Maintaining oral hygiene is extremely important. So, here are some ways to ensure your gum’s wellness:
Coconut or olive or sesame oil swishing in the mouth for 15 minutes without brushing your teeth right after you wake up in the morning prevents plaque build-up, gingivitis and lets you enjoy great gum health.
Neem trees are a blessing abounding in nature’s goodness. Anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic neem has been proven to be excellent to strengthen gums, prevent bleeding, form plaque, inhibit gingivitis, and improve tooth enamel.
Opt for toothpaste that has the essential tea tree oil in it. It is excellent to treat gingivitis. Just remember to not use this oil directly in undiluted form.
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Ensure your toothpaste has fluoride and a stamp of ADA acceptance in it. This ingredient is highly effective in preventing bad breath, gingivitis.
It has been found that the use can cure periodontitis-related inflammation of cranberries. They are good to keep the bacteria away from sticking to the teeth.
Vitamin C is found in grapefruit, oranges, kiwi, mango, papaya, strawberry, red pepper, broccoli, brussels sprouts, and a significant cantaloupe role in gum health. You get the chances of periodontal disease reduced with vitamin C.