Do Your Gums Repair Themselves – What Causes Receding Gums and How to Treat Them
Do your gums repair themselves? If they don’t, here are all the things you need to know about the disease and how to treat it.
Gums Repair Themselves: What Are They Actually?
Gums are there to protect your teeth. There are two ways that commonly used by the gums to protect the teeth. The first way is connecting your teeth to the bone by using the attached gingiva. Meanwhile, the second way is by suing unattached gingiva or sometimes called as gingival mucosa to protect the inner part of your gums and cheeks.
Gums Repair Themselves – Receding gums
Receding gums occurs when gingival margin (gum tissue that surrounds your teeth) has pulled away from the teeth. As result, the roots of your teeth will be exposed and lead you to experience tooth loss. The receding gums occurred should not be ignored since they support the teeth. But, do your gums repair themselves? Unfortunately, the answer is “no.” This is because once your gums are pulled back and your teeth lose their support, there will be no way for the gums to grow back. In other words, the condition will last for good.
What Causes Gums Repair Themselves?
There are many factors that contribute to the occurrence of receding gums and some of them are:
- Gum Disease
One of the factors is gum disease which is caused by infection of bacteria and create destruction, redness, and inflammation. If the infection is not treated well, it will cause your gums to recede.
- Tobacco Use
If you are smoking, it will be very hard for your gums to manage gum recession. As result, your gums will lose their attachment and receding will occur.
- Abrasive Toothbrushing
If you brush your teeth aggressively, it will cause traumatic issues for your gums. Make sure to use soft–bristled toothbrush and brush your teeth gently to avoid any gum recession.
How to Treat Gums Repair Themselves
Since receding gums cannot heal by themselves, treatment options are needed to treat them. One of the most common methods used to treat receding gums is gum graft. The treatment is meant to replace the lost gum tissues through surgery. The surgical procedure will require your dentist to take gum tissue from a certain area in your mouth to replace the lost ones.
However, if the receding gums are just showing early signs, your dentist might not recommend you to do the surgical procedure. Instead of recommending surgery, your dentist will eliminate debris and bacteria from your gums before their tissues are attached. For further information of receding gums, you can visit dentalpro7.com. Do Your Gums Repair Themselves?
What Are The Ingredients? (Dental Pro 7)
Dental Pro 7 is paraben free, it contains no preservatives, no artificial chemicals, no colors, no animal products, no fillers, no SLS, no perfumes and no fluoride, it contains just ‘100% pure’ natural ingredients:
11 Safe, Effective, All natural Ingredients:
A Wild Mediterranean plant with bright yellow petals, Used by the ancient Greeks for its excellent healing attributes
Modern science* has not only shown it to be a good at killing bacteria, but it’s also got cell regenerating and anti-inflammatory properties…
…making it’s unique ‘triple action’ one of the most important ingredients in Dental Pro 7
Leptospermum scoparium (Manuka)
We get our Manuka from The East Cape region of New Zealand (which has been confirmed as having the highest antibacterial activity).
It has been proven in studies* to be excellent at killing the bacteria that attack the teeth and gum tissue
There is also evidence indicating that it is up to 20 times more potent than Australian tea tree at killing pathogens, germs and bacteria
Commiphora myrrha (Myrrh)
We use Indian Myrrh oil extracted from the resin of the Commiphora myrrha tree
Indian Myrrh is high in Flavonoids which can help to assist in inflammation reduction* and naturally support the body’s own immune system
Punica granatum (Pomegranate) seed
This luxury ‘cold pressed’ Pomegranate seed oil from India is a powerhouse of antioxidants, vitamins and Omega 5 fatty acids
New research* has shown pomegranate to have a potent regenerating and healing effect on the bodies soft tissues so may dramatically aid in the healing of damaged, inflamed, receding or bleeding gums
Another study* indicates that it also helps to fight Dental Plaque and kills microorganisms that can lead to cavities and gum disease
Mentha Arvensis (Cornmint)
Cornmint or Japanese Peppermint is a plant with hairy leaves and spiked purple flowers
Adds a pleasant minty taste to the product and helps kill oral bacteria
Eugenia caryophyllus (Clovebud)
Our Indian Clove oil is extracted from the buds of the Syzgium aromaticum tree. Clove is a very powerful herb indeed, it has great antiseptic properties, numbs pain due its eugenol content and has the highest anti-oxidant rating* of any natural plant extract in the world
Mentha Spicata (Spearmint) leaf
Spearmint gives the product a sweet minty taste. It also helps to whiten teeth and sooth sore gums
Alpha tocopherol (Natural Vitamin E)
Vitamin E is a natural antioxidant that helps to protect the cells and membranes from environmental damage. It also prolongs the shelf life of Dental Pro 7 to several years
Thymus Vulgaris (White Thyme)
We get our white thyme extract from Hungary. Thyme is one of the most powerful antiseptic plants in the world and when used in the correct dosage can provide outstanding protection against plaque bacteria, yeast, mould, viruses and germs*
Mentha piperita (Peppermint) leaf
Peppermint gives Dental Pro 7 its sharp menthol kick. Gives you fresh smelling breath and is an excellent anti-bacterial agent*
Vitis Vinifera (Grapeseed)
We use grapeseed to ‘carry’ all the ingredients into the gum tissue, Its a very light, fast penetrating lipid containing vitamins, omega 6 fatty acids and has good astringent qualities
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