home remedies for gum disease
Managing advanced gum disease is all about daily plaque control - essentially sound . That means, in most cases, stopping the plaque in your mouth is really in your own hands. Brush every day. Floss every day. Period. Your dentist or oral hygienist may recommend fluoride toothpaste or tartar reduction rinses. Colgate Total is approved by the FDA for helping to prevent advanced gum by reducing plaque and tartar. Dental professionals recommend oral irrigation as a great way to really clean teeth and gums. Oral irrigators get what tooth brushes and floss don't, so plaque and tartar and the resulting advanced gum disease never come back. Oral irrigators flood the mouth with a jet of water under pressure to flush offending food particles and bacteria from the mouth. From under the gum line where the infection is. It is just like a wound on your arm - you must keep it clean for it to heal. And now there's fresh evidence that advanced gum disease responds well to oral irrigators.
Make a rinse with one ounce of hydrogen peroxide and one ounce of warm . Swish the liquid around in your for 15 to 20 seconds and then spit it out. The mixture will penetrate deep into infected areas destroying many germs and bringing much needed oxygen to the damaged cells.