What is Gingivitis?
It’s an oral infection, a very common, mild form of gum (periodontal) disease that causes irritation, redness and swelling (inflammation) of your gums.
What to do to cure it?
First of all you should do teeth-brushing 3 times a day.
Gargling with warm saltwater or an antibacterial mouthwash helps to reduce the swelling.
Using Waterpik Water Flosser also helps. Do not forget Water jet is clinically proven to be up to 93-percent more effective than flossing.
Adding baking soda on your top of your toothpaste kills bacterias.
Gingivitis usually starts between the teeth, where your toothbrush is less effective at cleaning away bacteria. That’s why daily flossing is important, if you can not do flossing, using a waterpik device will be an effective alternative.
Using a mouthwash also prevents bad breath smell.
Use lukewarm water and add a little bit of salt and gargle three times a day.
Taking vitamins daily fights back with gum diseases.
Taking daily CoQ10 is a big plus, if you want to heal your periodontal disease.
What can be used instead of a Mouthwash product?
You can rinse your mouth with saline (salty water)
Or you can buy 3% solution of hydrogen peroxide and mix it with an equal part of water and rinse your mouth for half a minute and spit it out. Take ½ teaspoon peroxide powder and mix it with ½ cup of water and rinse your mouth with it.
Use baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) on top of your tooth brush. Make your toothbrush very wet and dip into baking soda, brush the base of your gums.
You can use a natural remedy Myrrh. Myrrh essential oil soothes inflammations of the mouth and throat; it is a great remedy for gingivitis.
Salt also has a healing effect on the entire the mouth when it is used as a dentifrice. In fact, salt and baking powder combined is an old-fashioned tooth powder. A warm salt water rinse is healing to the gums, teeth and throat.