future.

The permanent answer is to destroy the bacteria and then use a powerful natural solution daily to control the bacteria in your mouth.

When this is in place – your gums can miraculously heal themselves over a period of weeks or months. Remember - receding gums take some time to develop and will take a while to halt and reverse any damage.

This proces works similar to – but slower than - a cut finger which naturally heals over when kept clean and germ free.

Many people have avoided gum surgery by defeating the underlying gum disease using a completely natural product wgich has some amazingly fast results.

I cured all my gum disease problems and now have healthy pink gums again.

To get more information on this natural home cure that has worked for thousands of people (you will see many customer testimonials) click on this link > > > Stop Receding Gums

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