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How to Stop Receding Gums

Updated on September 12, 2014

How to Stop Receding Gums

Discover a Natural Secret that thousands have used to Reverse Receding Gums, Chronic Gum Disease, Periodontal Disease and Pockets. You will be amazed when you learn how you can actually reverse a receding gum line.

Discover the Shocking Truth About Gum Disease

Find out why gingival recession, gum infection, bleeding gums, chronic bad breath, and loose teeth are a sign of a greater danger. Learn what you must do in order to halt and even reverse the process of gum disease. It is possible, but you MUST do one thing or fail.

Discover more about gum recession and a natural periodontal disease treatment.

How to Reverse Receding Gums

Natural Treatment for Gum Disease, Receding Gums, and Periodontal Disease

Warning Signs that you have Serious Gum Disease Problem:

1. Tender or swollen gums (Gum infection)

2. Bleeding gums

3. Receding Gums (Gum erosion)

4. Chronic bad breath (halitosis)

5. Loose (Tooth Loss)

6. Toothaches

7. Teeth fit together unevenly when you bite

8. Partial dentures fit abnormally

If you have any of the above symptoms, you could be at any stage of gum disease (periodontal disease). If you do nothing, it could result in unwanted tooth loss and painful gum or dental surgery. It could also affect other parts of your body such as your heart.

What's the Root Cause Gum Disease?

-- It's Bacteria!

In order to avoid gum surgery or other expensive gum disease treatment, you must deal with the root cause of periodontal gum disease...

The root cause of periodontal gum disease are 22 common bacteria that reside in the crevices of your gums. That's right! Deal with the bacteria and you help turn the tide of the battle against gum disease.

The bacteria produce a flesh-eating toxin that literally eats away at your gum line. The only way to reverse this process is to constantly kill the bacteria, thus giving your body a chance to naturally regenerate gum tissue at a rate faster than the bacteria is eating it away. If left unchecked the bacteria can get down into your jawbone structure, and even into the blood stream.

Dangers of Periodontal Disease

It is not something you should put off

There are several studies showing how the risk of bad oral health can compromise your overall health. Part of the reason for this is because your gums and teeth, if compromised, give bacteria direct access to your blood stream. Your heart, system infections and other issues can be complicated.

If you want to save your teeth, then you need strong gums. Yes, you need to make sure that your ligaments are healthy and do not have serious infection. Make sure you take action.

Follow a Healthy Oral Hygiene Plan:

- Brush your teeth daily

- Floss

- Live and eat healthily

- See your dentist regularly

- Use a product that kills bacteria

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Look for a Natural Treatment

Beware of chemical ingredients

Most commercial toothpastes and mouthwashes actually do more harm than good. They are filled with harsh chemicals that harm the gums. In addition, many people damage their receding gum line by brushing too hard. At the the end of the day the bacteria are still present in those hard-to-reach places and continue to do their damage.

There are botanical ingredients available that effectively kill the bacteria in those hard-to-reach areas. For example, pure essential botanical oils of spearmint, peppermint, and almond, remain in the gum crevices and are not washed away. They keep on working to protect your gums.

You want to look for a product that is safe, all-natural, and replaces toothpaste, mouthwash, and breath fresheners. It should come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Discover how to reverse receding gums.


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    • myremedy profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago

      @24hourdentist: Thanks for the information. Great news you mentioned about dental implants. Thanks again!

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      5 years ago

      Nice lens! People who expect to get a dental implant in the near future should bear in mind that some ceramic implants actually promote the growth of gum tissue! Ask your dentist about it.

    • myremedy profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago

      @chrisqw: You are welcome!

    • chrisqw profile image


      6 years ago

      Useful lens. thank you!

    • e-xplorations profile image


      7 years ago

      Nice lens.... very informational. Thanks for sharing some information about gum diseases


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