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inflammation of the gums

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But while there is some evidence that such mouthwashes can reduce plaque and gum inflammation, Richards says: "If you're brushing your teeth twice or three times a day with a fluoride toothpaste, the additional benefit you will get isn't likely to be huge.
There's a lot of circumstantial evidence that inflammation raises your risk of cognitive decline and it could be that gum inflammation is one of the sources.
When given over a period of time, as was common practice, calomel would cause excessive salivation, gum inflammation and various neurological symptoms.
The toothpaste contains stannous fluoride which strengthens the enamel, in addition to reducing gum inflammation and tooth sensitivity.
Over 70 prominent dentists took part in a professional dental conference in Dubai aimed at sharing new ways of improving oral hygiene and prevention of teeth cavities/ gum inflammation as well as other serious oral diseases.
Gum inflammation also correlates with elevated levels of C-reactive protein, which increases your risk to all the above diseases and complications.
The worry is that excessive levels of hydrogen peroxide can damage tooth enamel and cause gum inflammation or even burning.
The Ayurvedic formula features astringent, antiseptic and purifying properties that help prevent plaque, cavities and gum inflammation, while cleansing the teeth and freshening the breath.
Diabetes--Dry mouth, distinctive breath odor, burning tongue, persistent gum inflammation, periodontal disease, tooth decay
Co-enzyme Q10 has been shown to help reduce gum inflammation and repair damaged gum tissue, while chlorophyll has traditionally been used to deodorize breath.
A: A small amount of gum inflammation is actually normal.
Its appearance also can resemble the gum inflammation caused by leukemia, Ciancio warned.
Dentists usually diagnose the disease by the presence of loose teeth and gum inflammation or the formation of pockets between the teeth and gums.